Kohli rested for last 2 ODIs v New Zealand | Daily Cricket News

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dailies I’m Jason Dacey a top stories from the world of cricket today are Kohli rested for the last 2 ODIs against New Zealand Mohammed Shami becomes the fastest to 100 ODI wickets for India Sabbir man returns to Bangladesh is ODI squad and quentin de Kock and Dale Steyn returned for South Africa for the remainder of the ODI series against Pakistan India captain Virat Kohli will not play the last two OD eyes of the New Zealand series and the three match t20i series that follows after being rested confirms the BCCI Rohit Sharma is set to captain India in coli’s absence with no replacement being named for him the decision to rest Kohli should come as no surprise with the selectors and team management stressing on the need to manage workloads of key players to keep them fit for the World Cup which will be played in England from May 30th however the BCCI have said that Kohli would be back for the limited overs series at home against Australia in March in the first ODI vs. New Zealand Mohammed Shami became the fastest India pacer to reach 100 ODI wickets Shami achieved this feat after he removed New Zealand’s opener martin Guptill in the second over of the match Shami reached this milestone in 56 matches and overtook the likes of Irfan Pathan Sahir Khan and Ajit Agarkar overall he became the joint 6th fastest to 100 wickets along with New Zealand’s Trent Boult Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza has chosen severe Amin in the ODI squad for the tour of New Zealand after the BCB reduced his ban by one month Shabbir is one of three inclusions in the ODI squad for Bangladesh with Tuscon Ahmed returning to the ODI side after more than a year while the eighteen-year-old off-spinner Nayeem Hassan earned a maiden ODI call-up Bangladesh will face New Zealand in a three match ODI series away from home Quintin de Kock and Dale Steyn returned to South Africa squad for the three remaining ODI matches against Pakistan after being arrested for the first two matches following three tests in quick succession left arm SEMA Bolin Hendrix has also been called up to the squad and is set to make his ODI debut at South Africa continue their search for backup seamers ahead of the World Cup Dwayne Olivier Dane Patterson and Hinrich Classen are the three players to be dropped out of the squad for the remaining OD eyes don’t forget to Like share and subscribe and leave your comments in the comment section below click on the bell icon for notifications

23 thoughts on “Kohli rested for last 2 ODIs v New Zealand | Daily Cricket News

  1. What happened to shreyas iyer?why Indian selectors not selecting him to play for India …he is very talented batsman

  2. I don't have a problem with Virat or Bumarah resting from international cricket. But when we see them playing whole IPL season which ends basically few days before the WC, I have a major problem. Keeping a domestic tournament above international matches is an issue.

  3. Toh yeah behen ke lode soch rahe hai NZ bangladesh hai jo 3-0 se lead mil jayegi to baki do match kohli nahi khlega…BC gand faad degi NZ halke mein mat lo baki 5-0 ki toh baat hi alag hai

  4. Ha ha ha bcci chutiya hai… Overconfident ho gaya… Pahle SE soch liya India 1st 3 matches mein 3-0 SE lead lega..😂..isiliye last 2 matches rest de raha hain… Agar 2-1 bhi ho jaye.. To bhi decision change karna padega… Keuki without Kohli last 2 deciding match khelne ka risk nehi lega team India

  5. KING KOHLI, you are badly missed.
    Do Not take any Break,
    You Can Brake All Records.
    BCCI made idiotic decision in the Midway of the Tour. Instead they could have rested all important players in IPL, considering the importance of World cup. But they will Never do that

  6. Yes..give Kohli rest and pamper him well BCCI, give him almonds, pistachios and fruits. He need to be there in WC. But don't give rest to Rohit ! He doesn't need those fruits and veggies… Let him play, play, play.

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