K Srikkanth says Hardik Pandya should be the captain of the 2024 T20 World Cup . Former India captain Rohit Sharmas was in charge of the team in 2022 .
With India failing to win yet another ICC title, views are spreading from left, right, and centre, and many have begun debating who should lead the team in the 2024 T20 World Cup.Team India reached the semi-finals of the 2022 T20 World Cup under Rohit Sharma's leadership, but they lost the tournament in the penultimate round against England.Former India opening batter K Srikkanth has now stated that Hardik Pandya should lead the team in the 2024 World Cup, which is set to take place in the West Indies and the United States.I'd say that right away, I'd say that I would captain the 2024 World Cup.Start rebuilding a side right now, starting with the New Zealand series, which will take place in a week.So, you do whatever you want, the trial-and-error approach, try it for a year, then form a squad, and ensure that this level reaches the level required for the World Cup by 2023.And as both Bish and Irfan mentioned, you need more all-rounders with quick-ball skills.Let us look back at 1983 World Cup, 2011 World Cup, and 2007 T20 World Cup winners.Why did we win? There will be so many Hoodas in the squad, according to former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan.Irfan Pathan said that changing the captain does not mean changing the result.You must also understand, and we all must understand, that Hardik Pandya is a fast-bowling all-rounder.He also has injuries.What if Hardik Pandya is your captain who is injured right before the World Cup? I personally think he's a hero who has excelled in the Gujarat Titians, won the IPL and the championship trophy.To make a mark, you must find not one, but two leaders.You know that just as we talk about openers, we need a group of openers and a team of mentors, he said.India will next play New Zealand in three T20Is and as many ODIs.Hardik Pandya would be the captain in the most recent format, while Shikhar Dhawan, a veteran pro, would do the captaincy cape in ODIs.