End of an Era: Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma Retire from T20 Internationals After World Cup Triumph

Indian cricket has witnessed a significant event following the T20 World Cup 2024, as both Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, two iconic players, have announced their retirement from T20 Internationals. After leading the team to victory in the T20 World Cup, Sharma and Kohli decided to step down from the shortest format of the game. Kohli, who played 125 T20I matches and amassed 4,188 runs at an average of 48.69, expressed that it was time for the next generation to take over. This decision comes after Kohli's crucial knock of 76 runs in the final against South Africa, where he was awarded the Player of the Match. Similarly, Sharma, who accumulated 4,231 runs in 159 outings, also confirmed his retirement, expressing his love for the format and his desire to win the World Cup. The retirement announcement marks the end of an era for Indian T20 cricket and paves the way for a new generation of players to carry the torch forward.

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