Year Ender 2022: These are the captains who stepped down from the responsibilities of national team captain this year.. Indian players are also in the list.. | List of International Cricketers who have quit the captaincy for their National Team in 2022

Shivalila Gopi Tulva

Shivalila Gopi Tulva |

Updated on: Dec 31, 2022 | 5:35 PM

The year 2022 saw significant changes in world cricket. Many senior star cricketers, including Kohli, have stepped down from the captaincy of their national team, shocking cricket fans.

Dec 31, 2022 | 5:35 PM

The year 2022 saw significant changes in world cricket.  Many senior star cricketers, including Kohli, have stepped down from the captaincy of their national team, shocking cricket fans.  And now let's see who is in the list of captains who have left the captaincy in 2022..

The year 2022 saw significant changes in world cricket. Many senior star cricketers, including Kohli, have stepped down from the captaincy of their national team, shocking cricket fans. And now let’s see who is in the list of captains who have left the captaincy in 2022..

Virat Kohli (India): King Kohli, who led Team India in the 2021 T20 World Cup, has stepped down from the T20 captaincy.  After that, Kohli was also removed from ODI captaincy.  Kohli, who continued only Test captaincy, shocked Indian fans by saying goodbye to Test captaincy on January 15, 2022.

Virat Kohli (India): King Kohli, who led Team India in the 2021 T20 World Cup, has stepped down from the T20 captaincy. After that, Kohli was also removed from ODI captaincy. Kohli, who continued only Test captaincy, shocked Indian fans by saying goodbye to Test captaincy on January 15, 2022.

  Kane Williamson (New Zealand): New Zealand player Kane Williamson.. is recognized as the best captain like MS Dhoni, the former captain of Team India.  But Williamson gave up the Test captaincy on 15 December, fed up with the batting failure.

Kane Williamson (New Zealand): New Zealand player Kane Williamson.. is recognized as the best captain like MS Dhoni, the former captain of Team India. But Williamson gave up the Test captaincy on 15 December, fed up with the batting failure.

Joe Root (England): Joe Root was called as a Test specialist in the England team.  However, Andre Root bid farewell to the Test captaincy on April 15 when England suffered a crushing 4-0 defeat in this year's Ashes Test series.

Joe Root (England): Joe Root was called as a Test specialist in the England team. However, Andre Root bid farewell to the Test captaincy on April 15 when England suffered a crushing 4-0 defeat in this year’s Ashes Test series.

Eoin Morgan (England): Eoin Morgan, the team captain who gave England the ODI World Cup, has been struggling with his lack of form for some time now.  Accordingly, on June 28, Morgan bid farewell to international cricket.  This also ended Morgan's whiteball cricket captaincy.

Eoin Morgan (England): Eoin Morgan, the team captain who gave England the ODI World Cup, has been struggling with his lack of form for some time now. Accordingly, on June 28, Morgan bid farewell to international cricket. This also ended Morgan’s whiteball cricket captaincy.

  Aaron Finch (Australia): Known as a destructive batsman, Australian batsman Aaron Finch announced his retirement from ODI cricket on September 10.  With this, Finch had to end his ODI captaincy.  But Finch continues to be the captain of the Aussie T20 team.

Aaron Finch (Australia): Known as a destructive batsman, Australian batsman Aaron Finch announced his retirement from ODI cricket on September 10. With this, Finch had to end his ODI captaincy. But Finch continues to be the captain of the Aussie T20 team.

Mithali Raj (India): Mithali Raj, who captained the Indian women's ODI and Test team, announced her decision to retire from international cricket on June 8 this year.  Thus, the captaincy of the Indian team rests on the shoulders of Harmanpreet Kaur.

Mithali Raj (India): Mithali Raj, who captained the Indian women’s ODI and Test team, announced her decision to retire from international cricket on June 8 this year. Thus, the captaincy of the Indian team rests on the shoulders of Harmanpreet Kaur.


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