Indian Board Dismisses Selection Committee Following T20 World Cup Exit

After losing to Australia in the semifinals of the Twenty20 World Cup last week, the Indian cricket body (BCCI) fired their senior selection committee on Friday.

India was eliminated from the tournament in Australia after losing to eventual champions England by a score of 10 wickets, and Rohit Sharma’s team was criticised by previous players, fans, and the local media for being “clueless” and “out of their depth.”

In order to play in the game’s shortest format, the squad required to elect a new captain, according to former head coach Ravi Shastri. But the senior selection committee, which Chetan Sharma headed, was the first to depart.

“The Board of Control for Cricket in India invites applications for the position of national selectors (senior men),” the BCCI said in a statement, adding that it was looking to fill five positions.

England won the Twenty20 title after beating Pakistan in the final.

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