Rohit Sharma has been given the responsibility of the captain in India's upcoming T-20 series against New Zealand. KL Rahul has been co-captain of 16-member team declared by India. The Indian Cricket Board-BCCI said the India-New Zealand series will start from November 17. India will play three Twenty20 series with New Zealand. Virat Kohli led the team in the current Twenty20 World Cup has been rested. India has departed from the Twenty20 World Cup. Keeping in the world's best T-20 League organizers in the world's best Twenty20 teams as Favorite Failed, the cuttings have started. The fate of India is determined by Super Toolov, the first two matches. The most powerful two of the groups against Pakistan and New Zealand have given advance from India's World Cup to India. New Zealand-India: Who is ahead in power? New Zealand has repeatedly thorns in the ICC competition. India from 1999 to 2021, in this 22 years, India has just been able to win only one time. Kiewirai, the last nail in the last coffin of India's World Cup Mission in the T20 World Cup in this bar. Kohli bells by winning the competition against New Zealand. In 1999, India and New Zealand were first faced in the World Cup in the World Cup. Mohammad Azharuddin, India scored 251 runs, Matt Horn's donor. Chris Cairns blamed India next year's Sourav Gangopadhyay. 113 runs 102 runs in the innings about the match almost alone. Sourav's century goes out in vain. Sourav although the rate of revelation was made in the 2003 World Cup. India stuck New Zealand for 146 runs. Rahul Dravid gets easy to win the Super 6 episode of the World Cup. But that one is once. There is no other success against New Zealand in the ICC competition. Two teams have been facing competition like Twenty20 World Cup, One Day World Cup, World Test Championship. The captain changed, the cricketer has changed, but the result remained the same. After the match, the smile in the match was seen in the mouth of the Cubes. It is to be noted that the last match of Mahendra Singh Dhoni on the International stage against the Cubes in the semi-finals of the 2019 World Cup. Dhoni announced his retirement on 15 August 2020 after playing a match after playing the match. Indian cricket has not yet received the answer to the kiwi puzzle.