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We have tremendous players in this team who can take away World Cups, says Sourav Ganguly about team India

July 12, 2020

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India was near the precarious edge of lifting the 2019 World Cup a year ago however the triumphant run of the Virat Kohli drove side was stopped by New Zealand in the semi-last. India, who paraded a predominant showcase in the gathering stages, bowed down against Kiwis while pursuing an unassuming objective of 240 runs.

The Men dressed in Blue endured a batting breakdown as India were immediately decreased to 5 for 3, 24 for 4, 71 for 5 and 92 for 6. A 116-run remain between MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja attempted to spare the sinking transport yet India in the long run missed the mark by an edge of 18 runs.

Thinking about India’s exhibition in the masterpiece occasion, previous Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said that World Cups are tied in with winning semi-finals and finals. As indicated by Ganguly, India has ‘huge’ players however they have to act in semi-finals and finals to secure the World Cup trophies.

Ganguly himself was likewise very nearly lifting the World Cup in 2003. Notwithstanding, India’s amazing show was sliced short to Australia in the last of the uber occasion.

“We will (win). In England, we played well, we lost the important game. The World Cups are like that. We played exceptionally well in 2003 and lost the final. That’s what the World Cup is.

We will have a chance every time. We have tremendous players in this team who can take away World Cups. Then the World Cups are also about winning semi-finals and finals,” Sourav Ganguly said.

Ganguly revealed that he has been in constant touch with Virat Kohli and Rahul Dravid 

Ganguly likewise uncovered that he has been in steady touch with India chief Virat Kohli and NCA head Rahul Dravid to design resumption of Indian brandishing situation. Notwithstanding, the ascent in COVID-19 cases the nation over has left the players stressed. Ganguly named the current circumstance in Mumbai, where captain Kohli is presently living, as an ‘outright bad dream’.

“Yeah, I am in touch with them. I have spoken to the captain a couple of times. I am in touch with the NCA head. Players are also very worried because the numbers are so high. The captain comes from Mumbai where it’s an absolute nightmare at the moment. So it’s quite natural that he will be a little worried. All of us are,” said Ganguly.

Ganguly additionally communicated his concern with respect to the Future Tours Program (FTP). He said that even the smallest of changes would influence worldwide cricket.

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