There’s no denying the fact that this Indian team holds immense strength within its ranks. From batting department to bowling stocks to fielding unit, the men in blue seems to have all the angles covered as they are looking in good shape to win their 3rd 50-over World Cup title.
Like many cricket experts, these traits have also moved former England captain Michael Vaughan to shower heaps of praise on the Indian unit. The game of arch-rivals India and Pakistan spoke about the difference of quality between two sides which was highlighted by Vaughan on his Twitter handle.
The 44-year old opined that Mohammad Amir and Babar Azam are the only two cricketers from Pakistan who would make it to the Indian side, but they might not get a place in the final eleven. Moreover, the cricketer turned commentator believes that India is a team to beat as they counter all the challenges really well. While the blue team looks good to get into semis, Pakistan would need a miracle to make it to the other stage of the competition.