The Indian cricket team has been quite unlucky in world events over the last decade or so as it has lost an alarming number of knockout games ranging from quarter-finals to finals. The recent semi final defeat in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 proved to be the continuation of that trend as the blue shirts failed to cross the line after being unbeaten throughout the tournament.
Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has urged India to learn from England as the latter made strategies and planned accordingly after their horrific World Cup campaign in 2015 but they have become the world champions 5 years later.
“I'm opposed to too many players being moved around. I'm for stability, not a stop-start type of environment. We haven't won a global tournament since the 2013 Champions Trophy. We have to find a way to move beyond the last-four stage. Look at what England did in the recent World Cup. Learning from 2015, they transformed themselves into world-beaters,” he added.