The inaugural edition of the ICC World Test Championship commenced on August 1, 2019. Indian team started their campaign by thumping hosts West Indies in the Antigua Test.
While the men in blue looked in trouble on the initial part of the opening day, they showed their quality by coming back strongly to record a sensational victory.
Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag is of the opinion that India possesses the right kind of balance to claim glory in the high-voltage Test championship.
The cricketer-turned expert admitted that these are early days into the competition, but the quality of Indian unit excites him as he wished luck to skipper Virat Kohli and head coach Ravi Shastri for taking the team in a forward direction.
Moreover, the only Indian batter to smash two triple centuries in Test cricket highlighted the bench strength of India as he feels that it is an essential element to win a tournament which is going to last for 24 months. It remains to be seen how India moves forward in this red-ball competition.