Calling Indian team one of the hardest nuts to crack in the cricketing world won’t be an overstatement by any means. The men in blue, filled with a plethora of quality and coupled with massive confidence, possess supreme units in all the three forms of the game, which is evident from their recent success. Be it Tests, ODIs or T20Is, Indian team hardly fails to deliver.
However, elected president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Sourav Ganguly seems not completely satisfied as he highlighted India’s inability to win big tournaments in recent times.
The former captain had no hesitation in admitting the quality of the blue team but advised them to use their strengths to get something big out of it.
Interacting with media at the Eden Gardens, Ganguly added that it is unreasonable to expect India to win all the tournaments, but they have gone through 7 tournaments without winning one. Hence, he believes that the management and skipper needs to wield the team’s strength to add a few titles to the trophy cabinet of India.