Sourav Ganguly India: Sourav Ganguly replied on India’s failure in ICC tournament, said- ‘This mental health…’

Sourav Ganguly On Indian Team’s failures in ICC tournaments: Team India is continuously failing in ICC tournaments since 2013. Recently, the Indian team captained by Rohit Sharma had lost the final of the ICC World Test Championship against Australia. Now former BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has given the answer as to why Team India is failing in ICC tournaments. The last ICC trophy the Indian team won was the Champions Trophy in 2013 in England. 

On the other hand, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly started ‘Revsportz’ Talking to Told that the reason for Team India’s defeat is not mental health but execution. Ganguly said, “Sometimes we do not perform well in important matches. I don’t think there is mental health, rather it is all about execution. They are strong human beings. Hopefully, they cross the line this time.”

Ganguly further said, “Yes, yes, there is always hope. At least we qualified for the WTC final, that too is an achievement. And yes, we have a chance. We have got good players, lots of them. Hopefully this time we will.”

World Cup 2023 will be played in India

Please tell that the ODI World Cup of 2023 will be played in the hosting of India. In such a situation, the fans will expect more ICC trophy from the team at home. The tournament will start from October 5 and the final will be played on November 19. A total of 48 matches will be played in the World Cup. 

Previously played 2019 ODI World Cup, the Indian team had to face defeat against New Zealand in the semi-finals. At the same time, in the 2015 World Cup, Team India had to face defeat at the hands of Australia in the semi-finals. Australia won the title in that World Cup.  


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