India should win at least 50% of their knockout games, according to Sourav Ganguly

India should win at least 50% of their knockout games, according to Sourav Ganguly. Since 2014, India has consistently lost in the knockout stages.

Since 2014, India has had a terrible record in ICC tournaments. Failing to win the championship despite repeatedly making it to the knockout rounds. Under the leadership of head coach Rahul Dravid, their performances have gotten worse as a result of their defeats in bilateral ODI series against South Africa, Australia, and Bangladesh. In addition, the team lead by Rohit Sharma was eliminated from the T20 World Cup 2022 after losing by ten wickets against England in the semifinal.

India also lost to Australia in the June 2023 World Test Championship final. Sourav Ganguly, a former captain of India, recently discussed the team’s struggles in the final rounds. Suggested that the team should win at least 50% of the knockout games with the ODI World Cup 2023 just a few days away.

“At least they made it to the championship. Even guys like Rohit and Kohli, who play for Dravid as their coach, are aware that they should prevail when they are in these situations (knockouts). Not always, but at least 50% of the time,” according to Ganguly, as reported by HindustanTimes.

Since their victory at the 2013 Champions title, led by MS Dhoni, India has not claimed an ICC title. With the exception of the 2021 T20 World Cup. The Men in Blue have now advanced to the knockout stages of every ICC competition. However, they have yet to win a championship.

In the meantime, Ganguly made a statement over Yuzvendra Chahal’s exclusion from the Indian team for the Asia Cup and stated that he will always have wrist spinners in his team.

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I would pick Chahal: Sourav Ganguly

“I’d choose Chahal. I’d always choose wrist-spinners,” he admitted.

Rohit Sharma, the team’s captain, has stated that he will still be eligible for selection for the ODI World Cup in 2023 despite being passed over. Notably, the complete rosters for all 10 competing clubs must be submitted by September 27. India has until September 5 to make changes to their provisional squad, which they must submit.

Many fans and analysts have criticized the BCCI for their perplexing decision, which led to Chaha’s removal.

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