Playing great cricket for next forty five days will decide Group India destiny
Playing great cricket for next 45 days will decide Group India's destiny
Rohit Sharma-led India Team has delivered through on each move toward the lead-up to the home World Cup, beginning one week from now. Be it winning the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka or beating Australia in the three-match ODI series, India has given their all to set itself up for the marquee occasion and next 45 days will decide team India's destiny.
previous skipper and pioneer in Indian Cricket, Sourav Ganguly, said the Men dressed in Blue should keep playing similar sort of cricket for the following 45 days if they somehow managed to understand their fantasy about winning the World Cup for the third time.
On the day when India's last 15 was picked, with Ravi Ashwin supplanting harmed Axar Patel in the crew, Ganguly said he is happy with how the Indian Group has performed of late and wishes to see them check off all crates during the World Cup.
"This will be a major World Cup. The World Cup is a major competition. The group has been playing well overall, so it involves please. We trust that they keep on playing similar great cricket for next 45 days will decide team India's destiny," Ganguly told the correspondents in Kolkata.
Dissimilar to how it fondled in the number one spot to the Asia Cup, with a few first-cooperative people like KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer and Jasprit Bumrah passing up activity because of wounds, the Men dressed in Blue reversed the situation around with star exhibitions in the six-group competition.
A gigantic success over Pakistan in the Very Four phase supported India's certainty, which included twin hundreds from returning Rahul and Virat Kohli. The bowlers hurried up during the business end, with Mohammed Siraj bowling his best in the last, picking six for 21 against Sri Lanka.
A ten-wicket win in the Asia Cup last had India beyond happy, and they conveyed the triumphant force in the ODI series against Australia by winning the initial two matches. While Mohammed Shami dazzled all with a five-for in Mohali, Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer hitting tons made the batting line-up look overwhelming.
Ravi Ashwin's keenness in the subsequent innings gave India some expectation with regards to who could settle the number eight issue. However India lost the last One-Dayer in Rajkot, they look set to surprise the World Cup. India to open its Reality Cup crusade against Australia on October 8 in Chennai.