BCCI President Sourav Ganguly expressed his disappointment over the poor efficiency of the Indian group within the not too long ago concluded T20 World Cup held within the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

India crashed out of the Super 12 stage after losses in opposition to Pakistan and New Zealand of their first two encounters. Although they managed to win the remaining three video games within the group, it wasn’t sufficient as they completed third on the factors desk.

[I am] a little disappointed with the way we played this World Cup. I think this has been the poorest of all that I have seen in the last four-five years. I don’t know what’s the reason but I just felt they did not play with enough freedom this World Cup.

Team India. Photo- ICC

Sometimes it happens in big tournaments, you just get stuck and when I saw them playing against Pakistan and New Zealand – I just felt this was the team which was playing to 15% of its ability. And sometimes you can’t just a finger on it that this is the reason why it happened,” Ganguly said.

“One bad day and the entire good work for two months was wiped away” – Sourav Ganguly on 2019 ODI World Cup

Sourav Ganguly went additional again to reminisce about India’s performances in the previous few ICC occasions. The Men in Blue reached the ultimate of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy the place they have been overwhelmed to submission by Pakistan. In the 2019 ODI World Cup, they dominated the match earlier than bowing out within the semifinals.

India vs New Zealand In ODI WC 2019
India vs New Zealand In ODI WC 2019 (Image Credit: Twitter)

To be honest, 2017 [and] 2019, I think India was good. 2017 Champions Trophy we lost the final to Pakistan at the Oval, I was a commentator then. Then the 2019 World Cup in England, we were exceptional right throughout, beat everyone and lost to New Zealand in the semi-final – one bad day and the entire good work for two months was just wiped away,” Ganguly added.

The subsequent ICC occasion that the group will participate in is the 2022 T20 World Cup scheduled to be held in Australia.

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