Anjum Chopra Reveals 2 Major Reasons India Is Failing To Win The ICC Tournament

Indian cricket teams irrespective of Men’s and Women’s are continuously failing to win any ICC tournament for many years. The last time Indian Men’s team won any trophy was the year 2013 when they beat England to clinch the ICC Champions trophy under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The Women’s team has also suffered the same and recently the former Indian woman cricketer Anjum Chopra has talked about the reasons why the trophy cabinet of BCCI has been vacant for some past years.

The former Cricketer said that both groups of teams have to improve their game and approach in order to win a trophy. Recently, India lost the final of the ICC Test Championship against Australia played at Kennington Oval.

While talking to News18, Chopra said, “I would like to see everything in isolation and not club it in. We are talking about the ICC tournaments and won’t include everything and understand how and when we falter. At the end of the day, it’s all about scoring runs and taking wickets. Whoever does it better, ends up winning. It doesn’t really matter what color jersey you are wearing.”

While talking about the failure of Team India in major ICC tournaments, Anjum Chopra has pointed out two big reasons. The first she talked about is the bowlers’ failure in getting the important wickets at a crucial time. She has also raised questions about the batters and has talked about their lack of intent and irregularity in important games.

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The former cricketer said, “Where are we, as a team, faltering, it’s been very consistent in Test matches of course the batting has not been able to be making an impact or we are unable to get the required breakthroughs. We saw that in the T20 World Cup and the WTC final as well. So, it’s different in every contest. But at the end of the day, I do agree that when we look back at the cabinet of the ICC tournaments, they are very far and few. We need to do a lot of things right, both men’s and women’s teams, and pretty quickly to get that habit of winning ICC trophies.”

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