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Aakash Chopra feels that India probably didn’t have the team to win the World Cup 2019 for the second time in eight years

July 27, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

India was one of the top picks to win the World Cup held in England a year ago. They likewise beat the focuses table in the class stage losing just one game out of nine. Yet, every one of their expectations descended smashing in the semi-last against New Zealand. The Kiwis shielded 240 runs in spite of Ravindra Jadeja's late heroics with the bat as India fell 18 runs low.

A ton has just been saying about the group's mix in the competition, and previous India cricketer Aakash Chopra has remarkably dissected it. He made a speculative man-to-man examination of the 2019 WC group with the 2011 World Cup-winning group drove by MS Dhoni. He likewise reasoned that the Men in Blue; most likely didn't have the group to win the uber occasion for the second time in eight years.

While looking at the group, he evaluated Yuvraj Singh as the greatest match-champ; among all the center request batsmen India attempted in the World Cup a year ago. The number four problem was a consuming issue for the side going into the competition; and as per many, it ruined India's odds to win the trophy.

Yuvraj Singh is winning this race pass on against Dinesh Karthik/Kedar Jadhav/Pant/Pandya as a batsman; as a bowler, as a full bundle coordinate victor. This is according to Aakash Chopra.

Chopra says the middle-order was so brittle; you didn’t have the team to win

The Indian group of 2011 World Cup had any semblance of Virat Kohli, Gautam Gambhir, and Yuvraj Singh as the center request batsmen. Be that as it may, in 2019, Vijay Shankar and Rishabh Pant were a piece of the pivotal situations at four and five; and for a similar explanation, Aakash feels it was fragile and unpracticed.

Should they get a slight point of view, on the off chance that one has not won the World Cup in 2019; likely one didn't have a World Cup-winning group as it were. Since the center request was so fragile, one didn't have the group to win. Generally speaking, subsequent to contrasting both the groups, he brought up that the group the board made a couple of determination mistakes and furthermore felt that the group wasn't set up for the wounds which happened to players during the WC.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh