- With mentor Ravi Shastri’s residency concluding the 2021 T20I World Cup.
- India has been not able to win ICC titles since 2013.
- India has won pretty much every reciprocal series and figured out how to arrive at the WTC last.
India’s loss in the World Test Championship last against New Zealand at Southampton has offered some conversation starters for the Virat Kohli-drove Indian group as fans ask why despite having probably the best parts in India, has been not able to win ICC titles since 2013.
Ravi Shastri’s tenure coming to an end:
With mentor Ravi Shastri’s residency concluding the 2021 T20I World Cup, cricket savants examine whether Shastri may not get an augmentation if India can’t win the T20I World Cup.
The team Indian had failed to win the trophy:
The Indian group had neglected to win the ICC 2019 World Cup prize in England, losing to New Zealand in the elimination rounds.
Yet, notwithstanding the outcome, mentor Shastri’s agreement was stretched out for two additional years after the competition due to his line of victories over the years as lead trainer.
The past two years fared for Shastri:
However, how have the previous two years fared for Shastri as the lead trainer of the Indian group? Previous India wicketkeeper-batsman trusts Shastri has been admirable in the previous two years as a mentor.
India has won pretty much every reciprocal series and figured out how to arrive at the WTC last.
Saba Karim stated on India News:
“Over the most recent two years, there has been just a single ICC title, for example, the World Test Championship.
The T20 World Cup, which should happen last year, didn’t occur. However, I feel Ravi Shastri has made an excellent showing over the most recent two years,” Saba Karim said on India News.
Further, Saba Karim stated:
“I concur India ought to have won the Test Championship, which they couldn’t do. However, India has done very well in the two-sided series. We have been the No.1 Test group.
As a unit, the group has performed well; it’s anything but something alternate if you consider the To be Test Championship as a major disappointment,” he added.
The Virat Kohli-drove Indian side is presently in England for the forthcoming five-match Test series against England. The series will start on August fourth.