Sourav Ganguly’s Startling Statement: Winning the World Cup Every Time Isn’t Possible

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has shared a significant perspective regarding Team India’s inability to secure the World Cup title since 2011. He mentioned that winning the World Cup is a formidable challenge and not something that can be achieved consistently.

Team India last clinched the World Cup title in 2011, and the last ICC trophy victory was in 2013. Since then, the team hasn’t managed to secure any ICC title, often reaching the semifinals or finals only to fall short. With this year’s World Cup being held in India, expectations are high from the team.

Ganguly’s Statement on Winning World Cups :

Sourav Ganguly expressed that winning an event like the World Cup isn’t an easy feat. During an event, he remarked, “You cannot win the World Cup every time. Bad times come, and that creates a significant gap.”

Yuzvendra Chahal’s Exclusion from Asia Cup Team Sourav Ganguly also commented on the exclusion of ace spinner Yuzvendra Chahal from the Asia Cup team due to his batting limitations. Ganguly opined that Chahal is not a strong batsman and this might have influenced the team’s decision. However, he mentioned that Chahal could make a comeback if any player gets injured in the near future. Ganguly stated, “If a player gets injured, Chahal could make a return. This is a 17-member squad, and that’s why a couple of players will be left out.”

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