The Indian team has been failing to win the ICC trophy for the past decade. India last won the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013 under the leadership of MS Dhoni. Since then the Indian team has reached the semi-finals and finals of the ICC tournaments several times, but the Indian team has failed to win the ICC trophy.
Recently, under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, the Indian team lost the final match of the World Test Championship. In fact, IPL is being blamed for the Indian team’s poor performance and lack of trophies. Meanwhile, former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd has made a big statement in support of IPL.
Why is the Indian team failing to win the ICC trophy?
In fact, after winning the 2013 Champions Trophy, the Indian team has reached the finals of the ICC Trophy a total of 4 times. These include the 2013 T20 World Cup, the 2017 Champions Trophy and two World Test Championship finals. However, despite this, the Indian team is not getting the trophy. After 10 years of this disappointing performance by the Indian team, the IPL has been heavily criticized.
Similarly, former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd made a statement saying, “India can have a better future and it’s only because of IPL.” He added, “You are reaching the semifinals and also entering the finals. You have qualified for the final several times. I think the future of India is looking very good. The reason for this is the IPL. You have a great Test team and just wait for the moment when you will win the big tournament. Things go like a cycle and I hope it will work in the future.”
In fact, the Indian team will play a 2-match Test series against the West Indies from July 12. The series will be part of the 2023-25 ICC World Test Championship. The first Test match will be played from July 12 to 16 at Windsor Park, Dominica. Also, the second Test match will be played from July 20-24 at Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad. India will then play a series of 3 ODIs and 5 T20 Internationals against the West Indies. (How will team India end the title drought of 10 years West Indies former captain told the unique formula)
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