Sourav Ganguly Gave An Important Advice To India Ahead Of T20 World Cup
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Sourav Ganguly Gave An Important Advice To India Ahead Of T20 World Cup

Sourav Ganguly Gave An Important Advice To India Ahead Of T20 World Cup: The much-awaited t20 World Cup 2021 has finally kickstarted in Oman today with teams competing with each other in the group stage. The Indian cricket team’s journey in T20 World Cup 2021 will kickstart from 24th October with a match against arch-rival Pakistan.

Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team will be looking forward to winning their first T20 World cup trophy since 2007 and the excitement among the fans for the high-voltage tournament is increasing with every passing day.

Ahead of the tournament, legendary Indian skipper and current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has shared a piece of advice for the Indian cricket team. Ganguly said that team India must focus on the process and should take the competition one game at a time.

Speaking to fans after Games24x7, a multi-game platform launched a new campaign for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup on ‘My11Circle”, Sourav Ganguly was asked about what team India needs to do to win the title. Responding to which, he said:

“So, you don’t become champions easily and you just don’t become champions just by stepping into a tournament, so they have to get through the process, they have to show maturity,” 

He added:

“…they all have the talent, they all have the skill to score runs and take wickets at this level. They just have to be mentally in good space to win the World Cup,”

“...(the) title is only won when the finals are finished. So, you have a lot of cricket to be played before that and I think India should focus (on) every game, India should focus on winning every game and just taking it from there and not think about the title at the start,” he said.

Sourav Ganguly said that India shouldn’t just focus on winning the trophy but on winning every match. He said:

“They (India) will always be contenders in whatever competition they play in and the challenge for them is to be at peace with themselves, focus on the process rather than the results because the most toughest thing and the most wrong thing to do is when you take guard and you think I am here to win the World Cup.”

“…what is important is to play the next ball which is coming out of the hand and keep doing that till you get to the finals,”

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