T20 World Cup 2021: The T20 World Cup is starting from today in UAE and Oman. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly has given a big statement regarding the victory of Team India in the tournament. Ganguly believes that under the leadership of captain Virat Kohli, Team India is seen as a strong contender for this title this year. However, he also said that despite so much talent, the team will have to play its game with maturity to capture this trophy.
Former Team India captain Sourav Ganguly said on Saturday, “You don’t become a champion that easily. You don’t become a widget just by participating in the tournament, for that you have to go through a whole process. You have to go through a lot of maturity. needs to be shown.” At the same time, he said, “If you look at Team India, you will find that there is a lot of world class talent here. Also these players have the ability to score runs and take wickets while playing at any level. This World Cup To win, they just need to be mentally strong.”
Need to focus on one game at a time
Ganguly, popularly known as Dada, said that “Team India should not think about the title from the beginning, but should focus on one match at a time. You win the title only when you reach the final. There is a lot of cricket to be played in the league round. That’s why I believe for the time being Team India should focus on one match at a time.
Expected to organize IPL in India next year
Sourav Ganguly has also expressed the hope that next year’s IPL will be played in India itself. He said, “IPL is our tournament and I sincerely hope that next year it will be played once again in India. Dubai may have seen a great atmosphere during the tournament but the passion of IPL in India is very different. We would like to see it being organized once again in India.I sincerely hope that in the next seven to eight months the situation of Kovid-19 epidemic in India will return to normal and we will once again organize IPL matches in stadiums packed with spectators. will do.”
Let us tell you that IPL was started in India this year as well. However, during the second wave of Kovid-19, it was postponed after cases of corona were reported in the bio bubble. After which its second phase was played in UAE.