'World Cup within India's reach': Gary Kirsten ponders Men in Blue's chances at T20WC title – Republic World

Gary Kirsten, Gary Kirsten, Rohit SharmaRohit Sharma | Image: AP

Team India will be ready for a challenge when they take part in it t20 world cup In the United States and West Indies. After failing to break the ICC title drought one day world cup, the T20WC will be the best chance for the team to get themselves the title and also break this mess. as the roads lead t20 world cup In June, a former coach of Team India reflected on the current team's chances of winning the title this year.

3 things you need to know

  • India won the ODI World Cup title twice; Once in 1983 and again in 2011
  • Rohit Sharma and his team became runners up one day world cup 2023
  • India has not yet won a world title since 2013 champions trophy win

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Former World Cup winning coach's opinion on Team India's prospects in 2023 t20 world cup

Former India coach Gary Kirsten, who led the country to its last World Cup win in 2011, believes the current team has the potential to win another trophy soon.

“I don't think winning the World Cup is easy, it is really hard. Australia have probably mastered it better than any other country, but India have the ability to compete at the highest level for World Cup success and glory because of the depth of their cricket,” said Kirsten, who has been playing cricket since 2008. Was the coach of India till 2011, Told PTI in an interview.

When he was asked whether India can break this problem in the coming period t20 world cup This year, Kirsten said it is not impossible that India can find a way to get things right in the knockout games. However, he did not specify what exactly the team would need to do.

“No doubt winning the World Cup is within India's reach and they have players who are capable of doing it. But a lot still needs to go right to win the World Cup, especially those knock-out games where anything can happen. the 56-year-old said.

Team India players KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Shami celebrating after taking wickets. one day world cup final | Image: AP

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South African and then Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the country's most loved player after the team's second win in 2011. one day world cup Since 1983. However, India have been unable to win the title in any format for over a decade.

(With PTI inputs)

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