Indian cricket team in ICC tournaments: Team India's losing streak in the knockout matches of ICC tournaments continues unabated. Recently the ODI World Cup was played on Indian soil. Team India, captained by Rohit Sharma, won 10 consecutive matches, but had to face defeat against Australia in the final. At the same time, now the Indian team has lost in the final of Under-19 Cricket World Cup. Australia defeated India by 79 runs in the final. Talking about the senior Indian team, it last won the ICC Trophy about 10 years ago, but since then it has been continuously losing in the knockout matches.
Team India has been yearning for ICC Champions Trophy since 2013!
The Indian team last won the ICC Champions Trophy 2013, but has not been able to win the ICC trophy after that. Although Team India reached the finals several times, but failed to win the trophy. Statistics show that the Indian team reached the final of the T20 World Cup 2014, but lost against Sri Lanka. Team India lost against Australia in the semi-finals of ODI World Cup 2015. After this, it lost to West Indies in the semi-finals of T20 World Cup 2016. But the series of defeats of Team India did not stop here.
When will Team India's losing streak in knockout matches end?
Team India lost in the final of ICC Champions Trophy under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. Pakistan had defeated Team India in the final. New Zealand defeated India in the semi-finals of ODI World Cup 2019. After this, the Indian team lost to England in the semi-finals of T20 World Cup 2022. At the same time, recently the Indian team captained by Rohit Sharma lost to Australia in the ODI World Cup final. In this way, Team India is continuously losing in the knockout matches of ICC tournaments. The Indian team's losing streak in the knockout matches of ICC tournaments has been going on for almost 10 years.
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