India tour to England: Sunil Gavaskar claims Virat Kohli’s Indian team is the best Indian cricket team ever – Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar, who was part of the Indian cricket team that won the 1983 World Cup, said Virat Kohli, led by Team India, was the best Indian cricket team in history. He also claimed that Virat et co. will easily win the tour of India in England.
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India Tour in England: âThis current team is probably the best in Indian cricket history. Only teams from 1983 to 1986 had similar depth and balance. This team is better though as they recently beat Australia on their own terms and have more game changers with bat and ball. If the sun is out they should win the series easily and if there are cloudy days then they should win but may lose the odd test â, Gavaskar told Quint.
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Team India under the captaincy of Virat Kohli
2021 – World Trials Championship – Final
2019 – ICC World Cup 50 overs – Semi-final
2017 – ICC Champions Trophy – Final
Tour of India in England: Under the leadership of Virat Kohli, Team India reached the final of the World Testing Championship in 2021. India lost to New Zealand in the final in Southampton. This was the very first edition of the WTC and India started the next cycle of the WTC with the Indian tour of England. After striving for first place for over a year, Team India ranks 2nd in the ICC Test ranking. New Zealand is in the lead while Australia is in 3rd place.
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Tour of India in England: Meanwhile, England finished day two of Test 1 against India as momentum shifted to the hosts after staging a comeback in the second session on Thursday. India are 125/4 with KL Rahul (57 *) and Rishabh Pant (7 *) in the crease and the visitors are down 58 points in the opening innings before a first shot is canceled due to rain. In the third session, only one ball was thrown as the rain returned to play the spoiler. In the second session, India collapsed as visitors lost three fast wickets. Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane all went cheap as James Anderson fired the Indian skipper for a golden duck.