Kongkan Nag Reward Points : 25600 Member Since : Saturday, March 14, 2009
The Indian cricket team has won the Test Series against New Zealand 1-0 after the third and final Test of the series ended in a draw. This is India s first Test series win in New Zealand for the last 41 years. The Indian team has also won the ODI series against New Zealand by 4-1 in the same tour. What do you think is this the best Indian team ever Can we say that yes India has now become one of the hyper powers in world cricket Does the recent success of Indian cricket team in overseas tours indicate that the Indian team has now learnt the tricks for becoming successful on foreign soil
Posted On : 04/06/09 10:39:56 PM
Avishek Bose Reward Points : 5000 Member Since : Saturday, March 14, 2009
Definitely , i agree with the fact that this team is THE BEST team Indian Cricket has ever seen. It is not because of the only fact that India is earning success in almost every series be it an ODI series or Test Series. The myth that Indian team is successful only in the tournaments played in the subcontinent, no longer exists as Dhoni and his boys have already beaten England, Australia and now New-Zealand at their den. Team India that plays today makes everyone of us proud. The team is full of energy and experience and has a tremendous hunger for success. The players are determined and consistent. Every player supports each other, even during their bad patches and this brings positive impact to the player and hence the whole team s morale boosts up. Captain MS Dhoni has been a wonderful leader so far, who leads the team from front, never hesitates to seek suggestions from experienced players of the team, backs up the young talents, thus eliminating problems to crop within the team. We always expect India to win and we are the proudest mass of people when we see a victory lap from the Men in Blue in SCG or at Lord s. So, undoubtedly the formulas are learnt, the strength are being experimented and Team India is sure to create more magic in the foreign tracks.