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Yuvraj: Lost World Cup due to poor selectors, management

Given his decisive nature, Sourav Ganguly can make a difference as BCCI president, Yuvraj Singh thinks about the captain of his cricketing era

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Former all-rounder of the Indian cricket team Yuvraj Singh has said that now Team India needs to win the ICC World Cup trophy. Yuvraj shared today what he feels was the reason the Indian team was eliminated from the semi-finals in the World Cup 2019.

Yuvi has expressed confidence that Sourav Ganguly, the new chairman of BCCI, is going to make a big change in Indian cricket.

Speaking to Sport 360, Yuvraj Singh said, “Definitely now India should win big titles (like the ICC trophy). Given the kind of talent and squad India has, they should win tournaments like the World Cup.

World cup plans were bad: Yuvraj

Talking about the defeat suffered due to the failure of the middle order in the World Cup 2019 semi-final against New Zealand, Yuvraj said that the planning of the Indian team was very poor, due to which they got out of the World Cup.

The left-handed batsman said, “It seems that the Indian team’s plans for the World Cup 2019 were quite poor. I believe that the team management and selectors took very poor decisions before and during the World Cup, which the Indian team had to bear. In such a situation, there is definitely a need for good people as management and selectors. ”

Captain of the team of his time Sourav became the chairman of the BCCI last year and he has taken several big decisions. This is why Yuvraj feels that there will be some major changes in Indian cricket. Yuvi says, “I think Sourav Ganguly as BCCI President will put his mind and make things good.”

Yuvraj added, “There is no doubt that we have talent. All we need is a good think-tank and, hopefully, we will be ready for the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia.”

Ganguly has indicated that the team’s chief selector will be decided by the end of February. It will be a veteran who has played many Test matches.

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