टी20 विश्व कप 2024: मॉर्गन ने भारत को टूर्नामेंट की सबसे मजबूत टीम बताया।

टी20 विश्व कप 2024: मॉर्गन ने भारत को टूर्नामेंट की सबसे मजबूत टीम बताया।

T20 World Cup 2024: Morgan ranks India the strongest side in tournament.

India has largely retained the squad from the previous T20 World Cup, with the notable additions of emerging talents such as Yashasvi Jaiswal, Yuzvendra Chahal, and Sanju Samson.

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T20 World Cup 2024: Morgan ranks India the strongest side in tournament.

Former England captain Eoin Morgan believes that India's abundant talent pool and impressive squad depth position them as strong contenders for victory in the upcoming T20 World Cup. Despite facing injuries, India's squad remains formidable, with additions like Yashasvi Jaiswal, Yuzvendra Chahal, and Sanju Samson complementing the existing lineup from the last edition.

Morgan emphasized India's strength and depth, highlighting their status as favorites due to their remarkable quality on paper. He noted the difficulty in squad selection, regretting the exclusion of players like Shubman Gill and KL Rahul.

Morgan particularly praised Gill's leadership potential and advocated for his inclusion, emphasizing the importance of having multiple leaders in crucial moments. Despite India's favoritism in tournaments, they have not clinched an ICC title in over a decade, with their last triumph being the 2013 Champions Trophy.

Reflecting on their previous T20 World Cup defeat to England, Morgan expressed confidence in India's ability to bounce back, especially considering their recent setbacks in other tournaments. He highlighted the significance of spinners and power hitters in the upcoming matches, endorsing Shivam Dube as a player who could make a significant impact. Additionally, there's a mention of the irony that India's sole T20 World Cup victory occurred before the inception of the IPL, indicating the evolution of Indian cricket in the T20 format since then.

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