Michael Vaughan feels India have underachieved by not winning ‘anything’ major

Previous Britain skipper says the groups exhibitions have not been imperative since they neglected to land any worldwide prize somewhat recently

Previous Britain skipper Michael Vaughan said on Friday that the Indian cricket crew has not accomplished the outcomes to match its ability and assets available to its.

Vaughan said India’s exhibitions have not been critical on the grounds that they neglected to land any worldwide prize somewhat recently.

While talking in a Fox Sports board conversation during the second Test among Australia and Pakistan at the MCG, Vaughan began the discussion string in the Indian group, offering a conversation starter to previous Australian batsman Imprint Waugh.

“Do you think, as far as cricket, India are one of the most underachieving sports groups on the planet,” Vaughan asked Waugh.

However, the Aussie liked to redirect the inquiry back to Vaughan.

“They haven’t won a lot of lately. I think they are (an underachieving side). They win nothing. When did they last win something? With all the ability they have, all the range of abilities (they ought to have accomplished more,” said Vaughan.

The 2005 Cinders winning Britain chief yielded that India’s series securing endeavors in Australia were fantastic, yet added that the Men dressed in Blue have neglected to act in World Cups.

“They’ve won in Australia two times (Test series in 2018/19 and 2020/21). Wonderful. However, the last scarcely any World Cups, (they have) been no place, in the last barely any T20 World Cups, (they have) been no place,” he added.

Vaughan said India ought to have accomplished much more than whatever they have done thinking about the ability in their positions.

“They’re a decent group. They have a lot of ability yet with all the ability they have and the assets they have, I simply don’t think they win,” he said.

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