5 things that should be on Team India’s bucket list in the 2020s.

5 things that should be on Team India’s bucket list in 2020s

Posted by Cric Khel | 1/9/2020


2020 has at long last thumped on the entryway.

It’s an ideal opportunity to outline a guide for the future and work on scaling the beforehand unchartered regions.

Overall the three arrangements, Kohli’s men were serenely the most steady side of the previous ten years.

In any case, notwithstanding all the achievement, there are as yet a couple of things that India didn’t accomplish in the previous ten years; something that ought to be on

Other than that, the Men dressed in Blue ticked a couple encloses the 2010s, something which they will be anxious to do a reprise of in the following hardly

Here’s a glance at five things that ought to be on Team India’s pail list during the 2020s:

Test series win in New Zealand

  • Last Won- 1-0 in 2009
New Zealand

India has played only two Tests on New Zealand soil since their 1-0 win in 2009, which is a disgrace truly, taking into account how acutely challenged games have been

India kickstarts its new abroad Test cycle with the much-anticipated 2-coordinate Test arrangement in New Zealand in February.

What’s more, the arrangement is significant for the Men dressed in Blue for a larger number of reasons than one.

Furthermore, considering the way that New Zealand in their own conditions is an alternate mammoth out and out, winning an arrangement there, would go far in India reaffirming that they truly are-Home or Away-the best Test side on the planet

Test series win in England

  • Last won- 1-0 in 2007
Ben Stokes and Virat Kohli

At the point when India last won a Test arrangement in England, MS Dhoni was at this point to make his captaincy debut for India, none of the Fab-Six in

Virender Sehwag, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman, and Anil Kumble, had resigned, the IPL was as yet an inaccessible dream and Australia was as yet the ruling

Kohli and his No.1 Test side on the planet will get another opportunity to fix the wrongs of the past in 2021 when the Men in Blue travel to the

English isles for a five-coordinate arrangement their first away arrangement in the 2021-2023 ICC Test Championship cycle.

T20 World Cup

  • Last won- 2007
MS Dhoni India were crowned World T20 champions in 2007 BCCI

While the group’s presence in the 2009, 2010 and 2010 releases of the World T20 wasn’t satisfactory, the previous two versions 2014 and 2016-has seen Team India vacillate when it

While in 2014, it was Sri Lanka’s flawless passing bowling and Yuvraj Singh’s battles that prompted him winding up as sprinters up, in 2016, the no-balls by Ashwin and

Hardik Pandya and their traditionalist methodology with the bat prompted their demise.

Virat Kohli has been the main run-scorer and the beneficiary of the ‘Player of the Tournament’ grant in the previous two versions yet, on the two events, the victor cricketer

With two back-t0-back T20 World Cups coming up-in Australia [2020] and in India [2021]-there will never be a superior possibility for Kohli and his men to break the 13

Beat Australia in Australia again

  • Last Won- 2-1 in 2018-19

Beating Australia in their own nook is a stuff of dreams for any meeting side.

Furthermore, on the off chance that you are a side originating from the subcontinent, it’s not by any means a fantasy, its a wild, ridiculous dream.

For a long time, Asian sides bragging the best names you can consider, ventured out to Australia with that deep yearning to outmaneuvering the Kangaroos on their home soil, and keeping in mind that they had their individual snapshots of magnificence, their inevitable dream would never emerge into the real world.

Group India has an extraordinary opportunity to do a reprise of 2018 against a Smith-Warner clad Australia, lastly, disregard all the worry in the individuals who imagine that the non-attendance of the couple was the explanation for India’s success.

First-ever Test series win on South African soil

  • Last Won- Never
South Africa

During the 2010s, Team India ticked a great deal of boxes and scaled a ton of unchartered regions like winning a Test arrangement in Australia [2-1 of every 2018-19] and reciprocal ODI arrangement wins in South Africa [5-1 in 2018] and Down Under [2-1 in 2019].

In any case, if there is one area that India has never scaled in their glad cricket history is winning a Test arrangement on South African soil.

They verged on doing that at the turn of 2010 [1-1] yet for that match-sparing innings by Jacques Kallis at Newlands.

India will visit South Africa in the second cycle of the ICC Test Championship where Virat Kohli’s men will by and by get the chance to content history. 

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