Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said that the current limited-overs Indian team should win all white-ball ICC tournaments (ODI World Cup, T20 World Cup, Champions Trophy). Vaughan’s statement came after India’s impressive 10-wicket win over England. England’s team was reduced to 110 runs, which is their lowest score in ODI history against India and then the Indian team achieved the target in 18.4 overs.
Vaughan said India should get used to it and win the ICC tournament. Because they have player and team who can beat every opposition team in every situation. “In a year and a half (for the ODI World Cup), the conditions will be different, but India has to be on the winning track in white-ball cricket,” he said.
Vaughan said on Cricbuzz, “He has just caught that moment, he has done it the way he has played in the T20 series. We talk about aggression, he was aggressive with the ball today and he was aggressive in the field. That’s what you have to do. When things are going in your favor, you have to blow up the teams. England are a fantastic team, which should give India a lot of confidence. I have said before, this Indian ODI team has not come close to winning anything for a long time. He should be there for every single Champions Trophy, T20 World Cup and ODI World Cup.
Despite being one of the best teams in the world, India have not won any ICC tournament since the 2013 Champions Trophy. The last time he won the ODI World Cup was in 2011 and the only T20 World Cup he has won was in 2007.
He further said, “This Indian team of white ball experts must lead in every way in all conditions of the world. Next year not just at home. He should be able to reach Australia in a few months, where he is the contender to win the trophy. He certainly has enough skill.