Why Indian Cricket team failed to defend T20 World Cup Title?

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  1. skmsports profile image59
    skmsportsposted 9 years ago

    Why Indian Cricket team failed to defend T20 World Cup Title?

    Indian team failed badly by losing all three games of super eight matches in a row. What could be the possible cause of failure?

  2. anujagarwal profile image62
    anujagarwalposted 9 years ago

    may be over-exertion or may be over-confidence... even combination of both options is also possible...

  3. BristolBoy profile image70
    BristolBoyposted 9 years ago

    Because they were beaten by England! 

    Seriously though - they didn't seem to want it as much as England.  And a significant reason why England wanted it so much was due to being booed when they entered the pitch by the Indian fans at an English cricket ground.

  4. true indian profile image59
    true indianposted 9 years ago

    lack of good captaincy.....they were little bit over confident .... and dhoni did some rigid and unplanned captaincy.... but i think he will learn from his mistake here after atleast ....

  5. premsingh profile image60
    premsinghposted 9 years ago

    Dhoni has already won it once and its our nature to defend our ego first rather defending the titles. We've several type of complexes like superiority and inferiority complexes.

    Our captain (Dhoni) and vice captain (Sehwag) were fighting among themselves to maintain the supremacy. When we failed to keep our house in order, it becomes difficult to defend our pride. I think M S Dhoni should step down like Yunis khan at least from T20 team captaincy and allow other players to show their talents.

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    tamilmasalaposted 9 years ago

    First thing lack of experience in playing Short balls. Second one over confident. Third one Ishant Sharma whon dhoni kept faith that he will bowl very well.

  7. wtp.cricket.team profile image59
    wtp.cricket.teamposted 9 years ago

    I think the pressure of the competition got to the Indian players also allot of players were out on IPL duty, so even more pressure.To win a team competition,everyone as to work in unity,their can't be too many chiefs,otherwise cracks start to appear. TEAM and TEAM only is the winning formula.

  8. profile image61
    movingfingerposted 8 years ago
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    rrawat1515posted 7 years ago

    The energy and the hunger was missing which was there in the first T-2o world cup.


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