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T20 World Cup ahead; Slowly forgetting the unfortunate July 9.

T20 World Cup ahead; Slowly forgetting the unfortunate July 9.

T20 Men’s World Cup is fast approaching and Indian Arsenal is just gearing up with the right fuels. Months before the commencement of the World Cup 2019, the buzz was that Team India are the favorites to the take the trophy home. India team were at the best of their performances until 15 minutes from the English fast-bowlers brought the world crashing down for the team and the whole nation. It was a bitter pill to swallow after seeing the best unit on the field ever losing.

T20 World Cup is fast approaching and the unfortunate day of July 9 is fading by exceptional comeback by the team. Boys have bounced back and all charged up for payback. India lost to England in the semi’s on July 9 and ever since boys have never looked back. Coach Ravi Shastri and skipper Virat Kohli made sure not to let the massive loss dishearten the unit which would have caused a downfall for the entire team.

Team India is currently invincible under the captaincy of Kohli in all formats and is often compared to the legendary Windies unit of the ’70s and the 80’s. Team has all eyes on the T20 World Cup 2020 and clinching the series would at least rest the fire inside them. It will also be a display to the world and an announcement of the inception of the invincibles. Road to the T20 World Cup 2020 is all rocks but the determination and passion of the unit are making it all easy as of now. This is definitely the most consistent Indian unit across all formats. Credit should definitely be bestowed to the skipper and the coach – Ravi Shastri who has used sticks as much as he has patted the backs of the players.

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