How has India fared in ICC competitions following its 2013 Champions Trophy victory? Since taking home the 2013 Champions Trophy, India has not prevailed in an ICC competition.
Since 2013, Team India’s departures from the knockout round have been a common occurrence. Despite captain and player changes over the past ten years, the trophy pursuit has continued. India’s participation in the T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia came to an end. It was on November 10 as they were defeat by England. BY a score of ten wickets at the Adelaide Oval.
Under MS Dhoni’s guidance. India won the 2013 Champions Trophy, but since then. They haven’t played as well as they might have in the previous tournaments. India, which had dominated the competition. It was defeated by Sri Lanka by six wickets in the 2014 T20 World Cup final at the Sher-E-Bangla Stadium.
India fell to the hosts in the ODI World Cup quarterfinals
The next year, in Australia. India fell to the hosts in the ODI World Cup quarterfinals, and they were ousted from the event. The 2016 T20 World Cup in India turned out to be a different story; despite Virat Kohli’s outstanding performance. The side was unable to overcome a star-studded West Indies squad and lost the match, finishing at 192.
India and Pakistan were about to face off in the 2017 Champions Trophy final when Fakhar Zaman utterly stunned the Indian team with a masterpiece. India had to wait another two years for the next major ICC tournament, the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England, but it wasn’t worthwhile because the top order once again struggle against New Zealand in the semifinals.
Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, there were few international matches in 2020, and the first ICC World Test Championship final vs New Zealand was play in 2021. However, India fell to the Kiwis in Southampton after working really hard for two years in the longer format.
The 2020 T20 World Cup was move to the United Arab Emirates in 2021, and India was eliminate in the group stage after losing its first two matches to Pakistan and New Zealand. In conclusion, despite dominance in bilateral matches, India has succumbed to pressure when it comes to ICC tournaments as they wasted another opportunity in 2022.