Aggression key to India's success: Ganguly

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:07 IST

According to skipper Sourav Ganguly, aggression is the key to Indian cricket team's success.

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According to skipper Sourav Ganguly, aggression is the key to Indian cricket team's success. Ganguly said he has always tried to inculcate a sense of aggression in his teammates, which is beginning to show in their performances. "I have been the captain of the team for quite some time and I have realised that when my players perform well, that has been only when they are up for it and aggressive. This is what I try to instill in the minds of the players," said Ganguly. On how could India become the number one team in the world, he said, "It is simple. We need to have the consistency of the Australians who are the world number one. They have been a pretty consistent side over the years." (PTI)

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