Ganguly fears India have lost ability to win abroad

Updated: 11 January 2012 13:02 IST

Former captain Sourav Ganguly fears India may have lost the ability to win overseas as the team has struggled on its current tour of Australia, dropping its sixth straight Test away from home.

New Delhi:

Former captain Sourav Ganguly fears India may have lost the ability to win overseas as the team has struggled on its current tour of Australia, dropping its sixth straight Test away from home.

Ganguly says the manner in which Indian side has lost recent matches overseas suggests it may have "taken a huge step backward."

India trail 2-0 in their four-Test series against Australia after losing the opening Test in Melbourne by 122 runs and then falling by an innings and 68 runs in Sydney. The third Test starts Friday in Perth.

India were beaten 4-0 in a Test series in England last year, conceding the top world ranking to the opposition

Topics : Cricket India Sourav Ganguly Australia India in Australia, 2011-12
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