Former Indian middle-order batsman and the man of the tournament of the 2011 Cricket World Cup which India won, Yuvraj Singh says he was upset with the planning of the team management for the Cricket World Cup in 2019.
India who were favourites to win the cricket world cup courtesy some perfect performances by the players were out of the tourament in the sem-finals after losing to New Zealand in Manchester.
The former Indian All-Rounder who played a vital role in India's victory in both 2007 and 2011 world cups slammed the team management for poor decions in the world cup, he was also upset about the planning the team management made.
Yuvraj Singh is of the thinking that the team didn't have proper planning and lack of vision which cost India a chance to win the world cup after 2011. Flamboyant left handed batsman is also very optimistic of of India's chance in the T20 World Cup given the players and their performances in the recent past.
“I just felt that the 2019 World Cup planning was really poor. I think that the team management and selectors made some really bad calls – before the World Cup and in the World Cup – and that is what cost them.” Yuvraj was quoted as saying by Sport360.
Yuvraj Singh is also very happy and is upbeat with Sourav Ganguly becoming the BCCI President and is really confident that the former Indian Captain will help the board become better and will help cricket develop in the country in a better manner. He also added the team has good talent to win the T20 World Cup in Australia .