When one considers the tournament’s relatively short history and the pre-eminence of certain sides in that period – most notably the West Indies at the outset and Australia since the turn of the century – there are inevitably going to be some great names who never got to lift the famous triple-columned trophy after winning the Cricket World Cup
India fancy themselves for the 2007 World Cup. But the moral is, they shouldn't peak too early. The challenge would be to keep winning yet hold the key members of the side in good shape for the big event.
He is nearly always politically correct and nearly always boring in his public stance on issues and men. I wonder if a frenzied media has shaped his approach for he can be lucid and thoughtful in private.
Winning the toss and opting to field, dropping catches galore and some ordinary batting are the obvious slips which come to mind. India would also reflect if playing five bowlers or shuffling the batting order hurt them.