Sourav Ganguly says india will beat pakistan once again in champions trophy clash

Sourav Ganguli former cricketer
Sourav Ganguli former cricketer

Just couple of days away for the High voltage game of the India vs Pakistan Champions Trophy and All the cricket fans and former cricketer busy on their opinion for the big match. Virat Kohli & Co. of Men in Blue Started the Champions trophy campaign on 4th June when they takes on their arch rival Pakistan in the Opening Encounter on Edgbaston venue.

Defending champions of ICC Champions Trophy Team India looking to starts the Winning not when they takes to men in green. For that Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly is confident and said team india will once again beat the Pakistan.


When we look at the history then its favor to India as they enjoying the 11-0 record against Pakistan in the bigger tournament of world cup in 50 over and t20 format while In the Champions Trophy Pakistan have a slightly better record with a 2-1 win-loss ratio against India.

Ganguly added “India will beat Pakistan again in Champions Trophy,”

Also said “In the last eight to 10 years there has been a massive difference in the quality between India and Pakistan and that has been one of the major reasons why India have continued to dominate Pakistan (in ICC events). I believe India will do it again in the Champions Trophy in Birmingham on June 4,”

Ganguly also said the reason behind to beat pakistan in the major events as

“In early part of the 90s and even in early 2000s, it is just that India played better than Pakistan in world tournaments because there was not much difference between the two sides.

On that time pakistan team have a great players like Wasim (Akram), Waqar (Younis), Inzamam (ul-Haq), Saeed Anwar, Javed Miandad and Salim Malik.

“But 2005 onwards, the Pakistan team has not been the same as it used to be. They have lost to India on quality, they have lost to India on ability and somehow India have reacted to big match pressure much better than Pakistan.

“The technique and quality of Indian players have been better than Pakistan’s. You see, in Pakistan there is rare brilliance but every time they have been under pressure, they have tried to fight or hit their way out of pressure, which has not worked for them. But every time you see India under pressure, they are a team, which would seem have soaked in the pressure.

“They have batted and played difficult situations well and then have dominated,” said Ganguly.