Sunday, April 30, 2017

India's Participation In Champions Trophy 2017 Are Still Doubtful

India's participation in the Champions Trophy is in uncertainty taking after a milestone vote by the International Cricket Council that conflicted with the game's most intense country and means their share of the monetary pot from worldwide occasions will endure a critical cut.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India had effectively missed Tuesday's due date to present their squad for the eight-group competition, which starts in England on 1 June, and reports in the nation are currently asserting a blacklist is being considered by groups inside the beset administering body. India's deferral in naming a 15-man party for their title guard had been hailed up ahead of time as being down to "operational reasons" yet it comes around the same time they were outvoted 13 to one at the ICC load up meeting in Dubai on another money related model in which their share of incomes from 2016 to 2023 is sliced from $570m (£440m) to $293m in a downsizing of the supposed Big Three changes of 2014.

Under the modified count India's significant commitment to the cash created by worldwide competitions is as yet perceived, winning more than twofold the $143m allotted to England (down from $150m) and additionally the $132m for each of Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, West Indies and New Zealand. Zimbabwe will acquire $93m, while the 39 relate countries will share $280m.

ICC Champions Match schedule and dates

All things considered, a split stays inside the BCCI over the terms drawn up – and changes to the ICC constitution that were passed by 12 votes to two – to such an extent that a few authorities have supposedly started talking about whether either a blacklist of the Champions Trophy or the arrangement of a moment string side would make a point. The progressions are to be sanctioned by the ICC full committee toward the finish of June.

Gotten some information about the effect of such a move, Steve Elworthy, the competition executive, stated: "The blow, on the off chance that you think about the quantity of diversions we have sold out over the competition, would be colossal. India have an extraordinarily solid bolster base in this nation. Don't worry about it the operational issues, which would be gigantic. Be that as it may, right now we are recently breaking on and arranging everything as though they are coming."

The BCCI will meet to examine the circumstance at an uncommon general meeting one week from now despite the fact that authorities at the ICC, which is led by the previous BCCI president Shashank Manohar, demand they are casual about the postponement to India's squad. The circumstance will turn out to be more basic in time, on account of the requirement for names when applying for visas.

Thoughts of Legend on ICC Champions Trophy

One ICC source called attention to a full withdrawal by India, who ought to start their crusade against Pakistan at a sold-out Edgbaston on 4 June, would be in break of the current individuals' interest understanding and accordingly have genuine legitimate consequences.

And additionally changes to the ICC's budgetary model and constitution, which incorporates new enrollment criteria that could mean Ireland and Afghanistan applying for Test status before the year's over, was affirmation arrangements are being investigated to send a World XI to play in Pakistan in September.

The ICC is additionally proceeding with its venture to make groups for Test and one-day cricket that would give more noteworthy setting to universal cricket, with communicate incomes for two-sided arrangement on the fade in the midst of the ascent of local Twenty20.

Friday, April 28, 2017

Champions Trophy 2017: BCCI's Threat TO Boycott ICC Event Creates A Stir Among The ICC

Numerous BCCI individuals have communicated dismay over the fierce approach of the senior authorities who went to the International Cricket Council (ICC) meetings in Dubai.

BCCI, Indian Cricket Team, ICC Champions Trophy

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is probably going to name the group for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 soon as its blacklist danger has subsided.

Numerous BCCI individuals have communicated dismay over the angry approach of the senior cricket authorities who went to the International Cricket Council (ICC) meetings in Dubai and endured lost face.

ICC Champions Trophy Match Schedule 

Beat Indian cricket board authorities had asserted on Wednesday they will conjure the Members Participation Agreement (MPA) and haul out of the Champions Trophy 2017, beginning in England on June 1. They had even undermined legitimate activity after the ICC done a rollback of income and managerial recommendations, leaving BCCI separated.

We will hold the SGM yet the perspective of the individuals is that we ought to report the group first. Anyway, there will undoubtedly be restriction to the move to haul out. It will be an isolated house," a senior BCCI official told HT. "Truth be told, most need to dodge encounter. We can't bear to haul out, for the straightforward reason we will be punished. The punishment will be to the tune of ~2,000 crore.

"Furthermore, imagine a scenario in which the board is suspended for this. Remote sheets can likewise debilitate to haul players out of the IPL. What's more, consider the possibility that they don't keep a window for IPL. It will thoroughly be BCCI's misfortune," the BCCI functionary said.

MSD, Dhoni, ICC Champions Trophy 2017

The Committee of Administrators is not content with the treatment of the issue. The Supreme Court had approved acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary to go to the ICC meeting and asked Board CEO, Rahul Johri, to go with him. Be that as it may, treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry likewise went to Dubai after the Board's SGM held in New Delhi approved him to help the two.

He was there to help protect BCCI's interests as it had consented to the exhausting two-sided plan just because of the 2014 Big Three model. "The CoA, and even board individuals, aren't content with the result. They will venture in," said another Board official. "The CoA felt a center way ought to be taken, however the authorities didn't concur. We have been embarrassed."

Harbhajan Sings's View On Champions Trophy 2017

A source disclosed to HT the Board individuals are goaded with the absence of straightforwardness in the approach. "Individuals were getting news just through the media where it was being depicted that BCCI had rejected an extra $100 million (it would have taken its share to $390 million) offer by (ICC administrator) Shashank Manohar. In any case, yesterday we became acquainted with Manohar told BCCI plainly that they ought to take the $290 million or abandon it. Things being what they are, did Manohar really make the offer? In the event that he did, why didn't they take it?"

BCCI acting president CK Khanna stated, "We'll address the three authorities and other Board individuals on Friday. It's a delicate issue. We've to take a gander at all edges and points of view and afterward push ahead. Everybody's conclusion will be considered, even to talk about at the Special General Meeting."

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Pakistan Cricket Board Recall Azhar, Umar Akmal For ICC CHAMPIONS TROPHY 2017

No place for Kamran Akmal, uncapped Fahim Ashraf and Fakhar Zaman incorporated into Pakistan's 15-man squad

pakistan cricket team, kamran akmal

Kamran Akmal was dropped from Pakistan's One-Day International squad yet Umar Akmal, his sibling, was drafted back in when a 15-man squad for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, to be held in England and Wales in June, was declared on Tuesday (April 25).

Kamran, 35, was a piece of the Pakistan group that won a three-coordinate ODI arrangement 2-1 in the West Indies not long ago, yet was underneath his best with scores of 47, 21 and 0. In his place came Umar, who had been dropped for that visit taking after a fizzled wellness test.

ICC Champions Trophy Match Fixture

The four-part determination board of trustees, headed by Inzamam-ul-Haq, likewise acquired Azhar Ali, the previous commander of the side, in the wake of letting him well enough alone for the sides that played the restricted overs amusements in the Caribbean, set up of Asif Zakir, the uncapped opening batsman.

Inzamam said the squad had been chosen remembering English conditions: "Ali is making a rebound in the group in the wake of taking a gander at his great reputation in English conditions, while Umar additionally returns after significant change in his wellness."

pakistan cricket team, Umar akmal

That implied there was likewise no space for Mohammad Asghar, the uncapped left-arm spinner who additionally set out to the Caribbean. Imad Wasim, the left-arm spinner, and Shadab Khan, the leg-spinner, are the primary turn alternatives in the group, with Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik additionally around to turn the ball. 
Sarfraz Ahmed, who assumed responsibility of the ODI side in the West Indies, will lead the squad that likewise incorporates uncapped players Fahim Ashraf, the right-arm pacer, and Fakhar Zaman, the top-arrange batsman. Despite the fact that Ashraf was a piece of the ODI squad against West Indies, he didn't make the last XI, while Zaman played three of the four Twenty20 Internationals on that visit. 

Aside from Ashraf, the pacemen in the 15 are Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir, Junaid Khan and Hasan Ali. 

Pakistan will play India, the protecting champion, in its initially Group B coordinate in Birmingham on June 4 taken after by recreations against South Africa (June 7 in Birmingham) and Sri Lanka (June 12 in Cardiff). Preceding the competition appropriate, it has warm-up installations arranged against Australia and Bangladesh. 

Squad: Sarfraz Ahmed (capt, wk), Azhar Ali, Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Umar Akmal, Fakhar Zaman, Imad Wasim, Hasan Ali, Fahim Ashraf, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir, Junaid Khan, Shadab Khan.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

England Cricket Team Includes Wood and Willey for their Champions Trophy Squad

Both pacers come back from harm cutbacks for competition at home, Morgan to lead the side Eoin Morgan will lead England in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at home, with the England and Wales Cricket Board reporting the 15-man squad on Tuesday (April 25).

Icc champions Trophy 2017, David Willey

Stamp Wood, the tall right-arm brisk, who as of late came back to activity after a lower leg surgery that had kept him out for six months, was incorporated into the side. David Willey, the left-arm pacer, likewise made an arrival from harm, having missed playing against West Indies stuck in an unfortunate situation.

ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Match Fixture

Both Wood and Willey are a piece of a solid crease assault that has Jake Ball, Liam Plunkett, Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes. Adil Rashid, the legspinner, and Moeen Ali, the offspinner, will give the turn alternatives.

Wood, 27, last played a worldwide match in September 2016, and will hope to add to his 11 tops in the arrangement.

James Whitaker, the national selector, said it was satisfying to see Wood and Willey come back from harm and add quality to a side that has as of now had amazing outcomes in the previous year and half.

Icc champions trophy 2017, Mark Wood

"We have gained empowering ground in the course of recent months in white ball cricket and the squad chose reflects consistency and gives alternatives over all controls," said Whitaker. "It is satisfying that Mark Wood and David Willey have come back to full wellness. They change it up and quality to our playing qualities and David's capacity as an assaulting batsman is additionally a vital component for us."

Britain will play a two-coordinate ODI arrangement against Ireland in the primary week of May, trailed by a three-coordinate arrangement against South Africa in the most recent week of May to get ready for the ICC Champions Trophy, which begins on June 1.

"As we develop to the ICC Champions Trophy in June, matches against Ireland and South Africa are essential in their own particular perfectly fine plan to win both arrangement," said Whitaker.

While the squad for the Champions Trophy is the one that will interpretation of South Africa, the ODIs against Ireland will include Steven Finn and Ben Duckett as well.

Britain squad for Champions Trophy


Eoin Morgan (capt), Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Alex Hales, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, David Willey, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Bangladesh Cricket Team Recalls Shafiul for Champions Trophy

Selectors additionally name squad for Ireland tri-arrangement that will fill in as planning for eight-group ICC competition

Bangladesh reviewed Shafiul Islam and left out Nurul Hasan, Subashis Roy and Shuvagata Hom for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 that will be held in England in June. 

Bangladesh Cricket team, Shafiul

This will be the first run through Bangladesh is taking an interest in the ICC Champions Trophy in over 10 years, having last been a piece of it in 2006 under the captaincy of Habibul Bashar. 

Bashar, one of the Champion Ambassadors during the current year's competition, had revealed to ICC that capability for the competition was a major stride forward. "It is unquestionably a major stride forward for our nation to qualify straightforwardly to the current year's Champions Trophy, and it is truly vital for the group too," said Bashar. "Presently we have the chance to show how great our ODI abilities are right now."

Also Read: Match Schedule of ICC Champions Tropy 2017

The selectors additionally reported the group for a tri-arrangement that Bangladesh will participate in, highlighting Ireland and New Zealand, in Ireland, to plan for the Champions Trophy. "It is vital to arrange independently for this competition, which is the reason we are going to Ireland for a tri-country arrangement before the Champions Trophy. That will help us enormously in planning for English conditions. You will see an alternate Bangladesh in the current year's Champions Trophy," said Bashar. 

Medium-pacer Shafiul last highlighted for Bangladesh in the home arrangement against England in October 2016 preceding he harmed his hamstring amid the Bangladesh Premier League. He was later piece of the Bangladesh Test squad for the coincidental amusement against India in Hyderabad, in spite of the fact that he didn't highlight in the XI. 

Bangladesh Cricket Team

Nurul, the wicketkeeper, and Roy, the medium-pacer, were a piece of Bangladesh's squad for its latest One-Day International arrangement against Sri Lanka, yet didn't get a diversion. Them two, be that as it may, have been named in Bangladesh's squad for the tri-arrangement in Ireland. 

Hom, who was likewise in the ODI squad for Bangladesh's arrangement against Sri Lanka has been forgotten from both squads while Nasir Hossain, the center request batsman, packed away a spot for the tri-arrangement. 

Whatever is left of the 15-man squad for the Champions Trophy is on expected lines, with Mashrafe Mortaza driving and Mushfiqur Rahim being his appointee. 

Bangladesh's tri-arrangement in Ireland, additionally highlighting New Zealand, keeps running from May 12 to May 24. Bangladesh then starts its Champions Trophy crusade against England on June 1 at The Oval in London. 


For ICC Champions Trophy:

Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Mushfiqur Rahim (bad habit capt, wk), Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Shakib Al Hasan, Sabbir Rahman, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Sunzamul Islam, Mehedi Hasan, Shafiul Islam.

For Ireland tri-arrangement:

Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Mushfiqur Rahim (bad habit capt, wk), Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Shakib Al Hasan, Sabbir Rahman, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Subashis Roy, Sunzamul Islam, Nurul Hasan, Mehedi Hasan, Nasir Hossain, Shafiul Islam.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Match Schedule

ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Schedule

Match Schedule

Date                                             Match Details                                                             Time

June 1, 2017 Thursday          England vs Bangladesh, 1st Match, Group A                04:30 AM
                                                Kennington Oval, London                                 09:30 AM GMT / 10:30 AM  LOCAL  

June 2, 2017 Friday            Australia vs New Zealand, 2nd Match, Group A                04:30 AM
                                                Edgbaston, Birmingham                                       09:30 AM GMT / 10:30 AM LOCAL                                                                                                                                                                                         

June 3, 2017 Saturday        Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 3rd Match, Group B                 04:30 AM
                                                Kennington Oval, London                                09:30 AM GMT / 10:30 AM  LOCAL                                                                                                                                                                                                   

June 4, 2017 Sunday          India vs Pakistan, 4th Match, Group B                               04:30 AM
                                                 Edgbaston, Birmingham                                 09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL
June 5, 2017 Monday         Australia vs Bangladesh, 5th Match, Group A                    07:30 AM         
                                                 Kennington Oval, London                               12:30 PM GMT/ 01:30 PM LOCAL                                                                                                                                            

June 6, 2017 Tuesday        England vs New Zealand, 6th Match, Group A                   04:30 AM
                                                  Sophia Gardens, Cardiff                                 09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL                                                                                                                                          

 June 7, 2017 Wednesday  Pakistan vs South Africa, 7th Match, Group B                     07:30 AM
                                                  Edgbaston, Birmingham                                 12:30 PM GMT/ 01:30 PM LOCAL

June 8, 2017 Thursday      India vs Sri Lanka, 8th Match, Group B                                04:30 AM
                                                  Kennington Oval, London                               09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL

June 9, 2017 Friday           New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 9th Match, Group A           04:30 AM
                                                  Sophia Gardens, Cardiff                                 09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL

June 10, 2017 Saturday    England vs Australia, 10th Match, Group A                           04:30 AM
                                                 Edgbaston, Birmingham                                  09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL

June 11, 2017 Sunday       India vs South Africa, 11th Match, Group B                          04:30 AM
                                                 Kennington Oval, London                                09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL

June 12, 2017 Monday     Sri Lanka vs Pakistan, 12th Match, Group B                         04:30 AM
                                                 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff                                  09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL   

June 14, 2017 Wednesday     TBC vs TBC, 1st Semi-Final (A1 v B2)                             04:30 AM
                                                 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff                                  09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL

June 15, 2017 Thursday        TBC vs TBC, 2nd Semi-Final (A2 v B1)                             04:30 AM
                                                 Edgbaston, Birmingham                                  09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL

June 18, 2017 Sunday          TBC vs TBC, Final                                                               04:30 AM
                                                 Kennington Oval, London                                09:30 AM GMT/ 10:30 AM LOCAL               

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017

Ian Bell says England won't fear any side and nor should they, since they are impressive in ODIs With 50 days to go for the Champions Trophy 2017 in England, the ICC declared eight famous cricketers, one from each taking an interest country, as the ministers of the competition.

Harbhajan Singh and Ian Bell, the represetatives from India and England individually, were included in two exciting experiences in past releases of the competition. In a talk with ICC, Harbhajan reviews his diversion changing spell against South Africa in the 2002 elimination round – 'with help from Sri Lankan climate' – and Bell thinks about the 2013 last, which England barely lost to India.


Ian Bell 

ICC Champions Trophy 2017

Britain still haven't disarmed a noteworthy ICC 50 trophy – in 2013, at home, you lost by only 5 runs in the last. Enlighten us concerning the experience. 

It was gutting to get so close and the one thing as a cricket country we're missing is a fifty-over trophy. We've clearly done truly well in late Ashes arrangement, having won five out of the last seven, so to add the Champions Trophy to the blend would be incredible. Playing in an ICC Trophy at home was an astonishing background, and in spite of the fact that it was troublesome not to go the entire way and win it, the experience was wild. I got Man of the Match against Australia at Edgbaston, and understanding that acknowledgment on your home ground is something you keep in mind.

India all set to play in Champions Trophy

You had four pacers and one spinner, and India had two bleeding edge spinners in addition to Suresh Raina, and they grabbed four of the eight wickets to fall. Is it safe to say that it was down to poor fortunes or improved? 

I assume you could contend that. Towards the finish of the competition the surfaces got extremely dry and it wasn't regularly a wicket an England group would play a home ODI on, so it truly suited India great. Furthermore, as we probably am aware, when Edgbaston gets dry, it can turn. In this way, perhaps they read the conditions better, however we'd beforehand had such a great amount of accomplishment with how we arranged that we unquestionably upheld ourselves to do the business. By the day's end, we were quite recently off the pace. In any case, despite everything I think we ought to have won.

Tell us about the changing area environment that day – it turned into a Twenty20 match; what amount do plans change in light of that, particularly when you can't change your XIs?

The environment was quite recently brimming with fervor truly. When you get to a last in a major competition, everybody's hugely available, and that day was the same. From memory, we really changed the tenets a bit, as there was a chance to shake hands and share the trophy, however I don't consider anybody us needed that. Both sides needed to win the Cup through and through on the field, yet lamentably it turned out poorly way. By then as a fifty-over side, I felt we had it, yet these things happen.

The competition is in England and Wales once more, and England is an a great deal more adjusted constrained overs group, the exhibitions mirror that... 

The experience the folks have from playing the world over, regardless of whether that be Big Bash or IPL, has truly raised our group. Playing against the best folks on the planet does that to you, as does playing in various conditions, and we've seen the change in our white-ball aptitudes reflected as an immediate consequence of that.

How far do you think this group can go, and why? 

We have as great an opportunity to win now as at whatever time. Truth be told, I figure we will do it. The power we have batting right the route down to ten is a monstrous reward for us and with our knocking down some pins assault too, we're a match for any side. Our quality as of late has been getting huge scores with the bat, yet I think our knocking down some pins can coordinate it moreover. Clearly different groups will think they can win it, and which is all well and good, however I don't think England ought to dread anybody and nor will they. I back England at home more than not, and in the event that they play taking care of business, I can't see anybody beating them.

Harbhajan Singh 

ICC Champions Trophy 2017

What is the principal thing that comes your mind when you think about the strained Champions Trophy 2002 elimination round against South Africa? 

What I recollect about the amusement is Yuvi taking a splendid catch off my knocking down some pins. Jonty Rhodes attempted to play a range shot and got a top edge and Yuvi took that splendid plunging get at short fine leg. And afterward, Boeta Dippenaar took care of business out after one more ball on zero. Jonty was batting truly well and it was an imperative wicket.

At the point when Herschelle Gibbs was batting, we thought the amusement was leaving our hand however surely he was getting a great deal of spasms because of Sri Lankan climate. The climate likewise helped us get once more into the diversion as Gibbs left the field. All of a sudden we took one splendid catch and after that Dippenaar got out, and all of a sudden they were 4 down for 190-200 and after that Zak rocked the bowling alley a splendid spell to get a couple more wickets.

It was a splendid diversion to be a piece of. Cheerful to have been there adding to a celebrated win.

You were the principle offspinner yet you completed your spell by the 41st over. What was the technique amid those strained minutes? 

Sourav disclosed to me it's critical for you to bowl now in light of the fact that there's no reason for you knocking down some pins later on when things are quite recently wild. He instructed me to attempt and get a wicket here. Attempt and get another person the circle and how about we check whether we can get a wicket. That is the manner by which I was brought into the assault again and I got those two wickets, and we were all of a sudden back in the amusement.

Also, obviously, the Sri Lankan climate assumed a major part too. The way Gibbs was batting, he was going ridiculously solid. In any case, we were sitting tight for one bit of enchantment which Yuvi gave, and everything changed.

Is the Champions Trophy a harder competition than World Cup, with almost all matches being of the do-or-bite the dust assortment? 

I won't state the World Cup is harder or that the Champions Trophy is harder. Each diversion is intense. Be that as it may, yes, these occasions, World Cups or Champions Trophy, carry with it included weight. Dislike you're playing just against Sri Lanka or in a triangular arrangement, it's about winning the title.

You need to play diverse groups and you need to play as per distinctive players in a limited capacity to focus time. That brings a test for every single player. It's pleasant and very difficult as players to go out there and play out each second day when you're playing diverse restrictions.

The group for the Champions Trophy last was practically similar to the group that played the 2003 World Cup. Did the Champions Trophy 2002 set up India's 2003 World Cup execution?

Yes, it did to a degree. While we're playing that and verged on winning it, it gave us a considerable measure of certainty. When you play well in such competitions, it gives you conviction as a group about what you can accomplish. That 2002 Champions Trophy gave us a great deal of certainty going ahead. When we went to South Africa for the World Cup in 2003, we realized that in the event that we could play the sort of cricket we can play, we will be a troublesome side to beat. Furthermore, that is precisely what happened. That is the thing that great groups do, these are the competitions that unite groups.

It helped us get to where we went in the 2003 World Cup. We lost just to Australia in the World Cup, yet they were the best side in the competition. They had beaten each resistance and both circumstances, we were beaten by the best side, which was Australia. We realized that we needed to come far and away superior arranged to beat these folks. That is precisely what occurred in 2011. Yes, it was a major crevice in the middle of yet it was immensely fulfilling that I was on the triumphant note at any rate once in that huge competition.

Is it accurate to say that it was the competition when fellowships were shaped? You were there alongside Nehra, Yuvraj, Sehwag, Kaif thus some more... 

Such competitions convey you near each other. You give totally everything for the individual that sits beside you. Since such competitions are not about people performing. It's about the group meeting up and that is precisely what occurred for us. We got things done for every single one out there.

Obviously, it constructed our kinship, it assembled our conviction. It constructed us as a family since we hung out. When you play such competitions, it gives you a chance to come closer and know your colleagues better. You can't play as people, you need to play as a group to secure the Cup. I generally trusted that you need to play World Cup and Champions Trophy not simply to take an interest, you need to run there with purpose to win it.