Srinagar: Former England captain Michael Vaughan has hit out at Team India lead by Rohit Sharma for not winning anything in last more than a decade.
India suffered an innings and 32 runs defeat at the SuperSport Park vs South Africa in the first Test.
Speaking on Fox Sports on the result of the opening Test match of the South Africa-India series, Vaughan highlighted the lack of achievement by the Indian team despite having plenty of resources at their disposal.
Vaughan asked former Australia cricketer Mark Waugh, also part of the panel in Fox Sports: “Do you think, in terms of cricket, India are one of the most underachieving sports teams in the world?”
The Aussie returned back the question instead and the veteran batter said: “They haven’t won much in recent times. I think they are [an underachieving side]. They don’t win anything. When was the last time they won something? With all the talent they have, all the skill-set.
“They’ve won in Australia twice [Test series in 2018/19 and 2020/21]. Magnificent, but the last few World Cups, been nowhere, in the last few T20 World Cups, been nowhere. They’re a good team, have got plenty of talent but with all the talent they have and the resource they have, I just don’t think they win.”