Mohammed Azharuddin, an ex-Indian skipper, said that he’ll be upset if India would fail on winning the 2011 cricket World Cup which is being hosting by India together with Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Azhar said that the India team was a fine blend of talented teens and experienced campaigners who have the potential on lifting the World Cup title. So he’d really be disappointed if they will fail to do so.
The former skipper said that Sri Lanka would be the biggest threat to India since it has already become the game’s formidable following development in all departments.
He said there should be stronger regulations on controlling the match-fixing which brought cricket a bad image.
Azhar said that India earned some popularity and ill-will after the Commonwealth Games.
The former captain is reported to be in the city condoling the family of his friend’s death.