Former Australian spinner Brad Hogg named the team in WTC 2021-23

In the second Test at Lord’s, the Indian cricket team took a 1-0 lead in the five-match Test series by beating the hosts England by a huge margin. India made a big jump at the ICC World Test Championship (WTC). In the second Test, India defeated England by 151 runs. After a spectacular victory in the Lord’s Test, India have secured 12 points in the World Test Championship points list. He now has a total of 14 points and has reached second. With this in mind, former Australian spinner Brad Hogg has already described India as a champion of the ICC World Test Championship 2021-23.

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Hogg spoke on his YouTube channel, praising the Indian team. “There is no alternative in world cricket that can stop the Indian team at this time,” he said. He called India a fighter and said they were a team that wanted to win at any cost. The former spinner said, ‘This Indian team is going to create a lot of havoc. She is a strong contender to become the champion of the second season of the WTC. I don’t see any other team beating this team.

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West Indies topped the scoring list with a thrilling win over Pakistan. While West Indies are two points lower than India, their percentage points are higher. That is why they are at the top of this list. England are third on the list with two points. Hogg continued, “One of the things I like about this team is they create a positive culture of the team they want to play to win every game. It doesn’t matter what position they are in. They are fighters, they come out of tough situations.

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