The former Australian captain believes India has been well served by fast bowlers such as Shami, Sharma, Bumrah and Siraj.
Irfan Pathan attributed India's loss in the WTC final against New Zealand at Southampton recently to lack of match practice.
Ravichandran Ashwin has said that skipper Virat Kohli never demanded that the WTC final should be a three-match affair.
New Zealand won the rain-marred summit clash against India by eight wickets to bag the winning purse of Rs 12 crore along with an ICC Test Championship Mace.
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Kyle Jamieson, who was the Man of the Match for his seven wickets in the final, felt nervous while watching the action from the dressing room.
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New Zealand beat India by eight wickets in the rain-affected WTC final in Southampton with Williamson scoring an unbeaten half-century in a modest 139-run chase.
Kyle Jamieson rattled India at the start of the sixth day, accounting for overnight batsmen Pujara and Kohli, to leave them struggling.
Sachin Tendulkar feels Kyle Jamieson is very different from the other Kiwi bowlers and he has the potential to become one of the leading all-rounders in world cricket.
Having taken over from one of the world's best captains in MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli always had tough boots to fill.
The New Zealand team arrived home on Saturday and now the entire contingent will undergo 14-day mandatory isolation.
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A complete effort on the Reserve Day saw New Zealand edging India in a final which had its ebbs and flows in the first innings.
Eleven cricketers and eight support staff members returned to Auckland via Singapore.
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