Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2018: Cards hamper India's game as Australia maintain winning run in tournament
It’s been a long time since India had so many cards within three matches in a tournament. Worse, they always seem to be playing with ten instead of a solid eleven lined up.
India, who have rested many senior players for the tournament, had lost their opener to Argentina 2-3 before drawing 1-1 with England.
Irrespective of the technical committee's decision, India's display in the Champions Trophy final shows that they have the talent and maturity to rise to the occasion. Rio should be the ideal stage for a similar display. It's time they make consistency their calling card.