Team India: The Indian cricket team has emerged as the best team of the last decade followed by Australia and England. Team India stands out amongst the cricket playing nations, which has been consistently performing reasonably well over the past decade. The Indian team has seen many ups and downs in the previous ten years. From cricket legendary Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble, Kapil Dev, Zaheer Khan to modern-day greats Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and MS Dhoni, has taken the team to new heights. Take a look at the three best teams of the last decade as mentioned below in the article.
After Saurav Ganguly's retirement, it was MS Dhoni, who led the side in the most appropriate manners. He was named as India's skipper across all the formats including ODIs, T20Is, and Tests as well. Popularly known by 'Captain Cool' as he remains calm and composed and whenever Team India needs him back, he delivered his goods. Dhoni, reckon as the best finishers of the white-ball cricket. Under his captaincy, many cricketers were brightened their future in one of the most exciting sports globally.
Moreover, India topped the table of the 'Best Team of Last Decade' followed by the five-time WC champions - Australia cricket team, and then came the 2019 ICC World Cup winner, England cricket team. Each team has played over 400 games in the last ten years in which India's winning %age comes out to be the best among other playing nations.
India have played a total of 462 matches overall, in which they have won 281 and lost 144 with a winning percentage of 60.82 and topped the standings. The Australian cricket team is in second place with 236 wins and 157 losses with a 55.4 winning percentage while the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup-winning team, England, which has played 435 games in the last decade, has won 227 and lost 167 with a 52.18 win %age.
India have won the ICC Cricket World Cup twice - 1983 and 2011, has won the ICC T20 World Cup, held in 2007. Also, India have won the Champions trophy two times, however, once over the past decade. Under the captaincy of ''Captain Cool'' MS Dhoni in 2013.