Former India captain Sourav Ganguly didn’t want to get into the emotional component and said longevity would be judged by performance.
I don’t have too much faith in the last time, the first time. I believe in the performances. I think they’re 34-35 years old, I don’t know what’s going to happen at the next world championships. There are world tournaments every year – T20 cricket, 50-over cricket, he said on Star Sports.
It’s not like in the past when we started – once every four years and then the Champions Trophy came along. So it’s about performances, and I’m sure that Rohit as captain and Virat will want to make it big not from a personal standpoint, but from a winning standpoint. I think that’s the most important thing, he added.