Hyderabad: Having re-established their dominance in the familiar environment of home conditions with three successive Test wins against Australia, India should strive to once again become a force to reckon with in alien conditions abroad, feels former captain Sourav Ganguly.
Observing that teams like England and South Africa perform well both at home and abroad, Ganguly hoped India would also become strong enough in all conditions.
"England does well home and away. England won here when they came to India. South Africa does well everywhere they play and so do Sri Lanka. But, we will have to wait and see. It is too early to say. We want India to do well (at) home and away. That's very important for us.
"That's what we have done in the last 10-11 years. Hopefully, we will become a team which is once again doing well home and overseas. As I said, it is a young team which needed a little bit of time. But that's what we want our team to be," Ganguly said.
Ganguly said a 4-0 whitewash of Australia in the ongoing Test series will be a "good thing" for the Indian cricket team after suffering a similar fate in Australia last year.