Perth: Sourav Ganguly has "accepted" the fact that the current Indian team cannot win Test matches on foreign soil and urged the national selectors to take tough and honest decisions, keeping in mind the best for Indian cricket.
India on Sunday lost the Perth Test by an innings and 37 runs to concede a 0-3 lead in the four-match series against Australia.
"I cannot remember any Indian team going through such a dreadful run overseas for such a long time.... But to see India surrender again so meekly in the second innings was not a disappointment. It was expected, and now it's accepted that this team can't win away from home," the former India skippper wrote in his column for 'The Age'.