Birmingham: Former India cricket captain Sourav Ganguly has said the World No.1 Test side has looked pretty ordinary against England in the ongoing four-match series.
India suffered a 196-run loss at Lord's and crashed to a 319-run defeat in the second Test at Trent Bridge. The visitors are now staring at their third consecutive loss in Edgbaston and are likely to lose their No.1 status to England.
"I agree (with the criticism), and let us accept we were very ordinary. The worst day was Thursday (second day of the match where India could take only three wickets for 372 runs from 90 overs). I have not seen an Indian team like this in the last 10 years," Ganguly told BBC's Test Match Special.