WC 2003 - 'No need to press panic button, we have 4 games to go'

Published: Sunday, February 16, 2003, 23:53 [IST]
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New Delhi: Indian skipper Saurav Ganguly is "a bit worried" about India's continued batting nightmares but feels there is "nothing to panic" even after the humiliating loss to Australia in the World Cup league match."I have never seen Indian batting line-up play like this. I am a bit worried," Ganguly told a private television channel. "But there is nothing to panic. It is just the beginning of the tournament. We still have four games to go."From here on, we have to make sure that all of us take responsibility and score runs which will be the key." But Ganguly did not think the batsmen were not applying themselves to the task."It's not a question of lack of application. Everybody is a professional and knows what to do. We just have to regroup and score runs."We have to win at least three of the next four games and it is also important that we carry at least one win point into the super sixes. That would help us in qualifying for the semis," he said.Ganguly dismissed discussions on batting order as "foolish statements". PTI

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