Bangalore, Sept. 28 : Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has said that he missed being part of the Twenty20 World Cup.
“If India wins, you miss being part of the team. Yes, I missed being part of the Twenty20 World Cup,” Ganguly said.
Ganguly, who had a word of appreciation for Dhoni's captaincy, said the Australians were good, but Indian bowlers were also doing well.
When asked about Twenty20 cricket, he said, “One has to get adjusted to the three formats being played.”
He, however, felt that India must not rest on its laurels and not take Australia lightly in the upcoming seven-match ODI series.
The left-hander along with Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid had opted out of the tournament in South Africa to give youngsters a chance.
On Thursday, Ponting said that India's cricketing big guns Dravid, Tendulkar and Ganguly would be targeted by his team during the forthcoming seven one-day internationals in India.
According to him, India's win in the Twenty20 World Cup is "past" and both teams are now looking forward to the one-day series. (With inputs from ANI)