India last won a big trophy in 2013 when the sub-continent team thumped England in the final of the Champions Trophy. Since then, it has been a story of regular failures in important matches. Rohit Sharma’s team has a chance to break the drought in the ICC World Test Championship Final against Australia.

Former Australia player Matthew Hayden feels India are often beaten by rival teams due to their weak mindset.

“It is not the question of skills as it is down to mindset. Cricket is like a religion in India and the players can’t go outside. Same is the case in Pakistan. However, things are different in Australia. We can enjoy. The players need a space in India,” he said.

Hayden said players shouldn’t be worried about the outcome of the game.

“Don’t think about the outcome and the trophy. Enjoy the moment and give your best. Buy into the process,” he added.