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Despite falling short of their goal in the 2023 AFC Asian Cup, India’s national football team has made notable progress under the leadership of manager Igor Stimac. Although their campaign concluded with a group stage exit, the team demonstrated resilience and promising performances in a tougher group compared to previous tournaments.

India’s displays against strong opponents such as Australia and Syria showcased their potential for growth and development. Additionally, the team’s defensive solidity and attacking threat indicate positive strides made under Stimac’s leadership. While India’s campaign ultimately ended with a series of “what-ifs” and missed opportunities, the tournament highlighted the potential for future success.

Moving forward, India’s success in international tournaments will depend on continued improvement within the domestic football structure. Enhancing the Indian Super League and nurturing young talent through the system will be vital in producing more decisive and skilled players capable of competing at a high level.

The team’s current 18th ranking in Asia reflects the progress made in recent years. While there is still a gap between India and the top teams, the continued development and growth of Indian football offer hope for the future.

As the team looks toward the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifying rounds, there is an opportunity to reach new heights and achieve significant milestones in Indian football history. The challenge now lies with the All India Football Federation (AIFF) and Igor Stimac to capitalize on the progress made and lead India to further success in the future.

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