'Without any doubt, I would say that this is the best Indian team ever,' said Kapil, who is here to take part in the second edition of the World Cricket Legends - 15-a-side cricket tournament in the wild between former India and South African players, organised by Beyond Boundaries.
'When you have so many records, so much experience and have done so well, you can't complain about anything at all,' he added.
Kapil feels that one should never compare two generations and feels that we should always believe that our next generation is better than the previous one. That's mantra of moving forward, the legendary all-rounder opined.
'You can never compare a son with his father. The fathers never had the modern day gadgets that their sons are used to nowadays. Yet they worked tirelessly to get everything for their kids. That's why it is unfair to compare to generations. But you always want your son to be better than you,' he said.
'The next generation has always been and will be better than the previous one. If it is not then we aren't moving forward as a society. If you at all have to compare, I would say this team is far better.'
Kapil, meanwhile, denied that there is any extra pressure on Sachin Tendulkar to score his hundredth international ton, stating that the champion batsman has been handling pressure since he made his debut.
'When was Tendulkar not under pressure? Since age of 16, we have been putting pressure on him like comparing him with Sir Don Bradman and all that. He is always under pressure. I wonder if he would be able to perform if you don't write about him, talk to him and there is no crowd.