Some Indian cricket fans may still be feeling hard to recover from the team’s loss in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Eversince India faced a crushing defeat in the semi-finals, it left so many hopes shattered. Virat leading the team and players giving their best, we can only imagine how majorly the setback impacts them. Virat has talked about being on the losing before but fans were eager to find out how he’s dealing with it and what his plans are going ahead.
Virat Kohli is back to the hustle of daily life and is settling into his routine. As per reports in Times of India, he is taking the setback pretty well.
“I have learnt most in my life from failures and setbacks. The worst setbacks have not only motivated me but also improved me as a person, made me understand the importance of those times more than the success. It makes you sit down and think about what you need to do now, build a road-map for yourself.”
Everyone wants to know how India is dealing as a team. Cricketing fans are heavily invested in the sport and everything that goes down on the pitch. But, the conversations amongst the team must be rather intense. Turns out, they are taking it pretty well.
“What we have spoken to the team is that you should be proud of the way you have played and must never forget that. The moment you start taking credit away from what you’ve done you start putting unnecessary pressure on yourself.”
The cricketer strongly feels that players shouldn’t beat themselves up over loses. And that there’s a thin line between consistency and complacency.
“Consistency and success is nothing but repeating the same things day in and day out. It’s actually boring.”
Indian cricket fandom can collectively heave a sigh of relief as the players are doing just fine.
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