Haven’t won a match in the advanced yet T20 World Cup, Team India has come under a lot of criticism lately. Fans and experts praised Virat Kohli and the team management for various reasons, ranging from strategy to player selection after India’s Super 12 defeat on Sunday against New Zealand. Kane Williamson’s team clinched an easy victory by eight wickets. Meanwhile, India were also hammered by Pakistan in their campaign launch campaign and lost by 10 wickets. The results diminished the team’s hopes of advancing to the semi-finals, but Kohli and his men received support from the former English captain. Kevin Pietersen.
The former cricketer asked everyone not to treat the players like “robots” as “they need support at all times”.
Pietersen wrote on Twitter, “There is a winner and a loser in the game. No player goes out to lose. It is the greatest honor to represent your country. Please realize that the people in the game are not robots. is not and they need support at all times. ”
– Kevin Pietersen (@ KP24) 1 November 2021
Pietersen’s tweet comes after Jasprit Bumrah blamed “bubble fatigue, mental fatigue” for India’s recent results. Following India’s defeat to New Zealand, the pacemaker was asked if players were tired after the IPL season which ended a week before the T20 World Cup.
He said: “Absolutely, sometimes you need a break. You miss your family. You’ve been on the road for six months.”
“So, it all plays out in the back of your mind sometimes. But when you’re on the field, you do not think of all those things. Clearly you live in a bubble and stay away from your family period for so long does play a role. . “
“The BCCI has also tried their best to make us feel comfortable. This is a difficult time. There is a pandemic going on, so we try to adapt, but sometimes fatigue bubbles, mental fatigue also creeps in,” he said. he added.
Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, most cricketers in the current Indian team have been living in bio-safe bubbles covering IPL 2020, IPL 2021, India’s tour of Australia and England, etc.
For their upcoming matches, India will face Afghanistan, Scotland, Namibia and will aim to achieve victories. Kohli and Ravi Shastri will rely heavily on New Zealand’s result against Afghanistan on Sunday for advancing to the semi-finals.
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