Kevin Pietersen Tweets Cricketers Are “Not Robots”: Support Of Team India
T20 World Cup, IND versus NZ: Having not yet dominated a game in the continuous T20 World Cup, Team India has gone under a lot of analysis recently. Fans and savants have erupted at Virat Kohli and the group the executives for an assortment of reasons, going from procedure to player determination after India’s Super 12 loss to New Zealand on Sunday. Kane Williamson’s side fixed a simple eight-wicket triumph. In the meantime, India was likewise pounded by Pakistan in their mission opener, losing by 10 wickets. The outcomes have diminished the group’s expectations of advancing to the elimination rounds however Kohli and his men got support from previous England chief Kevin Pietersen.
The previous cricketer requested that everybody not deal with the players like “robots” as “they need support consistently”.
Taking to Twitter, Pietersen stated, “There is a victor and a failure in the game. No player goes out to lose. It is my best honor to address your country. If it’s not too much trouble, understand that individuals in the game are not robots and they need support consistently.”
खेल में एक विजेता और एक हारने वाला होता है। कोई भी खिलाड़ी हारने के लिए बाहर नहीं जाता है। अपने देश का प्रतिनिधित्व करना सबसे बड़ा सम्मान है। कृपया महसूस करें कि खेल के लोग रोबोट नहीं हैं और उन्हें हर समय समर्थन की आवश्यकता है।
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) November 1, 2021
Pietersen‘s tweet comes after Jasprit Bumrah accused “bubble exhaustion, mental weariness” for India’s new outcomes. After India’s misfortune against New Zealand. The pacer was inquired as to whether players were exhausted after the IPL season. Which finished up seven days 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.”
“Along these lines, all of that occasionally play on the rear of your brain. Yet, when you’re on the field, you don’t think about that load of things… Clearly remaining in an air pocket and avoiding your family for such a significant stretch of time assumes apart”. “The BCCI likewise made an honest effort to cause us to feel good… It’s a troublesome time. There’s a pandemic continuing, so we attempt to adjust however at times bubble weakness, mental weariness additionally sneaks in”, he added.
Since the start of the Covid pandemic, a large portion of the cricketers in the current Indian group have been living in bio-secure air pockets. Which included IPL 2020, IPL 2021 Cricketers, India’s visit through Australia and England, and so forth
For their forthcoming matches, India faces Afghanistan, Scotland, Namibia and will plan to seal wins. Kohli and Ravi Shastri will depend a ton on New Zealand’s outcome against Afghanistan on Sunday for movement into the elimination rounds.