World Cup semi-finals defeat continues to hurt even today
New Zealand defeated India by 18 runs in the semi-finals of the World Cup 2019. KL Rahul, who was the team’s opener in that match, recently said that most of the players of the team have not yet recovered from that defeat.
The Indian team’s semi-final defeat in the 2019 Cricket World Cup not only broke Team India’s dream of becoming world champion for the third time, but also broke the hearts of crores of fans.
Even after about 10 months of the World Cup, the pain of that defeat still persists in Team India. Indian team bowling coach Bharat Arun has said that the team still has the grief of that defeat, but now the goal of the team has changed.
Attention to great performance in T20 World Cup
Due to the coronavirus epidemic and the lockdown caused by it, Bharat Arun is at home like the rest of the team. During this, while talking to YouTube channel ‘Fancode’, Arun said that the team’s eyes are now on the best performance in the T20 World Cup.
Arun said, “The grief of the defeat of the World Cup is still intact. Its pain is still there and we will try our best so that there is no shortage in our preparations and we can perform brilliantly in the World Cup (T20). ”
Arun said that to win the World Cup, the team will have to prepare a good plan and then it will have to be fielded in the same way.
World Cup decision on 10 June
However, the situation on the T20 World Cup is not clear at the moment. There is continuing speculation in Australia about this tournament to be held in October-November this year. It is believed that it is difficult to organize such a big tournament due to the impact of the coronavirus epidemic.
It was to be decided at the ICC board meeting held on May 28, but this was postponed for the next meeting to be held on June 10.