Indian batsman Virat Kohli has felt that ensuring the external pressure won’t affect their game is the biggest challenge for their team during the Cricket World Cup.
Kohlin said at a media interaction that a huge pressure is playing the World Cup itself since there’ll be lots of people who expect them to do very well and handling the pressure by not getting distracted by that is the biggest challenge for them.
He added that no one likes to get injured and he said that when one plays much cricket, his body would tend to get exhausted and injuries would happen. He said that one may be the fittest but he can suddenly twist his ankle and worse, will be out for around six months.
Kohlin further said that it’s definitely not good to get injured and nobody has got injured intentionally, and it’s unfortunate for them since some of their players sustain injuries.