Washington Sundar recently gave a composed reply to a journalist at the pre-match press conference.
India lost the second ODI to Bangladesh by a narrow margin although there were some brilliant performances from Rohit Sharma, Shreyas Iyer, and Axar Patel.
Rohit failed to hit the last ball for a six which meant that India lost the game by 5 runs and the series 2-0.
However, there have been a few positives from this series. One such stand-out player for India has been Washington Sundar.
The all-rounder is in excellent form for India in both the departments of batting and bowling.
During the second ODI, Sundar picked up the crucial wickets of Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim.
Before the third ODI against Bangladesh, Sundar spoke on a variety of questions asked of him by the journalists present.
One such journalist termed India’s loss to Bangladesh as ‘very unusual’ and also asked about the ‘situation in the dressing room.’
Sundar gave a very calm and composed reply to this question and did not flinch one bit.
Sundar gives reply to journalist’s question
Every game is an opportunity to keep getting better and get the right rhythm and perform well as a team. There’s not going to be many games, so every game is very important for us. We are going to play good brand of cricket, we are going to keep improving no matter who we play. Our job is to play to our potential and to keep getting better wherever we have to. That’s the mindset we are in, and we keep looking at improving, wherever that might be.
Sundar has also stated that he wants to remain ready for any position in the Indian team in the format and has also expressed disappointment at not being able to play two T20 World Cups because of fitness issues.
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