Post Loss, Kohli Welcomes Break
The Morning Standard|October 26, 2021
It was one of those days for India. They were completely outplayed by Pakistan in all departments of the game, resulting in a 10-wicket loss. It was a tough pill for Virat Kohli and co to swallow considering they were looked upon as one of the title favourites. When teams lose in such style, they take time to recover. So it’s a touch of good fortune that their next game, against New Zealand, is only on Saturday. It gives the team time to recover.

It would not be wrong to say that the Indian players have not had much time to breathe in the last few months with a hectic schedule. Several of the players were involved in the tour of England, and not to forget the second leg of the IPL. It comes as no surprise that the skipper also welcomed the upcoming break.

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