Rahul Dravid talked about how the Indian cricket team felt after they lost in the World Cup final. He said
the dressing room was full of disappointment among the players and support staff.
As the head coach, Dravid found it tough to see the players’ emotions, especially after knowing the hard work and sacrifices they had made.+
Dravid praised Rohit Sharma’s leadership and the positive style of cricket the team played throughout the tournament.
He acknowledged Rohit’s commitment to the team and his personal contributions, describing him as an exceptional leader.
When asked about his future as a coach, Dravid mentioned that he hasn’t thought about it yet and will reflect on it later.
Regarding India’s history of faltering in ICC events’ finals, he dismissed the idea that the team played with fear and emphasized that they approached each match with a positive mindset.
Dravid admitted that he couldn’t pinpoint a specific reason for India’s inability to win an ICC trophy in the last decade.
Despite the team’s good mental space before the final, he explained that they didn’t execute their plans well, and Australia played better on the day.
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