Florida: The team's exit from the ICC World Cup was a sad feeling and disappointing. Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli said this at a press conference ahead of the three-match Twenty20 series against Windies. He said that a few days after his exit, it was very difficult for him but now he wants to leave it behind. "The first few days after being out of the World Cup were very difficult. But we are professional players and you have to put your life on track easily.
We have moved forward and every team has to overcome this kind of disappointment. "We have now recovered from what happened in the World Cup and are fine. We participated in the pre-match fielding session and spent some time on the field which was quite good. Every player in the team is excited and wants to perform well on the field. "Yes, our preparations for the T20 World Cup have begun.
We have to play 25-26 matches before and we have to find our best 11 and best 15 players depending on the circumstances. "This is a good opportunity for the youth to secure their place. The T20 World Cup will be played in Australia from October 18 to November 15.
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