Ind Vs Eng: Kohli went into depression after losing to England, revealed in interview

New Delhi: Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, is seen to be happy on today's date, but there was a time when he was facing depression. Virat Kohli himself revealed this fact during an interview. He has spoken openly on this issue. Team India captain Virat Kohli says that he wants to raise awareness over mental health in cricket.

Kohli, known as the Run Machine, said that he had gone through a deputation after India's Test series in England in 2014, players who go through this phase need a specialist. Virat Kohli said in a discussion with cricket commentator Mark Nicholas that personally speaking, it happens that you feel lonely even among many people. I would not say that I did not have people to talk to, but there was no expert who could understand what I was going through. I think it's a big factor. I would like to see some changes to it.

Team India captain Virat Kohli said that players often get out after going through poor form, but this is not the solution for people suffering from poor mental health. Virat Kohli said that many people have to struggle with this for a long time. Sometimes this continues for a month or for the entire cricket season. Many people do not emerge from it. He said that the situation of that person is very serious at that time, I believe that in such a situation, expert help is required. If this does not happen, then people have to fight on their own.

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