Gary Kirsten has a basic and maybe the best mantra for the cricket World Cup. The same mantra had helped the Indian side win the world title in 2011 and may well move the present group all in all correct in Australia.
Kirsten, who trained India to its second World Cup triumph four years prior, said the side must distinguish its qualities and shortcomings and detail its course of action likewise.
“Toward the end of the day, keeping in mind the end goal to be effective at any occasion you must be genuine about what you are good at and what you are bad at. It is extreme that you have to utmost the harm (things) you are bad at. Also I thought we did that well in 2011. We understood that it is not going to be our quality and restricted the harm there,” Kirsten said at an occasion sorted out by Royal Stag in the run-up to the World Cup.