India last won a tourney eleven years past and skipper Rohit Sharma is aware of his team can ought to do plenty of things right to raise the in demand trophy in Australia.
Their last International Cricket Council (ICC) trophy came back in 2013 once they won the Champions Trophy.
“If individuals can keep themselves calm and composed during the game we will get the results that we are looking for. It has been a while since we won the World Cup. “The motive and thought process is to win the World Cup but we know we need to do a lot of things right to get there. So one step at a time for us and focus on each team we are going to come against and not think about semis or finals,” Rohit said in a video posted on bcci.tv.
The 2022 T20 tourney is Rohit’s 1st International Cricket Council (ICC) event as captain. Virat Kohli had light-emitting diode Bharat within the previous T20 tourney twelve months past.
“It is a big honour to captain the side. my first World Cup as captain so I am excited about it. It is great opportunity to come here and do something special.
“Every time you come for a World Cup it is a great felling. We had a great camp (training) in Perth. We won two series at home recently but Australia will be a different challenge. Conditions will be challenging but there is a reason why we came here early.” India play their opening game against Pakistan in Melbourne on October 23.
“It is a big game to start with but we are going to keep relaxed and focus on what we need to do as individuals. That is going to be the key for us,” he added.