Recently, during their World Cup tour, the Indian team took a short break in the midst of the games and spent some fun-filled moments in the picturesque town of Dharamsala. The team management had planned some exciting and adventurous activities to keep the environment light and the players’ spirits high in the midst of the high-pressure tournament.
One of the activities that the team was engaged in was mountain trekking, which the support staff thoroughly enjoyed. All the team members were into this activity, including head coach Rahul Dravid, batting coach Vikram Rathore, and bowling coach Paras Mhambrey. They can be seen immersing themselves in nature and embracing the challenging climb.
Meanwhile, we can see that Virat Kohli showed his interest in something spiritual by visiting an ashram and spending time in peace and calmness. In addition to these individual and thrilling activities, the team management also organized a ramp show for the players and support staff at the team hotel. Each player should flaunt the ramp like a model does in a fashion show, as these cheerful activities were only arranged to make the Indian team light and relax before the upcoming matches. While it remains unclear who judged the show and who emerged as the winner, the Indian team ended their night with a great bonding session.
The Indian cricket team’s success in the ongoing tournament is marvelous, and the players are not only enjoying and celebrating each other’s success but are also openly expressing their admiration for the team spirit. According to one player, the Indian team is one family that unites them with love and commitment towards their country, India.
The team’s performance on the field has been nothing short of exceptional, as they have won all five games played so far, which have brought loud applause for the entire team. This winning environment boosted the self-confidence of the team players, which undoubtedly contributed to their overall performance.
This World Cup also has something surprising for the Indian team: the concept of the best fielder medal will be presented to the deserving player during the World Cup, which will surely promote healthy competition and outstanding fielding efforts. After each game, the fielding coach identifies the best fielder of the match and presents them with a unique medal, adding an extra element of motivation and appreciation for the players.
As the Indian team prepares to face their next match against England at Lucknow’s Ekana Stadium, the team’s refreshed and rejuvenated spirits are sure to serve as an asset in their quest for victory.