Can not win tournament on a player's own player – Tendulkar
Sachin said: Our players have played enough cricket, they know their role
new Delhi. Sachin Tendulkar believes that even though Virat Kohli is good for performing well, he can not win the World Cup without the support of his teammates. In an interview, Tendulkar discussed the Indian team selected for the World Cup and the batting on the position of number 4. In an interview given to the news agency, Sachin said, "I think that you always have some players who perform well in every match. However, you can not do much without support from the team. You can not win a tournament on the basis of only one player. As long as there is no other performance on important occasions, there is no way to do this. If it does not happen then it will be disappointing. Sachin was asked if there is a similar pressure on Kohli, like Sachin was in the 1996, 1999 and 2003 World Cups. 'There are players batting at No. 4 in the team'
On the question of batting at number 4, Tendulkar said, "We think we have batsmen who can do this work. Number 4 is only a number. I do not see any special problem with this. Our boys have played enough cricket. They know their role, then they are number 4, 6 or 8. It is important to keep things in mind.
'Flat pitches and 2 new balls made bowlers difficult'
"Two new balls on flat pitches have made the match unilaterally, it has become more difficult for the bowlers' life, a team has 350 runs, and the other team achieves this goal in 45 overs. The ball is always hard, I want to say that when did you last see the reverse swing in one-day matches? "
'In the first death overs the ball was soft'
He said, "When we played, there was a new ball, the ball started to swing from 28th and 30th over, some teams started to swing swing more quickly. And it used to change its color too. There were some challenges for the batsmen of that time, but now the balls are hard and the bats are getting better. "
'Role of wrist spinners will be important'
Tendulkar believes that the role of wrist spinners will be important in the tournament. He said, "We have two such bowlers in the form of Yuswendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav, although they were not successful in the home series against Australia, despite this, the impact will not be in England, there are many such bowlers who are batting fast However, they get success, therefore, Kuldeep-Chahal does not have to worry about Australia series. "