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Virat Kohli stresses that every given statement is 'one step' in the sense that the world is gone.

Virat Kohli told reporters after a five-day match against Bangladesh in Indore 'A day before Australian El Rwander Glenn Maxwell made a decision to quit the game' one day before he came out of tension. Century was created in International Mach



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Indoor-India Sports Stress has been a taboo subject for most of the year. But on Wednesday, cricket captain Virat Kohli launched the theme to reveal the stubbornness that he realized five years ago in the difficult phase of his career "that his world is gone".

Virat Kohli told reporters after a five-day match against Bangladesh in Indore 'A day before Australian El Rwander Glenn Maxwell made a decision to quit the game' one day before he came out of tension. Century was created in International Mach.

Stressing that they support Maxwell's decision "completely" Kohli said, "I have gone through a phase like this in my career. I was feeling like my world was ending.

I didn't know what to do and what to say to someone 'how to speak' how to communicate.

To be honest I didn't say that mentally I'm great and I need to get away from the game. Because you don't know how it could have been taken.

You know when you're on the international stage, 'Every player in your squad contacts you' is the ability to speak. "

Kohli was referring to a tour of England in 2014 when he scored just 134 runs in ten innings.

Like this player, many players have gone through years of high pressure in sports.

Former England players Marcus Trescothick, Jonathan Trott and Grammy Fowler and New Zealand senior Richard Hadley are among those who have acknowledged the struggle for tension.

"I think what Galen (Maxwell) has done is remarkable. He has set an example for cricketers all over the world," Kohli said.

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