Playing so many games in a month is difficult for the body: KL Rahul

MAUNGANUI ASSEMBLY: KL Rahul on Sunday he said that performing so frequently for international matches is hard for the body, adding the captain of India virat Kohli Recent observation about programming.

Just out of his effort to win the Man of the Series in the laundering of India 5-0 to New Zealand in the T20 Internationals, Rahul spoke about the ability of the team to consistently produce striking performances despite having little time to recover , thanks to a tight calendar.

Every month we have been playing so many games. It is hard for the body, so we have been working hard, to keep ourselves mentally and physically to continue presenting performances like this, Rahul said after the victory of seven Indian races in the final. match here

Since the Australian series at home, Rahul has assumed the additional responsibility of maintaining the wicket.

This was also India's last T20I of the 2019-20 season, which has seen them face the West Indies (twice), South Africa, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka previously at home.

India has played 11 games in the last month.

When asked about the key findings before the T20 World Cup, Rahul said the team managed to win high pressure games.

Every time we have been challenged and pushed, and we play against some really competitive teams. We have always been calm, that has been the best option. Previously we had series in which we would win the series and we would not be challenged. But the latest series have been really challenging for us.

It is phenomenal, it is the dream of a coach and a captain, to play and work like this. We have a common goal as I said and we are working to achieve it.

Before the start of the tour, Kohli said that cricketers are getting closer to landing at the stadium and playing head on.

Well, it's definitely getting closer and closer to landing at the stadium and playing straight. That's how compressed the game has become ...

But I think this kind of trip and getting to a place, which is seven hours before India time, is always difficult to adjust immediately, Kohli said on the eve of the first T20I, which was less than a week later beating Australia at home.