The team must be left alone, introspection time: Smriti Mandhana

MELBOURNE: senior player from India Smriti Mandhana he asked that the team be left alone after his crush of 85 races for Australia at the ICC Women's T20 World Cup end on sunday.

Undefeated throughout the tournament, India was surpassed in all departments of the game by the defending champions, who achieved their fifth world title in the shortest format.

This is a moment of introspection. Failure teaches you much more than success. The team needs to be left alone and think about how we can be better in the next few years, Mandhana said after the game.

A slow start with the ball and in the field undermined India's attempts to reform the defending champions in their own backyard with the support of a crowd of 86,174 in the iconic MCG .

Mandhana believed that India is a team transformed into the shortest format, and attributed it to the head coach. WV Raman .

T20 was never our best format, one day it was definitely the preferred format. Now we are playing each format equally well. That is one thing that the coach has helped us with and we have developed massively, he said.

The young people who entered have completely changed the configuration and the best part of the tournament was that it was a complete performance of the team. That's something Raman has done: develop as a team, not just as one or two players. Today, it didn't work, but we have grown as a team, not just as one or two players.

Mandhana's disappointing T20 World Cup, which saw her achieve a maximum score of 17 in four innings, continued while India sank to 99 in total.

She also revealed that she told a cry Shafali Verma Be really proud of your performances despite a devastating final. Teen feeling Verma was distraught after going out for two with the bat and falling Alyssa Healy at nine.

Shafali and I were standing together when we received our medals. I was crying. I told him that I had to be really proud of the kind of campaign he had had. When I played my first World Cup at age 16. , He couldn't hit the ball 20 percent of what she can hit, Mandhana said.

You have to be really proud of the way you played, but I was upset about the way it came out. You are already thinking about how you can be better. I should leave her alone, that's all I can tell her.