aspires to be a versatile player for the team: Washington Sundar

Washington Sundar said that every game is a chance to improve and that every game is a chance to grow stronger . The 23-year-old said he wants to contribute to the team, continue to excel and improve in every aspect of the game .

Chattogram Bangladesh, December 9 : Washington Sundar, an India all-rounder, shared his thoughts on his emergence as a multi-dimensional player for the team on Friday and said the team needs to win games from different angles as part of their third ODI with Bangladesh.Sundar said at a press conference on Friday that every game is a chance to improve and that every game is a chance to improve.India has already lost the series after being defeated by Bangaldesh in the first two matches.You need to be a player who can play in any situation, in any combination, and wherever the team requires during the World Cup next year.

The all-rounder said I want to contribute to the team, continue to excel and improve in every aspect of the game.He stressed the importance of the matches that the Indian team is playing before the World Cup and said that the team is working to improve and get better with every challenge.Any game is a chance to grow stronger.In the next ten months, we won't be playing a lot of games, so each game is a challenge for us.

Sundar explained that we would continue to strive to improve in each round.The 23-year-old expressed displeasure with missing out on the World Cup due to injury and said he is trying to be in the moment and striving to get better.It's been disconcerting to have suffered injuries in the past.Want to stay in the present and win games for India?

Talking about the last game of the ODI series and Bangladesh's chances at the forthcoming World Cup, he said, We want to win and play our best cricket.There are some things you can do and keep an eye on it.We need to stick to the plan and finish the series on a high note.Bangladesh is a high-quality country.

At home, they only lost to England.They are incredibly strong in subcontinental conditions.They will all like a good tournament going into the World Cup, according to the left-hand batter, which he said has been focusing on his power-hitting ability, which is a significant requirement for the role in which he is assigned and the number he bats in for the team.In the last few years, I've been doing such things.

I am glad that all my hard work is paying off.According to the emerging all-rounder, he hoped it would continue to be so.In the third ODI, India will face Bangladesh at Chattogram's Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.The men in blue will aim to win the last ODI and close the series on a high note.

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