M S Dhoni: Tough to bear stress of losing constantly
"It becomes tough. You start questioning yourself. That's the reason all of us are human beings and the only ones who say that they don't get bothered (by defeats) are the ones who lie," Dhoni told reporters at the post-match media conference after winning the second Test against Australia.
"If you go through a tough situation, it's bound to happen. You will feel the pressure but at the end of the day, you want to do well for your country. In that scenario, nothing works for you but you have to remain focused and not let the extra negative thoughts to creep in.
"As human beings, why we are so developed is because of the curiosity and emotional connect in our nature," he replied to a query on how he was feeling after 0-8 whitewash in England and Australia.
Reminded about becoming the Indian skipper with most number of Test wins (22), surpassing Sourav Ganguly, Dhoni seemed as if he couldn't care less.
"I think it's over-rated and hyped. Because, the way I see the dressing room now, I don't see them (players) bothered about who has won how many games. What's important is to win Test matches. The more consistent we are, better it is
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