Our failure in crunch situations - what is the reason?

@hiveenu (521)
March 27, 2007 6:18am CST
Hi, most of us indians, be in sports, entertainment, real life situations, academics or otherwise, most often fail in do or die situations. What is the reason? Is it that we are brought up timidly, told to avoid confrontations, made to bend to social injustices right from our childhood, forced to just watch others suffering without helping for fear of getting in to problems? Are the cricketers exhibiting OUR uncertainities and timid tendencies on field which is making us more angry and impotent than usual? Are we vainly searching something in them of which we are not capable in our daily life, which is making us disappointed unduly? Share your views. Thanks.
2 responses
@diptesh14 (224)
• India
27 Mar 07
i think it happens top all and indian team is not exceptional, what we have to do is learn from our mistakes
@Bhutto (742)
• India
27 Mar 07
As our players are over dosed with money the killer instinct is missing.They took us all for a ride in the West Indies.