Working hard as we do not have many left-handed players in India: Sunil Chhetri

Kolkata: In the 35th minute, Sunil Chhetri knows that he does not have much left over for the national team, so at the start of the new year, the captain of the Indian team wants to work hard on his game while trying to guide the team. by 2023 Asia Cup in China.

I understand that I don't have as many games left for my nation, Chhetri said Friday.

Chhetri, who came second behind Cristiano Ronaldo, is on the list of the most active international goalscorers in world football.

Chhetri, India's leading scorer, called Indian head Igor Stimac "a 29-year-old."

I need to work hard now, ”he sounded when he pushed Stimac's thoughts.

“As a team, we need to win as much as possible. The ultimate goal is to qualify for the AFC Asia Cup China 2023. We need to graduate regularly to the continent and there is no compromise in that. "

“The trust of the club is unfounded. There is no reason why I cannot live in China, ”he added.

India are currently three points clear of five World Cup qualifiers and are in line for the Asian champions Qatar – who had a goalless draw at home in Guwahati on 26 January.

I am happy that my team has 5-6 players playing in the country. It would be great if we included that number. A lot of power lies in the age of & # 39; the youngest. It is important that we continue to do what we do. . The most important thing is that we can never be worried or upset, ”said Chhetri, trader at Indian Super League (ISL) Bengaluru FC.

"Bengaluru FC have done well at home. We want to continue the work in our country and we really want to get better in Asia," he said.

Chhetri, who has scored 72 goals in his name, admits that his goal is to be a better person than I am in 2019.

Personally, I will not stop being a better human being. In a nutshell, not to make big appointments, I need to be calm, read more, spend more time with my loved ones, and stay focused on nature and the environment.

"You can never stop learning about different cultures by traveling to different places. And, no matter what happens to you, continue the healthy eating habits."

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