We are playing well as a unit and there is no need to take any undue pressure: Raina

Colombo: Suresh Raina who played a match winning innings in the third ODI against Sri Lanka said that India will continue the way they have been playing and will not take any undue pressure.

Raina said that the all the players will play their natural game and said that the team is looking good. Raina said that before the series started the team was looking for around four-five centuries and till now Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir have achieved the feat, so there is a lot of work to be done.

About his own form, Raina said that over the years he has learned how to bat with the tail-enders, but in the last game his partner was the all-rounder Irfan Pathan which made his job a bit easy.

Raina said that he plays according to situation as when he comes in early he makes sure that he there till the last ball and when he comes in the power-plays, he has the responsibility of getting a few quick runs.



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