Unmukt Chand feels being patient is the key to success

Updated: 31 August 2012 14:39 IST

India U-19 captain Unmkut Chand believes being patient is the best way to approach life. He led his team to World Cup victory in Australia and while he returned to a rousing reception, was also barred from writing his 2nd year examination.

New Delhi:

India U-19 captain Unmkut Chand believes being patient is the best way to approach life. He led his team to World Cup victory in Australia and while he returned to a rousing reception, was also barred from writing his 2nd year examination.

"I'm hopeful that the issue will be sorted out, I did not know that it will become such a big issue before I reached Delhi but definitely things are expected to be sorted out," he said.

"I think being patient is the best approach to life. I have been patient," he told members of the press here on Friday. "Success does not always come easily. One has to work hard." ( Related read: Unmukt may lose a year in college)

Speaking of the tournament Down Under, Chand said it was tough but he was glad to have come out on top with his side. " We had plans in place and I am glad it worked out well for us." (Related read: Dhoni backs Unmukt)

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