Psychologists, psychotherapists and what-have-you seem to be doing good business from helping players cope with something that – when all is said and done – is sport.
They are helping nerve-shattered fans, too, after the tense Cricket World Cup final between England and New Zealand, a game ultimately decided by the number of boundaries scored by each side.
On the strength of this, England won the cup.
Would the toss of a coin have been fairer? Or should the title have been shared?
No matter. The fact is a lot of Black Cap fans found their stress levels raised and the NZ Herald fretted:
“Kiwis have been left emotionally bruised today after New Zealand came just centimetres from winning the Cricket World Cup.”
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