The frustration does not show but Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday said he does get upset at times when a teammate makes a fielding mistake.
"I do get frustrated at times when a mistake is made on the field. But I feel there's no point in abusing him there. I prefer to go back into the dressing room and point out his mistake. That helps him more", Dhoni said after unveiling the Indian team's new one day kit -- bold blue in colour -- along with other teammates.
Dhoni described the forthcoming tour of New Zealand as a tough assignment but said whether at home or away, international cricket was always a difficult proposition.
"It's better to start as underdogs (in a series). It's going to be tough, but international cricket is tough whether at home or away. We have heard how beautiful it (New Zealand) is. We would enjoy the tour and hopefully would come back with a couple of trophies.
"We don't bother whether we are playing Sri Lanka or any other country", he said.