New Delhi, Mar 16: India's opening batsman Virender Sehwag feels Team India should get over the losses suffered during the Australia tour.
India were beaten 4-0 in the Test series and crashed out of the ODI tri-series tournament.
"Wins and losses are part of life. We did not bat well in Australia and we lost the series. But we are faring well in the ongoing Asia Cup," Sehwag said. "We need to be positive and support the side. Support is vital."
Sehwag recalled the support shown by his then captain Sourav Ganguly during the start of his career proved to be crucial, "Ganguly backed me and that gave me a lot of confidence," he said.
The senior batsman is left out of the Asia Cup and is currently recovering from a shoulder injury, but he was confident of getting back among runs.
"I have already started working on my injuries and hope to get rid of the inflammation soon. Injuries have worried me a lot but I hope to be a lot fitter, especially relating to the shoulder injury," said Sehwag.
Meanwhile, Sehwag dismissed recent match-fixing claims made by a london-based daily, "No one in the Indian team is involved in fixing I can promise you that," said Sehwag.