Virat Kohlis hard advice for Australian team

Virat Kohlis hard advice for Australian team

"The first hundred was special". Our transition started here when I became the captain for the first time.

"We have to tip our hat to India, we know how tough it is to win in Australia so congrats to Virat and (coach) Ravi (Shastri) because it's a huge achievement", said Australia captain Tim Paine. "It's a terrific moment".

Australia were without their two key batsmen - Steve Smith and David Warner - but had their frontline bowlers at their disposal throughout the four Tests.

The Indian team scripted history on Monday by recording a historic truimph in a Test series Down Under.

Kohli ranked the success above the the 2011 World Cup triumph, where he was a junior member of the side. India will face Australia in three ODI matches starting from 12th January, and the visitors would have to be wary of a strong comeback from the hurting hosts.

India, which only needed to avoid a defeat here to clinch the series, effectively ended the match as a contest by scoring 622 with a loss of 7 wickets over nearly two full days after Kohli won the toss and chose to bat.

However it was their batting that let them down and a one piece of statistic will scare the die-hard Aussie fans.

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The player of the tournament, Cheteshwar Pujara and his 521 run campaign which includes three centuries in very hard situations tops the list of factors that have led to India beating Australia in Australia. And you have to earn the right to score runs eventually.

"You need consistent line and length, and skilful manipulation of the conditions".

Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated the Indian cricket team on becoming the first ever sub-continent team to win a Test match in Australia.

"Their best players stood up in the big moments or when they were falling behind in a game, one of their good players dragged them back into contest, or when they were in front of the game they put us out of the game like they did in Sydney and Melbourne".

Australia went into the final day of the series with little hope of achieving the victory they needed to win the Test and draw the series.

India's trio of seamers Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah, by contrast, were highly disciplined and executed their plans to perfection to exploit the weaknesses in the Australian batting.

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