Virat Kohli has stated that the Test series between India and England, that ended yesterday, will be considered as important for the revival of Test cricket as both the sides displayed great character. He further went onto add that the Indians were not outplayed apart from the Lord's Test.
India lost to England in the last Test match at The Oval by 118 runs but KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant put up a fight by adding 204 runs for the sixth wicket. Chasing 464 in the fourth innings, India
"The kind of cricket we have played might not show on the scorecard. But both the teams know this series has been a competitive one. It has taken a lot out of both the sides and something that we have enjoyed. We have taken on the challenge
"I think a lot of credit has to go to the two young guys. Stepping up at such a crucial juncture with three wickets down for just two runs was really good. To be brutally honest, we did not talk about whether we will win this game or not. The basic idea was to go out there and play the cricket we are known to play."
"We did not take our opportunities. England also don't go for draws and they played fearless cricket and so did we. You will have
Mentioning Alastair Cook after the latter's retirement, the Indian skipper said, "Just one word for Alastair Cook. You have had a great career. I wish you well and congratulate you
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