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India vs South Africa | We Believe We Can Win Anywhere in the World: Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli called the current Indian Test side the best in the world, saying that they can win anywhere after a completing a 3-0 whitewash over South Africa.

Cricketnext Staff |October 22, 2019, 11:52 AM IST
India vs South Africa | We Believe We Can Win Anywhere in the World: Virat Kohli

A delighted Virat Kohli hailed the current Indian Test side as the best in the world, saying that his multi-dimensional side can win anywhere around the globe after a completing a 3-0 whitewash over South Africa.

“It starts in the mind, mindset is very important and this was a brilliant series. To be the best side in the world, you need to be multi-dimensional,” said Kohli in the post-match presentation.

“Spin was always our strength, batting was also not a problem but fast bowling has also become very good after young bowlers came in. Fielders have also worked hard and its good to see us operate in such a way.”

“We believe we can win anywhere in the world, England, Australia, South Africa. The game responds to hard work and mindset, we are doing well in limited-overs format as well.”

Kohli added that he was proud of the team and the fact that they competed well even abroad.

“You guys have seen from the outside, the way we have been playing and have come off as a side. Even when we have travelled we have competed in all our matches.”

Needing just two wickets to maintain their supremacy on Day 4, the Indian team completed the formalities within the first 12 balls giving away just one run and concluded what has been a highly dominant show by the No.1 ranked team over South Africa.

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