India vs England: We don't feel invincible, insists Virat Kohli

Updated: Dec 20, 2016, 12:31 IST | PTI |

The top-ranked Indian Test team is on a roll having triumphed in five straight series under Virat Kohli but the captain insists his side will have to keep winning consistently for the next 7-8 years to leave a mark on the world stage


Indian players during a practice session in Chennai yesterday

Chennai: The top-ranked Indian Test team is on a roll having triumphed in five straight series under Virat Kohli but the captain insists his side will have to keep winning consistently for the next 7-8 years to leave a mark on the world stage.

Asked about the air of invincibility surrounding the team ahead of the fifth Test starting today, Kohli replied in the negative. “Not really, we still understand we have got to play a lot of cricket everywhere in the world.

“It’s not only about this one period we are going through,” said Kohli. “As I said, it’s an ongoing process which needs to be sustained for the next five-seven or eight years for us to leave a mark on world cricket; maybe known as one of the best teams,” Virat added.

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