This is just the beginning, says Virat Kohli after series win against England
India may be on an 18-Test unbeaten streak but skipper Virat Kohli feels it is not even a "tiny bit" of what his team aims to achieve given the foundation that has been laid
Team India pose after beating England in the fifth Test at Chennai yesterday. Pic/AFP
Chennai: India may be on an 18-Test unbeaten streak but skipper Virat Kohli feels it is not even a "tiny bit" of what his team aims to achieve given the foundation that has been laid. India won their ninth Test of the year and wrote a plethora of records, including notching up their biggest-ever series victory over England.
"As a team we have had a very good 2016 apart from two setbacks — the ODI series in Australia and World T20. We won the Asia Cup, ODI series against New Zealand in India and won all the Test series. It's been a memorable 2016 for the team and that's something I am really proud of," said Kohli after India won the final Test against England to bag the five-match series 4-0.
"But this is just the foundation that's been laid for us to carry on for lot many years. It's just the beginning. It's nothing that we want to achieve, it's not even a tiny bit of that," he added.
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