India beats Australia with 2-1 in the fourth-match Test series to send most fanatics around the world into a tizzy. After becoming the first Asian team in the world to win a Test series in Australia, Indian Cricket Team has also offered the Pakistanis’ a reason to celebrate. After Virat Kohli and Team India was praised by Shoaib Akhtar, now Pakistan Prime Minister and honorable cricketer Imran Khan has taken to Twitter, reads: “Congratulations to Virat Kohli and the Indian cricket team for the first ever win by a subcontinent team in a test series in Australia.”

Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s message for Cricketer Virat Kohli and Indian team, after victory | tnbclive.in

On Monday, ex-Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar said that “Congratulations to Team India for a historic series victory Down Under. One of the toughest tours in world cricket is a Test Series in Australia. It was a great effort and they kept Aussies under pressure throughout.”

Before Day five of the Sydney Test was cleaned out, India had ripped on a shortened Day Four through the Australian tail, when rain and bad light allowed only 100 minutes to play, bowling the hosts out for 300 in response to their own gloomy 622 for seven declared.

Following which Australia suffered the mortification of being forced to follow on at home for the first time in 30-years as Kohli played well.

Only 4 overs in the second innings were possible, with Marcus Harris was not out on 2 and Usman Khawaja unbeaten on 4 before the match was called off.

Kohli said, “I want to say I’ve never been more proud of being part of a team, than this one right here.”

The popular cricketer further said that “the boys make the captain look good. By far, this is my biggest achievement. It’s at the top of the pile.”

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