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After securing the success, the proud head coach, who sat in the press conference has spoken with his heart out.

That all but destroyed home hopes of a face-saving victory and India's spinners then got to work to drive home the advantage in the field against an Australia side that failed to muster a single century over the series.

However persistent drizzle washed out day five thereby keeping the victory margin down to 2-1.

"If we play for boring draws, no results, the game going nowhere, it won't make a difference to Test cricket globally".

Further, he also showered words of praise on Virat Kohli for his aggressive captaincy, which did the trick.

Wins in the first test in Adelaide and third in Melbourne ensured they could not lose the series and their batsmen, led by a 193 from Cheteshwar Pujara, batted Australia out of the fourth match with a daunting 622 for seven declared total in the first innings.

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GK: Ok! So, let me put you into a spot. World Cup 1983, World Championship of Cricket 1985. "It's Test cricket, which is meant to be the toughest", Shastri said on Monday.

India were also beaten previous year, despite Kohli's stellar returns as he conquered the weaknesses that had seen him average 13.40 across five Tests in England in 2014.

Indian sides have traditionally struggled overseas but there is now belief within the camp they can conquer any team, anywhere at any time. "If the same batting unit can go out there more confident and believe that they can do it, it can be done, definitely". "But you have to get into a position where you should not even look at the scoreboard to see the number of balls", said Kohli.

Well, it seems like Ravi Shastri is pretty much satisfied with the outcome. "I think India do that really well, what helps with that is having great depth and they certainly have that at the moment", he signed off.

Actually, it was the question, which was asked to Virat Kohli.

Paine said the Adelaide Test could have gone in his side's favour also and India won crucial moments thereafter in the series.

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