"We have done really well in previous year or so as a bowling unit and today was another flawless test cricket day for us". Kohli opted to bat after winning the toss at Adelaide, as India posted 250 runs on the board courtesy Cheteshwar Pujara's monumental knock of 123 (246). Josh Hazlewood was the prime wicket-taker for the hosts, with Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon scalping two wickets each.
In reply, Australia also troubled with the bat to score.
The "desi" tunes were ringing inside Kohli's head in full flow as he expressed his delight by dancing a beat following India's fantastic bowling display, that helped India take a 15-run lead in the first innings. Virat put on his dancing shoes during the rain-marred first session play on day three and it was not bad, to be honest!
In love with the Gentleman's game since Ashish Nehra's aeroplane celebration against the English at Kingsmead!