Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Imran Khan Congratulated Virat Kohli on Series Win in Australia

Pakistan’s dynamic Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated Virat Kohli-led Indian team after their historic win against Australia in the four-match Test series.

The Indian cricket team became the first team from the subcontinent to win a Test series in Australia on Monday with a 2-1 margin after the fourth match finished as a draw.

PM Khan, who is famous for guiding Pakistan to their only 50-over World Cup triumph back in 1992, congratulated Kohli and his team on his official Twitter account early on Tuesday morning.

This was India’s first Test win on Australian soil in 12 attempts, whereas they also became the first side from Asia to achieve that feat.

Star of the show for the visitors in that series was right-handed batsman Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored more than 500 runs with the bat and was named the man of the series.

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