Virat Kohli led the country to a maiden series victory on Australian soil, ending a 71-year wait. The fourth and final Test match at Sydeney was abandoned due to bad weather. However with a 2-1 series win won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. It is a first win for India since Lala Amarnath's side visited the country back in 1947-48 months after independence to face Sir Don Bradman's team'.
'I've never been more proud of being part of a team, than this one right here. The culture we've built... our transition began right here, where I took over as captain, and I can't believe that after four years we've won here. Just one word to say, 'proud', to lead this team and it's an honour and privilege. The boys make the captain look good,' Virat Kohli said. Indian team took a 'Lap of Honour' of the SCG with the both Indian and Australian fans cheering them. This is history and a terrific moment for Indian cricket,' said country's greatest opener Sunil Gavaskar.