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We will look at our positives: Kohli

DNMUM385254 | 3/21/2017 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :788

India captain says both Pujara, Saha have not received due credit despite good showings

Ranchi: Contrary to the previous two press conferences he had addressed post Bengaluru Test and on the eve of the Ranchi game here, India captain Virat Kohli was pretty relaxed and jovial after the third Test here on Monday.
He preferred to look at his team’s positives and march on than be involved in another war of words with his Aussie counterpart Steve Smith, who said the momentum was with Australia after the draw.
“We put ourselves in a position to win, so we feel it was a very good effort to get into a winning situation. If you are playing against the No. 2 side, you will expect that they will come out and fight, not just roll over. Everyone has his point of view.
“We will look at our positives and we are happy
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