IND vs ENG: KL Rahul opens Virat Kohli’s secret, revealed this for the first time

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New Delhi: India beat England 3–1 badly in the four-match Test series. In the last Test of this series, India beat England by an innings and 25 runs. With this, Team India has made it to the final of the World Test Championship (WTC). After this great success of India, team batsman KL Rahul has made a big disclosure about captain Virat Kohli.

KL Rahul opened the secret

KL Rahul has revealed that the captain of the team, Virat Kohli, had targeted to reach the final of the World Test Championship two years ago. Regarding Virat’s strong intentions, Rahul (KL Rahul) said through the BCCI app that we have never given up in the World Test Championship for the last two years. This statement of Rahul is also confirmed by the fact that after the match, Virat Kohli himself also said that according to the way we have played a great game for the last two years, the Indian team was entitled to reach the final.

New Zealand will face against finals

After beating England 3–1 in the four-match series, they made it to the final of the World Test Championship (WTC). India needed to win the series 4–0, 3–1 or 2–1 to reach the final of the World Test Championship (WTC). India will now face New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) at Lord’s (Lords) ground in June.

3-1 series won

India beat England 3–1 badly in the four-match series. In the first Test of this series, England had won by 227 runs. After this, India made a great comeback in the second Test and won by 317 runs. In the third Test of the series, India won by 10 wickets in just two days. While India won the last Test by an innings and 25 runs.

India set a big record

The Indian team defeated England in the series and made a big record. This was India’s 13th consecutive series win on home ground. No team in the world has won more home series in a row than India. India has won 13 consecutive series at home since 2013. After India, Australia’s name comes in this episode, who won 10 consecutive series at home from November 1994 to November 2000.

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