AUS Vs IND: India Captain Virat Kohli Gives 'Pep Talk' To Beleaguered Teammates As He Leaves Australia

 Indian skipper Virat Kohli left Australian shores on Tuesday after a motivational speech with his ambushed partners, giving over the mantle of driving the side to Ajinkya Rahane in the leftover three Tests. 

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Kohli is returning to India for the introduction of his first youngster in January. 

Prior to getting onto his trip back home, the star batsman met his partners and urged them to give their all in the rest of the arrangement, which the guests trail 0-1 after the substantial annihilation in the initial Test. 

Well before going to Australia, Rahane had been endowed with the obligation of driving in the group in Kohli's nonattendance after the star had moved toward the BCCI for paternity leave. 

The thought behind getting sorted out the motivational speech was to support the certainty of the players and keep them in a positive outlook heading into the pivotal Boxing Day Test in Melbourne. 

India lost the lung-opener at Adelaide inside three days in the wake of disintegrating to their most minimal Test score of 36. 

The subsequent Test is planned to be held at the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) from December 26-30. 

Kohli, who has been driving the Test group since 2014, encouraged his players to show goal and communicate on the field with no hindrance. 

While Kohli has withdrawn for India, his white-ball agent Rohit Sharma is isolating in Sydney. 

Kohli was India's best entertainer with the bat in the arrangement opener, top-scoring with a calm 74 in their first innings prior to being run out after a misconception with Rahane.

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