India captain Virat Kohli is super happy to win a series in Australia and he isn't hiding it. Kohli is known for expressing his emotions, unlike his predecessor, and he is jubilant after creating history. His victory lap, the celebration, dance and even posts on social media had a 'cock-a-hoop' vibe.
Recently, Kohli interacted with fans on the official Instagram account of PUMA, a brand which he is associated with for long.
The Indian cricketer was asked 'What was the last thing you did for the first time?' and he came up with a witty reply.
Kohli replied, "The last thing I did for the first time was to win a series in Australia."
There were some other questions as well. He was questioned about how it feels to create history. On which, Virat said the goal wasn't to make history, it was to win as a team. But he is happy to be able to do so and go down in history.
The 30-year-old also shared mantra how not to get distracted from your goal. He said if you are dedicated towards something and have your priorities sorted you won't have time for anything else.