Though India lost the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 0-2 against Australia, Indian skipper Virat Kohli reckoned that the team performed well and went down fighting in all four Tests.<p></p><p></p>"It has been a hard fought series. We wanted to play hard cricket, give a fight, and that is what the boys have done. In Adelaide, and even today we thought we had a chance, but Australia kept coming back," Kohli was reported to be saying this after India drew the last Test on Saturday.<p></p><p></p>India came close to victory in the the first two Tests in Adelaide and Brisbane and also gave Australia a run for their money in the last Test at Sydney but a middle-order collapse and bowlers' inability to restrict the hosts to moderate scores cost them dear.<p></p><p></p>India lost the series 0-2 after drawing the last two matches with captain Kohli top-scoring for the team with 692 runs (avg. 86.50) and Murali Vijay amassing 482 runs (avg. 60.25).