Virat Kohli, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadja and rest of the Indian Test team were invited by Anurag Thakur to celebrate India’s superb victory in the 4-match Test series against South Africa. The cricketers were pictured with the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s secretary at the latter’s house in Delhi. The dinner also included Sunil Gavaskar, Ravi Shastri and the families of the cricketers. Ashwin who was the player of the series with 31 wickets in four matches was pictured with his new-born and wife. The spinner who has been in great form in the whites has tweeted, “At the end of a wonderful test match, I leave Delhi with some amazing memories. I’ll be going back to the yellow brigade for the Vijay Hazare trophy.” He added, “Thank you so much for all the lovely wishes and messages pouring in. This win was a result of some amazing team camaraderie.”Full Cricket Scorecard: India vs South Africa 2015 4th Test at Delhi

BCCI Hon.Secretary, Anurag Thakur hosted #TeamIndia members to a dinner yesterday at his house.

Posted by Indian Cricket Team on Monday, December 7, 2015

 

Ashwin and Virat Kohli have been praised following India’s memorable series win. Gavaskar was one of many people who had good words for the duo. “Ashwin has matured tremendously as a bowler. Although he is yet to prove his worth overseas, the variety he brings in undoubtedly makes him the best spinner in the game right now,” he added. Meanwhile, he kept it simple and straight for the Indian Test skipper. He said, “Well done Virat. India is proud of you.”

According to Times of India, the former cricketer has been delighted by India’s recent performances against South Africa. He said, “India’s energy levels were terrific. On a cool day where the sun was not out and the batsmen hardly playing any shots a sense of lethargy can creep in but the Indians never lost sight of their objective and so kept hammering away and have now ended up with a 3-0 scoreline against not just the number one ranked team in the world but a team that hadn’t lost an overseas campaign for over 9 years.” READ: Virat, well done, India is proud of you: Sunil Gavaskar