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Indian captain Virat Kohli, after the loss at Edgbaston, has hinted that the India didn t play to their potential, but despite that, managed to stay close in the game. While England did register a 31-run win, India, especially, Kohli ran England close in the series opener.

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Kohli was by far the best player for India, and probably the match, scoring 200 runs in two innings – making his effort the second best by an Indian captain in England. But, try telling that these the jubilant fans below:

A Handful of fans in what seems the Edgbaston premises are seen chanting Where is your Kohli gone in front of the a bus, that presumably could be of the Indian leaving from the ground to the hotel.

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While, the chants and the singing is in good humour, that doesn t take away from the fact that Kohli had England under the pump during the Edgbaston Test.

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Earlier in the day, India s hopes of recording their maiden Test victory at Edgbaston went up in smokes as they lost their last five wickets for the addition of 62 runs on Day 4 against England to concede a 0-1 lead to the hosts in the five-match series.