Despite good effort by Kohli, who top-scored with 44, India were all out for 161.

 

“It's just one day,” a defiant Kohli declared.

 

Kohli said India still have four days left of Test match cricket.

 

“I don't rate it as the worst day of Test match cricket I've experienced.”

 

“From what I see we've lost wickets at important stages of the match.”

 

“Even today … we lost two wickets before tea. Those sort of balls you need to put away for boundaries in cricket if you want to score runs. You just can't go into a shell,” Kohli added.