India's captain Virat Kohli was impressed with his team's tenacity as they fought back to draw the first Test against England in Rajkot having trailed it for the majority of the contest.
With just two defeats in 18 Tests under Kohli's leadership, India have rarely been faced with the challenge of saving a game, especially on home soil.
"Well, at least we know how to draw games now," Kohli who made 49 not out in the second innings, said. "Before that, some people obviously were sceptical about our side knowing how to draw games. We won games or we lost games. I spoke with [Ravindra] Jadeja out there that it was an opportunity for both of us to improve on another aspect of the game."
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