New Delhi: India's tour of Australia in January 2016 – 5 ODIs and 3 Tests - produced some scintillating on-field individual action and some neck-to-neck battles between the two cricketing giants.
The Aussies might have ruled the ODIs, but they had no answer to India's heroics in T20s.
Virat Kohli was once again seen in red hot form, both for wanted and unwanted reasons. (READ: MS Dhoni - The Untold Story: REAL scorecard of Yuvi's 358-run knock for Punjab against Mahi's Bihar)
Kohli, once again was engaged on on-filed antics – be it his banter with James Faulkner or be it his controversial celebration against Steve Smith – as the hosts witnessed a rare occasion of someone beating them in their own game, that too in their own home.
The Indian Test captain might have had several word-battles on the field but he is described by many as a very humble and fun-filled character off it.
Such was the occasion when Virat Kohli and Australia's Glenn Maxwell were enganged in a rapid-fire Question and Answer session with the latter asking some tricky questions.
Here are the highlights of that rapid-fire Q & A:-
In the conversation, Maxwell started with a general question on how much does Kohli like Australia and Kohli responded sayin his love for Australia is unmatched.
Kohli, who obviously can't walk down the street anytime, says it is pretty easy to stroll down in Australia like a common man.
Here's the full 7-minute video of the rapid-fire round:
Maxwell also asked Kohli about influence of Tendulkar on his career, to which the Delhiite politely replies, ‘it’s been massive’.
The duo also discussed about Kohli's aggressive duel with James Faulkner on the pitch, and Virat gave credit to the aggressive nature to his Dad and the battle during his domestic cricket career to climb up and reach the international level.