New Delhi: Skipper Virat Kohli, with all his exuberance, led the Indian cricket team to a wild celebration after beating England by an innings and 75 runs to complete a 4-0 series win at Chennai's historic Chepauk.
Once Ravindra Jadeja took the wicket of Jake Ball, caught by triple-centurion Karun Nair at second slip off the last ball of the 88th over, Kohli grabbed a commemorative stump and ran with wild abundant, fisting the air and congratulating his team-mates.
The Indian cricket board shared a video of the celebration, and it featured Ravindra Jadeja prominently.
Here's the video:
India, thus, extended their unbeaten run to 18 matches under Virat Kohli. Overall, Kohli has led India to 22 matches winning 14 of those, and drawing two.
India last lost a Test match in August 2015 in Sri Lanka. That series, however, started the unbeaten streak for Virat Kohli & Co.
They won the three-match series 2-1 in Lanka, then captured a four-match series against South Africa 3-0, beat West Indies 2-0 in a four-match series in the Caribbean Islands, whitewashed visiting New Zealand 3-0, and now beat England 4-0 in the five-match series.
In the process, skipper Kohli has broken several Test records, including his three double tons in the traditional format of the game in 2016.