PM Imran Khan reacts to India’s maiden Test victory in Australia

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The Pakistan cricket fraternity, including the legendary Wasim Akram, lavished praise on India for becoming the first Asian team to win a Test series in Australia.

Meanwhile, Kohli and his team adorned the front pages of the leading local newspapers as India celebrated the end of a 71-year wait for a first Test series victory in Australia. Soon after the win, Anushka Sharma took to social media to post a picture of the Indian cricket team, and the caption read, 'They came.

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On Wednesday, keeping the spirits high, Anushka shared an all-new photo of herself, on a plane to Canberra, and wrote: "Happy face". History written and created by this bunch! A draw at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground was enough to see a relatively young Indian side clinch the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1 in their favour. Virat Kohli had posted a picture of himself and Anushka on Instagram, before leaving India for Sydney saying, "Off to Sydney. Huge congratulations to all players, coaching unit and support staff", adding that she was very proud of Kohli. Not Alia-Ranbir or Malaika-Arjun but Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli Continued to RULE Hearts in 2018 - See Poll Results. But just when one thought Australia had found a way to start winning again, they were thoroughly outplayed by India in Melbourne, with rain having threatened to play spoilsport there too.