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Video: Harbhajan Singh interviews Virat Kohli

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2.36K   //    01 Feb 2016, 16:08 IST
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After India’s 3-0 whitewash of Australia, Harbhajan Singh turned reporter for Bcci.tv and interviewed the Man of the Series Virat Kohli about his exemplary form in Australia. The off-spinner also joked that hopefully one day he will get Kohli a plot in Jalandhar and follow Australia, who have presented him with one in Adelaide and Sydney.

Kohli’s response to the prospect of being presented a plot in Sydney, was typically honest as he said he wouldn’t “mind the plot in Sydney because I love Sydney.”

The 27-year-old, who moved to No.1 in the ICC T20I batsmen rankings, was very pleased with India’s turnaround after losing the first four ODIs.

“I am very happy we have won the series (T20Is) and it has been a great turnaround after losing the first 4 ODIs. I am very very happy to come to Australia and a whitewash in the T20 series is a perfect beginning for our (World) T20 campaign,” he said.

When asked about his form Down Under, Virat Kohli said: “I love coming to Australia, I love playing here. It is a country where I feel great mentally, I feel very positive and all the people challenge me in a big way, so it brings out the best in me so I am grateful to god that I have been able to play the way I have in Australia, which is very challenging.”

The conversation wasn't entirely serious as the pair also discussed who is the first for breakfast and plots being provided in Australia to the right-hander.

Here is the entire interview of Virat Kohli by the off-spinner.

VIDEO CREDIT: Indian Cricket Team Facebook

VIDEO: When Harbhajan Singh turned into a reporter and interviewed Virat Kohli after the 3-0 win in T20Is at SCG...

Posted by Indian Cricket Team on Sunday, 31 January 2016
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