"I don’t think our displays have been ugly, let me state that first. It’s a harsh word to use. It’s been lack of application. And secondly, I don’t mind compromising on (batsmen’s) averages as long as we are winning Test matches. I think that’s our main concern," said Kohli at the post match press conference at the VCA stadium here.
The Indian batsmen have not been among the runs, Kohli included, and only Murali Vijay has scored a half century in the low-scoring series so far before the final Test coming up in Delhi  in the first week of December.
He also claimed that the current team's players were not playing for records but to win games, perhaps indirectly hitting out at some former cricketers.

"We are not playing for record, we are not playing for numbers or averages. Let's not get into that matter. Yeah, that’s all there is to it," he said.



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