Is England the 'final frontier' for Team India? Virat Kohli thinks otherwise
India last won a Test series in England in 2007 and they have since lost three back-to-back series in the backyard of the Three Lions. It all started with the 0-4 whitewash in 2011 as MS Dhoni's star-studded team was handed a lesson. The 2014 tour started with an astonishing win for Dhoni's men in the Lord's Test but the initiative was handed back to the hosts thereafter which led to a 1-3 loss. India's last tour of England in 2018 promised a lot as skipper Virat Kohli was in the form of his life with the bat and India had a sharper pace attack. But despite giving a tough fight in almost all the matches except the Lord's Test, the team faced a 1-4 reversal. Hence, when Kohli and head coach Ravi Shastri sat down to address the media via a virtual press conference before the team left for another Test tour of England, which also includes the World Test Championship final against New Zealand, a question on performing in England was very much on the cards.