Not thinking about past, looking forward in the future: Kohli

Despite Team India has suffered defeat in their last three series against England in the longest format of the game, skipper Virat Kohli doesn't want to look back and is eyeing a fresh beginning when his team take on the visiting side for a five-match test series, starting here tomorrow.
Addressing mediapersons on the eve of the first test against England, the run-machine said,“We don’t think about those things. What happened in the past, we can’t go back and change it. We can only look forward to what we can do in the future.
” Commenting on the Alastair Cook-led side, Kohli said,"Since we arrived from the West Indies tour, we knew that our home season is going to be tough as we will be playing against some quality sides who have done well in Test.
Our mindset is to win the series and the test matches.
” The 28-year-old also said that his team not going to take anything for granted against England as the visitors have mostly performed well in India. Kohli further expressed happiness on beating the Kiwi side 3-0 in the just concluded test series and said,"It is a nice feeling when you win a series as it provides you confidence before you go to the next one.

I know it’s not possible to do it (win series) all the time but we have that vision of winning Test matches and more importantly, win a series.

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