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Aussies are no more my friends: Kohli

Aussies are no more my friends: Kohli
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Virat Kohli remained combative, declaring he was no longer friends with Australian cricketers, but Steve Smith struck a conciliatory note by apologising for letting his emotions slip as hostilities lingered at the end of an intense Test series. 

Dharamsala: Virat Kohli remained combative, declaring he was no longer friends with Australian cricketers, but Steve Smith struck a conciliatory note by apologising for letting his emotions slip as hostilities lingered at the end of an intense Test series.

India won 2-1 in perhaps the fiercest battle of an incredible home season of 13 Tests, of which Kohli's men lost only one match -- to Australia."Regardless of whether we are on top or not, we speak, if something pokes us we speak and give it right back.

All people don't digest it well but we take it very well and we give it back even better," Kohli said at the end of the four-match series. But Smith sought to douse the fire today by apologising for his emotional slips despite the fact that he had not even been questioned about it.

"At times I have been in my own bubble and have let my emotions slip. I apologise for that," Smith said at the end of the series, which India won 2-1 to reclaim the Border-Gavaskar trophy.

"It was a magnificent series. One of the best I have been a part of. Credit to India, they are a fantastic cricket side, particularly in their backyard. If you give them a sniff, they will take that," the Australian skipper said.

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