Following his match winning century in Adelaide which helped India level the three-match series against Australia, Indian skipper Virat Kohli took out some time to make his maiden appearance in the 'Chahal TV', a show moderated and hosted by leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.
In a very humorous manner, much needed following the close match, the Indian skipper stated that he was honored to become a part of the show, and advised his fellow teammates to either score a century or take six wickets to be even eligible for it.
"If you have to feature in Chahal TV, you will have to perform like this, otherwise there is no chance. The one who doesn't score a century of doesn't take five wickets can never get a chance to be a part of Chahal TV. Last time Rohit (Sharma) came, this time it's me. So you know the standard of Chahal TV that you have to score a hundred or take five wickets, otherwise the gentleman (Yuzvendra Chahal) will not give you the chance," he said following his 39th ton.
Kohli, along with MS Dhoni, helped India to a close win in Adelaide, which means the series is tied 1-1 ahead of the final fixture in Melbourne. The duo shared a 82-run partnership for the fourth wicket, with the Indian skipper scoring at a brisk pace and the wicketkeeper keeping the scoreboard ticking from the other end. Kohli's century laid the platform for Dhoni to win the game, which he duly did with support of Dinesh Karthik