In the aftermath of the Boxing Day Test, and days before the fourth and final Test of the ongoing series, Virat Kohli's India and Tim Paine's Australia shared the same stage as the two teams met Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at his residence on Tuesday.
Players and coaching staff from both the teams struck some pleasing poses as they stood side by side to the Aussie PM. But the two individuals who took away all the limelight were India's wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant and all-rounder Hardik Pandya.
The Indian team chose to go formal, wearing white shirts with blue pants, combined with a Nehru coat. But in the midst of this, Pant and Pandya added flamboyance to class. The two players chose to wear coat as part of their attire, instead of Nehru coat.
Pandya looked smashing as he managed to keep a check between looking formal and casual. As for Pant, he stood like a good looking boy in the photos, but looked like a gentleman wearing coat and sunglasses.
The four-Test series between Australia and India is now 2-1 in favor of the visitors following their 137-run win in the recently concluded Boxing Day Test. Kohli and co., with their win, ensued that his team will retain the Border-Gavaskar trophy, and stands very close to a historic first-ever series win Down Under.