The country's cricket brotherhood, led by Sachin Tendulkar, welcomed the victory of the Indian team against Australia in the third test in Melbourne, marking it an incredible effort and a very popular effort.
India defeated Australia with 137 fights in the virtual MCG to get an unassailable 2-1 lead in the four races series. Virat Kohli's men took giant steps toward India's first test series conducted in the Australian territory in seven decades.
"The incredible effort of #TeamIndia to get a 2-1 lead, especially @ Jaspritbumrah93 that has played a decisive role in this victory, has gone from strength to strength in all forms of the game," Tendulkar tweeted.
The big win of VVS Laxman said that all eleven players contributed to the victory.
"37 years ago 10 months ago was the last time India won a test at MCG, none of the players on both sides were born. This victory is a delight for a long time and a perfect end for 2018 for the team each player can be very proud of their contribution to this victory, "Laxman said in the tweet.
Congratulations to the Indian team, BCCI chairman K Khanna said: "It was a great victory for the team. We hope the team will approve India's first victory in Australia."
India's former bassist Virender Sehwag said: "Unforgettable victory for #TeamIndia in MCG Great team effort and now we have the chance to create a story in Sydney." Congratulations to every member of the team and our domestic cricket where our cricket can enhance their skills. "
Former India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh tweeted: "Top 2-1 things on the #AUSvIND series of tests well doing @ Jaspritbumrah93 @ cheteshwar1 @ imVkohli proud of you guys .. you do 3-1 congratulations … Group India @ BCCI. "
"Australia's victory is to Fragile mate fight in Sydney against this brilliant Indian bowling line … it will be 3-1 .. Happy New Year," writes Harbhajan while responding to Michael Johnson's former Pacer tweet .
Johnson had tweeted: "India in the good of all parts this Test, well doing 2-1 in India means that Australia will have to fight in Syd to stop India from winning the turn.