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We will play aggressive cricket despite loss says MS Dhoni

Virat Kohli captained the side for the 1st test. MS Dhoni will be back to lead India against Australia in the second Test at the Gabba after the injury. The Indian captain has recovered from a thumb injury said the time off the field has done him a lot of good and he is looking forward to the Brisbane Test. Dhoni also said he was impressed with the captaincy of Kohli in Adelaide and said that India will continue their aggressive approach. "This rest was very important for me. I got the thumb injury while playing in England but I played on because these injuries settle as you keep playing. But this wasn't the case this time and the right hand thumb only got worse with more batting. It was an important call for me because this is an important series and for upcoming cricket world cup 2015. I watched the first test and the way Virat Kohli led India was impressive and was the star player for the side as he scored tons in both innings. India went out with an aggressive approach, although they fell short of the target in the second innings.

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