Indian cricket team players visited the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalya in New Delhi after the second Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy ended early on Sunday. The Rohit Sharma-led team beat Australia by six wickets on Day 3 to go 2-0 up in the four-match series and retain the Border Gavaskar Trophy for a fourth consecutive time. After that, the entire Indian team including the support staff visited the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya which is located in the heart of the capital. 

Virat Kohli, the local lad, was seen guiding his teammates through the location. Every member of the team was also honoured. The team also visited the famous Connaught Place market in the national capital. BCCI shared the video of the players visiting the Sangrahalaya on their social media handles. 

“A walk through the corridors of history! Exploring the rich legacy of India’s Prime Ministers, who rebuilt the nation post Independence. #TeamIndia had an immersive experience at the fascinating @PMSangrahalaya, which celebrates and showcases the journey of India,” read the caption. 

Watch the video here:

Payers get mini-break ahead of third Test

As India wrapped up the second Test within three days, the players have got a min-break ahead of the third Test to be played from March 1. They are expected to spend some time with their families before regrouping for the Indore Test. 

“Players have decided to leave for their homes as the Test match got over in three days. They have now many days as the next Test is from the 1st of March so they are leaving for their homes to spend some quality time with family as they have to play the ODI series after this followed by the IPL.” ANI quoted a source saying. 

Notably, the third Test was moved from Dharamshala to Indore as BCCI deemed the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium not yet ready to host an international match.