Adelaide: Australian educate Justin Langer says if his players have been to celebrate wickets like Indian captain Virat Kohli does, they would now be seen as "the worst blokes inside the international".

Langer also took umbrage at Sachin Tendulkar's "protecting mindset" tweet following Australia's slow batting on the second one day of the opening check against India.

Kohli became his typical animated self on Friday, celebrating Australian wickets with gusto. Langer said he "loved on account that ardour" but felt Australia players would be judged in another way if they did the identical.

"He's (Kohli) a celeb of the sport and he's the captain. We've talked for so long as i can recollect in Australian cricket groups that you want to preserve the opposition captain down as a good deal as feasible. You adore on the grounds that passion in sport," Langer informed Fox Cricket.

"thoughts you I assume if we did that in the intervening time we'd be the worst blokes within the global. It's a first-rate line isn't it?

"That's the fact of it, however i love seeing the passion, that is wonderful ardour. However as I stated there's a quality line."

the pinnacle educate did concede the group become gambling to a one of a kind fashionable of scrutiny, a fallout of the ball-tampering fiasco in South Africa in March.

in advance, Tendulkar wrote on his twitter handle, "TeamIndia should make the maximum of this case and no longer lose their grip. The protective mindset by using the Australian batsmen at domestic is something I've now not seen before in my experience."

The mythical batsman's remark did now not cross nicely with Langer, who defended his inexperienced batting line-up's method.

"The teams that Sachin would have performed against started with Allan Border and David Boon, and Steve Waugh and Mark Waugh, and Ricky Ponting," Langer instructed Fox Cricket.

"guys that had notable take a look at suit experience and they knew their recreation, have been at ease in their own skin and that they knew what to anticipate.

"whereas we've were given a group in the interim who are very green in test in shape cricket, particularly our batting facet."

Tendulkar, who played his first fit in opposition to Australia in 1991, and his closing in 2013, confronted a different era of Australian cricket in comparison to the modern-day side this is rebuilding inside the wake of the ball-tampering fiasco.