It's a special achievement. Apart from South Africa, this was the only place where we hadn't won a Test. So the boys can be justifiably proud of what they have achieved.
We've won one Test, but we'll have to play good cricket to go on and win the series. I don't think the result here, or that in the one-day series, will be much of a factor in the remaining two games.
It's a matter that we've discussed with each other within the team. There are no differences within the team, we've sorted everything out. Those involved have got together and had a chat, and the matter's closed. I think it's important now just to concentrate on what we've achieved in this match.
Teams aren't successful because of just one factor. The quality of the players is obviously important, as is the preparation. Also, I think we have a better overall structure now in India. The standards in domestic cricket appear to have gone up, and we've realised the importance of being more professional.
It's nice to win the toss, but Test matches are won as a result of four to five days of hard work on the field. What won the match for us was the opening partnership between [Virender] Sehwag and [Aakash] Chopra, that between Sehwag and Sachin, Yuvraj's strokeplay towards the end, Irfan's bowling in the first innings and Anil's in the second. The pitch played well right through the Test.
It was a fantastic effort from them to finish the match in just over four days. It speaks volumes about the quality of the boys in this attack. Anil [Kumble] will get much of the credit and appreciation for his spell, and rightly so, but Irfan [Pathan] and [Lakshmipathy] Balaji also stood up to be counted. Zaheer [Khan] also bowled with zip in the first innings. Obviously, Sehwag's achievement was the highlight of this match, and I was privileged to watch it, but the bowlers taking 20 wickets was just as satisfying.
People with experience are not easy to replace. But as a team, you learn to adjust and cope. Yuvraj came in and did really well. And Sachin and Sehwag were able to fill in when Zaheer got injured.
Two Tests is too early to comment. But I've always believed that you're only as good as the side you lead. And I've been very lucky in that sense.
There were many, but I think the run-out of Inzamam-ul-Haq yesterday was very important. I wouldn't say that it was the turning point, but it showed how little things can win you a Test match.
We're aware that we haven't won a Test series away from home in a long time. But in the past few years, we have finally started winning Tests away from home. We know we need to improve, and we'll be satisfied only when we have that series win.
It's nice to win, but I don't believe in psychological advantage. A fantastic first day set us up in this game, and I hope we can start just as well at Lahore.
Our bowlers have won us Test matches when the tracks have suited them. I can think of Headingley , Trinidad  and to some extent, Adelaide [2003-04]. Our batting can hopefully cope with any sort of pitch.
To some extent, yes. I thought it would be a hard-fought match that went on to the end of the fifth day. But Anil stuck to the task manfully yesterday, after Irfan had done his bit in the morning.
Each place has its unique wicket, some will be flat, some will be slow. But you've had a result here, and in just over four days, so I don't understand what the complaint is.
I never saw those Tests, and wasn't part of those teams. So it would be hard for me to say if we're more motivated. It wouldn't be fair either.
He's spoken to us about his experiences here 14 years ago, and has guided many of the younger players. We have certainly tapped into his experience.
There will be some sort of party. The younger boys will decide. We will just follow (smiles).