Virat Kohli Made Chris Gayle Dance Along With Him and The Match Got Call Off

During the first ODI against the West Indies, Team India captain Virat Kohli was in buoyant mood as he was seen dancing on the tunes of the DJ several times on the field. Kedar Jadhav and Shreyas Iyer were also seen following Virat's steps. The team players also took advantage of this opportunity and had a lot of fun on the field. This incident happened post the match was stopped after 5.4 overs due to rain. After this, when the Indian players landed again on the ground, a song was playing in the stadium and Virat could not stop himself to dance to its tune and started dancing in the best style.

Seeing Captain Virat dancing, the other players of the team also did not miss out on fun. At the same time, many spectators present in the stadium were also seen enjoying. However the field was not worth playing till then and the groundsmen once again started trying to fix it. Meanwhile, the team returned to the pavilion, but the style of Virat was probably seen for the first time on the field. While Virat did some steps with the groundsman, Chris Gayle also danced with him.

Virat, known for his aggressive style on the field, will be seen dancing on the field in this way, which was never imagined by the cricket fans.  During this match, everyone got to see a different style of Virat, which was definitely very cute.

In the first ODI of the three-match series between India and West Indies, only 13 overs could be played and the match was rained out. The match was played at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday (8 August). The first toss was delayed due to rain, then after the toss the match was delayed, and due to rain, the match was cut short to 34–34 overs, but due to rain the match had to be cancelled.

Virat Kohli won the toss and invited the West Indies to bat first. After this, West Indies scored 54 runs for one wicket in 13 overs. The batsman who was dismissed first was Chris Gayle, who scored just four runs off 31 balls.

by Mamatha Reddy | Fri, Aug 09 - 02:30 PM

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