Indian run machine Virat Kohli usually known for his aggression and fierce attitude, but in the ongoing series with Windies, his dance moves have become equally popular among the fans.
Virat Kohli in recent times dosen’t leave a chance to exibit his dance moves during the matches and on day 4 of the first Test against the Caribbean side, he was once again in his zone as he manifested Dandiya steps just before the West Indies innings began.
The merrymaking was supported will by his team mates as the bundled up the West Indies side for just 100 runs to register a win.
Jasprit Bumrah distroyed the Windies side with a five wicket haul, augmenting Ajinkya Rahane’s brilliant century, as the men in blue demolished West Indies by 318 runs within fore days to commence their World Test Championship campaign.
India’s fast bowling unit concluded with sublime figures of 8-7-7-5 while Ishant Sharma carried on his good form with three wickets giving away just 31 runs. The West Indies were bundled out of just 100 runs in 26.5 overs chasing a far-fetched 419 runs target.
Previously, Yuzvendra Chahal cultivated the topic of Virat Kohli’s dance moves and the captain gave an impromptu reply.
“I am enjoying myself on the field. Even if I am a captain I don’t believe in acting in a certain way. God has given me such a great life and opportunity to represent my team. I believe in enjoying the moment. I am in a good space in my life and that is why I shake a leg whenever there is music,” he said
“Bhangra has always been special but if there is groovy music then the moves naturally because intentions are always good,” Kohli added.