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India Vs West Indies: Virat Kohli Shows His Dance Moves As Chris Gayle Joins The Fun

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Team India played their first ODI after the heartbreaking semi-final loss in the last month's ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
  • Indian skipper Virat Kohli seemed to be in a jovial mood as he was seen dancing during the rain break
  • Kohli was given company by his old friend Chris Gayle

Team India played their first ODI after the heartbreaking semi-final loss in the last month's ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 as they took on West Indies at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday. But even here, the rain Gods had other ideas as the match was interrupted twice before being called off by the umpires as no play was possible due to inclement weather.

While the rains tested the patience of the viewers, fans, officials and the players, it seems like the players were well prepared to tackle this situation. 

Virat Kohli shakes a leg and entertains one and all

That's right. Kohli seemed to be in a jovial mood as he was seen dancing during the rain break. The Indian skipper showed his dancing skills out in the middle, in the dugout, amongst a few people who might either be the fans or the ground staff. Things did not end here as he also shook a leg along with team-mate Kedar Jadhav. 

What was amazing was that the fun was not restricted to the Indian team. In fact, the batting maestro even took the initiative of entertaining the West Indian batsmen as well. He was seen enthralling the Caribbean power-hitter Chris Gayle who was his former Royal Challengers Bangalore team-mate and also an old friend. Gayle obliged by joining the fun as the big man showed his dance moves as well. 

READ: India Vs West Indies: First ODI Called Off Due To Rain After 13 Overs, Virat Kohli & Co Shake A Leg During Break

The video of Virat shaking a leg and enthralling everyone was posted on Twitter. 

Watch the video here:

Even the fans were entertained and here's what they had to say.

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