MUST WATCH: Yuzvendra Chahal shows Off His Dance Moves To Coach Gary Kirsten, Leaves World Cup-winner Bemused

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Yuzvendra Chahal was in party mode after Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Kings XI Punjab by 17 runs at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday. The Indian wrist-spinner decided to celebrate this win by showing his dance moves.

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:

Yuzvendra Chahal was in party mode after Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Kings XI Punjab by 17 runs at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday. The Indian wrist-spinner decided to celebrate this win by showing his dance moves. He was first seen showing some strange but funny dance moves. The leg-spinner then went inside RCB's dressing room and showed his dance moves to Gary Kirsten who is the head coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore. The former South African batsman who had coached India to a World Cup triumph in 2011 first gave a weird look before bursting into laughter.

The video of Chahal's funny dance was posted on Twitter. Take a look.

Chahal was also seen celebrating with Chris Gayle after the game.

Apart from Chahal's celebration, he was also seen there was also a video of two good friends and former team-mates Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle carrying out their signature style celebrations.

By the virtue of this win, RCB have brought their campaign back on track by registering their fourth win of this season. 

Earlier Kings XI Punjab won the toss and decided to bowl first. RCB skipper Virat Kohli and Parthiv Patel ensured a steady start for the hosts. However, RCB soon found themselves in a spot of bother at 81/4. AB de Villiers played an entertaining knock of an unbeaten 44-ball 82 at a strike rate of 186.36 which included three boundaries and seven maximums. He added 101 runs along with Marcus Stoinis for the fifth wicket.Stoinis played an important cameo of an unbeaten 34-ball 46. This partnership helped RCB get to a mammoth total of 202/4 in their 20 overs.

In reply, Kings XI Punjab got off to a good start as openers Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal added 42 runs for the opening wicket. Rahul then stitched a 59-run second wicket stand with Mayank Agarwal and kept KXIP in the hunt. Post their dismissals,  David Miller and Nicholas Pooran also made a vital contribution but Punjab's run chase lost its momentum as they lost wickets in the death overs.

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