India's first ODI game against the West Indies was abandoned after rain interrupted the play in Guyana, Caribbean islands on 8 August. Indian opener Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja played a game of heads up with each other, the video of which will leave the audience in peals of laughter.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took to social media to share the video of the duo playing the game. Rohit Sharma picked the cards that had the names of other players and Jadeja acted it out for the Hit Man to guess. The contest began with Rohit Sharma picking Jasprit Bumrah, an easy action for Jadeja, who managed to successfully imitate Jasprit Bumrah's eye-catching bowling action which Rohit Sharma immediately guessed.
Sharma's next pick was the skipper of the Men in Blue Virat Kohli. Jadeja played his part by enacting Kohli's trademark sequence of actions while he takes the stance. It took the vice-skipper a bit of time before it dawned on him that Jadeja was enacting the skipper, who was sitting right across the room where the duo was playing. Jadeja first managed to convince the Hit Man that it was a batsman followed by which Sharma managed to guess that it was Kohli.
See the video here:
An amused Virat Kohli was seen in the video sitting across the table, showing a surprising reaction on his face as his name was revealed by the Hit Man.
Despite both the skipper and vice-skipper clearing the air and rubbishing rumors of an alleged rift between them, fans of the Men in Blue continued to enquire if everything was fine between the two and some fans even went on to express their loyalty for Rohit Sharma and requested to make him the captain of the team. Most of th netizens enjoyed the amused look on Kohli's face and took to Twitter to react to it.
See some of the reactions here:
One fan pointed out that this was the first time Sharma and Kohli were seen in a single frame after the World Cup.