In a tight and crunching first Test between Australia and India in Adelaide, which the visitors won eventually, there were a number of talking points. Right from the sensational batting of Cheteshwar Pujara to the brilliant bowling by the Indian bowlers to some gritty and determined display by the Australian tailenders, the opening fixture of the four-match series had it all.
Though, when it comes to the fun side, only one incident stood out, and that was the dance move of Virat Kohli while the play was ongoing. The Indian skipper, while fielding, broke into an impromptu dance performance despite the tense situation of the match.
While at that very moment he may not have realized how funny his act was, former Australian cricketer turned commentator Shane Warne made sure that he let Kohli know his dance step was hilarious.
After the completion of the match, Warne, part of the post-match show, called over Kohli and showed him the video of his dance before asking him to repeat. The Indian skipper refused to do the latter, but after watching the video, burst out in laughter himself.
Kohli and India enjoyed a memorable match as they romped home to a 31-run against Australia in the first Test. The Indian skipper, through this win, created a small history. He not only became the first Indian captain to lead his team to a win in Australia since 2008, but also became the first skipper from the country to win the first Test match of the series in Australia.
And the victory has now seen him become Asia's supremo when it comes to wins in three of the biggest overseas nations. Kohli has become the first Asian skipper to register wins in Australia, England and South Africa.
The 30-year-old, who took over as India's captain in Tests in 2014, succeeded in helping his side win a Test in South Africa earlier this year, though they lost the series 2-1. It was then followed by a win in England a few months back, even though the team was beaten 4-1 in the five-Test series. But the recent win in Australia will be a huge cause of optimism, given it came in the very first game of the series.