Watch: Kohli shows his dancing skills at Adelaide
Updated on: Dec 9, 2018 3:08 am IST
The ongoing Test match between Australia and India has seen some serious cricket as players from both sides are having an intense battle. But amidst these serious cricket Indian captain, Virat Kohli being Virat Kohli found out time to enjoy himself and showcased his dancing skills on day three.
Kohli has his own moment at Adelaide
The incident occurred during Australia’s first innings on day three. The home team was tied down by some quality bowling by the Indian bowlers and didn’t have any easy scoring opportunities.
Kohli was enjoying his time in the field as his bowlers were bowling according to the plan. However, the rain interruptions made things bitter for fans but it made no impact on the Indian captain.
At one moment, from nowhere, the Indian cricketer started showcasing his dance moves and fans saw another side of the generally aggressive and animated Kohli.
Watch Kohli’s impromptu dance steps highlight the DAy Three
You can watch the Indian captain having some fun during a serious cricket match at Adelaide Oval here.
The Indian captain had a good day as he later scored crucial runs for the team to push the lead. The right-hand batsman batted with temperament and showed immense patience to counter Australia’s bowling artillery.
Kohli’s 34 runs off 104 balls have given India a lead of more than 150 runs on a pitch where batting is becoming difficult.
During his knock, Virat played some stunning strokes and one of them was his glorious cover drive against Mitchell Starc.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 8, 2018
Langer takes a dig at Kohli’s celebrations
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Meanwhile, Australia coach Justin Langer believes that Aussie players would be the worst blokes if they celebrated like Virat.
He made his comments after Virat celebrated animatedly after Aaron Finch’s wicket on day two.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 7, 2018
India finished day three with 151 runs on board and just three wickets down.