Virat Kohli Dances to Bhangra Tune During IND vs WI 1st ODI Match as Irregular Rain Continues to Affect the Game in Guyana (Watch Video)
Virat Kohli (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Virat Kohli seems to have embraced the entertaining and dancing nature of the men from the Caribbean Island. On his fourth day in the West Indies, Kohli has now been seen dancing in the cricket field for the second successive time in two matches. As rain threatened to spoil the first ODI game between India and West Indies, fans looked disappointed but Kohli wasn’t. Nor was he frustrated after being forced to enter and leave the ground twice in the space of few minutes especially with irregular rain affecting the game. Instead, Kohli was seen joining Chris Gayle for a little dance in the middle of the pitch as both teams waited for the game to restart.  Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma & Ravi Shastri Make This Fan’s Day Ahead of India vs West Indies 1st ODI 2019 Match in Guyana (View Pics and Video).

The Indian captain wasn’t just limited to dancing with Gayle in the pitch. He was later seen dancing in the dugout and even broke in a short bhangra dance with one of the groundsmen at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. With India clean sweeping the T20I series 3-0, Kohli has looked relaxed and in a jovial mood ever since the Indian cricket team has landed in the Caribbean Island. Virat Kohli Batting Records in ODIs: Indian Skipper on Verge of Touching These Milestones as India Face West Indies in Three-Match ODI Series.

Virat Kohli Showing His Bhangra Skills

Take a Look At the Other Time Kohli Started Dancing

Earlier, in third India vs West Indies T20I game at the same stadium, Kohli was seen dancing during the drinks break. Kohli at that time was batting with Rishabh Pant and the duo were engaged in rescuing India after both the openers - Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul - were dismissed inside 5 overs. Kohli and Pant stitched a century-run partnership to help India secure a 7 wicket victory and clean sweep the T20I series 3-0.

Kohli Grooves to Bhangra Tune

India will play the West Indies in five-match ODI series before also taking them on in two Test matches. India clean swept the series 3-0 and are aiming to continue their dominance over the men from the Caribbean.