WATCH | Virat Kohli grooves to Caribbean tunes during washed out Windies ODI

After the first break when the umpires called the players to the field, Kohli did not let his mood to be dampened by rain.

Published: 09th August 2019 11:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th August 2019 11:55 AM   |  A+A-

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Virat Kohli even managed to rope in Chris Gayle | Twitter@BCCI


GEORGETOWN: While the first ODI between India and West Indies ended on a dull note as it got abandoned due to persistent rain, cricket fans in Guyana were provided with some moments by skipper Virat Kohli which they must have cherished.

Only 13 overs could be bowled before the first ODI of the three-match rubber was called off due at the Providence Stadium here on Thursday.

However, during those 13 overs, fans who were present at the stadium and those watching on the television sets, were treated to watch some dancing moves from Kohli, who was otherwise left frustrated by the start-stop rain.

After the first break when the umpires called the players to the field, Kohli did not let his mood to be dampened by rain and was seen dancing several times on the tunes of the DJ.

While the Indian skipper danced with his teammates on several occasions, he even managed to rope in Chris Gayle, his former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) teammate.

BCCI took to Twitter to post the pictures of Kohli and Gayle.

Earlier, the start of the series opener was delayed by 90 minutes due to morning showers and was reduced to 43-overs a side before rain once again played a spoilsport and after two interruptions in the play the match was abandoned.

India, who had a clean sweep over Windies in the T20Is, will now look to continue their dominance when the two teams meet in the second ODI at the Port of Spain on Sunday.

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