Before the match, Virat Kohli showed the power of dance, seeing this antics, you will not stop laughing…

Team India will face Australia in the deciding match of the three-match ODI series in Chennai. Captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl considering that the chasing team had won the first two games. As the Men in Blue took to the field minutes before the first ball was to be bowled, the hosts were preparing for the huddle. Former skipper Virat Kohli chose to entertain the fans as always.

virat kohli dance

Virat Kohli is known to have fun on the field with his Team India teammates and their dance moves have gone viral on social media. Dance moves were once again on display ahead of the third ODI between India and Australia in Chennai on Wednesday as the former India captain was seen grooving to the tunes of a Shah Rukh Khan song.

virat kohli dance

Kohli showed off at least four different dance moves on different tracks, including the iconic step from Salman Khan-starrer Dabangg. That was not enough, after the contest was over, Kohli showed his enthusiasm for the decider by taking a huge leap. Since then the picture of his leap has gone viral on the internet.

virat kohli dance

As Team India entered the ground, the song ‘Lungi Dance’ from the movie Chennai Express was playing and Kohli could not stop himself from dancing. Even Ravindra Jadeja joined in the fun as India looked to be in a jovial mood. Australia captain Steve Smith won the toss and elected to bat first in the third ODI against India at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Wednesday.

virat kohli dance

Australia leveled the series in the second ODI with the help of Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head. Their spirits will be high when they walk into the stadium for the final ODI. On the other hand, India would like to bounce back after suffering a defeat in the last ODI.

virat kohli dance

Coming to the game, Australia scored a competitive 269 against India in the series-deciding third and final ODI here on Wednesday. Put in to bat, the Australian top-order batsmen got starts but failed to make it big. Opening the innings, Mitchell Marsh top-scored with 47 while Travis Head scored 33 off 31 balls.

“Australia is a good team and you can always test your depth. We are playing from the same team. We were thinking of playing with four fast bowlers, but the conditions here favor spinners, so we go with three spinners,” said Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma.


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