India and West Indies share an impeccable bond both on and off the field and it was clearly evident as both the teams were involved in some on-field revelry during the rain break. After shaking legs with the Guyana groundsman, Virat Kohli taught Chris Gayle some Indian dance moves on the field.
If it is Gayle, it is always celebration. Add Virat Kohli to the group, the RCB reunion just becomes even crazier. There might be terrible drainage facility in Guyana which delayed the match several times, but the duo didn’t miss a single chance to produce, what can easily be called, “the funniest Virat Kohli moment ever” on a field.
After umpires asked both the team players to come to the ground after the rain subsidized, they further found some difficulties with the ground conditions. After asking the ground staff to add more dust to that part of the surface, they instructed the players to walk off the ground once again. The players were clearly bored by sitting in the dressing room and decided to have some fun on the field.
With a Bollywood song going on in the background, Kohli first started doing a solo dance before joining kids near the boundary to make the situation lighter. Then, he joined his former RCB teammate and taught him some basic “Baarat” dance moves, with the Hindi song playing in the background at the stadium before Kedar Jadhav joined the duo to make the situation even funnier.
Of course, Kohli’s celebration has already been a part of Indian cricket’s lore, but this sure has to be the moment of the day for the Indian cricket fans, who after the semi-final loss to New Zealand, finally sculpted a “happy” comeback.