Virat Kohli has been seen dancing to Oscar-winning original song ‘Naatu Naatu’. He has been chilling around the field keeping the atmosphere light.
Virat Kohli is known for chilling around the field
No matter how tough the situation is for the side. Virat Kohli did not disappoint his fans having fun. Virat Kohli recreated the epic dance steps of ‘Naatu Naatu’ as the audience got crazy.
Earlier the men in blue displayed a terrific performance in the ODI match against the Australian side and defeated them by 5 wickets and 61 balls remaining.
The Indian team started very poorly in chasing the run target, as they lost early wickets at a key time. However, with the likes of miraculous innings of KL Rahul, the Indian side won the match pretty comfortably.
#ViratKohli this is crazy 🕺🕺🕺— Telugu Box office (@TCinemaFun) March 17, 2023
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Mitchell Starc displayed his class, why he is one of the most dangerous swing bowlers, and dismantled the top order of the in-form Indian team. Starc picked up 3 wickets and Marcus Stoinis picked up 2 wickets.
KL Rahul scored a whooping 75 runs innings from 91 balls at the strike rate of 82.42, Ravindra Jadeja kept a steady partnership and scored 45 runs from 69 balls that aided the Indian team to steal the win from Australia’s hands.
Virat Kohli can be seen dancing to the iconic song ‘Naatu Naatu’
The Australian side didn’t perform well as per the expectations and managed to score only 188 runs in 35.4 overs. The heroic innings of Mitchell Marsh helped the side to reach a respectable score, as the Indian team did phenomenal work in restricting the hosts.
From the Indian team, Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj picked up 3 wickets, Ravindra Jadeja, picked up 2 wickets, and Hardik Pandya, and Kuldeep Yadav picked up 1-1 wickets each.
The Australian team will be looking to bounce back on the upcoming 2nd ODI match taking place on 19th March 2023.
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