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[Watch] Leicestershire Head Coach Plays Dhol After The End Of Warm-Up Game

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Leicestershire head coach plays the dhol (Credit: Twitter)

India and Leicestershire faced off each other in a four-day warm up game ahead of the crucial test match against England. The test match will be played at Edgbaston in Birmingham from July 1. It is part of the Test series which started last year. The Indian team is currently leading the series by 2-1.

The warm up match between India and Leicestershire XI ended up in a draw. There was an amazing atmosphere at the Uptonsteel County ground. Several cricket fans came there to witness the Indian superstars in action. After the end of the 4th day, some interesting pictures went viral.

There was a great exhibition of Indian culture in the form of Bhangra, Dhols at Uptonsteel County ground. There were several people with Dhols in their hands. Leicestershire head coach Paul Nixon and former England cricketer Phillip Defreitas also joined the performers for the celebration.

Both of them seem to be enjoying playing Dhol in the video. The county ground also turned into a musical fest with Queen classic ‘We will rock you’ echoed around the ground with lots of cheers. It was great to see foreign coaches enjoying the Indian culture.  Leicestershire Foxes twitter handle posted a video of it with caption,”Head coach steals the show .Head coach @Paulnico199 & England legend @cricketdaffy are a vibe.”

 

Rahul Dravid pleased with preparation of Indian team

The batting form of Virat Kohli was the biggest positive for the Indian team in the warm up game against Leicestershire. Ravindra Jadeja, Shreyas Iyer, KS Bharat and Rishabh Pant too scored fifties from the Indian team. It would be interesting to see with which combination India would play.

Rahul Dravid was pleased with the preparation of the Indian team for the last Test match. Dravid feels that India ticked all the boxes in the warm up game against Leicestershire XI. Coach Dravid said that Indian team would have to bring it’s A game from the first day of test match itself.


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