Team India cricketer Virat Kohli is known for enjoying himself on the field. He was seen attempting the ‘Jhoome Jo Pathaan’ dance step during the first Test against Australia on Saturday, February 11 at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur. India registered a convincing victory in the match, as they defeated the visitors by an innings and 132 runs.
A video from the match featuring Virat Kohli and other Indian players has gone viral on social media. In the video, Virat Kohli can be seen dancing, with Ravindra Jadeja too joining the veteran batter in his dance moves. They appear to attempt the viral dance step of ‘Jhoome Jo Pathaan’ from Shah Rukh Khan’s new movie ‘Pathaan’.
Watch the video here:
Kohli & Jadeja doing jhoome jo pathaan step? 😂❤️ #INDvsAUS #pathaan #ShahRukhKhan𓀠 #ViratKohli𓃵 #RavindraJadeja pic.twitter.com/089U6NjOwg
— Aarush Srk (@SRKAarush) February 11, 2023
Virat Kohli could not make much of an impact in the recently concluded first Test against Australia. He got out for twelve runs against debutant Todd Murphy in the match. Team India put on 400 runs on the board in response to Australia’s 177 runs. They then bowled out the hosts for a paltry 91 to go one up in the four-match series.
He looks like he is not expecting the ball: Mark Waugh analyses Virat Kohli’s dropped catches at slips
Former Australian cricketer Mark Waugh analyzed Team India cricketer Virat Kohli’s slip-catching technique. The veteran batter dropped a couple of catches in the slips cordon in the first Test against Australia. He dropped Steve Smith in the first innings, and David Warner in the second. Fortunately for Team India, the two Aussies did not trouble the hosts much and were dismissed early.
Talking about Virat Kohli’s slip-catching, former cricketer Mark Waugh said on Starsports,
“Fielding at slip off the spinners, you got to judge the depth you want to stand. Felt that the catch that Kohli put down, he was rushed into taking the catch. I think there are a few technical things that Kohli can work on. I think his feet are two wide apart. His weight is often is on the back of his heels rather than on his feet. Sometimes, he looks like he is not expecting the ball. He has got to be expecting the ball every single delivery.”
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