Virat Kohli checks out his own viral dancing video. His reaction is epic

first_imgVirat Kohli’s dance moves were on show at the Adelaide Oval on day three of the first Test, the video of which has since gone viral on social media.India went onto to win the Test match by 31-runs and create history. Kohli became the first Asian captain to win Tests in Australia, South Africa, and England. He also become the first team to win a Test match in Australia, England and South Africa in the same calendar year.After the celebrations and the post-match presentation and press-conference, Kohli was making his way off the field when former Australia spinner Shane Warne caught him. Warne was live on broadcast as he saw Kohli walking past him. He called him over and showed him the video of his dance.Virat’s loving it… #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/JV0lxo4Aencricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 8, 2018Even though the Indian captain was a bit apprehensive in the beginning but eventually gave in to the requests. Kohli was amused and laughed off what he had done just two days ago.Warne posted the video of the whole affair on his social media platforms, which since has also gone viral, with both Indians and Australians lauding the camaraderie between the two on-field.Kohli was booed too on day three, as the negative reaction from the home crowd came after he was criticised by Australian coach Justin Langer for his wicket celebrations.Langer said that if Australian players were to celebrate wickets like Virat Kohli did, they would be seen as “the worst blokes in the world”.advertisementThere was huge backlash from the Indian cricketing fraternity with Sunil Gavaskar defending Kohli, saying he only “celebrates with intensity”.Kohli has since maintained his top spot at the top of the latest ICC Test rankings, while garnering praise for his gesture of giving away his and his wife’s, Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma, business class seats for India’s pacers.A lot of water has since flown under the bridge and it Kohli who had the last laugh as India go onto the next Test in Perth leading the four-match series 1-0.Also Read | There will be a result in every match, predicts Ganguly after India’s Adelaide Test winAlso Read | The Pujara Sr maxim that never fails CheteshwarAlso Read | Virat Kohli explains why Ishant Sharma was angry despite Adelaide Test victorylast_img