Breaking the internet with a viral dance move, Virat Kohli sprints into trophy celebrations with a “Michael Jackson slide.”
The batting legend Virat Kohli, the former captain of India, completed a forgettable series against Afghanistan on Wednesday by recording his first-ever golden duck in the third and final Twenty20 International in Bangalore. Against Afghanistan in the series finale at Indore, Kohli, making his T20I squad comeback after missing the ICC World Cup in 2022, made an immediate impression. In the second T20I against the team without Rashid Khan, the former captain scored 29 off 16 balls, demonstrating an amazing strike rate of above 181.
Kohli was looking forward to showing off his bat at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium when India arrived in Bengaluru for the third Twenty20 International yesterday. On the opening ball of his innings, though, the legendary player for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) was caught off guard. After being dismissed by Fareed Ahmad of Afghanistan on the opening delivery, Kohli went on to surpass the legendary Sachin Tendulkar and set an unwelcome duck record in the third Twenty20 International.
Despite his terrible experience with the willow, former India captain Virat Kohli continued to be the buzz of the town because to his superb fielding. The 35-year-old’s “Superman” dive on the boundary line prevented a certain six. Kohli was also spotted at the Chinnaswamy, dancing to a song that went viral during the thrilling Super Over match.
Fans on social media also took notice of Kohli’s dancing moves. After India’s exciting victory over Afghanistan, the batting star was spotted adding something special to the team photo. Here is how Kohli amused the Chinnaswamy crowd during the India vs. Afghanistan dead rubber.