WATCH – Virat Kohli dancing to celebrate India’s win with the resort staff in Centurion

Virat Kohli got out on low scores of 35 and 18 in the two innings of the first Test match against South Africa at the SuperSport Park.

Virat Kohli shaking his leg
Virat Kohli shaking his leg

The Indian team has clinched a historic victory in the first Test match against South Africa at the SuperSport Park, Centurion. The Virat Kohli-led side beat the hosts comprehensively by a margin of 113 runs to go 1-0 up in the series with the help of an all-round performance in the Boxing Day Test.

Soon after the game ended, Kohli was seen dancing to celebrate the victory of the ‘Asian Giants’ with the resort staff in Centurion. This isn’t the first time when the fans got to see the 33-year-old shaking his legs as he was earlier doing so on the field during the first IND vs SA red-ball game.

Here’s the full video of Virat Kohli’s celebratory dance:

However, the Indian skipper’s vows with the bat as he yet again failed to convert his starts into a big score. The right-handed batter played decent knocks of 35 (94) and 18 (32) but later got out while attempting to play loose shots against the African pacers. 

Ashwin, Pujara, and Siraj continue with celebrations

Apart from Kohli, some more members of the Indian team were seen dancing and celebrating the triumph. This victory clearly holds a special place in every Indian’s heart as it also marked the second time when the Asian Giants clinched four Test victories outside Asia in a calendar year (Brisbane, Lord’s, Oval, Centurion).

The list of other players included the likes of Ravichandran Ashwin, Cheteshwar Pujara, and Mohammed Siraj. The veteran spinner shared a video of the trio on his official Instagram handle. He wrote:

“The customary post-match pictures got too boring, hence @cheteshwar_pujara decided to make it memorable by shaking a leg for the first time ever with @mohammedsirajofficial and yours truly. What a win.”

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