Virat Kohli Shows Off Dance Moves To Nepali Music During India-Nepal Match, Video Goes Viral - Watch
After Team India won the toss and elected to bowl first at the Pallekele International Stadium in Kandy, Virat Kohli made the most of the Indian cricket team's first-ever cricket encounter against Nepal in any version of the game by dancing to Nepali music during the Nepali innings.
Aasif Sheikh, a batter for Nepal, was caught by Kohli in the second over of the match by Mohammed Siraj's bowling, setting off a disastrous start to the day for him.
The opening pair from Nepal made a fast start to put India under pressure, and this was one of three catches the Men in Blue failed to make in the first five overs of the match.
Later on in the evening, Kohli atoned for his earlier actions by dismissing Sheikh off of Siraj's bowling with an amazing one-handed catch.
But up until that point, the Nepali opener had only scored 58 runs in 97 balls after being dropped when batting at number one. To skipper Rohit Sharma's dismay, Shreyas Iyer and Ishan Kishan had both failed to hold onto relatively simple catches.
Regarding the game, Nepal was 178–6 after 37.5 overs when the weather called off play. India's bowling effort has been led by Ravindra Jadeja, who has taken three wickets. Mohammed Siraj has claimed two wickets, while Shardul Thakur has only claimed one.
Rain caused the opening game of India's tournament versus Pakistan to be cancelled. Defeating Nepal in an unexpected manner will eliminate India from the competition. India will advance to the Super 4 stage and play Pakistan on September 10 if the rain continues or they record the anticipated victory.