New Delhi. The passion with which Virat Kohli enjoys Test cricket is unmatched. On the field, he continues to raise the morale of the team players as well as the spectators. In South Africa, India is playing its first test match (India vs South Africa) at Centurion. Even though spectators are not allowed to enter the stadium in this match, Virat Kohli’s enthusiasm and morale remains the same. India’s Test captain was recently seen in a cheery mood on the field once again as his team continued to dominate South Africa in the first Test at Centurion on Day 3.
Virat Kohli On the third day of the match, he was caught on camera dancing on the ground. Kohli is such a player, who gives his everything on the field. Their energy often pours on others around them as well. During the game, Kohli is sometimes seen interacting with the fans, in which he asks the spectators sitting in the stadium to cheer up the team. On many other occasions, he is seen dancing to the tune of music or dhol.
India and South Africa (IND vs SA) On Tuesday, on the third day of the match, Virat Kohli was once again seen dancing on the field. Even the commentators laughed seeing the India captain in the mood. The video of this dance of Kohli is becoming very viral on social media, seeing which the fans are also very happy.
Virat Kohli dancing to the tune. India is having a great day on field …
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After the end of three days’ play, India’s upper hand is heavy against South Africa. However, in the first innings, Kohli himself will not be completely satisfied with the efforts made with the bat. The 33-year-old batsman once again failed to play a big innings. He got out after scoring 35 runs in 94 balls in the first innings. It was KL Rahul, who led India with the bat. He scored 123 runs off 260 balls, while Mayank Agarwal (69 off 123) gave him good company at the top in the first innings. Ajinkya Rahane (48 off 102) also had a good partnership with Rahul.
After India’s first innings, Mohammed Shami showed his excellence in bowling. He took 5 wickets for South Africa for 44 runs. Shardul Thakur and Jasprit Bumrah also took 2-2 wickets. One wicket went to Mohammad Siraj’s account. South Africa’s team could not stand in front of Indian bowling and got out for 197 runs in the first innings.