Virat Kohli and the Indian cricket team are currently on their tour to England for the upcoming five-match Test series. There is a lot of anticipation and excitement revolving around the big tournament.
However, ahead of the series, the Indian cricket team were playing a three-day practice game against Essex. The match was hosted by the County Ground in Chelmsford and when the Indian players walked out on the field for the last day’s game there were something special waiting for them on the ground.
The Indian cricketers were welcomed on the energetic beats of the drummers, who were made to stand on both sides of the walk that leads out of the dressing room and the Indian players.
Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan being two hardcore Punjabis couldn’t stop themselves from dancing on the beats of the ‘Dhol’ and they started doing the Bhangra. The beats were loud and energetic, which made Virat Kohli perform a step to compliment the drummers, even Shikhar Dhawan who came while jogging performed a few steps with a Jatt look on his face.
The crowd present at the ground was going made watching the two cricketers doing Bhangra. The video of the same has been making rounds on the internet. It was posted by the official twitter handle of Essex Cricket.
Here, have a look at the video of Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan dancing :
Two @BCCI players have enjoyed their time at Chelmsford!
— Essex Cricket (@EssexCricket) July 27, 2018
This looks so much fun. Isn’t it?
Talking about the upcoming series, the Indian cricket team is all set to lock their horns with England in a five day series which will begin from August 1st. Many changes haves been made to the squad and the BCCI announced a very strong squad. Here, have a look at the squad for the series :
TEAM NEWS: #TeamIndia for the first three Tests against England announced #ENGvIND. Bhuvneshwar Kumar aggravated a lower back condition in the 3rd ODI. His condition is being assessed & a call on his inclusion in the Test squad will be made soon. pic.twitter.com/lhlF65VRUP
— BCCI (@BCCI) July 18, 2018
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