In the backdrop of India's massive 224-run win over West Indies in the fourth ODI at Brabourne Stadium on Monday, captain Virat Kohli and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja participated in a short race during the cricketing action.
It was a one-sided affair where Indian team came heavy on the Caribbean side in all the departments. The Men In Blues fielded extremely well in Mumbai and produced two magical run outs; first by Kuldeep Yadav and second by the Indian skipper himself.
The race took place in the very first over of the West Indies innings when opener Chandrapaul Hemraj guided the ball onto the off side and Kohli ran away to stop the ball ahead of the boundary rope. In the mid-way, Kohli saw Jadeja running along and suddenly both started running quickly towards the ball. In the end, the skipper slowed down his pace to let the left-armer pick up the ball.
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The duo took centre stage after a rare failure by skipper Virat Kohli.
Rohit's 21st century came off 137 balls with the help of 20 fours and four hits over the fence, while Rayudu decorated his 100-run knock with eight boundaries and four sixes.
Chasing 378, West Indies simply caved in against India's clinical bowling attack on what was a batting-friendly wicket to be bundled out for a paltry 153 in 36.2 overs.