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Watch! Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle shake a leg to DJ tunes in 1st ODI in Guyana

Kohli and some other Indian players were seen shaking their legs for a while, moving to the tunes of the DJ at the venue along with Chris Gayle.

India TV Sports Desk India TV Sports Desk
New Delhi Updated on: August 09, 2019 11:52 IST
India vs West Indies
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Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle

As rain played peek-a-boo plenty of times at the Providence Stadium, the Universe Boss and King Kohli broke into the jig after rain stopped play during the 1st ODI between India and West Indies. 

Kohli and some other Indian players were seen shaking their legs for a while, moving to the tunes of the DJ at the venue. The players later walked off the field and the ground staff were seen spraying a lot of sawdust on the wet areas. Take a look. 

Rain played spoilsport as the first one-dayer between India and the West Indies was called off after the home side scored 54 for 1 in 13 overs here on Thursday.

The stop-start match, which was reduced to 34-over-a-side, was abandoned after a second rain interruption.

Opener Evin Lewis and Shai Hope were batting on 40 and 6 respectively at the rain break after Indian captain Virat Kohli won the toss and asked the West Indies to bat.

Earlier, the play had resumed after rain and ground-related interruption which forced the match being reduced to 34-over-a-side.

The match was already reduced to 43-over-a side even before a ball being bowled as the wet outfield had forced the toss to be delayed.

The match began two hours later than the original 7 pm IST start.

The first rain interruption was when the home side had scored 9 for no loss in 5.4 overs and the match was about to start 30 minutes later but the wet area near the bowlers' run-up led to another delay of more than half an hour.

The Indian fielders and the two West Indies batsmen -- Chris Gayle and Lewis -- came into the ground but Kohli was seen having a discussion with the umpires. 

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