While he aggressive celebrations on the field has been the talking point, the 30-year-old seems not to be perturbed by that as was grooving while fielding on day three
While he aggressive celebrations on the field has been the talking point, the 30-year-old seems not to be perturbed by that as was grooving while fielding on day three

Virat Kohli is usually intensity personified on the field, but sometimes the Delhi-born does have a bit of fun also. No, not talking about him flipping the finger at Sydney four years ago.

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That had him in hot waters and made the headlines in all the leading dailies in Australia the day after.

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However, on his second trip Down Under for the Test series, Kohli is much more matured, of course, much better player and well, by the looks of it, much more relaxed.While his aggressive celebrations on the field has been the talking point, the 30-year-old seems not to be perturbed by that as was grooving to some Bhangra moves while fielding on day three.

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He began with a bit of popping and locking then moved on to some Bhangra steps:

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India made 250 and bowled up Australia for 235, to take a lead of 15 runs on day three of the 1st Test at Adelaide. The first 50-plus opening stand between KL Rahul  and Murali Vijay outside of India put the visiting team in command over Australia on a rain-hit third day at Adelaide Oval, where by tea the lead was 101.