IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli – First the Naatu Naatu dance during first ODI against Australia, and now by interacting with a…
IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli – First the Naatu Naatu dance during first ODI against Australia, and now by interacting with a young fan, Virat Kohli is setting the internet on fire. While leaving the Mumbai airport, paparazzi clicked a video of Kohli bonding with a young kid. The legendary batter signed an autograph, and also clicked a picture with him. The youngster seemed thrilled to bits, and fans lauded Kohli for humbleness and kindness. India won the first ODI against Australia by five wickets, but it was Kohli who won the battle off-field with this heart-warming gesture towards a passionate young fan. Follow IND vs AUS Live Updates with InsideSport.IN.
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For the unversed, while fielding during the first ODI between India and Australia, former India captain Kohli made the internet go crazy. Kohli as seen in a video that is going viral on Twitter danced to the famous Oscar-winning song ‘Natu Natu’ hook step during the first innings of the match at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium.
India players are enjoying an off day today before the second ODI begins on Sunday (Match 18). Rohit Sharma will be back leading the side after missing the first ODI due to family commitments.
IND vs AUS, 1st ODI
India was chasing 189 runs when Kohli got out after scoring four runs off nine deliveries. Men in Blue won by five wickets in the first ODI despite Australia having the advantage on a few occasions during the match.
India’s pursuit initially faltered because to an outstanding new-ball spell from Australia. Inside the first five overs, they lost three wickets.
KL Rahul (75*) with Hardik Pandya (25), and Ravindra Jadeja (45*) formed two crucial partnerships that helped India out of a precarious situation. His unbroken 108-run partnership with Jadeja enabled India to complete the task with 61 balls remaining.