Chennai Super Kings have made 191-4 in their allotted 20 overs vs Royal Challengers Bangalore. Winning the toss and batting first, Chennai got off to a great start. The openers Rituraj Gayakwad and Faf Du Plessis, added 74 runs for the first wicket in 9.1 overs. Rituraj Gayakwad was the first one to go. He made 33 runs in 25 balls. His innings contained 4 fours and a six.
Suresh Raina made a sparkling 25 in just 18 balls. The south paw hit 3 sixes in his brief stay. He was dismissed by Harshal Patel. Meanwhile, Faf Du Plessis reached his 50 at the other end. It took him 40 deliveries to reach the landmark. However, he was out next ball after hitting his 50. His wicket was also taken by Harshal Patel when, the batsman tried to launch him for a six.
In the end, Ravindra Jadeja played an innings of lifetime when he whacked 62 runs in just 28 balls. His innings had 5 sixes, all of which came in the last over. Jadeja pulverised Harshal Patel, for 37 runs in the last over, beating the bowler to a pulp.
Co-incidentally, Harshal Patel was the most successful bowler for Royal Challengers. He picked 3 wickets in his four overs, before that wretched last over ruined his figures. Ultimately, he finished with 4-0-51-3.
Virat Kohli dance!
However, amidst all this, a funny moment happened in the match. It was just before, the start of the 17th over in the innings of Chennai. Ambati Rayudu and Ravindra Jadeja was batting. Virat Kohli was seen talking about something with Glenn Maxwell. Then, after the talk got ended and the two were going back to their usual fielding positions, suddenly Kohli started dancing!
Yes. He started to dance. Although, it was not any over the top dance but just a simple one. Here, Kohli used both of his hands to swing and twisted his torso a little bit. It was very similar to a random dance, which people often do while they are in a happy mood,
It was also, a proof that Kohli seemed to be happy with the way, the match was going.
Watch the clip of Kohli’s dance here: