After 13 overs were bowled, rain abandoned the play between West Indies and India One-Day-International at the Guyana National Stadium on Thursday.
However, the rains did not hamper the moods of the India captain Virat Kohli, who put on his dancing shoes and showcased some of his electric moves on the field.
Not only Virat Kohli but West Indian batsmen Chris Gayle too shook a leg.
Things to do when rain stops play
Stay indoors ❎
Dance to entertain☑️
Watch @imVkohli showcase some dance moves 🕺 as rains 🌧️ washout the 1st ODI between #WIvIND
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— Sony Sports (@SonySportsIndia) August 9, 2019
The play started two hours late due to morning showers, and then after brief interruptions the play was washed away when West Indies reached 54-1.
Gayle, who has reversed a decision to retire from the 50 overs-per-side format of the game after the World Cup was the lone wicket to fall. He was bowled by left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav for four, leaving him nine runs short of surpassing the tally of outstanding former batsman and captain Brian Lara of 10,405 as the most by a West Indian in ODIs.
Evin Lewis was unbeaten on 40 off 36 deliveries (three sixes, two fours) in partnership with Shai Hope when the match was called off.
Source : Various