Rashid Khan becomes fan of Thailand Women’s team after their impromptu dance

Rashid Khan becomes fan of Thailand Women’s team after their impromptu dance

With the rain ruining any chances of the match resuming, Thailand Women team decided to entertain the crowd present at the ground.

Rashid Khan
Rashid Khan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Thailand Women’s cricket team had a blast in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia. Though they failed to make it to the knockout stages of the tournament, they thoroughly enjoyed their time down under, having fun on the field and off it, while giving it their everything in every match they have played.

The team finished their journey in the tournament with one point after their match against Pakistan was called off due to rain in Sydney. This was after they had slammed 150/3 in 20 overs, their highest ever T20 score with Nattakan Chantam making 56, Nattaya Boochatham making 44 and two other batters making 20 runs each. It was a once in a lifetime chance to upset Pakistan, only for the rains to interrupt.

Thailand Women breaks into dance to entertain audiences

With the rain ruining any chances of the match resuming, Thailand Women team decided to entertain the crowd present at the ground and those watching at home with an impromptu dance performance. “During the rain delay, Thailand kept the fans entertained on the big screen with an impromptu dance-off. Thank you for being part of #TheBigDance!” International Cricket Council (ICC) captioned the video on Twitter.

The Thai team danced to the tunes of Vengaboys’ ‘We Like to Party’. This led to some hilarious reactions from Twitterati, but not more than Afghanistan’s star spinner Rashid Khan. Rashid, who is closely following the Women’s game, while resting at home before the Indian Premier League 2020 starts. He replied to ICC tweet saying, “Fan of Thailand team now”.

Pakistan had defeated West Indies, the 2016 T20 World Champions in their opening match, lost the next two and needed to chase down 150, which would have been a record for them to have any chance of keeping their hopes of semi-final qualification alive. But the game was abandoned before they could face a ball, and the points shared.

India and Australia have already qualified for the semis from Group A, while South Africa and England have done the same from Group B. But South Africa still have a match in hand, against the West Indies, to make a bid to finish on top of the table and avoid taking on red-hot and unbeaten Indian team in the knockout game.