SA vs IND: Virat Kohli shakes a leg during Day 3 of the Centurion Test against South Africa

Kohli scored 35 runs in India's first innings before getting out to Lungi Ngidi.

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Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Indian Test skipper, Virat Kohli, is known for having fun on the cricket field irrespective of the position his team is in. The 33-year-old doesn’t mind expressing himself and keeps entertaining the crowd from time to time. Kohli was seen doing the same during the opening Test between India and South Africa that is currently taking place at the iconic SuperSport Park in Centurion.

At the fag end of the third day’s play on Tuesday, December 28, Kohli was seen breaking into an impromptu dance. During the change of overs, Kohli was seen warming up with some dance moves. The video didn’t take time in going viral on various social media platforms. Subsequently, the video has also garnered plenty of likes and comments from the time it was uploaded.

Here’s the video

He is a mature person, says Virat Kohli’s childhood coach

It’s been more than two years since Kohli scored a century for Team India at the international level. Of late, he has come under a lot of fire for not being able to perform consistently with the bat in hand. Earlier this year, the Delhi-born Kohli relinquished captaincy in the T20 format and later was removed as the skipper in the 50-over format.

In the meantime, Rajkumar Sharma, Kohli’s childhood coach, reckoned that the cricketer would be back to his best in the ongoing Test series. He said that the world would get to see the Kohli of the past in his dominating and attacking demeanour.

“Last time Virat played an amazing innings in the Centurion and I hope he will play that once again. All his fans are eagerly waiting to see him perform just like before. He is a mature person. He has been captaining for a long time now and he is passionate about team India’s performance. This time the fans will get to see the original Virat back in form,” Sharma was quoted as saying.

Although India are in a commanding position, having taken a 146 run lead in the first Test, Kohli hasn’t had the best of times on the personal front. He scored 35 in the first innings, before perishing to Lungi Ngidi while chasing a ball way outside the off-stump.

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