The highly dramatic Test series between Australia and India finally came to an end. But it ended in an anti-climatic note as rain had its say in the fourth and final Test of the series.
India was confident to bowl out Australia in the final day and win the series 3-1. But persistent rain and bad weather prevented it.
Nevertheless they already knew that they were going to win a Test series for the first time Down Under. As a result there was elation in the Indian camp when the official announcement came through.
The team performed some unique celebrations to commemorate their win. They performed a lap of honour in front of a sparse crowd. The audience had a majority of Indians who had come to witness this historic win.
The entire team has worked hard and they also loves to enjoy as well. Such an instance was seen on the field when Rishabh Pant came up with a dance step and everybody followed.
However Man of the Series and top scorer of the series, Cheteshwar Pujara, did his best but couldn’t perform the dance. The other players were left in splits watching Pujara dance. Even Pant tried to make Pujara shake his legs. But it all went to vain as ‘simple’ Pujara couldn’t do it.
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Kohli had no idea of what they were doing
The Indian team performed the dance in front of the crowd. Later during the press conference, Kohli admitted that he had no idea what they all were doing.
“You’ll have to ask Rishabh that, he came up with that and we just went along. I don’t know what he was trying to do to be honest. It just felt good, it was very easy, but Pujara couldn’t even do that. You can see how simple he is,” he said.
Further Kohli extended the joke and said that the dance might be the Pujara’s version of dancing.
“That was the Pujara dance because when he walks he doesn’t move his hands. It’s more of an extension of his walk. Rishabh came up and we just joined in,” the 30-year-old added.