IND vs NZ, 1st ODI: After celebrating against New Zealand, Virat Kohli celebrates the victory in a unique style, see video

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Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and captain Virat Kohli
Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and captain Virat Kohli (AP Photo / Aijaz Rahi)
 

IND vs NZ, 1st ODI: After celebrating against New Zealand, Virat Kohli celebrates the victory in a unique style: After the match ended, Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have been celebrating on the field in a different style. The joy of winning a win after ten years in Napier made the Indian captain and former captain memorable for the fence.

After the success of Australia, the Indian team started the tour of New Zealand in a bumpy form. In the first ODI against New Zealand, India played a one-sided win and started the tour. After the victory, Captain Kohli looked very happy and praised bowlers very much. After the match ended, Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have been celebrating on the field in a different style. The joy of winning a win after ten years in Napier made the Indian captain and former captain memorable for the fence. In fact, after the match ended, both the players were seen riding on Segway on the field. Usually Sagev is near the camera crew who use it to draw different pictures during the match. Kohli appeared on the grounds of Sage Gave, and during this time he was also making different types of poses. This video has been shared by the BCCI by its official Twitter handle.

In addition to Kohli, Mahendra Singh Dhoni also enjoyed the pleasure of roaming on Segway. Let the New Zealand team bat first while being all out for 157 runs. India needed only 158 runs to win this match. Because of not seeing the ball due to sunlight due to sunlight, this goal was shortened and India was now making one run short. Shikhar Dhawan started off aggressively and scored 75 in 103 balls. He also hit six fours in his innings.

Rohit Sharma lost his wicket after dinner, but Virat Kohli and Dhawan brought the team to victory. Kohli scored 45 runs in 59 balls with three fours. Fast bowler Loki Ferguson caught him out caught by Tom Lameth at the wicket. After Kohli, Raidu and Dhawan did the job of getting the team easily to victory. At the same time, Dhawan completed his 26th ODI half-century and became the fourth fastest batsman to complete 5000 runs at the fastest pace.