West Indies cricketers are known for their funky haircuts and groovy dance moves. Dwayne Bravo, Chris Gayle, and Andre Russell are some of the names that have lit the IPL stage with their performances as well as with their dance moves. While Gayle is not a part of this year’s IPL, Andre Russell and Dwayne Bravo are still here to entertain the crowd.
With Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) playing against Rajasthan Royals (RR) on Monday evening, spectators were eager to see the Russell show. But as KKR opted to field first, they had to wait for the West Indian’s gigantic sixes. However, the KKR all-rounder made sure that he keeps the crowd entertained with his dance moves.
At the fag end of RR innings, Russell was seen grooving to a Bollywood song that was being played at the stadium. In between the 19th and 20th over, Russell was seen jamming to ‘Aata majhi satakali’ song while he was fielding at the long-on boundary.
Watch the video here:
Russell 😍😍 pic.twitter.com/5n0KvbVF4r
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RR set a target of 153 for KKR
Now coming to the game, KKR bowlers did a brilliant job to restrict Rajasthan to 152/5 in their 20 overs. The Shreyas Iyer-led side kept RR batters nailed down from the start. They bowled tight lines and did not give away freebies. The bowlers also kept striking at regular intervals to keep a check on the scoring rate.
For RR, captain Sanju Samson played a brave inning of 54 off 49 balls. After getting a brisk start, Samson had to put a brake on his scoring rate with wickets tumbling from the other end. The batter then perished while trying to up the ante in the slog overs. With Samson gone, RR looked in a spot of bother and it seemed they won’t be able to go past 140. However, some big hits from Shimron Hetmyer ensured RR cross 150.