WATCH: DJ plays 'Moye Moye' as match went to super over, Virat Kohli's funny dance goes viral in 3rd T20I vs Afghanistan

The DJ played the moye moye song and Virat Kohli could not stop himself from dancing on it. He was seen covering his face with his palms before shaking his legs.

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Virat Kohli (Source - Twitter)

Virat Kohli (Source - Twitter)

Team India won the three matches of the T20I series against Afghanistan on January 18 at M. Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium in Bangalore. Notably, the Men in Blue needed two super overs to win the final T20I against the visiting side. However, the DJ at Bangalore Stadium took a sly dig at Team India after they failed to defend their target ahead of the super overs.

Notably, Afghanistan managed to put 212 runs on the board to level up the score in the final T20I. However, after the result, the DJ at the Bangalore stadium played the song "Moye Moye," which is a popular culture in India, to make the situation funnier when something has gone wrong. As the song played, India's stalwart Virat Kohli's reaction was even funnier as he went on to dance to this iconic tune ahead of the superover.

Notably, this is not the first time his funny incident has caught the camera. There have been several incidents that caught the former India skipper in his funny form. Notably, the clip of his dance has gone viral on social media, and fans are loving and admiring him for his fun behaviour.

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Virat Kohli has made a comeback in the T20Is in the Afghanistan series

Virat Kohli has made a comeback in the T20Is in the Afghanistan series. However, the star cricketer missed the opening game of the series, as reports claim that he was set to celebrate his daughter's birthday on January 11. Meanwhile, the stylish right-handed batter was dismissed for just 26 runs in the second T20I in Indore, whereas he registered a duck in his name in the final T20I against Afghanistan on his IPL home ground, where he was expected to do most of the damage.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli's contribution to Rohit Sharma and Co. in the ODI World Cup 2023 helps him mark his comeback in the shortest format of the game after 14 months. The dashing batter wasn't part of the team in T20Is since India's 10-wicket loss in the T20 World Cup 2022 against England in the Adelaide Oval.

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