Indian cricketing sensation Shreyas Iyer recently uploaded an Instagram post where he can be seen dancing with his Indian teammate’s Yuzvendra Chahal’s wife Dhanashree Chahal. Both Iyer and Dhanashree are complementing each other quite well in the video. Fans of Shreyas Iyer are seemingly going gaga over his dancing skills.
Shreyas Iyer’s dance session with Dhanashree Chahal
Shreyas Iyer’s footwork is as smooth on the dance floor as it is on the cricket pitch. As for Dhanashree, she is a professional dancer as she can be seen enjoying her dance session with her husband’s teammate. Shreyas Iyer captioned the video: “Thinking on our feet 😛 @dhanashree9 🔥”
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IND vs ENG: Shreyas Iyer, Yuzvendra Chahal out of India’s Test team
Both, Chahal and Iyer are not included in India’s ongoing Test series against England. However, both of them are expected to make a comeback in the limited-over format which is scheduled to start from 12th March 2020. India will face England for their first T20 clash on 12th March at the Sardar Patel Stadium.
IND vs ENG: What happened in the first Test
After a glorious win in Australia, Indian fans were looking for yet another domination from their side against England in their own soil. However, the ‘Men in Blue’ displayed a completely antithetical performance of what was expected of them. The Virat Kohli-led side allowed the visitors to walk over them completely. England went on to win the first Test 227 runs as they took a 1-0 lead in the four-match Test series.
The Indian bowlers were left without any answers as Joe Root and Co. totally dismantled the host’s bowling attack in the first innings. The likes of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane failed to rise in the crunch situation for India allowing the Englishmen to enter the second innings with a lead of 241 runs.
While the Indian bowlers made a decent comeback in the second innings, England still managed to leave a heavy total of 420 runs for the Indians to chase. James Anderson-led English bowlers thumped the Indian batsmen for just 192 runs as India lost their first home Test in four years.