IPL 2023: Nagin dance was performed just before the start of the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Every Indian was surprised to see English legend Graeme Swann’s serpent dance
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New Delhi.The fanfare of the players continues in IPL 2023. In the league, the echo of the batsmen’s bats, the bowlers’ ball is wreaking havoc. Meanwhile, some funny stories of the players are also in discussion. Now the serpent dance of the commentators is becoming quite viral. Great England spinner Graeme Swann performed the serpent dance before the 9th match of IPL 2023 played between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
In fact, Swan is part of the expert panel of the league’s digital broadcaster. Before the match, he was seen doing Naagin dance with other commentators. He danced to the tune and made himself dance by making fun and also made everyone dance. Former Indian woman cricketer Reema Malhotra also supported Swan. His video is becoming quite viral on social media. Swan’s amazing dance has made every Indian a fan.
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On camera masti on #hangout ! Swanny is fun @Swannyg66 @rotalks @mantramugdh @JioCinema pic.twitter.com/vKqAXQ2kVh
— Reema Malhotra (@ReemaMalhotra8) April 6, 2023
RCB limited to 123 runs
Talking about the match, Kolkata defeated Bangalore by 81 runs. Shardul Thakur was the hero of Kolkata’s victory. Who hit 68 runs in 29 balls. Nitish Rana’s team had given a target of 205 runs to RCB, in response to which RCB got all out for 123 runs in 17.4 overs.
Batsman and bowlers set the tone
After the Kolkata batsmen, the bowlers set the tone and sent stormy batsmen like Virat Kohli, captain Faf Duplesey, Michael Bracewell to the pavilion cheaply. Varun Chakraborty took 4 and Suyash Sharma took 3 wickets. 4 RCB batsmen got bowled.
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