Watch: Shreyas Iyer unveils interesting dancing skills to celebrate the Shamarh Brooks catch

Shreyas Iyer indulged in a unique form of wicket celebrations during the opening one-dayer against the West Indies. 
 
Shreyas Iyer

Positioned at deep square leg, Shreyas Iyer unveiled amusing dancing skills after a catch. 

One of the more stylish Indian cricketers on the field, Shreyas Iyer unveiled his dancing skills after effecting a dismissal in the opening game of the ODI series against the West Indies on Friday (July 22). 

Iyer took a comfortable catch to help dismiss the hosts' well-set batter Shamarh Brooks, before entering a unique dancing celebration to relish the breakthrough for his side. 

Fielding at the deep square leg region, the Indian batter took an easy catch off a mistimed pull struck by Brooks against right-arm seamer Shardul Thakur. 

The moment he grabbed hold of the ball, Shreyas Iyer started walking in an interesting manner towards the playing arena. He then turned his back towards a section of fans sitting behind him and did a wave-like dancing celebration. 

Shreyas Iyer's unique wicket celebration 

The breakthrough arrived near the close of the 24th over of the West Indies' run-chase. Facing Thakur's short ball, Brooks attempted a pull shot that he aimed for the square leg boundary. But the right-hander got a miscue on his stroke and could only dispatch the ball into the hands of the waiting Shreyas Iyer. 

Iyer comfortably got hold of the ball to trigger a sense of despair on the face of Brooks and frustration in the West Indies camp as they went about trying to overhaul India's massive 308/7. The hosts were going well at 133 for 1 when they lost their second wicket due to an ill-executed shot from Brooks, batting 46 at the time. 

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The feelings were of complete contrast within the Indian camp, especially on the face of Iyer, who did an interesting walk before turning towards the pavillion and indulging in a wave to complete his unique dancing celebration. 

 

The high-scoring thriller at Port of Spain ended with an Indian win by three runs. The fixture was a personally fruitful one for Shreyas Iyer, who contributed a knock of 54 off 57 batting at No.3 and shared a wonderful partnership with stand-in India skipper Shikhar Dhawan in the first half.