Rohit did something like this with Siraj in the dugout, the fans were surprised to see this sight. Hindi News

Jaipur: In his very first match as T20 captain, Rohit Sharma led Team India to a spectacular victory against New Zealand. In this match played in Jaipur on Wednesday, India defeated New Zealand by 5 wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20 series. Something happened during this match, which has caught the attention of the audience. During India’s batting, in Team India’s dugout, captain Rohit Sharma did something with fast bowler Mohammad Siraj, whose video is becoming fiercely viral on Twitter.

Rohit slaps Siraj!

Actually, during the match, Rohit Sharma slapped fast bowler Mohammad Siraj while sitting in the dugout. Although Rohit Sharma did it in a fun-filled manner. Fans are also having a lot of fun on this video. When Team India was marching towards victory, Rohit was having fun with Siraj and then the cameraman captured the scene. Hitman slaps Siraj from behind in a fun way.

India won

Let us inform that Mohammad Siraj took 1 wicket in this match. India beat New Zealand by five wickets in the first T20I to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Batting first, the New Zealand team had given a target of 165 runs to India, in response to which India achieved the target by losing 5 wickets with 2 balls to spare. The heroes of India’s victory were Suryakumar Yadav and Rohit Sharma, who scored 62 and 48 runs respectively. Suryakumar hit 6 fours and 3 sixes in his 40-ball innings, while Rohit faced 36 balls and hit 5 fours and 2 sixes, but missed by just 2 runs after hitting a fifty.

New Zealand battered

KL Rahul was dismissed for 15 while Shreyas Iyer, who returned to the team after being out of the T20 World Cup, did not look comfortable and lost his wicket after scoring five runs. Venkatesh Iyer, playing the first international match, hit Daryl Mitchell for a four, but was caught by Ravindra Rachin in an attempt to play reverse sweep on the next ball. After this, however, Rishabh Pant gave India victory by scoring the winning run. Earlier, with the help of half-centuries from Martin Guptill and Mark Chapman, New Zealand scored 164 for six.