In the first ODI against West Indies, India batter Shreyas Iyer explained his dance moves at the boundary after taking Shamarh Brooks' catch.

As Brooks hooked a short ball from Shardul Thakur in the 24th over of their innings, Shreyas Iyer took a regulation catch at deep square leg. As Iyer danced, he looked at the audience teasingly.

During a conversation with Mohammed Siraj, the middle-order batter explained the purpose of the dance. As he fielded near the boundary line, the crowd was teasing him.

It was teasing me to say 'drop a catch', 'drop a catch'. "I tried to dance like them after taking the catch when the catch came my way," Iyer said on BCCI TV while speaking with Mohammed Siraj.

As the Men in Maroon chased a 309-run target, that catch of Brooks broke a 117-run second-wicket partnership.

Taking Thakur's delivery, Powell lofted it over covers. However, Iyer displayed brilliant skills to reach the length and pluck the delivery at deep cover, and followed it up with a unique celebration

Aside from taking two catches in the second innings, yer scored 54 runs off 57 balls. In both the rescheduled Test match and the T20Is, he was criticised for his lackluster performance.

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