Cape Town hotel staff perform a local dance and bid farewell to the South African Indian team

Indian cricketer Deepak Chahar took to Instagram and posted a video of the dance being performed by South African hotel staff.

The hotel staff is dancing. (Image credit: Instagram)

The Indian cricket team left South Africa after spending 5 weeks in the land of Proteas. And, the staff of the hotel where the Indian cricket team stayed performed a local dance to bid farewell to the “Men in Blue”.

indian cricketer Deepak Chahar took to Instagram and posted a video of the dance performed by South African hotel staff. Chahar thanked the hotel staff for their gesture.

“Thank you so much guys and South Africa for wonderful memories,” read the caption of the story posted by Deepak Chahar on Instagram.

South Africa shut out India in the three-game ODI series

The Indian team suffered a miserable 0-3 defeat at the hands of the South African team in the three-game ODI series between the two teams. The Proteas proved to be superior to the Indian team in all areas of the game.

This three-game rubber was the first series India played in the ODI format after Virat Kohli was relieved of his duties as skipper on the Indian side. Earlier, even in the three-game Test series that preceded the ODI series, the Indian team lost by a 1-2 margin.

Moreover, ex-Pakistani pace setter Shoaib Akhtar feels that India have been humiliated by South Africa. Akhtar feels that India’s loss to Proteas is demoralizing and also added that the Indian cricket team will have to regroup. The ‘Rawalpindi Express’ concluded by saying that they did not see a collective team effort from the Indian side during their tour of South Africa.

“Recent performances have left India humbling. I don’t think the Indian team should lose to such a team from South Africa, that too in a demoralizing way. From that moment, the BCCI, the management, the captain and the rest of the players will have to regroup. Unrest issues will need to be resolved by management. I didn’t see a combined effort from the team in South Africa,” concluded Shoaib Akhtar.

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