New Delhi: Soon after India crushed West Indies in their first warm-up match of 2016 ICC World Twenty20 on Thursday, Windies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo held Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's collar. (ICC World Twenty20: FULL COVERAGE)
Bravo, who was a vital cog in the now suspended Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL), was seen holding Dhoni's collar while the players were congratulating each other.
While it was a friendly banter between the two, the crowd at the Eden Gardens was stunned for a second when the incident happened.
Dhoni and Bravo share a great camaraderie and both have expressed their respect for each other while playing in the IPL.
After posting a formidable 185-run total against the Windies, Indian bowlers skittled West Indies out for just 140 runs in the warm-up clash.
India will now take on South Africa in their second warm-up match at Wankhede Stadium on March 12.