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    Posted on 4 Apr 2016

    The West Indian Cricket Team Won The Internet AGAIN With Their "Champion Dance"

    Oh, and they also won a World Cup.

    A day before the T20 World Cup started on March 15, West Indian cricketer Dwyane Bravo released an unofficial team anthem called "Champion" on YouTube.

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    While the team has been using the song's signature step as a victory dance throughout the tournament, it only went viral after their semi-final win against India.

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    This video of the team doing the "Champion Dance" at their hotel got over 5 million views in just two days.

    During the finals, the team was taunted with the step by English bowler David Willey...

    LOLOLOL David Willey doing the champion dance, was a little too early to celebrate #Eng

    But the Windies showed everyone who's boss, after winning the match by 4 wickets and being crowned T20 world champions for the second time in four years.

    The celebrations go on for #WI! @emirates join in the fun! #Champion #WT20 #ENGvWI #WT20Final

    The team went all out with the champion dance this time, involving the women's team, as well as the Emirates stewardesses who were there as part of the sponsors.

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    The West Indies women's team had also won their side of the tournament earlier in the day.

    The party didn't stop when they left the stadium either.

    We were there to capture the moment you've all been waiting for... THE #WT20 CHAMPS ARE HERE!

    Even Usain Bolt joined in the celebrations with his own champion dance from across the world.

    Usain bolt's celebration πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ #WT20Final

    Closer home, meanwhile, ex-Indian opener Kris Srikkanth tried to get in on the act...

    Chris Harris and @KrisSrikkanth celebrate the West Indies win and their time here at @ibnlive studios

    Not too well, though.

    In fact, by the end of the night, the Windies team managed to make the entire internet do the champion dance with them.

    Everyone, from young Indian children to cricket legend Brian Lara, joined in the fun.

    Well done, champs.


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