A volleyball match at a Mumbai cricket ground is about to go viral.
The Northern Lights is about 60 kilometres away, in a remote region of the country.
The match is taking place in the Mumbai suburb of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), where the city has more than 2 million residents.
The CST is known for its cricket, and this is the first time it has ever hosted an international volleyball match.
The match will be played on November 21, and the audience will be mostly students, who are in for an evening of football, soccer and rugby.
But the match will not be as glamorous as it looks.
In reality, the atmosphere will be a little bit like watching the spectacular aurora borealis.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube on Sunday, has over 4 million views in just 24 hours.
It’s not just cricket fans, either, as the video has been shared by many sports enthusiasts across the world.
Watch the spectacular Northern Lights cricket match that is about of to hit #YouTube.
https://t.co/4XK8zXQwjg pic.twitter.com/Xg3W3aW6V7 — YouTube (@YouTube) November 22, 2017While the video was originally uploaded to the cricket website, the Indian Cricket Association (ICA) took it down.
The Indian Cricket League (ICL) had a similar problem when it first launched its YouTube channel.
In an interview with CNN-IBN, ICL president Rajeev Shukla said the video had been uploaded on the wrong channel.
He said the CST was hosting a volleyball match, and it was the right channel to upload it.
The cricket world was shocked to see the video, but cricket fans will be glad to see it hit YouTube.
The event will be watched by fans across the globe, including cricket lovers in the United States.
The Northern Lights will also be watched in Australia.
A cricket fan in Sydney tweeted the video and it got more than 3,000 retweets.