- Anushka Sharma joined her husband Virat Kohli ahead of India versus Afghanistan match that will be held at The Rose Bowl, Southampton, on Saturday.
- As they were spotted on the streets of London, the picture immediately went viral on social media
- According to the reports, the BCCI rule says that the families of cricketers can come over for only fifteen days when feasible after the first 20 days of the tournament.
Anushka Sharma joined her husband Virat Kohli ahead of India versus Afghanistan match that will be held at The Rose Bowl, Southampton, on Saturday. As they were spotted on the streets of London, the picture immediately went viral on social media. The post was captioned as, “Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma on the Old Bond Street in London today. I love Anushka’s new haircut.”
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According to the reports, the BCCI rule says that the families of cricketers can come over for only fifteen days when feasible after the first 20 days of the tournament.
Meanwhile, after Virat Kohli won hearts on social media for his great gesture and sportsmanship spirit, where he signalled to the Indian fans not to jeer at Steve Smith, the Indian skipper on Sunday, said that such a thing was not acceptable.
“I just felt for him (Smith) and I told him sorry on behalf of the crowd because I have seen that happen in a few earlier games as well. In my opinion that’s not acceptable,” he told reporters at the post-match press conference here after India defeated Australia by 36 runs. “What happened, happened long back. He’s back, trying to play well for his side. Not good to see someone down like that…You don’t want to see a guy feeling heat every time he goes out to play,” Kohli said.
A proud wife Anushka Sharma couldn’t hold back but express her love for husband Virat Kohli. She wrote: “Aggressive player, benevolent man… so easy to love”
In other news, Shikhar Dhawan too posted a picture of his family with Rohit Sharma’s family. “Enjoying the local train journey with the Sharma family,” Dhawan captioned.
Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh also praised Virat Kohli after the Indian cricket captain led the Men in Blue towards victory in the match against Pakistan in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019, calling him a future “greatest of all time” cricketer.
Kohli-led India thrashed Pakistan by 89 runs in the June 16 in Manchester.
“I’ve been a die-hard fan of Indian cricket since childhood. Invested so much emotion into our beloved team. Willing and wanting them to be the undisputed best in the world. And then, there was Virat Kohli. I’ve witnessed a brash boy evolve into the very embodiment of class. Displaying a rare brand of ferocity and passionate expression, he changed the face of Indian cricket forever,” he tweeted on Tuesday.
(With inputs from agencies)
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