The ODI World Cup is already underway, and the much awaited semifinal match involving India and New Zealand is underway. Seen in the stands was Anushka Sharma, the ever-supportive spouse of Virat Kohli. At Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, she was supporting India. Amidst the stress of the contest, the pair exchanged a sweet flying kiss.
In an effort to encourage the Indian squad during their crucial quarterfinal encounter against New Zealand on Wednesday, November 15, a number of Bollywood celebs showed there. Seen in the stands, Anushka Sharma was wearing a white dress with a yellow flower print on it.
A supporter present in the stadium posted the couple’s touching video on social media. Before Virat took to the pitch for the match, the two shared tender flying kisses, displaying their loving relationship in the midst of the thrill of the competition.
On Wednesday, November 15, at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, in the ODI World Cup 2023 semi-final versus New Zealand, Team India captain Rohit Sharma chose to bat first. Although the wicket appeared fine, Rohit noted that because it was a used pitch, it was moving a little slowly. He hinted that as the game went on, it may become slower. Kane Williamson, the captain of New Zealand, also made a comment about that, and that’s why he too desired to bat first.
King Kohli and Anushka Sharma at Wankhede.???
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Anushka breathes sigh of relief during semi-final 1
Virat Kohli was put to bat after Rohit Sharma was removed by Tim Southee , and New Zealand immediately made an appeal for his wicket. The opponents chose to review even though the umpire did not call him out. Anushka was observed sighing with relief when Virat made it through the ball. She raised her hands in prayer, grinned broadly, and then erupted into cheers.
There are rumours circulating that Anushka Sharma is not making any public appearances since she has entered her second trimester. Hindustan Times cited an insider who stated,”Anushka is expecting her second baby. Like the last time, they will formally share the news with the world at a later stage.”