Anushka Sharma posts a heart winning Instagram story for her husband Virat Kohli

Anushka Sharma posts a heart winning Instagram story for her husband Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli played a marvelous knock of 254* against South Africa.

Indian Cricket Captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma  (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

Indian skipper Virat Kohli is currently leading his side in the 2nd Test against South Africa at the MCA Stadium in Pune. On day two, he showed his sheer dominance over the bowlers of the Proteas team and proved why he is called “King Kohli” by fans. He played a relay knock of 254 runs and went unbeaten.

Kohli is often compared with cricketing greats like Sachin Tendulkar and Sir Vivian Richards although comparing any player with them is not correct, but when we compare the stylish Indian batsman with them, it never looked a big deal due to his rapid rise and contribution with his wooden sword on the cricket field for Team India.

Anushka Sharma looks happy after Virat Kohli’s 254*

On the second day when Virat went on to play his career-best innings against the visitors, the social media got active in congratulating India’s skipper for achieving such a big milestone and Indian players did the same but then came a post from Bollywood actress after her hubby played a record-breaking knock.

Anushka Sharma, who is also the better half of Kohli, posted a picture of her husband celebrating his double ton in her story and added a triplet of heart emojis over it. Bollywood actress and Indian run machine tied a knot back in 2017 on 11 December and is quite frequently seen posting their lovely pictures on the social media platform.

Anushka Sharma
Anushka Sharma’s Instagram story. (Photo Source: Instagram)

The Indian team was the winner on day two as they posted a total of 601 runs at a loss of five wickets before they took the decision of declaring the innings. Throughout Team India’s batting, only Rohit Sharm was the player who flopped with his bat and got out very cheaply at a score of 14. Virat Kohli ended as the top scorer for the hosts with 254 unbeaten and was well supported on the other end by Mayank Agarwal (108), Ajinkya Rahane (59), and Ravindra Jadeja (91).

Later when South Africa came to bat, Indian bowlers pounced over them like they were just waiting for the opposition team to bat and blown away their top order that forced African batsmen to end their game day at 36 for 3. At Lunch on Day 3, Proteas were at 130/6.

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