Anushka Sharma terms Virat Kohli as the bestest, kindest and bravest man in the world
Kohli’s better half Anushka Sharma was celebrating her birthday on Tuesday.
Updated - May 2, 2018 10:23 am
Virat Kohli’s dream is to win the Indian Premier League. He is on top of his game in international cricket but has somehow failed to take his franchise RCB to the coveted title. IPL 11 hasn’t been any different so far as the ‘chokers’ tag is haunting them once more. RCB need to win at least five out of their remaining six games to remain in contention for the playoffs.
Kohli’s better half Anushka Sharma was celebrating her birthday on Tuesday when RCB had a home game against the Mumbai Indians. It was a perfect birthday present for her as Kohli and Co beat the Mumbai Indians to keep their playoff hopes alive. Anushka had also shared a beautiful Instagram post with Kohli after RCB’s victory calling her husband bestest, kindest and bravest man in the World. Earlier in the day, Kohli took to Twitter to wish Anushka Sharma on her birthday.
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He tweeted:”Happy B’day my love. The most positive and honest person I know. Love you ♥️.” Kohli dedicated the win to his wife Anushka, who was celebrating her 30th birthday.
Happy B'day my love. The most positive and honest person I know. Love you ♥️ pic.twitter.com/WTepj5e4pe
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 1, 2018
With the victory sealed, Anushka shared a picture of the post-match birthday celebrations with a caption “Best birthday with the bestest, kindest, bravest man in the world. Love you for making it so special my love.”
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The RCB skipper had earlier stated that his team was not putting in their 100% on the field and they didn’t deserve to win. The RCB boys ensured that their skipper didn’t have to say those words again by putting a great show on the field. The men in red set a target of 168 for the men in blue who stuttered in the end to RCB’s death bowling which has come under scrutiny this season.
While the win provided the much-needed confidence to RCB, the Mumbai Indians have a mammoth task in their hands. “We still need to have the belief in ourselves, we can’t lose hope, need to win almost all our games now. We need to keep to the basics, I feel we still have a good chance to qualify for the knock-out phase of the tournament,” Rohit had said in the post-match presentation.