IPL 2021: Mumbai Indians’ Suryakumar Yadav shares an adorable kiss with his wife Devisha Shetty after MI vs RR game
The image came to the fore after Sagarika Ghatge, Zaheer Khan’s wife, posted the same on her Instagram story.
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On Thursday, April 29, Mumbai Indians (MI) ceased their two-match losing streak in the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The team, led by Rohit Sharma, beat the Rajasthan Royals (RR) by seven wickets at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi. Amidst the joys of the thumping win, Suryakumar Yadav had an adorable moment with his wife Devisha Shetty.
The veteran cricketer was seen kissing his beloved spouse, who was present at the venue. Devisha was behind the glass sheet in the stands and Yadav came near her. Yadav then kissed the glass as his wife brought her cheeks in front. The image came to the fore after Sagarika Ghatge, Zaheer Khan’s wife, posted the same on her Instagram story.
Suryakumar Yadav’s heartfelt moment:
As far as the win against the Royals was concerned, it came after MI lost two games in a row against the Delhi Capitals (DC) and Punjab Kings (PBKS). Despite the win, MI kept hanging in the middle of the points table. Rohit, nevertheless, was happy with his team’s performance.
“Absolutely brilliant, we needed this win badly after a couple of losses, we did pretty much everything right, from ball one, very clinical towards the end as well. This is something that was required, we took the responsibility, good to see a complete team effort,” Rohit was quoted as saying after the match.
He heaped praises on the bowlers for being accurate enough. Moreover, Rohit had words of appreciation for opener Quinton de Kock and Krunal Pandya, who batted at number four.
“Our bowling pleased me a lot, it’s easy to lose confidence when the opposition is doing well, but we stuck to our plans, very happy for Quinny, we know how dangerous he can be at the top of the order, good that he finished off the game. Not to forget, Krunal Pandya’s knock was crucial as well,” he added.
Coming back to Yadav, the right-hander hasn’t had the best of tournaments thus far. In six matches, he has scored 170 runs at an average and strike rate of 28.33 and 145.29 respectively. He has a top score of 56 to show for his efforts.
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