‘Some love stories are made in heaven’ – Kate Cross trolls Danielle Wyatt with a ‘coincidence’ tweet

England women are currently touring India for the tri-series against India and Australia.

Danielle Wyatt of England
Danielle Wyatt of England. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

Danielle Wyatt and Virat Kohli’s story is dated back to 2014 when the former proposed the Indian batsman on Twitter. However, Kohli refused to respond to that tweet but he reacted later in a chat with Wyatt.

The England female cricketer Wyatt in a recent interview with ESPN Cricinfo revealed that Kohli warned her of that tweet and she later apologized about the same to Kohli. The Indian skipper, however, gave a beautiful gift to Danielle. She described the gift as ‘A Beast’

“When we met, he said to me: ‘You can’t do things like that on Twitter! They take things seriously!’ I was like, ‘okay. Sorry! The bat I hit the century with broke not long ago, So now I’ll be using Virat’s.”

In September 2017, Wyatt revealed the bat that Virat Kohli gifted to her with a special tweet, “Back training this week. Can’t wait to use this beast Thanks @imVkohli #ping #middlesbiggerthanme”

England women are currently touring India for the tri-series against India and Australia. Danielle Wyatt smashed a brilliant ton in a high-scoring game against India in the third game of the tri-nation tournament. Her knock of 64-ball 124 kept England in a good position in the series and later they qualified for the final of the series against Australia, which will be played on 31st March.

Many die-hard cricketing fans took to social media and said that Wyatt scored a century with Virat Kohli’s bat and both players smashed their respective fastest T20 centuries off 52 balls. There were many ‘mother of co-incidence’ posts that went viral on Twitter.

Wyatt’s teammate Katie Cross took the opportunity to troll Danielle Wyatt by posting a ‘coincidence’ picture terming it, “Do you believe in fate @Danni_Wyatt??”

To which Wyatt responded with laughing emojis.

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