Ravi Shastri tweets a congratulatory message for the newlywed Virat Kohli

Indian head coach Ravi Shastri is one of the biggest admirers of Virat Kohli congratulated him on his wedding.

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Virat Kohli with coach Ravi Shastri. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma recently got married in a private function in Italy. The speculation of the power couple’s wedding started when Kohli asked for a break from the team. Virat and Anushka have been with each other for over two years now. Their marriage didn’t come as a shock to many.

The Indian captain is one of the best cricketers in the world right now and Anushka is as successful as anyone gets in the Bollywood industry. Their marriage was only a speculation until both of them tweeted about it. They posted different photos with same captions which sent Twitter into a war of retweets.

Their tweets became the most retweeted in 2017. The couple is coming back soon and will throw two receptions, one in Delhi for the relatives and the other in Mumbai for the industry friends.

There were a lot of congratulatory messages from all the celebrities around the world. Some of them waited until yesterday to congratulate the couple. One of them was a big admirer of Virat and also the head coach of the Indian team, yes you guessed it right, Ravi Shastri.

Shastri congratulates Kohli

We have seen the former Indian all-rounder him back Virat even in his younger days. Shastri had not congratulated the couple on social media after their marriage. He tweeted yesterday about the same. He posted a congratulatory message with his blessings as well.

The tweet read, “Many congratulations young man. God bless you two with all the happiness and a blissful married life. Happiness – @imVkohli @AnushkaSharma.”

Here is the actual tweet

Ravi is currently with the India team coaching them against the Sri Lankans in the ODIs. The last of the three One-Day Internationals is to be played in tomorrow. The series is tied after Sri Lanka won the first ODI and India the second. The decider will be played at a fortress for Team India, Vishakhapatnam.