Sania Mirza shared an image to congratulate Team India but fans are going gaga over something else

It was an image from her room with the TV in the middle and one could get a view of how it looked.

Sania Mirza
Sania Mirza watching India’s T20I match. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Sania Mirza follows the Indian cricket team quite closely, her interest in the game is pretty understandable given that she is married to a cricketer. When not playing Tennis she often tweets before and after watching matches to express her excitement and to congratulate the team. Team India beat Sri Lanka in the 4th match of the Nidahas Trophy last night and she posted a message for the Men in Blue amidst the chase.

However, that wasn’t the talking point. It was an image from her room with the TV in the middle and one could get a view of how one of the walls looked. The fans were more interested in the interior of her room than the tweet. Besides everything else there were words LOVE – SM & SM placed on the TV unit that caught the attention of the followers.

The team’s new T20I No.3 Suresh Raina was batting at that point and it promised to be an interesting chase. In her post, she also stated that they always have some or the other sport playing on the TV in their house at all times.

Sania’s original tweet read – Come on boys @BCCI

Ps- safe to say sports is always on atleast one tv in this house at all times”

Here are some of the replies to her tweet:

Also, there were a few Suresh Raina fans who just saw their favourite player on the TV and nothing else.

Team India completes a comprehensive win

The Indian team went into the match having lost the opening encounter to the Sri Lankans and after beating the Bangladeshis in the following contest. A win for either side would’ve helped them take one step closer to the final and it was Rohit Sharma & Co. who managed to chase the total down with relative ease and are thus placed in the best position to move forward in the series.

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