Virat Kohli Resignation: Kohli had announced his decision to step down as the captain of India’s Test team two days ago. After which the fans as well as the former Indian cricketers thanked him for his captaincy and making India the number one Test team (India NO.1 Test Team). After some time, his wife Anushka Sharma made an emotional post on social media, supporting Virat Kohli.
Tennis star Sania Mirza praised Indian actress and Virat’s wife Anushka Sharma for supporting former captain Virat Kohli. Indian tennis star Sania Mirza appreciated the message sent by Anushka Sharma and in response to the same she wrote, “Yi toh pyar hai.” Stay connected for the latest sports news hindi.insidesport.in
Virat Kohli Resignation: Anushka Sharma, “I am more proud of the growth you have achieved within me.”
Anushka Sharma, while appreciating and paying tribute to Kohli for his Test cricket career, wrote, “I remember the day in 2014 when you told me you were made the captain because MS decided to retire from Test cricket. I remember MS, you and I were chatting later that day and he joked about how quickly your beard started turning white. We all had a good laugh about it.”
As a proud wife, Anushka further wrote, “I am more proud of the growth you have achieved within me. I have seen your beard turning gray and much more. Around you and within you I have seen growth, immense growth. And of course, I take great pride in your growth as the captain of the Indian national cricket team and the achievements of the team under your leadership.”
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Virat Kohli Resignation: Kohli led the Indian Test team for seven years
Kohli stunned the Indian cricket world by abruptly resigning as the national team’s Test captain on Saturday, after leading the team to memorable overseas victories in his seven years in charge. Considered one of the best batsmen of his era, 33-year-old Virat Kohli took to Twitter to announce his decision a day after India’s 2-1 series loss in South Africa.