Anushka Sharma strengthens her pride in Virat Kohli in a prolog note. Actress also mentioned that she has seen him facing the challenges that were not always on the field.
Virat Kohli has stepped down as Test Captain of India immediately, shared an official statement on Saturday (January 15th). The 32 year old cricketer has convey this message through his social media via post. The decision had come shortly after when he stepped down as India’s T20I Skipper and was subsequently removed from the post of ODI
Captaincy ahead of the South Africa tour. India has felt short in pulling off the first ever series in South-Africa, where despite winning the opening test lay down the series 2-1.
A day after Anushka’s husband, ace cricketer Virat Kohli, announced his resignation as Test captain, actress Anushka Sharma penned a lengthy statement for him. She expressed her admiration for him by saying that she has seen him take on difficulties that were not always on the field. He was unusual and forthright, according to Anushka,
and ‘pretence’ was his enemy.
Sharing a picture with Virat Kohli, actress wrote, “I remember the day in 2014 when you told me that you have been made the captain as MS Dhoni had decided to retire from test cricket. I remember MS Dhoni, Virat & I having a chit chat later that day & him making fun about how fast your beard will start turning grey. We all had a big laugh about it. Since that day, I’ve witnessed more than just your beard turning grey. I’ve seen growth. Immense growth. Around you and within you. And yeah, I am very glad that your growth as the captain of the Indian National Cricket team and all the great achievements the team had under your leadership. But I’m more glad of the growth you achieved within you.”
Watch This Post Shared By Anushka Sharma On Her Instagram:
While Virat Kohli’s tenure as a captain is coming to an end and Rohit Sharma will be 35 next year. For the successor of Test Leadership, Indian Cricket Team’s Pacer and ODI Vice-Captain Jaspreet Bumrah takes a stand to captain India. In a virtual press conference held on Monday (January 17th) made a statement that he’ll be “ready to do
don the captain’s hat if given the responsibility.”
Untill the next captain has been chosen, various names will do come up and who will take the captaincy throne is still a guessing game for all the Cricket Fans.