Anushka all praise for Virat Kohli's on-field gesture


It's one of the fiercest rivalries in world cricket, with Kohli admitting a recent home series defeat to Australia was the major motivation in his side's 36-run victory. In the second over of the run-chase, Australian opener David Warner played a delivery of Jasprit Bumrah which after hitting his bat and his boot crashed into the stumps. "Aggressive player, benevolent man - so easy to love", Anushka posted on her Instagram story, along with a news snippet of Virat's act.

"I think what has happened has happened". In fact, Kohli's sweet gesture earned him a lot of praise not just from the fans all over the world but also from his wife Anushka Sharma as well.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) have defended using the "zing" bails', claiming they are lighter than the standard wooden ones normally used at all levels of cricket.

First change seamer Nathan-Coulter Nile appears to be the most under pressure with only the one wicket from three outings, despite his match-winning innings against the West Indies. We were on the right end of it today, but I think going forward it is a bit unfair at times.

In the 2014 IPL, he was bought for Rs 14 crore by the RCB and went on to become the most expensive player with a bid worth Rs 16 crore by Delhi Daredevils the following year.

"I'm not sure what they can do".

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"He (Smith) is coming back, he's playing hard and just getting on with it".

Rubbishing the allegations, Australian captain Aaron Finch said that the leggie had hand warmers in his pockets, which he carries in every game.

Ball-tampering has remained a talking point at the tournament.

The videos and pictures of Zampa rubbing the ball each time after he put his hands inside the pocket went viral on social media. I honestly haven't seen them, so I can't comment too much on it.

They ticked nearly every box in Sunday's mouth-watering clash at the Oval where Kohli and his top order colleagues fired in unison, their bowlers troubled Australian batsmen, and they looked pretty sharp on the field too.