Cricket World Cup 2023: Anushka Sharma celebrates ‘god’s child’ Virat Kohli’s 50th century, salutes Team India

New Delhi: Actress Anushka Sharma on Wednesday took to social media to shower praises on her husband Virat Kohli as he stunned the cricketing world by becoming the first batsman in history to score 50 One Day International (ODI) centuries.

The 35-year-old star shared a lovely note on her Instagram Stories after team India’s semifinal victory at the Wankhede Stadium.

Calling god the ‘best scriptwriter’, Anushka said that she was highly grateful to have Virat’s love. She added that watching him grow from strength to strength and seeing the 35-year-old cricketer achieve so much has been a wonderful feeling.

Anushka also highlighted that Virat has always been honest with himself and the sport. You are truly God’s child, she further said. In another story, Anushka congratulated India for beating New Zealand in the semi-final clash and sealing a spot in the final match of the Cricket World Cup 2023.

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It is to be noted that Virat broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record world record by scoring his 50th ODI hundred. The game also witnessed an amazing ton by Shreyas Iyer.

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Anushka also mentioned Mohammed Shami’s match-winning contribution to the semi-final game against New Zealand. The pacer was named Player of the Match for his stellar performance after he claimed 7 wickets by giving just 57 runs. These were the best figures by an Indian bowler in the prestigious event. Additionally, Shami achieved the feat of taking 50 wickets in the tournament in just 17 games.

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India is now all set to face the second finalist on Sunday in Ahmedabad to clinch the trophy. The final encounter will be held at the world’s biggest cricketing venue, Narendra Modi Stadium.

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