Anushka Sharma’s Reaction to Virat Kohli’s Century

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are one of the most adored celebrity pairings in India. Let’s find out what Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma had to say about her husband Virat Kohli’s century.

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are one of the most adored celebrity pairings in India. Since they started dating in 2013, they have inspired countless numbers of people all over the world. Anushka is a successful Bollywood actress, and Kohli is one of India’s most successful cricket players. Together, they have demonstrated how fulfilling relationships can be and how love and dedication can overcome obstacles. With their relationship, they continue to motivate others and are viewed by many as a source of strength and hope.

Virat Kohli’s wife, Anushka Sharma, claimed on Sunday that her husband was ill during his outstanding 186-run performance against Australia, his triumphant first Test century in more than three years.

On day four of the fourth Test against Australia, the star batsman broke a protracted dry spell, boosting India’s first-innings reply in Ahmedabad.

In front of an enthusiastic crowd at the largest cricket stadium in the world, Kohli played 364 deliveries in a marathon inning before succumbing to Todd Murphy’s off-spin in the final session.

Anushka wrote in an Instagram story following the legendary cricketer’s 75th international century: “maintaining this poise while playing through illness. Inspiring me constantly.”

In India’s 571 all-out response to Australia’s 480, Axar Patel, with whom Kohli shared a 162-run sixth-wicket stand, said Kohli appeared to be in no way ill.

He may have been ill, but from the way he was moving between the wickets, it didn’t appear that way, Axar told reporters.

It was good batting alongside him because of the way he established the partnership in the sweltering heat and ran between the wickets.

The maestro, known as “King Kohli” for his prodigious run-making, scored his 28th Test century in Ahmedabad’s second session with a single off-spinner Nathan Lyon.

In 2021 and 2022, Kohli experienced a protracted slump in his batting, which cost him the Indian captaincy, one of the most demanding positions in all of the sports.

During his dry phase, Kohli, 34, had opened up about his struggles with mental health, including how he had been “snappy” to Sharma, with whom he shares a young daughter.

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