Anushka Sharma was one glad spouse as Virat Kohli lead group India to another noteworthy triumph. The actor joined the huge number of cricket fans around the nation to commend the Indian cricket crew’s 157-run triumph over England in the fourth Test at the Kennington Oval on Monday. This was additionally India’s first win in Oval in 50 years.
Taking to her Instagram handle, the actor posted Virat’s photograph with the young men and inscribed it as “This Team” and added a blue heart emoji.
“Tough situations build strong people. Onto the next one. #TeamIndia,” Indian captain Kohli posted on his web-based media handles to commend the large success.
Indian bowlers conveyed big time on the last day of the fourth Test at the Oval as the virtuoso of irregular Jasprit Bumrah, and all-around execution by Shardul Thakur in the match helped guests in overcoming England. Virat Kohli’s Test record as captain continues to be on the rise as the 32-year-old added yet another feather to his cap after his team’s 157-run victory against England on Monday. India beat England on day 5 of the fourth Test to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series at The Oval.
Set a record 368 to win, England imploded from 100 for no misfortune halfway through the primary meeting to getting bowled out for 210,40 minutes after tea, starting wild festivals among India’s players — especially Kohli — and fans inside the south London setting.
The latest victory saw Kohli become only the second India captain after Kapil Dev to register two test wins in a series in England. Kapil Dev’s Indian team had achieved the feat during their 2-0 series triumph in England in 1986.
The series win in 1986 was India’s second in England after 1971, which was also the year in which they registered their first Test win at The Oval. 50 years and 13 days later Kohli’s India repeated history at the famous stadium in London.
The series win in 1986 was India’s second in England after 1971, which was likewise the year in which they enlisted their first Test to succeed at The Oval. 50 years and after 13 days Kohli’s India rehashed history at the popular arena in London. Avoiding defeat in the final Test or even winning at Old Trafford starting on Friday would see India win a Test series in England for just the fourth time after 1971, 1986, and 2007.