Anushka Sharma is gushing about hubby Virat Kohli's on-field gesture

Jose Verdugo
Junio 13, 2019

Kohli acknowledged the differences he has had with Smith in the past. But it was captain Virat Kohli's sweet gesture on the field that went on to become the highlight of the match. Indian fans in Kennigton Oval gave Smith and David Warner a rough welcome as they booed and chanted "cheater" when they took the field.

Compton took to Twitter to express his reservation over Kohli's gesture, saying that the India batsman did not have any right to tell the fans what to do.

English first-class cricketer Nick Compton faced the ire on social media for blasting India captain Virat Kohli's gesture of asking fans, not to boo Steve Smith. He asked the Indian fans to stop booing and cheer him instead.

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Mumbai: After Virat Kohli gestured the crowd to stop booeing Steve Smith, actor Anushka Sharma was first in line to praise her husband for his kind gesture.

"In the past, sometimes he tried too hard, but I think what this IPL (Indian Premier League) has done for his batting is that he knows that he can clear the boundary whenever he wants", Kohli said. He didn't do anything to be booed, in my opinion. But while Kohli has had various run-ins with Smith - most memorably when he suggested Smith had deliberately sought guidance from the dressing room while deciding whether to review a decision during Australia's Test tour of India in 2017 - he said he felt for Smith in his current circumstance. "He's just playing cricket", Kohli said at the end of the match. "I mean he's just standing there and I felt bad because if I was in a position where something had happened with me and I'd apologized and accepted it and I came back and still I get booed, I wouldn't like it either". Compton was not impressed with the way Kohli bossed the crowd at the Oval. "In my opinion that's not acceptable", he added. We've seen that happen in a few earlier games as well.

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