David Warner had the patience to respond to a section of fans who misunderstood Virat Kohli’s response on Anushka Sharma. Warner responded to two comments, explaining his response to the Indian star’s post.
Virat Kohli expresses his love for his wife Anushka Sharma through an Instagram post (AFP Photo)
- Virat Kohli posted a photo expressing his love for Anushka
- Warner responded to the post and said, ‘Lucky man mate.’
- Warner was trolled for his response to Kohli’s Instagram post
Australia star David Warner took time out of his busy schedule on Friday to respond to trolls who misinterpreted his response to Virat Kohli’s Instagram post about Anushka Sharma. Warner was patient to respond to fans who did not get his point on Kohli’s post.
It all started when Virat Kohli posted a picture of his wife and Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma and captioned it ‘My world’ with emojis. Responding to the post, Warner said, ‘Lucky man mate.’
However, Warner was trolled for the comment, with a section of fans taking it the wrong way. The Australia opener responded to two fans explaining his response to Virat Kohli’s heartwarming post.
“We’re very lucky to have supportive wives,” Warner replied to a comment.
“It’s a saying we use in Australia, like I say I’m lucky to have Candice Warner. So when we tell other people, we say, ‘You’re lucky, mate’ or ‘You’re blessed, mate’. The interpretation is always different,” added Warner. explained.
Virat Kohli also responded to David Warner’s comment, shutting down the trolls and saying, “I know mate.”
Kohli received a lot of love for his heartwarming post expressing his love for Anushka. Warner, who shares a wonderful relationship with Kohli on and off the field, was one of the first to respond to the star batsman’s viral post on the photo-sharing site.
Notably, Kohli is playing for India in the ongoing Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates. The former India captain’s place in the T20I side is in question as he struggles to return to form following a mediocre IPL 2022 campaign with Royal Challengers Bangalore.
However, Kohli has shown signs of returning to peak form. He kicked off his Asia Cup campaign with a crucial 34 off 35 balls for India in their win over Pakistan in Dubai on Sunday. In India’s 40-run win over Hong Kong in Dubai on Wednesday, he made a good start and scored 59 off 44 balls, hitting 3 sixes and a four.
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