The much-debated wedding of Virat and Anushka Sharma took place earlier this week in a private gathering attended by a handful of family and friends at Tuscany in Italy. The speculations rose high after Virat Kohli opted out from the limited overs series against Sri Lanka, and when Anushka was spotted with her family along with their priest at the Mumbai airport leaving the country.
After the news of the marriage broke out on social media, the social media accounts went gaga over their marriage as congratulatory messages poured in from the all over the world. The couple also took to social media accounts Twitter and Instagram to announce the much-awaited news along with two gorgeous pictures from their wedding. The couple looked stunning and was spotted enjoying each other’s company ever than before.
The International Cricket Council (ICC), who is the highest law-making body of cricket in all over the world was also seen congratulating the newly married Virat and Anushka. However, a cricket fan took a dig at the ICC for wishing the celebrated couple and questioned whether it was done when other cricketers got married.
— Dinithi Weerasekera (@dinithi92) December 12, 2017
She took to Twitter and wrote, “No offence to Virat or Anushka, but what the hell is @ICC doing? When did they start to wish for weddings? Did they do this for others players too?”
However, ICC has invited a lot of criticism from the other countries after wishing the India skipper Virat Kohli and his life partner Anushka after their marriage.