After 'marry me' tweet, Danielle Wyatt to cheer for Virat Kohli in IPL 2018?

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 13, 2018, 10:24 am IST
Updated Mar 13, 2018, 4:38 pm IST
The cricketer will be touring the country with English team to play tri series and ODI series.
Danielle Wyatt first came into limelight in 2014 after asking Virat Kohli to marry her. (Photo: AP / DC File)
 Danielle Wyatt first came into limelight in 2014 after asking Virat Kohli to marry her. (Photo: AP / DC File)

Mumbai: England women's cricket star Danielle Wyatt and Team India skipper Virat Kohli’s connection has been popular among fans for a long time now.

Wyatt first came into limelight in 2014 after asking Virat to marry her. She even went on to the extent of posting a tweet which read: “Kholi marry me!!!”.

 

Wyatt proposed marriage to Virat, the Indian went on to marry Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma.

Wyatt got a chance to interact and take a picture with Virat Kohli when India toured England back in 2014.

Wyatt, the top-order batsman, will be touring the country this time around as England women’s cricket team will play in the Twenty20 tri-series with India and Australia, starting in Mumbai on March 22 before three ODIs.

Wyatt recently took to Twitter after she was named in the England squad for the tri-series against India and Australia.

Wyatt tweeted, "Can't wait to fly out to India next week & get back out there with the girls! One of my favourite places to play

After her tweet, a Twitter handle by the name of Karan Arjun tweeted back saying "Well come to India @Danni_Wyatt. Hope to see u with @AnushkaSharma in @RCBTweets stands cheering for @imVkohli during the @IPL." Along with the tweet, the user also shared a picture of Virat and Wyatt.

Moments later, Wyatt replied, "Will try and get to a game."

 England women will play their first match of the tri-series against Australia at Brabourne stadium in Mumbai, while Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore will open their 2018 IPL campaign at Eden Gardens against the home side Kolkata Knight Riders.





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