England Women's Cricketer Danielle Wyatt proposed to India's star batsman Virat Kohli moments after he powered India to a six-wicket victory over South Africa to reach the final of the T20 World Cup 2014.
Life continues to stagger the Cricketing giant Virat Kohli. After his run of never-ending form, this was the last thing that the New Delhi born guy would have expected. Danielle Wyatt, who has played 32 ODIs and 50 T20s for England proposed Virat Kohli to marry her. This, happened moments after he led the Men In Blue to a six-wicket victory with the help of an unbeaten 72.
Soon after she tweeted this, she started getting loads of Indian followers. Also, when someone replied to her tweet saying that Kohli is "booked by an Indian actress Anushka Sharma", she confidently replied "Nah, he ain't".
Well, when she'll get up in the morning, she'll find that she is all over social media and in the news too.
Earlier in the day, when India and South Africa took each other on, a good contest was on the cards. Though the Proteas lost two wickets pretty early, Du Plessis and Duminy calmed the inning down before the former got out.
When Ab De Villiers got out cheaply too, Miller and Duminy ensured a good total on the board. However, a flabbergasting batting display by Virat Kohli made a gigantic 172 look a a meagre 120 as the Men in Blue finished it with four balls to spare.
Imran Tahir and Dale Steyn, the men who were expected to do the job with the ball were all kept at bay by the right-hander.
It'll now be interesting to see how Kohli tackles this matter related to Wyatt as he is relatively inexperienced here. Although, one thing is assured, the Indian star has one more girl to his list of the ones smitten by him.
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