Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s selfie at Australian Open 2019 is setting the internet on fire. See pic

first_imgVirat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are busy making most of their time in Australia. While Virat was busy with three-match ODI series against Australia, Anushka cheered him on from the stands. Their adorable pictures and videos from their Melbourne tour have already gone viral on the internet.In a moment of victory, the Indian cricket team won the first bilateral ODI series in Australia, by defeating the hosts by seven wickets. Anushka was practically glowing with pride at the win.Recently, pictures of the couple at the Australian Open 2019 went viral. Their selfie is going viral on the internet, and as always netizens can’t stop gushing at how cute the two are. Virat Kohli and Anushka SharmaAnushka tweeted a photo as well.Beautiful sunny day at tennis with this beautiful sunny boy #AustralianOpen #ausopen pic.twitter.com/8yj9ztjprH Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) January 19, 2019Earlier, photos from the team’s victory did the rounds. Here are some other pictures of the couple in Australia. Anushka Sharma had posted a congratulatory message for Team India, saying, “They came. They conquered !! History written and created by this bunch !! Huge congratulations to all players, coaching unit and support staff ; it takes undying perseverance & solid conviction to focus on what’s important and shut out the rest. So so happy and proud of you my love @virat.kohli.”The two have often spoken lovingly and affectionately of each other. Virat had called Anushka the “captain, off the field” in an earlier interview. He had gushed about her enthusiasm for the sport and said, “She is very passionate about the game. She understands the game and she can understand the sentiments of all the players, what they go through and stuff, which I think is the most beautiful thing.””She takes all the right decisions in life. She’s totally my strength and she keeps me positive all the time, and that’s what you want in a life partner so I’m very grateful,” the cricketer had added.ALSO READ | Anushka Sharma on Virat Kohli writing history with Australia win: So proud of you, my loveALSO READ: I am married to the greatest man in the world, says Anushka Sharma about Virat KohliALSO WATCH: Engagement, haldi and garland-exchange visuals from Virat-Anushka weddinglast_img read more

Gareth Southgate worried about disorder in Prague and racism in Sofia

first_imgGareth Southgate has admitted he fears the worst when it comes to England’s next two qualifying matches and the potential for disorder involving the team’s supporters in the Czech Republic as well as the risk of players being racially abused when they move on to Bulgaria.Southgate said he was not confident the game in Sofia on 14 October would pass without any racial abuse, citing what had happened when England visited in 2011 and the monkey chants directed at Ashley Young, Theo Walcott and Ashley Cole. England play in Prague three days earlier and Southgate, in keeping with the general feeling of the Football Association, has serious reservations about thousands of travelling supporters descending on one of Europe’s stag-do capitals for a Friday-night fixture.The FA is so concerned it has successfully applied for England’s ticket allocation to be increased from 1,100 to 3,800, the thinking being that it would be better to reduce the number of ticketless fans who might seek to enter home sections of the stadium.“It’s sad we have to appeal to people going to follow us to behave,” Southgate said. “So many thousands of fans went to Portugal [for the European Nations’ League] in the summer. So many of them represented us so well and yet some of them let themselves down and let their country down.“I always feel the need to differentiate between those two groups because, although there are larger numbers than we would want who let people down, there are thousands and thousands who have supported us so brilliantly, whose stories I have loved hearing and who are so important to us. It should be a given [that they behave] and sadly it isn’t.“Sadly, we are going to a place where people travel anyway for nights out from our country. What we don’t need to see is that behaviour that I am afraid happens on our own high streets. It is not something that is just England supporters, it is a societal issue of people with alcohol who are unable to control themselves. We certainly don’t want to be taking that abroad and that being a representation of our country.” Share on Messenger news England’s progress in Group A has already been tarnished by the racist abuse directed at Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi in Montenegro in March. Bulgaria are repeat offenders and Uefa has ordered that 5,000 seats remain unused next month as a punishment for racial chanting during matches against Kosovo and the Czech Republic in June. A Bulgarian supporter was ejected from Wembley on Saturday after allegedly directing racial abuse towards Sterling.Southgate’s players have told the manager previously they do not want to walk off in protest if it happens again, but he intends to ask if that remains the case. “It is a concern,” Southgate said. “It’s something we’ve already planned and we’re going to discuss it with the players before we go. We’re aware that there is history there and we want to make sure that we’re all prepared for what might happen and how we want to respond.“We are going to address that when we all get back together. We didn’t think it was right to do it this month because it’s too far away, but we have to hope – we’re not confident – that we’ll go there and nothing will happen.” Football violence Read more Jadon Sancho the difference as blunders mar England’s 5-3 win against Kosovo Share on Pinterest Gareth Southgate Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Topics Euro 2020 Share via Email Euro 2020 qualifying England England must learn from mistakes against Kosovo, says Jordan Henderson Share on LinkedIn Reuse this content Read more Share on WhatsApp Racelast_img read more