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Virat Kohli shuts all misinterpretations on the comments of David Warner on Anushka Sharma’s photo

Virat Kohli is currently in action during the ongoing Asia Cup 2022 and scored the highest runs for India in the tournament.

David Warner

In the modern era of cricket, social media is another place where players look very active off the field. They usually keep entertaining their fans with their interactive social media posts and activities. Fans also praise their heroes with their creative reactions in the comment section of the posts on the different social media platforms.

But there are also some drawbacks of this social media era as sometimes the cricketers happen to be at the receiving end of criticism from the fans with a litter bit of misinterpretation. Then, the stars have to justify or clarify their remarks to the fans.

A similar has happened recently when former Indian skipper Virat Kohli posted a photo of his wife and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma on Instagram. Just after Virat posted Anushka’s photo on his Instagram handle, former Australian vice-captain and senior batter David Warner took no time to comment on it.

Warner wrote, “Lucky Man, Mate”. Although, this comment from the Australian southpaw didn’t go down well with the Indian cricket fans and they misinterpreted his intentions. They lashed out at him by questioning him in different ways.

Here’s Virat Kohli’s post and comment from David Warner:

David Warner

All this chaos made David Warner come up with an explanation and justification for his comment on Virat Kohli’s post including Anushka’s picture.

A user questioned warner, “We are very lucky to have supportive wives.” Coming up with a justification for his remarks, Warner wrote, “It’s a saying we use in Australia like I would say I’m lucky to have Candice Warner. So, when we say to others, we say “You’re lucky, mate” or “You’re blessed, mate”. Interpretation is always going to be different.”

Although concluding all this, Virat Kohli replied to David Warner and shut down all the misinterpretations among the fans. “I know, mate,” wrote Kohli in his response to Warner.

Other than that, Kohli also commented “Mate, are ok?” on David Warner’s post in which he is dancing after switching his face with Indian superstar Allu Arjun and was dancing on the songs.

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