Anushka Sharma stirs a controversy again. Here’s why

BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket) posted a picture on their social media handle after Team India visited the Indian High Commission in London on Tuesday.

The caption of the image read, “#TeamIndia members at the High Commission of India in London.”

The whole team along with members of the supporting staff are seen posing with Indian diplomats. Every member of the team was seen following a formal code as they were seen wearing blue trousers, white shirts and grey waistcoats.

However, one thing that turned the heads of the Twitterati was the presence of Virat Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma.

Bollywood actress can be spotted standing by the side in the middle of the middle of the group photograph clad in a traditional attire.

Netizens had a hard time finding out why Anushka was a part of the formal meeting which involved Indian cricket team and why she was the only partner accompanying a player on the occasion.

 

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Team India is in London for the second Test against England which is scheduled to begin at Lord’s on Thursday.

After losing the first Tests against England by 31 runs, India will be locking horns with the hosts for the second Test at the Mecca of cricket to level the series.

Skipper Virat Kohli scored a century at the Edgbaston and fast-bowler Ishant Sharma picked a five-wicket haul but England didn’t let victory slip out of their hands as they made a comeback to win the match.

England have already announced their squad for the second Test and made two changes to their side. Dawid Malan and Ollie Pope have been in roped in the squad at the expense of star all-rounder Ben Stokes and middle-order batsman Dawid Malan have been dropped.

 

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