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Anushka Sharma, Radhika Rahane, Prithi Ashwin: Watch how wives of Indian cricketers applaud hubbies

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On Wednesday, Indian captain Virat Kohli and his brigade beaten England by 203 runs in Trent Bridge test match. Interestingly, after winning the match, Virat Kohli and team dedicated this victory to the victims of Kerala floods. But do you know, Anushka Sharma got so impressed with team India’s gesture as she gave standing ovation to Indian cricket team for their philanthropic work.

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Well, in these pictures, Anushka has seen giving standing ovation along with other cricketers’ wives like Radhika Rahane, Prithi Ashwin and Tanya Yaadav. We can see a proud smile on Anushka Sharma and other cricketers’ wives’ faces as they are overwhelmed with Indian teams gesture.

India’s captain Virat Kohli is interviewed after winning the third Test cricket match between England and India at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England on August 22, 2018. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP)

In the presentation ceremony, Virat said, “Dedicate this victory to the flood victims in Kerala. This is our bit we can do from the Indian cricket team.” Meanwhile, the situation in Kerala has been getting worst day by day. So far, more than 350 people have lost their lives due to floods.