Home Cricket News WTC Final 2023 [WATCH]: Ritika Sajdeh, Anushka Sharma Attend The WTC Final

WTC Final 2023 [WATCH]: Ritika Sajdeh, Anushka Sharma Attend The WTC Final

WTC Final 2023 [WATCH]: Ritika Sajdeh, Anushka Sharma Attend The WTC Final

Wednesday’s World Test Championship (WTC) final between India and Australia was watched by Anushka Sharma at The Oval in London.

On social media, a number of pictures showing the “NH-10” actor and cricketer Rohit Sharma’s wife Ritika Sajdeh seated in the stands went viral.

Few weeks earlier, Ritika Sharma, the wife of Rohit Sharma, and Anushka Sharma attend a tea party together. Anushka Sharma gave fans a glimpse of a tea party she attended a couple of weeks ago.

Anushka Sharma and Athiya Shetty enjoyed a tea party with other wives and partners of the Indian cricket team players in the UAE.Β 

Ritika Sajdeh is sitting next to Anushka Sharma as she watches the WTC final

Anushka could be seen wearing a white shirt underneath a black and white striped jacket. While playing Australia in the WTC final, India elected to bowl first after winning the toss.

At the Oval in London on Wednesday for the World Test Championship 2023 final, Australian batsmen Steve Smith and Travis Head dominated the Indian bowlers for the majority of the second session.

With scores of 60(75) and 33(102), respectively, from Travis Head and Steve Smith on the crease, Australia had a healthy 170/3 at tea.

With speedster Mohammad Shami bringing back Marnus Labuschagne for 26(62). India began the second session similarly to how they ended the first.

After lunch, Shami struck with the first pitch he faced, a delivery that was pitched straight up, forcing Labuschagne into a drive.

He completely missed the ball though, which slipped through his defense and clipped the bails.

The in-form Travis Head then joined Smith at the Crease . And the left- and right-handed duo accelerated their rate of scoring.

Every over, both batters tried to reach the fence in an effort to advance the scoring. Both batters hit a total of seven boundaries in the first 10 overs of the second session.

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