Glenn Maxwell’s wife Vini Raman has lashed out at trolls after Australia’s World Cup 2023 final win over India in Ahmedabad on November 19.
India, batting first, posted a total of 240 runs, thanks to significant contributions from Virat Kohli, who scored 54 runs, and KL Rahul, who added 66 runs to the scoreboard. However, the Australian bowling attack, adept at utilizing the pitch conditions, managed to restrict India’s scoring potential.
Australia’s response to India’s total was initially shaky, as they found themselves at 47/3 during the Powerplay. Nevertheless, a remarkable partnership emerged between Travis Head, who scored a commanding 137 runs, and Marnus Labuschagne, who played a supportive role with a gritty 58 not out. This partnership steered Australia to a comfortable victory by six wickets, with Glenn Maxwell hitting the winning runs.
Maxwell had enjoyed a great campaign as he scored the fastest hundred and double hundred in World Cup history. The Australian all-rounder ended the campaign with 400 runs to his name and six wickets as well.
Maxwell’s wife has now taken to Instagram where she posted a series of images and had a message for trolls at end.
“Melbourne – Singapore – Delhi – Dharamsala – Ahmedabad – Mumbai – Pune – Kolkata -Ahmedabad – Singapore – Melbourne.”
“a trip of a lifetime that Logan won’t remember. @gmaxi_32 still in awe of everything you’ve accomplished this tournament (are you even real?) PS. Swipe to the last slide for a little PSA,” said Raman.
In the last slide, however, Raman would hit out at trolls who slammed her for supporting Australia despite having roots in India. Maxwell’s wife also told them to direct their anger towards more important issues.
“Cue all the hateful vile DMs. Stay classy.”
Can’t believe this needs to be said BUT you can be Indian and also support the country of your birth where you have been raised and more importantly the team your husband + father of your plays in #nobrainer.
“Take a chill pill and direct the outrage towards more important world issues,” said Raman on Instagram.
First appeared on www.indiatoday.in