INDIAN Premier League cricket star Yuzvendra Chahal had a stunning fan cheering him on as India took on the West Indies in Miami.
His wife Dhanashree Verma, 26, looked sensational as she smiled in the stands in a white crop top and black cargo pants.
She was among the crowds in Florida for India’s fifth and final eagerly-anticipated T20I game against the West Indies.
Chahal’s stylish wife showed off her toned abs while carrying an expensive Louis Vuitton bag in the sweltering Miami heat on Sunday.
She complemented her cool and casual look with a pair of pink and white sneakers, chunky sunglasses and numerous bracelets.
Dhanashree applauded the fans for offering their support to India’s cricket stars despite the Rohit Sharma-led side losing the game.
She captioned the Instagram post: “Play in Miami. I was amazed to see such dedicated and wonderful fans in Miami.”
Both cricket fans and Dhanashree’s admirers flooded the comments section with compliments, saying her husband was a lucky man.
Her 5.6million followers raved over the sweet snaps that cushioned the West Indies’ 3-2 win in the T20I series.
Social media users speculated Dhanashree had been hanging out with another cricket star after he posted eerily similar pictures.
They both uploaded pictures of the rainy Mumbai skyline, leading people to claim they were clearly dating.
But Dhanashree dispelled the rumors by uploading another post with the caption, “We are under the same sky and have different stories.”
The West Indies’ eight-wicket win over India in the Miami game certainly hit leg spinner Chalal.
The T20I was his first appearance for his country in over seven months and his first competitive game since the IPL.
Some fans criticized his approach to bowling, saying his slow-moving tactics had become predictable for the rivals.
But Chalal is still hoping to secure a place in the World Cup squad, with former cricket star Robin Uthappa lending his support.
Ahead of their Day International match against West Indies in July, Indian cricketers complained that they were suffering from lack of sleep after a horrific flight delay.
The brave Indian side had just wrapped up a winning streak at Trinidad’s Queen’s Park Oval and were ready to travel to Barbados for the ODI crunch game.
However, an erratic travel schedule laid down by the Board of Control for Cricket in India soon left them behind.
Legend Virat Kohli was reportedly stuck at the gate for four hours along with his ten teammates.
The team was booked for a one-hour flight at 11:00 p.m. from Trinidad, but only managed to reach their destination at 5:00 a.m. the next morning.