Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell’s wife Vinny Raman hits back at trolls over ‘vile, hateful DMs’ | Cricket world cup news

Meanwhile, Australian cricketer David Warner apologized to Indian fans on social media.

Vinny Raman and Australian Glenn Maxwell celebrate his medal after winning the Cricket World Cup (Reuters)(L-R) Vini Raman with her baby during the World Cup final; (L-R) Australian Glenn Maxwell celebrates with his medal after winning the Cricket World Cup. (Photos: Instagram/Vini Raman, Reuters)

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Vinnie Raman, wife of Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell, has hit back at social media trolls and asked them to “stay classy” after she implied she received “hateful direct messages” on her Instagram account.

Raman posted a set of pictures on her Instagram account after Australia beat the Indian cricket team by six wickets in the Cricket World Cup final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The photos also included a message for fans.

“aaaaand cue all the vile obnoxious DMs. Stay classy… I can’t believe this even has to be said but you can be an Indian and also support the country you were born in where you grew up and more importantly the team your husband plays as well as the father of your child in #nobrainer .Take a pill and channel this anger towards the most important global issues (SIC),” Indian-origin Raman wrote in an Instagram post on Monday.

Raman, a pharmacist, married Maxwell last year and they have a baby boy.

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Maxwell got Australia a crucial lead in the final against India by taking the wicket of the high-flying Rohit Sharma, who was batting on 47. This wicket took the wind out of India’s sails. He did not need to do much with the bat as Travis Head scored 137 runs and more or less secured a sixth World Cup for Australia by the time Maxwell came to bat.

Meanwhile, Australian cricketer David Warner also apologized to the Indian fans on social media.

Responding to an Indian fan’s tweet about Warner “breaking a billion hearts”, the opener said: “Apologies, it was a great match and the atmosphere was unbelievable. India really put on a serious event. Thank you all.”

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First published on: 21-11-2023 at 00:19 IST

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