Kohli calls on fans to support all team members

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The picture was clicked on Wednesday at the High Commission of India in London.

Anushka Sharma has been spending time in London with hubby Virat Kohli.

The High Commission of India in London hosted the Indian cricket team on Tuesday and the BCCI's tweet on the occasion has now created a stir on social media.

The second Test starts on Thursday.

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Many cricket fans also pointed out that the Vice Captain of the team stood in the last row, on the other hand, Anushka comfortably stood in the front row.

BCCI is justified in featuring her in the "team India members " picture.

Also in the photo was Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma, who's now married to the Indian captain Virat Kohli.

The reason she is the odd one out is because as per sources, the BCCI had apparently prohibited the wives and girlfriends (WAGs) of the Indian cricket players from accompanying them till the end of the third Test against England.

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Joining Kohli for the meet and greet was Anushka Sharma donning a handsome traditional dress in mint colour.

Check out how Twitter users have reacted to "Team India" photo of the BCCI.

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There are a few more photos of Virat and Anushka that are making the rounds on social media.

Anushka has been a constant presence by her husband's side during the England tour, with paparazzi snapping pictures of the couple on streets and supermarkets.

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Kohli smashed 149 and 51 in both innings of the Edgbaston Test but his efforts went in vain as India lost the match by 31 runs.

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