Glenn Maxwell’s Indian origin wife Vini Raman hits out at Indian fans for getting hate on supporting Australia in CWC 2023 final
Glenn Maxwell’s wife Vini Raman slams trolls after India’s defeat in the final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
It’s been almost 24 hours until the final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 between India and Australia at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Australia thrashed India by six wickets to lift the 6th World Cup title, which totally left Indian team and fans totally devastated. This was yet another time when India lost the finals of an ICC event, and they left empty-handed.
On the other hand, for Australia, it has been a year to remember. They retain Ashes in England. They also won the World Test Championship, beating India in the finals, and now they have registered a win in the finals of the World Cup 2023. Meanwhile, Glenn Maxwell’s wife Vini Raman slams the trolls who sent her abusive messages for supporting Australia.
Glenn Maxwell’s Wife Vini Raman hits back at Indian fans
Glenn Maxwell is married to Vini Raman, whose roots are from India. She was born and brought up in Australia, and the couple married a year ago. She was present during IND vs AUS final on Sunday. She was following her husband and Australia in the finals. And as Australia won the match, a certain group of fans targeted her for supporting Australia.
The couple was blessed with a baby boy in September. She took to Instagram and wrote, “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 child plays in #nobrainer. Take a chill pill and direct that outrage towards more important world issues.”
A pharmacist by profession, she is Tamil-Australian. Men in yellow, led by Pat Cummins, won the finals by six wickets. Travis Head was the star who smashed 137 runs while chasing and led the team to yet another World Cup win. These two teams will not take on a five-match T20I series in India starting later this month.