Cricket superstar Ellyse Perry offers a cheeky response to Indian player Murali Vijay after calling her ‘beautiful’ saying he wanted to take her out for dinner
- Indian batsman Murali Vijay wants to take ‘beautiful’ Ellyse Perry out for dinner
- Perry said she was flattered by the offer and hoped he would pay for the night out
- The 28-year-old cricketer married Wallabies player Matt To’omua in 2015
Australian cricketer Ellyse Perry was invited to a dinner date by Indian batsman Murali Vijay during a live Instagram interview.
Vijay described the 29-year-old Australian sportswoman as beautiful and said he would like to have dinner with her during an interview via Instagram last month.
Perry, who is married to Wallabies player Matt To’omua, said she was flattered by the proposal.
“I hope he pays, if that’s the case,” she said. “That’s very nice of him, I’m very flattered.”
Cricket superstar Ellyse Perry married Wallabies player Matt To’omua in 2015 (pictured together)
Indian batsman Murali Vijay said Perry would be every cricketer’s first choice for dining out, calling her ‘beautiful’
Vijay, who has represented India for 61 tests and 17 one-day internationals, confessed that he would choose Perry to dine with when asked to choose two players to eat out during an interview.
“Ellyse Perry,” he said. “I want to eat out with her. She is so beautiful.’
His second choice would be Indian teammate Shikhar Dhawan.
Perry received his comments in an interview with sports presenter Ridhima Pathak.
The all-rounder married Matt To’omua in 2015 and largely thanks their union for making her a better sportswoman and role model.
Perry is the youngest person ever to represent Australia’s Australian cricket team and the first Australian to have played in the Cricket and Football World Cup
Perry depicted on Hosier Lane in Melbourne. She became the first player – male or female – to achieve 1,000 international T20 runs and 100 wickets
“He’s had these incredible experiences in his own career. And I feel more established … there is a wonderfully shared sense of what we want to achieve together, ”she said.
“It is not ironic that a little less worry, being more relaxed and having confidence in my ability has helped me improve.”
She is the youngest person ever to represent Australia’s Australian cricket team and the first Australian to play in the Cricket and Football World Cup.
Perry also became the first player – male or female – to achieve 1,000 international T20 runs and 100 wickets.
Indian batsman Murali Vijay described Perry as beautiful. Depicted on day three of Boxing Day test against Australia from 2014