13th Anniversary Of 2011 WC: 13 years ago on this day, India became ‘World Champion’ for the second time, players were elated remembering the moments of victory, know who said what? – Bollywood Keeda

13th Anniversary Of 2011 WC: 2nd April i.e. today is one of the most important days for Indian cricket, because exactly 13 years ago, the Men in Blue won the ODI World Cup by 6 wickets against Sri Lanka at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Won his second ODI World Cup title. Former legendary player Sachin Tendulkar, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, that World Cup hero Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina have posted on social media remembering those victorious moments. A lot of reactions are coming from fans on these posts.

‘Childhood dream fulfilled’

Great Indian cricket player Sachin Tendulkar remembered those memorable moments of that historic day. He shared the post on social media and wrote, “13 years ago, my childhood dream turned into reality… Forever grateful for the memories, the team and the incredible support of over a billion people.”

WC 2011 Player of the Tournament Yuvraj also remembered the memorable moment

Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina, who were players of the tournament in the 2011 World Cup, also remembered this memorable moment. While posting a video of World Cup memories on X, Yuvraj wrote, ‘Feeling that moment.’ Recalling this victory, Raina also wrote that he still gets goosebumps remembering that historic victory.

Let us tell you that during the tournament, Yuvraj had scored 362 runs in eight innings at an average of 90.5 and strike rate of 86. During this period he had scored one century and five half-centuries. Yuvraj also took 15 wickets and was the fourth highest wicket taker of the tournament.

Raina remembered historical moments

Raina wrote, ‘I still get goosebumps remembering that historic moment of 2011 when we won the World Cup title. Great memories with a great team. Raina played an important role in the middle order during the tournament.

BCCI and Board Secretary Jai Shah also appreciated

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Board Secretary Jay Shah also praised the ‘Class of 2011’. BCCI wrote on its official X handle, ‘Remembering this special day. On this day in 2011, the Indian team won the ODI World Cup trophy for the second time.

BCCI Secretary Jai Shah wrote on Twitter, ‘On this day in 2011, our Indian team created history by winning the ICC ODI World Cup title for the second time. Under the leadership of Dhoni, Gautam Gambhir played a brilliant innings, Sachin’s bat scored runs, Yuvraj’s all-round performance and the tireless efforts of the entire team in the tournament made our team perform brilliantly. Every moment at the Wankhede Stadium that night 13 years ago made every Indian proud.

Know what happened on 2 April 2011?

Let us tell you that on April 2, 2011, the Indian men’s team won its second ODI World Cup title, ending a wait of 28 years after its first win in 1983. In the 2011 World Cup final, Sri Lanka batted first and took 6 wickets in 50 overs thanks to an unbeaten century by Mahela Jayawardene (113), captain Kumar Sangakkara (48), Tillakaratne Dilshan (48) and Thisara Perera (22*). But 274 runs were scored. On the other hand, Zaheer Khan (2/60) and Yuvraj Singh (2/49) bowled the best for India.

13th Anniversary Of 2011 WC

India achieved the target of 275 runs given to Sri Lanka by losing 4 wickets. India had repeated history under the captaincy of Dhoni. Sachin was out after scoring 18 runs during India’s innings. So Sehwag could not even open his account. When both were out, it seemed that the Indian team would lose the final. But after this, Gautam Gambhir held on from one end and played an inning of 97 runs in 122 balls, which gave hope for victory for India. Apart from Gambhir, 22 year old Kohli had scored 35 runs in 49 balls. Later, Dhoni and Yuvi took India’s innings forward with caution and ended India’s drought of 28 years and gave them a historic victory.

Dhoni had hit the winning six

Captain Dhoni hit the winning six for India, whose memories are still fresh in the memories of millions of Indian cricket fans. After this, the Indian team has never been able to win the T20 or ODI trophy.

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