Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

11 Ultimate Victory Moments In Indian Cricket !!


I think there are majority of cricket lovers wants to make Cricket as a national game, because not only boys even girls are also love to watch the cricket matches whenever it happens. Cricket has created its own unique place in every Indians hearts and minds, whenever the series of world cup starts  everybody especially the youth i tell you jut gaze their eyes on TV channels , even they fight with the family member to, to have remote only in their hands during the world cup finals.

Cricket is something majority of people love it and shows interest towards it, after all we have so many legend players in this field whom our country’s  youth inspires  and want to become like them too, like Scahin Tendulkar knows as the godfather  himself in this cricket era , everyone wants to fellow him.

And when it comes to finals matches the whole country become one, here are some glimpse I want to show you that had a ultimate victory moments in Indian Cricket era. Let’s take a look.

#1971-1972 India’s tour of West Indies


Nobody gave India a chance against the fearsome West Indies pace attack but a rookie Sunil Gavaskar led the Indian charge and ultimately to a famous series win.

#1983 Prudential World Cup (England)


India came in as the underdog with West Indies looking to complete the hattrick of World Cups, but like in earlier one, the West Indies juggernaut was halted by determined and dogged Indians led by mercurial Kapil Dev.

#1985 Kerry Packer World Series Down under (Australia)

Members of the Indian cricket team with the trophy after their victory over Pakistan in the final of the World Championship of Cricket One Day International tournament, Melbourne, Australia 10th March 1985. India won the match by 8 wickets. (Photo by Adrian Murrell/Getty Images)

Many considered India’s victory in the 1983 World Cup as a fluke, but victory in final against the arch rival Pakistan cemented India as the force to reckon with.

#1996 World Cup Quarter final (Bangalore – India)


It was the second World Cup in India and Bangalore witnessed the pulsating quarter final between India and Pakistan which India went on to win with young Ajay Jadeja demolishing Waqar Younis still fresh in every Indian’s mind.

#1998 Sharjah Cup final


It was Tendulkar against the Australian team. The master blaster single handedly led India to one of its most memorable victories.

#2001 Eden Garden’s Test Match


Australia won the opening test match in Mumbai and was on its way in Kolkata as well. But what we saw after India was forced to follow on was an absolute master class from VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid. Their heroics not only bailed India out of the trouble and made likes of McGrath, Warne and Gillespie look ordinary but along with Harbhajan Singh made sure India won the test and level the series 1-1, which India ultimately won.

#2002 NatWest Final


Chasing 325 runs to win, India was struggling at 146/5 with all the big guns back in the pavilion and not much could be expected from new comers like Yuvraj Singh and Mohammed Kaif. But what transpired after that is considered on the greatest one day comebacks of the modern times. Yuvraj and Kaif (not out till the end) along with the tail enders’ took India to a famous victory.

#2003-2004 Adelaide test match


Some consider this innings by Rahul Dravid which gave him the nickname “The Wall”. He single handedly took on the Australian attack and scored a wonderful double hundred in the first innings and a gritty 70 odd not out in the second innings that took India to victory and also not to forget the spell Ajit Agarkar bowled to skittle Australia out for less than 200 in second innings.

#2007 ICC Inaugural T20 World Cup


Mahendra Singh Dhoni led a very young and inexperienced Indian team to its maiden T20 World Cup that helped lift the gloom over the Indian cricket which had surrounded after a dismal 2007 50 over World Cup.

#2007-2008 Perth Test Match


India registered arguably one of its most famous overseas test victories when they defeated Australia in Perth (considered to be the fastest pitch in the world) and gave the Aussies a test of their own medicine.

#2011 ICC World Cup


Sachin Tendulkar after all those years of sacrifice and sheer determination led India to their second ICC 50 over World Cup, thus giving billions of Indians a reason to smile and to be proud of.



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