Recalling India's 2011 WC win; This made victory memory everlasting

Home Turf Triumph

    India clinched their second World Cup title in 2011, becoming the first nation to win the Cricket World Cup final on home soil at the iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

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Shifting Gears

    The 2011 World Cup marked a change in dominance, with the first-ever final featuring two Asian teams (India and Sri Lanka) and ending Australias strong World Cup presence.

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Historic Tournament

    The 2011 World Cup, co-hosted by India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh, saw 14 teams compete, making it a memorable and widely watched event.

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Gambhir's Grit

    Gautam Gambhirs fighting knock of 97 runs set the foundation for Indias chase, providing a crucial partnership with Dhoni to stabilize the innings.

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Yuvraj Shines

    Yuvraj Singh was awarded Player of the Tournament for his all-around performance throughout the World Cup, contributing significantly with both bat and ball.

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Emotional Win for Sachin

    This victory was particularly emotional for Sachin Tendulkar, playing in his last World Cup appearance.

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Dhoni's Masterstroke

    Captain MS Dhonis unbeaten knock of 91 runs and his cool finishing act sealed the victory for India in a thrilling chase against Sri Lankas 274 run target.Who can forget the iconic last 6 into stands from the captain cool that became the winning shot

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