Top 5 Unforgettable Moments for Indian Cricket 2017-18

Top 5 Unforgettable Moments for Indian Cricket
Top 5 Unforgettable Moments for Indian Cricket

Top 5 Memorable Moments for Indian Cricket

Always it’s a teamwork which leads the way towards success. In cricket also, due to the teamwork, some of the great records are being created and also again broken by others which is out of imagination. But there is some unique single performance that was helpful for the team and also listed in the record list.

Sehwag’s 300 runs in Test:

On March 28, 2008, playing against South Africa, India has to chase a huge target of 540. In reply India’s inform opener Virendra Sehwag started with a blasting performance. Throughout the match, Sehwag affects all the bowlers of South Africa. With this tremendous performance, Sehwag becomes the 1st person to get the triple century in 278 balls, that means the fastest ever triple century. Due to his triple ton India able to cross the huge target and having 627 runs on the board.

Yuvraj’s 6 sixes:

The king of sixer in India Yuvraj Sing proved that he is the real hard hitter and the man who always reply with the bat rather than words in the match against England on 19 September 2007 World T20. Flintoff the Englishman has some nasty words with Yuvraj as a result of which, the young gun in the next over hit 6 consecutive sixes to Stuart Broad and becomes the fastest half-century holder on T20. The sixers are so classy and huge that England player got a lesson that doesn’t ever mess with Yuvi or he will hit 6 sixes. Due to this firing performance, India posted a huge run on board of  218, which is India’s highest run in T20 till now and also wins that match by 18 runs.

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Sachin’s Double ton in ODI:

The God of cricket brand or we can say a prestigious line that is linked with Sachin’s name defines his efficiency in cricket. On February 24, 2010, playing against South Africa Sachin gets his 1st ODI double ton in 147 balls. Its very proud moment for Indian’s as no one in cricket history achieved this feat. This is one of the days that all will remember as “THE GOD OF CRICKET CREATED A HISTORY.” Due to this double ton, India able to touch 400 run by setting up a target 402. And winning the match by 153 runs.

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RO-HIT-MAN’s 264 run margin in ODI:

RO-HIT-MAN the name itself clarify that we must be talking about a hard hitter. Yes, its Rohit Sharma the inform opener of India team who recreated the history by breaking the record made by God of cricket. On November 13, 2014, match against Srilanka, Rohit played a fabulous inning that is out of imagination. Scoring 264 in 173 balls, crossing the 250 mark that still looks impossible in ODI match. After getting 2 double century in his name he named as HITMAN. In this match, India posted a huge total of 404 runs and defeated Srilanka by 153 run. The interesting thing in this match was Srilankan players unable to cross the individual score made by Rohit and bowled out in 251 runs. So the result of this match was,” ROHIT SHARMA DEFEATED SRILANKA TEAM BY 13 RUNS”.

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Two World Title Under Dhoni’s Captaincy:

Dhoni started his captaincy from ICC WORLD T20 held in South Africa in 2007. From the beginning, he shows his temperament of captaincy over the Indian team as, after 24 years, India again lift the world title of World T20 in which Dhoni debuted as captain. After getting one title under his captaincy again in 2011 he proved himself as the best captain and finisher by clinching the ICC WORLD CUP TROPHY. So this day is one of the most memorable days as CAPTAIN COOL MSD REPEATED THE SCENARIO OF 1983.

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