×
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

In Pics | Team India revels in T20 World Cup glory after nail-biting final

On an emotion-filled day, India ended their 11-year wait for a global trophy, overcoming South Africa (who choked at the business end of the match) by seven runs to emerge champions in the T20I World Cup. It was India's second T20I World Cup victory after they won the inaugural tournament in 2007 under the legendary M S Dhoni in South Africa, and first since winning the Champions Trophy in 2013. With the massive achievement came massive celebrations that started right at the field!
Last Updated : 30 June 2024, 05:37 IST

Follow Us :

Comments
Kuldeep Yadav lifts the trophy as Team India revels in World Cup glory.

Kuldeep Yadav lifts the trophy as Team India revels in World Cup glory.

Credit: Reuters Photo

ADVERTISEMENT
Virat Kohli  celebrates with an Indian flag wrapped around him after the star batter regained his form at the right time to strike a fifty as India made a healthy 176 for seven against South Africa. Kohli’s 76 (59b, 6x4, 2x6), was his first decisive knock of this tournament.

Virat Kohli celebrates with an Indian flag wrapped around him after the star batter regained his form at the right time to strike a fifty as India made a healthy 176 for seven against South Africa. Kohli’s 76 (59b, 6x4, 2x6), was his first decisive knock of this tournament.

Credit: Reuters Photo

Hardik Pandya celebrates with his medal after winning the T20 World Cup.

Hardik Pandya celebrates with his medal after winning the T20 World Cup.

Credit: Reuters Photo

Skipper Rohit Sharma and superstar Virat Kohli pose together after India's thumping victory. The duo announced their retirement from T20 Internationals after playing monumental roles in the team's second world title conquest in the format.

Skipper Rohit Sharma and superstar Virat Kohli pose together after India's thumping victory. The duo announced their retirement from T20 Internationals after playing monumental roles in the team's second world title conquest in the format.

Credit: Reuters Photo

 Outgoing coach Rahul Dravid Dravid celebrates his team's victory. Dravid's tenure as India head coach, which got a glorious closure with the T20 World Cup triumph, will remain a case study on how to be stately and understated at the same time in modern-day cricket coaching.

Outgoing coach Rahul Dravid Dravid celebrates his team's victory. Dravid's tenure as India head coach, which got a glorious closure with the T20 World Cup triumph, will remain a case study on how to be stately and understated at the same time in modern-day cricket coaching.

Credit: Reuters Photo

Surya Kumar Yadav lifts the trophy after his splendid fielding contributed to India's victory at the T20 World Cup. When the equation came down to 16 off the last six balls, on the first ball SKY took a sensational relay catch at the long-off boundary off Hardik Pandya to put India on the cusp of a thrilling victory.

Surya Kumar Yadav lifts the trophy after his splendid fielding contributed to India's victory at the T20 World Cup. When the equation came down to 16 off the last six balls, on the first ball SKY took a sensational relay catch at the long-off boundary off Hardik Pandya to put India on the cusp of a thrilling victory.

Credit: Reuters Photo

Jasprit Bumrah celebrates with the trophy alongside his team members. Bumrah, who had bowled a beauty to dislodge Reeza Hendricks in the powerplay, made an impact when he was eventually brought back for this remaining two overs, picking up a wicket and conceding only six runs off his final 12 balls.

Jasprit Bumrah celebrates with the trophy alongside his team members. Bumrah, who had bowled a beauty to dislodge Reeza Hendricks in the powerplay, made an impact when he was eventually brought back for this remaining two overs, picking up a wicket and conceding only six runs off his final 12 balls.

Credit: Reuters Photo

Rishabh Pant and Kuldeep Yadav pose with the trophy as Team India celebrate after winning the T20 World Cup.

Rishabh Pant and Kuldeep Yadav pose with the trophy as Team India celebrate after winning the T20 World Cup.

Credit: Reuters Photo

ADVERTISEMENT
Published 30 June 2024, 05:37 IST

Follow us on :

Follow Us

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT