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Blockbuster two-word tweet from Ravindra Jadeja on India commemorating the 10-year anniversary of its last ICC title victory

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India’s top athlete Ravindra Jadeja posted a sensational tweet on the occasion of the historic victory’s tenth anniversary.

For the majority of Indian supporters, June 23 has become more precious in the wake of their team’s sad loss to Australia in the World Test Championship final at The Oval earlier this month. After winning the 2007 World T20 and the 2011 ODI World Cup, MS Dhoni became the first captain to captain a team to three different ICC championship victories on that day, ten years ago. India last won an ICC trophy on that occasion. India’s top athlete Ravindra Jadeja posted a sensational tweet on the occasion of the historic victory’s tenth anniversary.

The Dhoni-led team advanced to the knockout round after winning Group B after beginning their campaign against South Africa at Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens. Before the Men in Blue stunned the hosts England in the semifinal match, India defeated Asian foes Sri Lanka with the aid of Shikhar Dhawan’s incredible fifty and Ishant Sharma’s 3 for 33.

Jadeja posted a photo of himself with each of the individual trophies he won on the day of the final on Twitter with the phrase, “GOLDEN BOY #missioncompleted,” to mark the occasion of his significant ICC trophy victory.

Jadeja is shown in the picture carrying two honours. One is the Player of the Match award for his unbeaten 25-ball 35 in India’s 129 for 7 in the final that was cut short due to rain and played in only 20 overs per side. He also received the award for taking two wickets for 24 runs. The Golden Ball was given as the additional prize for taking the most wickets during the competition. In five games, he took 12 wickets at an average of 12.83.

India’s most recent ICC victory was the Champions Trophy. In the 2015 and 2019 ODI World Cup semifinals, the squad was defeated. They exited the T20 World Cup in the semifinals in 2016 and 2022 after losing in the final in 2014, but their group-stage departure in 2021 still stands as their poorest performance. They have fallen to their bitter rivals in the Champions Trophy final in 2016. The WTC final earlier this year was where they most recently lost.

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