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Sachin Tendulkar and Jay Shah recalls India’s 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup victory

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Sachin Tendulkar, the legendary Indian cricketer, reflected on India’s 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup victory, which he described as a “childhood dream turned into reality”.

Sachin Tendulkar, the legendary Indian cricketer, reflected on India’s 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup victory, describing it as a “childhood dream turned into reality”. On this day in 2011, India defeated Sri Lanka in a hard-fought World Cup final at Mumbai’s historic Wankhede Stadium. Sachin took to X (previously Twitter) and posted, “Thirteen years ago, my boyhood dream came true. Forever grateful for the memories, the crew, and the wonderful support of more than a billion people.” The renowned batsman played his sixth World Cup and batted brilliantly, accumulating 482 runs in nine matches at an average of 53.55, including two hundreds and two fifties. He was the second-highest run producer.



The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary, Jay Shah, also praised the ‘Class of 2011’ for their outstanding performance during the tournament.

“#OnThisDay in 2011, our Men in Blue created history by winning the ICC Cricket World Cup for the second time! Led by the legendary @msdhoni, with gritty innings from @GautamGambhir, superb batting from @sachin_rt, courageous all-round performances by @YUVSTRONG12, and the entire squad played exceptional cricket throughout the tournament! On this night 13 years ago, every moment at the thrilling Wankhede Stadium was filled with the spirit of Indian cricket! Shah tweeted, “@BCCI.”
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