On the 10th anniversary of Team India’s win, star player Ravindra Jadeja shared a blockbuster tweet.
The date of today, i.e., June 23, is etched in the minds of most fans of Team India, and now the date is becoming more and more dear after the loss of Team India in the World Test Championship against Team Australia earlier this month at the Oval against Australia. On this day 10 years ago, under the captaincy of MS Dhoni, India lifted the ICC trophy and became the first ever captain to lead a side to three different ICC title triumphs after the 2007 World T20 and 2011 ODI World Cups. On the 10th anniversary of the historic win, India star Ravindra Jadeja shared a blockbuster tweet.
Celebrating the occasion of the big ICC trophy win, Jadeja took to Twitter to share a picture of himself with the individual trophies he won on the day of the final and captioned it: “GOLDEN BOY #missioncompleted.”
The image shows Jadeja holding two awards. One is the Player of the Match award for his unbeaten 25-ball 35 in India’s 129 for seven in the rain-truncated final, which was reduced to just 20 overs-a-side, and for picking two wickets for 24 runs. The other award was the Golden Ball for picking the most wickets in the tournament. He took 12 wickets in five matches at an average of 12.83. The Champions Trophy remains the last ICC title that India won.