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We are.. World CHAMPIONS!

 
India won the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, beating a formidable Srilankan team by 6 wickets. It was a tribute to Indian cricket, 1.2 billion Indians and a particular one of them, Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin adds this feather to his celebrated cap after waiting 5 world cups.


Team India did not have this easy. Although they were favorites, they had to be 2nd in their group standing. They beat all previous world cup champions West Indies, Australia, Pakistan, Srilanka, enroute to the prestigious cup.

For the next 4 years, Team India are the World Champions. Jai Hind!



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