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Memorable Moments of Indian Cricket Match

One of the top cricket teams in the world right now is Team India. Currently, the BCCI is the biggest cricket organization in the world. The Indian cricket team, however, was not considered the finest in the world for a very long time until making several significant victories.  The Indian cricket team went through many ups and downs before arriving at its current position.

India played its first test match in 1932; it has made great strides to offer its fans some moments they will remember forever. The moments in Indian cricket team history have been compiled in this list.

List of Unforgettable Moments of Indian Cricket 

  • Kapil Dev Leading India To 1st World Cup Trophy

Before beginning their campaign for the third World Cup, India had only once defeated the East Africa squad in the tournament's previous two editions. The Indian team was the underdog and had no chance of making it through the quarterfinals. However, Kapil Dev led India to their first World Cup Final and, ultimately, their first World Cup victory. 

As per the cricket highlights, in the final, West Indies and India, two-time world champions, faced off. India scored only 183 runs in their opening innings, making the total seem manageable and as though Sir Viv Richards would be the lone contributor. However, India didn't give up and fought valiantly to dismantle the West Indies, who were batting at 140, and won the match by 43 runs. The first World Cup victory stirred the nation's emotions.

  • A Win Against Australia at Eden Gardens in 2001

As per highlights  in the cricket match with India, Australia was undefeated in 16 straight test matches, including the opening game. Australia maintained their domination in the second test as well, giving India more than 250 runs as a follow-on. India was in danger of losing. However, Dravid and Laxman took the game into their own hands and batted for the entirety of the fourth test day to take a 384-run advantage. Laxman's 281 runs were the most an Indian had ever scored in a Test match at the time.

The test match was ultimately declared and won by India by more than 100 runs. Harbhajan Singh deserves kudos for his hat-trick, more than 5 wickets in the second innings, and Sachin Tendulkar's wicket-taking at the other end. India's victory over the Australian titans in this game was a miracle.

  • Sourav Ganguly’s T-shirt Moment in Lord’s Balcony

At Lord's, India was playing in the final test of the series. India had a massive 316 total in front of them that was quite impossible to catch at the time. However, Sourav Ganguly and Sehwag put together a strong 106-run partnership for the first wicket. However, India then collapsed, going from 106/0 to 146/5. After Sachin was gone, everyone gave up on winning.

However, Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Kaif, both newbies, took control of the innings and established a 121-run partnership up till Yuvraj's dismissal. As wickets kept falling from the other end, the scene became heated. When Kaif & Zaheer finished two runs following an overthrow, India needed 2 runs off 4 balls to win. Sourav Ganguly waved his T-shirt on Lord's balcony to celebrate India's victory. 

  • 2003 World Cup Final Loss

After 20 years, Sourav Ganguly's team had numerous newbies, notably Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh, who were key contributors to the 2011 world cup victory. It came so close to winning the tournament. Ganguly chose to field first against the formidable Australians after winning the toss. Australia destroyed every Indian bowler besides Harbhajan Singh. With 140 not out, Ricky Ponting led all scorers for Australia.

To win the world cup, India had to chase 360 runs. But India easily lost the wicket of Sachin Tendulkar ( who was the man of the tournament for highest runs). India was bowled out for 240 runs in 40 overs because they were unable to establish any partnerships. For a long time, this defeat plagued India and its supporters.

  • India Winning 2007 Inaugural T20 World Cup

India's early elimination from the 2007 World Cup caused a surge of rage among Indian supporters. Many veteran players, including Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, and Rahul Dravid, decided not to compete in the T20 World Cup as a result. No chance of even making it to the semi-final round existed when Dhoni was given the chance to captain the young team.

However, Team India demonstrated their teamwork against Pakistan to get to the finals. By 5 runs, India defeated Pakistan in the championship match after Mishabh attempted to scoop a delivery from Joginder Sharma over fine leg but was caught by Sreesanth at short fine leg. India refilled itself and provided admirers with joyous moments.

  • Dhoni’s World Cup Winning 6

After 28 years, India won the 2011 World Cup under Dhoni, becoming the first side to triumph in their own nation. Until Sachin Sehwag's quick wicket fell, India's score against Sri Lanka was manageable. Nevertheless, Gambhir's 97 run innings kept India in the match, and MS Dhoni's unbeaten 96 run innings helped India win the World Cup.

Every Indian fan still gets shivers when they hear Ravi Shastri say, "Dhoni finishes off in style, India lifts the world cup after 28 years," after Dhoni hit a six.

MS Dhoni is undoubtedly the most well-known and definitely the most watched cricketer from India, apart from Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli. Coming from a cricketing backwater, the mining state of Jharkhand, and using a homemade batting and wicket keeping technique as well as a captaincy style that scales the highs and lows of both conservatism and unconventionality, he has reached this stage. India has won the championship in every format under Dhoni's leadership, including the World T20 in 2007, the 50-over World Cup in 2011, and the Test rankings for 18 consecutive months beginning in December 2009. For more cricketing videos subscribe CBTF mytube!

  • 2013 Champions Trophy Winner

As the ODI match had to be changed into a T20 encounter for both teams, the India vs. England champions trophy final was ruined by a run. However, the excitement remained. India was defending a low total, but Dhoni, the best captain India has ever had, worked his magic with spot-on field positioning and bowling substitutions.

The last time our nerves were affected was when Dhoni told his colleagues, "Don't look up, God won't come down to save this match for us, we have to do it." Truly audiences enjoy watching cricket matches with India.

  • Sachin Retires From International Cricket

After a successful 24-year career and countless experiences for Indian and worldwide cricket fans, The God Of Cricket made the decision to retire from international cricket on November 16, 2013. The man who encouraged generations and billions of people to take up cricket as a sport has finally made the decision to put his bat down for good.

Even the bowlers and fielders didn't celebrate after Sachin was taken out of the last test match against the West Indies because it was so unique. Everyone sobbed at Sachin Tendulkar's speech, and for the last time, the entire country stopped to watch their God play cricket.

Tendulkar has been the most significant factor in cricket's surge in popularity in India cricket, which has resulted in the Indian board being the wealthiest and most powerful in international cricket. Tendulkar transformed cricket in the subcontinent from a sport to a religion by providing the people with a role model they could look up to regardless of their age, race, creed, or sect.

He holds nearly every noteworthy batting record in a sport rife with numbers, including the most runs in Test and ODI cricket, the most hundreds in the two competitions, and the mind-numbing 100th century in international cricket. Tendulkar had a difficult start to his ODI career, but after being selected to open against New Zealand in 1994 and scoring 82 runs in 49 balls, he discovered his niche at the top of the order and made it his own. By the end of his career, he had amassed 49 ODI hundreds, surpassing the second-best player by 19 hundreds.

As per cricketing videos, despite all the talk about Tendulkar's errors under pressure, it was hard to dismiss his performances in significant competitions. Tendulkar played in two World Cup finals and had scores of 4 (against Australia in the 2003 final) and 18 in both contests (2011 final vs. Sri Lanka). However, his entire efforts and contributions throughout the aforementioned competitions were very important in helping India reach the final. Tendulkar broke his own record of 523 runs in a World Cup competition (1996 World Cup) by scoring an astounding 673 runs in the event's 2003 iteration. This record still holds.

  • Team India First Team to Defeat Australia at Gabba

India defeated Australia at the Gabba on January 19, 2021, making them the first side to do so in 32 years. With this victory, India took a 2-1 lead in the Border-Gavaskar test series. Even without Virat Kohli in the lineup and with Rohit Sharma out early, India managed to finish off the 328 run total. In order to secure the historic victory, young Shubhman Gill, who recently made his test debut, produced a crucial 91 runs in addition to Rishabh Pant's undefeated 89 runs.

As per cricket highlights this victory was noteworthy because Australia had not lost at the Gabba since they fell to the West Indies in 1988. The Indians managed to breach the Australian fort at Gabba.

Unforgettable Moments of T20 World Cup 2022

  • India v Pakistan, MCG, October 23, 2022

When India take on Pakistan at any level there is always a lot of excitement and plenty of anticipation, but this MCG contest was a classic of epic proportions as Virat Kohli produced an innings for the ages (82* off 53 balls) to lead his side to a thrilling victory.

The atmosphere outside the ground prior to the match was electric and the action inside the arena was even more jaw-dropping as Pakistan posted a competitive total of 159/8 on the back of half-centuries to Shan Masood (52*) and Iftikhar Ahmed (51).

When India lost KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, and Suryakumar Yadav during their batting Powerplay and were reduced to 26/3 in response, things didn't look good for India, but they received an innings from Kohli that would be remembered for a very long time.

In order to keep India in the game and win it for his team, the former captain and Hardik Pandya (40) worked well together for a partnership of 113 runs.

Haris Rauf's penultimate over was ended by Kohli hitting consecutive sixes off the final two balls, and Mohammad Nawaz then bowled a closing over that had to be seen to be believed.

In an exciting last over, there were wickets lost, waist-high no balls, free hits, sixes, wides, and byes. Ultimately, India won by four wickets in a historic match.

  • Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Perth Stadium, October 27

The best T20I matches don't always have to be high-scoring affairs, as demonstrated by this match, which saw Sikandar Raza lead Zimbabwe to a narrow one-run victory over Pakistan in yet another final over drama.

As the African team managed to score 130/8 from their 20 overs, Raza, like many of his teammates, struggled with the bat. Many people believed that the formidable Pakistani batting lineup, led by skipper Babar Azam, would coast to victory.

However, they were not prepared for Raza to perform some ball-handling miracles and lead Zimbabwe to a remarkable victory thanks to some unexpected motivation from Australia great Ricky Ponting.

With three wickets under his belt, Raza was instrumental in helping his team win the match by running out Pakistan with the last delivery. This was the final nail in Pakistan's coffin.

The experienced Zimbabwe player then admitted during the game that he had watched a video on ICC social media networks prior to the game in which Ponting discussed his most recent exploits in white-ball cricket.

Raza was inspired by the great Australian's stirring words, and he gave a standout effort to put Zimbabwe in the running for an improbable semi-final spot in the competition.

  • Scotland v Ireland, Bellerive Oval, October 19, 2022

When Ireland was reduced to 61/4 in the 10th over of their pursuit of Scotland's towering total of 176/5, it appeared like they were doomed, but Curtis Campher (72*) and George Dockrell (39) created a combination deserving of winning any match.

The pair put together an unbroken stand of 119 runs in just 57 deliveries to help Ireland win the match on the penultimate delivery and advance to the Super 12 round.

Campher and Dockrell's stand was the highest partnership by Ireland in T20 World Cup history, and the chase was Ireland's most successful run chase in T20I cricket history.

  • UAE v Netherlands, Kardinia Park, October 16, 2022

When Max O'Dowd got the Netherlands off to a fast start in their attempt to chase down 111/8, it appeared to be a simple procession. However, the UAE's bowlers combined to cause a significant ruckus in the Dutch camp.

UAE appeared to be on pace for an unlikely triumph when Tim Pringle was bowled halfway through the second last over and with nine runs still needed after the Netherlands were reduced from cruising at 59/2 to 76/6 in the 14th over.

However, captain Scott Edwards (16*) and spinner Logan van Beek (4*) maintained composure to win the match on the penultimate delivery and send the Dutch camp into fits of hysteria.

  • Namibia v UAE, Kardinia Park, October 20, 2022

The UAE recorded their first victory at a T20 World Cup and eliminated David Wiese and Namibia from the competition. Geelong served as the site for this exciting First Round match once again.

When Wiese entered the field at 46/5 in pursuit of UAE's challenging total of 148/3, Namibia appeared to be in a complete mess. However, the seasoned all-rounder nearly orchestrated a triumph that would rank among the greatest of all time.

In his 55-ball innings, Wiese struck three fours and three huge sixes, putting Namibia on the verge of victory with 14 needed from the last over and Muhammad Waseem about to bowl.

However, Wiese was left a broken man when he was out in the fourth delivery of the final over as UAE clung on to make history in a memorable match.

Cricket's Life Lessons

Here are some of the life lessons that cricket may teach you.

  • Patience

Critics of cricket have been known to make remarks about how long cricket matches can last. But the duration of these games teaches us the first crucial life lesson: patience. Cricket players rapidly discover that if they exert too much effort too early in the game, they will tire out and be unable to compete for the whole of the lengthy contest. This teaches us the value of having patience and developing endurance, two skills that are essential in a variety of real-life circumstances.

  • Persistence

Cricket also teaches us the value of perseverance, which is a crucial life lesson. Failure for a batsman, bowler, or fielder can make it appear as though all of their preparation and hard work were for nothing. However, players see that victory is still possible in the end if they don't give up and keep trying. This is sound advice for almost any circumstance in life, whether it be establishing a profession, developing close connections, or picking up a new talent.

  • Lasting Personal Relationships

Cricket teaches us how to collaborate effectively with others in order to accomplish shared objectives, much like any team sport. This is especially true in cricket, as teammates frequently sit around and talk while waiting to bat. Cricket players spend more time together than in any other sport during practises and games because of the lengthy time commitments, which allows for lots of opportunity for bonding. Teams frequently continue to compete together for years or even decades, teaching players a lot about how to sustain strong and fruitful interpersonal bonds over time.

  • Resilience

Things can go wrong throughout the many hours spent in the field or with a bat. Either someone will catch your ball or it will elude your grasp. Indian Cricket players discover that they must get back up and try again rather than letting these setbacks and disappointments get to them. This serves as a reminder of key lessons regarding resilience, a quality that is necessary for success in life. There will likely be occasions when things don't go as planned in our personal and professional lives. In these situations, we must be resilient and learn to deal with disappointment in order to go forward.

  • Consistency

Indian Cricket teaches us the value of perseverance as well as the virtue of consistency. In cricket, hitting a few bad shots or bowling one outstanding over-arm delivery is insufficient. Instead, you must consistently execute throughout the course of the lengthy days of a test match in order to be successful. This teaches its players to be reliable and provide good performances each time. We can succeed in other areas of our lives by having this useful skill. For instance, success in work necessitates regular attendance and strong performance. To be constant, in other terms, is what this means.

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