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Sports Cricket 25 Jun 2019 Cricketers remember ...

Cricketers remember India's maiden World Cup win of 1983; see tweets

ANI
Published Jun 25, 2019, 6:35 pm IST
Updated Jun 25, 2019, 6:35 pm IST
The Indian team had defeated an invincible West Indies in the finals to lift the World Cup trophy for the first time.
Currently, the World Cup is being played in England and Wales. (Photo: BCCI/Twitter)
 Currently, the World Cup is being played in England and Wales. (Photo: BCCI/Twitter)

New Delhi: Kapil Dev-led Indian team's stupendous World Cup win on June 25, 1983, is till date looked at as a revolutionary tale.

The Indian team had defeated an invincible West Indies in the finals to lift the World Cup trophy for the first time.

 

After the win, cricket got a fillip in the country, elevating the sport to a religion for fans with every child wanting to become a cricketer.

Many cricketers, who are now viewed as some of the greatest ones to have played for India, also view the 1983 feat as a game changer. Many of them took the occasion of the win's 26th-anniversary to voice their feelings about the landmark event in India's cricket history.

In the final against West Indies, India had scored 183 runs after being put into bat. Krishnamachari Srikkanth top-scored for India with a knock of 38 runs and Andy Roberts took the maximum wickets for West Indies as he sent three batsmen to the pavilion.

West Indies, in its chase, failed to leave a mark as both Madan Lal and Mohinder Amarnath scalped three wickets bundled them out for 140 runs, handing India a win by 43 runs.

India won its second World Cup title in 2011 after 28 years with MS Dhoni as the captain.

 

Currently, the World Cup is being played in England and Wales. The Virat Kohli-led side are currently unbeaten with four victories. Their match against New Zealand was abandoned due to rain.

India will next take on West Indies on June 27.

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Location: India, Delhi, New Delhi




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