India unites to celebrate end of 11-year drought


India has finally ended their eleven-year wait for an ICC trophy by clinching the T20 World Cup 2024 on Caribbean soil. The team mounted a heroic defense as the Proteas closed in, reducing the equation to less than a run-a-ball with five overs remaining, thanks to stellar bowling from Jasprit Bumrah, Arshdeep Singh, and Hardik Pandya.

Celebrations erupted across the nation as fans took to the streets to revel in this historic victory. The day etched its mark in Indian cricket history for multiple reasons:

Rohit Sharma became the third Indian captain to lift an ICC title, Virat Kohli chose this moment to announce the end of his illustrious T20I career, and Rahul Dravid finally became a World Champion after facing heartbreak in the 2003 and 2023 ODI World Cup finals.

Twitter was abuzz with jubilation, celebrating India’s new World Champions status with equal fervor.


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