13 years ago, Dhoni created history, made India the world champion of T20

Spread the love

Dhoni’s amazing decision to get the over from Joginder Sharma was successful in the thrill of the last over.

In most of the occasions against Pakistan in ICC tournaments, Team India has the upper hand, but the victory on September 24, 13 years ago was the biggest and special among them. In fact, on this day, in the T20 World Cup final held for the first time, India had defeated Pakistan in the exciting match till the last over and got their name written on the title. In the absence of the veterans, the title of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) was started with this title win with young cricketers.

India had beaten Pakistan in a super over in a group match

Psychologically, the Indian team was considered heavy in the final match. The reason was Team India to beat Pakistan in the super over amidst exciting moments in the group match. Even in that match, the match was on par till the last ball, but then in the ball over in the super over, India beat the Pakistani team by dropping the stumps more often.

India bat first, Gambhir-Rohit shines in final

In the final match, Dhoni won the toss and gave his batsmen a chance to show Jauhar first. The rest of the batsmen failed, but Gautam Gambhir batted tremendously from one end. Gambhir hit 75 runs in 54 balls with the help of 8 fours and 2 sixes. They got together in the last overs, nowadays of Team India’s ‘Hitman’ Rohit Sharma, who was then starting his career. Rohit hit a knockout 30 runs in just 16 balls with 2 fours and 1 six. As a result, the Indian team scored 157 runs for 5 wickets in 20 overs. For Pakistan, Umar Gul took 3 wickets for 28 runs in 4 overs.

Misbah became Pakistan’s troubleshooter, Irfan opened the way to victory

The Pakistani team, chasing the target, Imran Nazir scored 28 runs in 14 balls and experienced Younis Khan (24 runs off 24 balls), but Irfan Pathan (3 wickets for 16 runs in 4 overs) Irfan Pathan) and RP Singh (RP Singh), who took 3 wickets for 26 runs in 4 overs, diluted the condition of the Pakistani team. Pakistan, who lost 7 wickets for just 104 runs, was once again supported by captain Misbah ul Haq, who managed to tie the match against the Indian team in the league match as well. Misbah started to raise the team’s score and brought the matter to the last over.

Dhoni surprised Joginder with the last over

Pakistan needed 13 runs to win in the last over, while India needed one wicket. There were only two options left before Dhoni to get the last over. The ball was given to Harbhajan Singh or the ball was given to fast bowler Joginder Sharma who could not make an impact in the match. Dhoni surprised everyone by choosing another option.

Dhoni’s unique bet was successful

When Joginder threw the first ball wide, everyone started criticizing Dhoni’s decision. The next ball was empty. On the second legitimate ball of the over, Misbah hit a six. The match was over. But in the greed to pull Joginder’s next ball over the fine leg fielder through the scoop, Misbah caught a catch, which was caught by S. Sreesanth (S Sreesanth) showed the tax that was waiting for every Indian fan. Misbah was out for 43 runs off 38 balls and the team of Indian youth had created history to become the world’s first T20 World Cup champion. Irfan Pathan was adjudged ‘Man of the Match’.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *