Sachin Tendulkar’s dream was fulfilled 10 years ago by Dhoni’s sixes

Since Master Blaster started playing cricket, he had only dreamed of winning the World Cup while playing for Team India. The last World Cup of his career was played in 2011 in India. Team India, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, won the World Cup title 28 years later, accompanied by Tendulkar’s old dream. Captain Dhoni not out scored 91 in the final and won Team India by six. Those six echoes of Dhoni continue after 10 years. Even today, when an Indian cricket fan sees the video of the six, his hair is upright and eyes are full.

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This final match was played at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on 2 April 2011, exactly 10 years before today. In response to the target of 275, Team India lost wickets of Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar by 31 runs. Lasith Malinga was getting hurt. Gautam Gambhir, after Virat Kohli, dealt with India’s innings after that. Gambhir scored a memorable 97 and Virat scored 35. Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh returned without a knock. Dhoni scored 91 off 79 balls with eight fours and two sixes.

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Speaking of the match, Sri Lanka won the toss and decided to bat first against Team India. Sri Lanka scored 274 for six in 50 overs thanks to Mahela Jayawardene’s century and Kumar Sangakkara’s 48 runs. In response, Team India achieved a historic victory by scoring 277 runs for the loss of four wickets in 48.2 overs.