The whole of India is celebrating its 75th Independence Day on Sunday, August 15th. On this occasion, all the great cricketers of the cricketing world congratulated the fans on this special day. These include Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag and Kapil Dev. However, Kapil Dev, the World Cup winning captain, got attention for the mistake. This time around, he had to face a lot of trolls from fans. In fact, Kapil shared a video of himself congratulating fans on Independence Day on Twitter, with the caption “Indian Flag” instead of Indian flag. After this, the fans began to advise him that you should use the right flag.
See the fan reaction here-
Kapil ji, you are not recognizing the Indian tricolor. pic.twitter.com/JguarFUNu9
– Voiceless Voice (Navneet Kumar) (@ MrNavneetGour1) August 15, 2021
Happy Independence Day
And sir this is not the arena you used to be !!
– Pushpa Mehra (@PushpaMehra2021) August 15, 2021
Sir, please delete your tweet
– (𝐫𝐧𝐤𝐩755) 🇮🇳 (@ rnkp755) August 15, 2021
Jai Hind sir, sorry 🙏🏻 Sir you have flagged your country in a different country title, please fix it 🙏🏻
– Tushar MM Rathod (Tushar MM Rathod) (@ Rathod Tushar) August 15, 2021
Kapil Saab, the flag of Tajikistan was enthusiastically raised. (D) pic.twitter.com/1nEXYGNeS7
– System o System® (@ Singh39451062) August 15, 2021
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Let’s say Team India won its first World Cup in 1983 under the leadership of Kapil Dev. Kapil was a good bowler, he batted just fine. He is considered one of the greatest captains in the history of cricket. Kapil became India’s first fast bowling all-rounder. He also broke the record of the all-rounder Richard Hadley for the most wickets in Test cricket.
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Kapil Dev accounted for 9031 international runs and 687 international wickets. He has scored 5248 runs in 131 Tests and taken 434 wickets. In ODIs, Kapil took 253 wickets and scored 3783 runs. Kapil played his last Test against New Zealand at Hamilton in March 1994 and his last ODI was in Faridabad in October 1978 against the West Indies.