Spinner Harbhajan Singh said on Thursday that winning the T20 World Cup in 2007 was unbelievable and said the entire team received a huge amount of support when they were back in India after winning the tournament. India defeated Pakistan in the 2007 T20 final to win the inaugural edition of the World Cup tournament.
Harbhajan had a conversation with former Indian batsman Aakash Chopra and it was then said that his career-high three points (2001, Australia, 2007 against T20) were World Cup wins and the 50-over World Cup in 2011. win). “As a player, I would top the 2001 series against Australia because it made me the player I am today if I dreamed of my childhood, I always wanted to win the World Cup.” And it came true in 2011 so I will put it on par with the 2001 series, ”Harbhajan said on Akash Chopra’s official YouTube channel. It was incredible to win the T20 World Cup in 2007 when we came back.
In India, we got a huge amount of support, I have never seen anything like this before, I will not be able to rate these three moments because all are very special to me, “he said. India in the final of the 50-over World Cup Sri Lanka was defeated to win the tournament after a gap of 28 years in 2011. In the series against Australia in 2001, Harbhajan took 32 wickets and also took a hat-trick at the Eden Gardens. He also made a series-winning cameo in the final Test of the series Played, resulting in India winning over Australia in a three-match series.
In the final of the T20 World Cup in 2007, India won the toss and chose to bat first. It was Gautam Gambhir, who was able to stick the scoreboard. He kept on making regular boundaries. Finally, Rohit Sharma played a 30-run innings to take the team to 157/5 in the prescribed twenty overs. For India, Gambhir scored the most runs as he hit 75 runs off just 54 balls.
Pakistan’s innings failed to gain any kind of momentum and the 12th O The team was reduced to 77/6 in Var. Misbah-ul-Haq then decided to take matters into his own hands and started sending Indian bowlers around the park and the Green Shirts were the clear favourites in the final over as they needed just 13 runs. Dhoni decided to give the final over to Joginder Sharma. Misbah sent the second ball for a six in the final over and Pakistan were just 6 runs away from the target. Still, Misbah played a tremendous shot as he went for the scoop over short fine-leg but he put an easy hand. S Sreesanth’s catch to give India a five-run win.
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