Indians’ Most Memorable Cricket Moments From 2010-2020 

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India is a house of the best players and a team that has made a name countless times. In this article, we will discuss the happenings of the decade (2010-2020), which saw jaw-dropping and heartbreaking moments that will live on in the minds of every Indian for the rest of their lives, from winning the World Cup to setting world records.

World Cup returns home (2011)

After a 28-year wait, India won its second World Cup, making history the first nation to win it in its backyard. The cheers for India were so loud that the referee couldn’t tell who won the toss, and the toss had to be redone, which is an infrequent occurrence, particularly in the World Cup final. Dhoni capped off the game with a perfect six. Sachin Tendulkar delivered some delightful boundaries in his final World Cup match. Yuvraj Singh was named the tournament’s man of the match for his outstanding performance with both batting and bowling. 

Champions of Champions Trophy (2013)

Under Dhoni’s leadership, India achieved numerous victories and broke records, one of which was when MS Dhoni made history by becoming the first international captain to win all three ICC trophies. He had previously won the World T20 in 2007 and the World Cup in 2011. India defeated hosts England by five runs in a low-scoring match. The man of the match was Ravindra Jadeja (33 not out from 25 balls and 2 for 24). Shikhar Dhawan was named the tournament’s player of the series after scoring 363 runs. 

Sachin declared his retirement (2013)

When Sachin bid farewell to international cricket, it was one of the most emotional moments for cricket fans. On November 16, 2013, his 24-year international cricket career ended. In Mumbai, India defeated the West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium, with Sachin scoring 74 runs. His speech on the day made the audience go berserk. The chants of Sachin and Sachin became more vibrant than ever.

MS Dhoni took retirement (2014)

MS Dhoni stopped the game’s longer format on December 30, 2014, after playing 90 Tests and leading Team India in 60 of them. In 90 Tests, the wicketkeeper-batsman scored 4876 runs, including six centuries and 33 fifties. He took 256 catches and stumped 38 batsmen. He is the first Indian wicket-keeper to reach 4,000 Test runs, and his 224 against Australia in Chennai is the third-highest Test score by an Indian captain. Later in January 2017, Dhoni resigned as captain of the limited-overs format.

Sourav Ganguly takes over as BCCI president (2019)

By the decade’s end, India had received the incredible news that legendary cricketer Saurav Ganguly, also known as Dada, had been appointed as the head of the world’s most powerful cricket board. Ganguly was elected president of India’s Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI).