World Cup 1983: Former Cricketers Celebrate 35th Anniversary Of Maiden World Cup Victory
World Cup 1983 : India had pulled off an inconceivable prevail upon runaways top picks, the West Indies.
Previous cricketers and the Board of Control For Cricket in India (BCCI) denoted the 35th commemoration of India’s lady ICC World Cup triumph on June 25, 1983. India had confronted the fearsome West Indies group in the last and, requested to bat to begin with, by West Indies captain Clive Lloyd, could just deal with an insignificant 183 keeps running ready regarding opener Kris Srikkanth finish scoring with 38 keeps running off 57 balls. His innings was bound with seven limits and one hit over the fence. For the West Indies, Andy Roberts restored the best figures with 3/32.
Nonetheless, the Caribbeans were packaged for 140 runs obligingness of splendid knocking down some pins exhibitions from Mohinder Amarnath (3/12) and Madan Lal (3/31). Amarnath was then declared as the man of the counterpart for his spell.
— BCCI (@BCCI) June 25, 2018
Previous India cricketers took to online life to stamp the uncommon event, Kirti Azad tweeted: “You can see me remaining behind Srikant beside Roger Binny radiating with bliss. What a brilliant snapshot of a lifetime.”
You can see me standing behind Srikant next to Roger Binny beaming with joy. What a wonderful moment of a lifetime, @therealkapildev lifting the #WorldCup @ShatruganSinha @BishanBedi @narendramodi @RahulGandhi https://t.co/og3VDOWAys
— Kirti Azad (@KirtiAzadMP) June 25, 2018
Virender Sehwag posted a photo of Kapil Dev lifting the World Cup and stated: “This photograph will perpetually stay in the memory of each Indian cricket fan thus will this triumph, a triumph which changed the substance of Indian cricket. 35 years have passed and trust our Indian group rehashes this in about a year at a similar setting.”
This photo will forever remain in the memory of every Indian cricket fan and so will this victory, a victory which changed the face of Indian cricket. 35 years have passed and hope our Indian team repeats this a year from now at the same venue. pic.twitter.com/jtyITDSi58
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) June 25, 2018
The 1983 World Cup win was seen as a defining moment for Indian cricket as they moved to power in all organizations once that hindrance was crossed.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)