New Delhi: In 2002, when the Indian team defeated England in a thrilling match in the NatWest Trophy final, the team’s captain Sourav Ganguly celebrated by waving his T-shirt on the balcony of Lord’s. Yesterday, under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India once again defeated England in a historic match. At the end of this match, a photo of Virat Kohli is becoming fiercely viral on social media.
Virat also waved his T-shirt?
Now a photo of Virat Kohli is becoming fiercely viral on social media, in which he is waving his T-shirt in the balcony of Lord’s. Actually this is an edited photo posted by Virat’s best friend and his IPL teammate AB de Villiers. This photo of Virat is becoming fiercely viral on social media and people are commenting on it in different ways.
— AB (@abtweet19) August 16, 2021
Ganguly waved his t-shirt
In the 2002 NatWest Trophy final, the Indian team defeated England by 2 wickets in a very exciting match. Team captain Sourav Ganguly took off his T-shirt and waved it in the air as soon as he achieved this victory. The euphoria of that historic victory achieved at Lord’s has not been able to get out of the hearts of the people till date. One such special moment was also seen when Team India defeated England yesterday.
Indian team leads 1-0
Team India beat England by 151 runs in Lord’s Test. The hero of this match was the bowler of India. Team India’s fast bowlers dismissed the entire English team in just two sessions. For India, Mohammad Siraj once again took 4 wickets. At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah took 3 wickets in his name. Apart from this, Ishant Sharma took 2 and Mohammed Shami took 1 wicket. With this win, Team India has gone 1-0 up in the series.
Shami and Bumrah became the heroes of victory
In the first session of the fifth day, the brilliant batting of Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami almost dragged the match out of the hands of England. Actually, between these two players, a total of 89 runs for the 9th wicket partnership. Shami returned unbeaten on 56 and Bumrah 34. These two players took India’s lead to a total of 271 runs.