Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: Twitter)

The vice-captain of the India national cricket team in limited-overs cricket, Rohit Sharma, has shared a nostalgic Instagram post regarding the T20 World Cup 2007.

Notably, this post comes just a few weeks before the commencement of the T20 World Cup 2021, which is scheduled to begin on October 17.

MS Dhoni
India vs Pakistan 2007 T20 Worldcup[photo: Twitter]
Notably, team India led by MS Dhoni managed to win the T20 World Cup 2007 trophy, which is currently India’s only T20 World Cup trophy.

Meanwhile, India went head to head with arch-rivals Pakistan National Cricket Team in the finals of the inaugural edition of the T20 World Cup. Batting first-team, India posted 157/5 with the help of Gautam Gambhir’s excellent 75 runs knock.

Also, Rohit Sharma made a significant contribution of 30 runs from 16 balls. While defending the target, the MS Dhoni-led side was able to bowl out Pakistan at the score of 152, to clinch the T20 World Cup victory.

Sep 24th, 2007, Johannesburg. The Day When A Billion Dreams Came True – Rohit Sharma

MS Dhoni, Sreesanth, Robin Uthappa
Sreesanth’s catch of Misbah-ul-Haq helped India clinch the 2007 T20 World Cup [Image-Sportskeeda]
Remembering the historical World Cup-winning moment, Rohit Sharma wrote a long note in his Instagram post, stating that despite being an inexperienced side, they managed to lift the World Cup trophy, and he is confident that India will once again create history in the upcoming T20 World Cup 2021.

Rohit Sharma wrote: “Sep 24th, 2007, Johannesburg. The day when a billion dreams came true.”

Who would have thought back then that a relatively inexperienced, young team like ours would end up creating history!! It’s been 14 years since, we’ve come a long way, we’ve created many more histories, we’ve had our setbacks, we struggled, but it didn’t break our spirits. Because we never give up. We give it all!!!

This @icc #T20WorldCup each one of us is going to give everything to repeat history. We’re coming for it. India, let’s make it happen. I am #InItToWinIt


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Going To Give Everything To Repeat History – Rohit Sharma Shares Nostalgic T20 World Cup Post On Instagram

Meanwhile, India is placed in the Group B of the tournament alongside Pakistan, New Zealand, and Afghanistan. The Virat Kohli-led India will be starting their campaign in the high-voltage battle against arch-rivals Pakistan, On 24 October 2021 in Dubai.

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