Team India Celebration: India registered a big victory over Pakistan on Saturday (14 October) at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. While chasing the target of 192 runs given by Pakistan, Rohit Sharma played a match winning inning of 86 runs. After this, with the help of Shreyas Iyer’s unbeaten 53 runs, the team won the match. After this victory, there was a need for celebration which the players celebrated. BCCI itself has shared its video. In this, you will also be happy seeing Virat Kohli’s expression and Rohit Sharma’s style.
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The atmosphere was like this after the victory
As soon as India won the match, the view of the stadium was worth seeing. The entire stadium was echoing with the sound of Vande Mataram. After this, the players also clapped and congratulated the spectators and fans present in the stadium. BCCI has shared a video of the Indian dressing room after the victory, in which everyone is seen laughing and joking. Kohli was also seen having a lot of fun.
BCCI shared the video
BCCI has shared the video of the dressing room of the Indian players in which everyone looks very happy. How happy was the atmosphere of Team India after registering victory over Pakistan. This can be estimated by watching the video. The players and staff present in the dressing room clapped together. During this time, a different style of Kohli was visible. He was seen sitting on the sofa holding his head. The players did not disappoint the fans and gave reactions wherever they got the chance. Watch video.
India’s 8th consecutive World Cup win
This is Team India’s eighth win against Pakistan in World Cup history. Till date Pakistan has not been able to win even a single World Cup match from India. Team India has scored a hat-trick of victories in the current World Cup. With this, it has achieved number-1 position in the points table. The next three matches are not going to be easy for Team India. The next match will be against Bangladesh on 18th October, after which we will face deadly teams like New Zealand and England.