We dedicate this win to our Armed forces, says World Cup winning Indian captain Ajay Kumar Reddy
The Indian cricket group beat Pakistan by two wickets to win the fifth ODI World Cup Cricket Tournament. It is the second consecutive time that India have clinched the trophy and they’ve thus moved stage with Pakistan for many wins within the match. Indian captain Ajay Kumar Reddy stated that this win is devoted to the Armed forces of the nation. “First of all we are really happy we won this World Cup,” he stated, “We have done a lot of hard work for getting here. My team did a great job.”
“This win we dedicate for the Indian Army because they are working hard to ensure that the country’s common people remain safe. Some of them lose their lives also while doing that so we have decided that this win is dedicated to the Indian army,” he stated.
Reddy stated that he’s grateful to all those that had prayed for the group’s win and famous that every one elements went India’s manner within the match, “In our team meeting yesterday we had decided that we will field first if we won the toss,” he stated. India did win the toss and elected to subject first. Pakistan put up a complete of 308 that Reddy felt was an honest whole for them to chase. He then counseled the Indian batting lineup to keep on track regardless of Pakistan getting early breakthroughs. “All the people who have prayed for our win, we thank them because since the beginning the game has gone our way,” he stated, “We had won the toss and we did decide to bowl first. We also managed to restrict them to a chasable total. We lost the openers quickly but Sunil played well. The team’s batting line-up is very strong. I don’t lose hope until the 11th man is out.”