Ravi Shastri tweeting about India's World Cup win, was washed away by Yuvraj Singh.


The Indian cricket team won the 50-over World Cup for the second time, losing to Sri Lanka in the World Cup final on April 2, 2011 at Mumbai's OneHare Cricket Stadium. Yesterday was his ninth year. The World Cup came to India 28 years after defeating Sri Lanka that day. That is why the head coach of the Indian cricket team Robi Shastri tweeted on Thursday about India's World Cup win. Left-handed Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh took the hand of Robi Shastri on Twitter.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the World Cup in India by six wickets in the final of the 2011 World Cup. After 28 years in the hands of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India got the taste of winning the World Cup. The commentator was Robi Shastri, who is currently the head coach of the Indian cricket team.

On the ninth anniversary of winning the World Cup yesterday, Indian cricket team head coach Robbie Shastri posted a video on Twitter and congratulated Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli on winning the World Cup there. Yuvraj Singh is the Man of the Tournament of the World Cup. Shastri did not mention the name of Yuvraj Singh or Mahendra Singh Dhoni because there.

That's why Yuvraj Singh counter-punched Shastri and tweeted, “Thanks Seniors, you could tag me and Dhoni as we are both World Cup winners.”

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