Publish Date: | Mon, 19 Sep 2022 07:09 PM (IST)
Golden Moments of Cricket: Cricket lovers and fans do not swell with joy remembering the match of T20 World Cup 2007. Match- India vs England, Venue- South Africa’s Durban Ground, Date- 19 September, Year- 2007. It was the same day when India and England were facing each other in the 2007 T20 World Cup. Then Yuvraj Singh’s bat did such a magic that this date of 19th September was recorded in golden letters in the pages of history. On this day 15 years ago, Yuvi had scored a total of 36 runs in an over by hitting 6 sixes in 6 balls. He also completed a half-century in 12 balls in his fiery innings by targeting pacer Stuart Broad.
This record of Yuvi remains intact even today, whose memories come alive especially on 19th September every year. Recalling this, Star Sports India has shared a very interesting post through the country’s own social media platform, Ku App, which states:
You say perfection, we hear 6×6!
Star Sports India has also shared a very beautiful post about promising young player Rohit Sharma, according to which on this day this swashbuckling player stepped on the biggest stage of T20I cricket for the first time.
#On this day in 2007, a promising youngster took to the biggest stage of T20I cricket for the first time and the rest, as they say, became history! What is your favorite innings of Rohit Sharma for #TeamIndia in the shortest format?
#hitman | #RohitSharma
Best journey of 15 years
Rohit Sharma has completed 15 years in T20I cricket. During this, when Team India won the first edition of T20 World Cup in the year 2007, Rohit Sharma was one of the important members of that team. Rohit Sharma was also included in the playing 11 that played the final. Representing India in any major tournament, Rohit Sharma has proved himself well in all the opportunities he got. Rohit Sharma, along with Gautam Gambhir, took India out of a big crisis in the India-Pakistan final match. Rohit Sharma scored 88 runs in four matches of that World Cup at an average of 29.33 and strike rate of 144.26, including a half-century.