The Wall Of India Rahul Dravid Finally Holds World Cup Trophy And Twitter Can’t Keep Calm Anymore

7:31 pm 3 Feb, 2018

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It’s victory, again, for India! Team India have achieved another great feat and have created a record by winning the Under-19 cricket World Cup for the fourth time, beating Australia by eight wickets to lift the trophy at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand. It’s indeed a proud moment for not just the cricketers and its fans but all its countrymen. Well done and congratulations, Team India!

Yes, Indians are celebrating now and they deserve to. They have been a dominant one right throughout the tournament.

 

India team

Twitter: @cricketworldcup

While credit goes equally to all players and management team, head coach Rahul Dravid deserves all the applause and appreciation for mentoring and taking the team to this far.

It is indeed a proud moment for Rahul Dravid, who had a disastrous World Cup in 2007, where India were knocked out in the first round under his captaincy. But he has played a stellar role in developing these kids into world beaters!


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Rahul Dravid

Twitter: @cricketworldcup

And as expected, social media users can’t keep calm and is showering all the love for Dravid and the team. Here’s what people from all walks of life had to say about Rahul Dravid on this victorious day.

Yes, we can’t agree more with Virender Sehwag!

 

 

True, no one deserves it more than Rahul Dravid!

 

 

Indeed, it has finally happened for him!

 

 

What is more satisfying than this!

 



 

True, world cricket needs more of him!

 

 

A class apart, indeed!

 

 

Rahul, take that bow!

 

 

Indeed, great effort by him!

 


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Meanwhile, the Board of Cricket Control for India (BCCI) has announced huge prizes for the India U-19 cricket team for their spectacular show in the World Cup. Head Coach Rahul Dravid, who is being credited for the team’s extraordinary performance, will be awarded Rs. 50 lakh. The team members will be getting Rs. 30 lakh each while the support staff will be awarded Rs. 20 lakh each by the Indian cricket board.


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