This is the 5 biggest heroes who changed the story of India in 1983 World Cup

This is the 5 biggest heroes who changed the story of India in 1983 World Cup

All the players of the winning Indian Team were heroes, but today we will tell about the five best performances that surprised the World by making Team Kapil Dev a juggler.

5 biggest heroes Most Important Things

  • Mohinder attacked the biggest need

  • There is no answer from Kapil Dev

  • Madanlal hit well

On this day , on 25 june

Millions of Indian cricket lovers are celebrating the thirtyseventh anniversary

Of the 1983 World Cup historic victory and are taking the time of the matches in lockdown on YouTube.

This will not be wrong , the reason is that this team has won not one , but many matches in which it was seen losing clearly and the winner after losing is called Baazigar.

5 biggest heroes

Kapil Dev

It was to a great extent the victory of Kapil Dev, who battered the bat , ball , fielding and captaincy , Kapil Dev scored 303 runs in 8 matches at an average of 60.60, with an unbeaten 175 runs against Zimbabwe, then the same Kapil at the same age also took 12 wickets.

Mohinder Amarnath

Mohinder Amarnath’s performance was not so special , but when the need was the most , Mohinder attacked the front team , Amarnath scored 237 runs in 8 matches at an average of 29.62. Amarnath scored 26 runs in the final , then Mohinder became man of the match with three wickets in 7 overs.

Madan Lal

Madanlal was another player who made a mark with the ball and bat. Madanlal was run in all eight and scored 102 runs at an average of 34.00 while he was the second successful bowler of the team with 17 wickets.

Roger Binny

Roger Binny , another player, was a useful lower order batsman in the lower order but as the bowler , he was the highest wicket taker. Binny took 18 wickets in 88 overs in 8 matches at an economy rate of 3.81. Roger Binny Was the highest wicket taker of the tournament.

Yashpal Sharma

Among the average performances of Team India’s batsmen, Yashpal Sharma was one of only two or three batsmen to have consistency in his performance, Yashpal scored 240 runs in 8 matches with two half-centuries at an average of 34.28.

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