Blind World T20 final: 'Without eyes, but not without vision' goes Twitter after India beat Pakistan

PM Narendra Modi congratulated the India's blind cricket team for winning the Twenty20 World Cup through a tweet with his account. Here is how social media joined the PM in celebrating this triumph

FP Sports February 12, 2017 19:13:05 IST
Blind World T20 final: 'Without eyes, but not without vision' goes Twitter after India beat Pakistan

New Delhi: India defeated Pakistan by nine wickets to lift their second successive blind T20 World Cup title. The team had won the previous edition by defeating the same rivals in the final in 2012.

As the men in blue continued their dominance over Pakistan in yet another World Cup, it would have been the champions tag that would have pleased them more than anything.

The nation however erupted in joy to celebrate their heroes' triumph with Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading from the front.

Modi congratulated the Indian blind cricket team for winning the Twenty20 World Cup through a tweet with his account. Here is how social media joined the PM in celebrating this triumph

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