Champion! West Indies Men and Women celebrate their ‘Dream Double’ at Eden Gardens


Champions: The West Indies men's and women's team pose with their ICC World T20 trophies after completing the rare 'Dream Double'. AP


Double the joy: West Indies women's team (top) and men's team (bottom) run onto the field after victory in their respective World T20 matches. AFP


Just like the men, the West Indies women's team brought out their flamboyant brand of celebration after beating three-time champions Australia to win their maiden World T20. AFP


Caribbean Celebration: The West Indies men and women shake a leg after their historic World T20 triumphs - the women's team won their first World T20 title and the men's team became the first team to win the title twice. AFP


Man of the Match and West Indies' final hero Marlon Samuels celebrated their win by taking of his shirt and waving it. Remind you of someone? AP


A champagne shower soaks the victorious West Indies team as they receive the World T20 trophy on the podium. AP


In a heartening sight, the West Indies women joined the men on the podium to celebrate both their World T20 titles. AP


England's Sam Billings, Joe Root and Ben Stokes react after heir loss to the West Indies in the final. AP


Waving shirts: West Indies players wave to the crowd as they celebrate their win over England in the final. AP


DJ Bravo, who gave us the anthem of the tournament n the form of Champion, poses with West Indies' trophies. AP

Updated Date: Apr 04, 2016 10:07 AM

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