The Indian cricket team, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, won the inaugural edition of the ICC T20 World Cup on this day 13 years back.
'Lean forward and get ready to catch': Suresh Raina recalls Rahul Dravid's plan to dismiss Kamran Akmal
Speaking to Kapil Dev during an interview with ABP News, Raina revealed that Dravid had guessed Kamran Akmal, who was batting at the time, would go in for an aerial shot and asked Raina to come at short point and be ready for a catch.
Pakistan bowing coach Waqar Younis calls decision to put India into bat as 'silly mistake' in World Cup 2019 match
Waqar Younis said, 'I think Pakistan got it totally wrong against India in 2019 starting right from the toss. I think they were hoping that the pitch will do a lot more and they will get early wickets which will put India under pressure.'
Uthappa, who was part of that title-winning team, spoke about the match during a conversation with New Zealand spinner Ish Sodhi on a Rajasthan Royals podcast.
The victory in the final against Pakistan gave India their maiden T20 World Cup and me, a reason to talk about something good in that otherwise forgettable 2007.
Class is permanent: Pakistan spin great Saqlain Mushtaq questions Ravichandran Ashwin's exclusion from India's white-ball teams
Pakistan spin great Saqlain Mushtaq fails to understand how a proven performer like Ravichandran Ashwin has been kept out of India's limited-overs set-up, saying a successful Test bowler is bound to succeed in the shorter formats.
Not every day do you get to witness history. For me, Anil Kumble running through the Pakistan batting on a chilly Delhi day in 1999 would be memorable.
Ganguly would go on to lead India and change Indian cricket forever, but for me, the embers of self-belief were first stoked on that January day when India pulled off a then-world record chase against Pakistan. The first full match that (I think) I ever watched is also my (well, almost) favourite.
With no live sport on the horizon due to the coronavirus pandemic, Firstpost writers share their choices of matches that they would love to revisit.
Pakistan Cricket Board suffers 90 million dollars revenue loss due to absence of bilateral series against India
India have played against Pakistan only in ICC tournaments in the last few years due to the diplomatic tension between the two nations
More chances of snowfall in Lahore than bilateral series between India and Pakistan, says Sunil Gavaskar
The legendary Sunil Gavaskar says it's possible that Lahore receives some snowfall but a bilateral series between India and Pakistan can not be played in present circumstances.
PCB chairman Ehsan Mani lashes out at BCCI, says Pakistan doesn’t need India to survive despite suffering losses
PCB has suffered massive revenue losses but it doesn't need India to "survive" and keep its finances flowing, chairman Ehsan Mani said on Tuesday.
Expected better from Kapil Dev, don't see anything wrong in Shoaib Akhtar’s call for India-Pakistan match, says Shahid Afridi
Disappointed with Kapil Dev's response, Pakistan's Shahid Afridi has backed his former teammate Shoaib Akhtar's proposal for an ODI series against India to help raise funds for the less privileged in their fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kapil Dev doesn’t need money but others do, India-Pakistan charity match is about larger picture, says Shoaib Akhtar
Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has responded to Kapil Dev's criticism of his proposal for an Indo-Pak series as part of COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts, saying the Indian legend doesn't need money but everyone else does.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 'India doesn't need money, can't have cricket right now', says Kapil Dev on Shoaib Akhtar's proposal of Indo-Pak series
The legendary Kapil Dev on Thursday slammed Shoaib Akhtar's idea of a made-for-television three-match ODI series between India and Pakistan to raise funds for the COVID-19 pandemic, saying "India doesn't need the money" and it is not worth risking lives for a cricket match.
Inzamam ul Haq, 50-year-old, said it was his decision to declare early which eventually helped Pakistan win the Test
Former pace great Waqar Younis said it doesn't make sense that the ICC World Test Championship doesn't feature any match between arch-rivals India and Pakistan.
PCB shifts stance on hosting Asia Cup 2020 as chairman Ehsan Mani says 'earnings of the associate members' shouldn't be affected
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani on Wednesday indicated that the country might give up its hosting rights for the Asia Cup T20 tournament this year.
Yuvraj Singh bats for bilateral cricket series against arch-rivals Pakistan, says it will be better for sport
Flamboyant former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh feels the more the team plays its arch-rival Pakistan in bilateral cricket series, the better it is for the sport.
Waqar Hasan, last surviving member of Pakistan's first Test side which toured India in 1952, passes away aged 87
Waqar featured in the Pakistan team that played its first-ever Test series in India in 1952 and also on the England and West Indies tours of 1954 and 55/56.