Indian Cricket Team – The Only Team To Win All Types Of World Cups
Every team wants to win the cricket World Cup, but only a few countries can seize this. Indian Cricket Team is the only team that has won 60, 50 & T20 World Cups.
Indian Cricket Team: Cricket, sometimes known as “The Gentleman’s Game,” is played in nearly every country in the globe today. What can be said about this game in India is that it is regarded as a festival.
In contrast, when there is a cricket World Cup, the teams give it their best to win it and claim that the team that performs effectively in the World Cup not only earns the title of a good team, but also the title of world champion.
The game of cricket was first played in the Test format, but as time went on, ODI and T20 cricket also began.
ODI cricket used to be played over 60 overs, but later altered to 50 overs, while T20 cricket debuted in 2005.
When the cricket World Cup is held, each side gives its best effort to distinguish itself. And the World Cup is won by the team that performs well.
The International Cricket Council is in charge of planning the cricket World Cup (ICC). However, just one side has ever won the 60, 50, and 20 over balls in World Cups in cricket history.
Let us remind you that the 1975 Cricket World Cup was the inaugural competition. The only team to have won the 60, 50, and 20 over World Cups is the Indian cricket team.
Let us remind you that the Indian side defeated the West Indies to win the World Cup for the first time in the 60-over format in 1983, with Kapil Dev serving as captain.
Following this, the Indian team won the inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007 while Mahendra Singh Dhoni served as their captain.
And after 28 years, the Indian side captained by Mahendra Singh Dhoni also won the 50-over World Cup in 2011.
In light of this, the Indian team is the only one in cricket history to have won the World Cup in the 60s, 50s, and 20s.