‘Finishing it of in Mahi’s Way’: Twitter Fans React To India U19 World Cup Victory, Compares Winning Shot With Dhoni’s 2011 World Cup Final

Indian Under-19 team (U19) clinched the fifth World Cup title as they defeated England in the finals. India successfully chased a target of 190 runs and denied England to lift their second U19 trophy. Raj Bawa was named the man of the match as he picked up 5 wickets. Bawa’s delightful spell along with Ravi Kumar stopped England under 190.

However, the batting looked comfortable for the Indian team as they chased the title with the remaining three over. Dinesh Bana scored the winning runs in the form of a six and gifted India their fifth title. 

Fans on the Internet went wild as appreciated the youngsters for the victory. So, let’s have a look at some of the interesting tweets after the match.

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Notably, Dinesh Bana is also a wicket-keeper and he scored the winning runs in the form of six. This gave cricket fans nostalgia from the 2011 World Cup, where Indian captain and wicket keeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored the winning runs with six.

Another fan wrote, ‘Finishing it of in Mahi’s Way’, remembering how Dhoni used to finish matches in a similar fan.

Another fan found something similar between Dhoni and Bana.

Some fans brought fresh memories of Yuvraj Singh from the 2011 World Cup, as he was the real hero.

Another fan compared Dhoni and Bana, as both performed exceptionally when selectors came.

For the fans, who are searching for the video, here is it.

Some of the big names and teams also congratulated the U19 Indian team for the victory. Former U19 champion team caption, Unmukht Chand also posted a Tweet to congratulate the team.

BCCI also took to Twitter and shared the victory news.

Navdeep Saini posted on Twitter and congratulated the team.

2011 World Cup hero, Yuvraj Singh also shared a post on Twitter appreciating the youngsters.

To follow more tweets, one can click on the link mentioned below.

More Tweets

This was the fourth time in the last four editions of the U19 cricket World Cup, where team India reached the final. However, they failed to win on two occasions (in 2016 and 2020) but grabbed the victory twice in 2018 and in 2022.

What’s your reaction on the Indian team winning the title, drop your views in the comment section below.

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