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Rohit Sharma Leads Victory Parade In Mumbai As Team India Celebrates T20 World Cup Triumph
By CricShots - Jul 4, 2024 11:20 am
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It has been an exhilarating few days for the Indian cricket team and their supporters. From nearly facing defeat in the T20 World Cup final to a thrilling five-over phase that revitalized their hopes, the team executed a remarkable turnaround, ending their 11-year ICC trophy drought with a memorable victory. The ecstatic scenes and unforgettable moments from the aftermath have made this week truly special.

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma 

However, the team’s return journey was delayed due to Hurricane Beryl, which swept through the Caribbean. Despite the disruption, the Indian team and support staff are finally back home after their month-long stay in the Americas.

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Encouraging news has surfaced for the Mumbai crowd: after a morning meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, plans are underway for a grand event to celebrate the squad’s victory. The team will fly to Mumbai for a noteworthy and memorable celebratory parade on Marine Drive later that evening.

Rohit Sharma, the hometown hero from Borivali and erstwhile skipper of the Mumbai Indians, took to Twitter to extend a public invitation to the residents of Mumbai to join in celebrating the team’s triumph. It is anticipated that they will partake in an eloquent and grand parade on an open bus along Marine Drive, famously known as the Queen’s Necklace, and at the Wankhede Stadium from 5pm onwards.

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In his tweet Rohit Sharma wrote:  “🇮🇳, we want to enjoy this special moment with all of you. So let’s celebrate this win with a victory parade at Marine Drive & Wankhede on July 4th from 5:00pm onwards. It’s coming home ❤️🏆”.


This venue holds special significance for Indian cricket, as it was where India clinched their last 50-over World Cup during a historic night in Mumbai back in 2011. The forthcoming celebrations promise to be a fitting tribute to the team’s hard-fought victory and a moment of pride for the entire nation.