When India reached the final of WC for the first time, Patil played explosive innings, the 61-run scorer is no longer in the world


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India reached the final of the World Cup for the first time in the year 1983.
India had won against England in the semi-finals

New Delhi. India has won 3 World Cups till date. ODI World Cup in 1983 and 2011 and T20 World Cup in 2007. June 22, 1983 was the day when India reached the semi-finals of the World Cup. The dream of crores of Indian fans was fulfilled on this day. In this match, India defeated England and made a place in the final. Yashpal Sharma played an excellent inning of 61 and Sandeep Patil scored 51 runs.

England won the toss and decided to bat first. Graeme Fowler and Chris Taware, who came out to open, scored 33 and 32 respectively. Apart from this, Alan Lamb scored 29 runs. Apart from these three, no player could cross the figure of 25. England had scored 213 runs. Kapil Dev took 3 wickets, Roger Binny took 3 and Mohinder Amarnath took 2 wickets in this match.

When India lost due to Pandya-Jadeja’s mistake, Kohli hit a six, WI won the match, dreams of becoming champion were shattered

Sunil Gavaskar and Kris Srikkanth came out to open for Team India. Gavaskar scored 25 runs in 41 balls. Srikkanth was out on 19. Mohinder Amarnath scored a brilliant 46 runs. The most important partnership was of Yashpal Sharma and Sandeep Patil. Yashpal scored 61 runs while Sandeep Patil scored 51 runs at a strike rate of 160. Due to his excellent innings, India was successful in winning the semi-finals of the ODI World Cup. Mohinder Amarnath was given the man ‘of the award’ for taking 2 wickets and scoring 46 runs.

Yashpal Sharma is no more in this world

Please tell that Yashpal Sharma, who scored 61 runs in this match, is no longer in this world. He died in the year 2021 at the age of 61. The cause of his death was said to be a heart attack. He also served as the Chief Selector of Team India from 2003 to 2006.

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