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The World's Most Popular Game of Cricket - Dominated by India

Updated on January 26, 2020

Cricket is a game which has undergone a lot of changes over the years. It started with bat and ball and became a game where the players now use all sorts of equipment like bats, gloves, helmets, helmet covers, batting pads, and batsmen's boots. All these things have now been incorporated into the playing equipment which has brought along a new dimension to the sport.

The Indian cricket team has always dominated the world cricket scene, and this has been so since the first ever World Cup, held in India. Today the Indian cricket team has acquired a large fan following across the globe, as they have won the most tournaments, international games and have always played a good cricket.

Now, the Indian cricket team is becoming a well-known player in the world cricket. The team has always dominated the tournaments and international games, making it a fact that they are now one of the most sought after players in the world. They have won the Champions Trophy tournament in England, and India became the first team to qualify for the finals in the recent ICC world cup.

The biggest reason why the Indian cricket team has attained so much popularity, has been the inspirational performances of players like Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, and Sachin Tendulkar. When these players have performed, the results have been exceptional. Many fans have followed them, and now this has become a reality.

Apart from playing the match and tournament, the cricket teams also maintain their own culture within the team. While the official members of the team go out on the field to participate in the game, the fans do the rest. This makes it easy for fans to follow the cricket team. Now fans can see the different parts of the Indian cricket team during any time of the day.

The cricket is one of the most loved games in the world, and has been so for a longtime. This has been the same in India, and all the cricketers, both men and women, know that.


However, in recent times, cricket in India has been popular, and the Indian cricket team is no exception. The support from the fans has been quite impressive, and the players in the Indian cricket team have become quite famous for their support to the team.

The best-performing team in the world, is now known as the Indian cricket team, and their support of the team is on its way to becoming one of the top teams in the world. The support from the fans has also changed the way the players think about the game, and what it takes to be a successful cricketer.

The appreciation from the fans has made the cricketers enjoy the game, as they know that the fans and supporters are behind them, and they will surely perform well. The fans of the cricket team to play a part in giving strength to the players, and it will certainly inspire the players to perform well.

The support from the fans has made the Indian cricket team to achieve success in the ICC world cup, and the World Twenty20 tournament. So now, the cricketers have made their own fans, and the fans also know how important they are in the development of the players. The Indian cricket team is the best-performing team in the world, and they are going to continue doing so in the future.

With so many new fans following the Indian cricket team and cheering them on, this has become a must see event. The best thing about watching the Indian cricket team is that you can experience this with family and friends, and you will get to hear the happy chants and shout the national songs of the team.

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