Watch: Mohammad Siraj Shares his views on Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli’s partnership in 2011 world Cup victory

Indian batting star Virat Kohli shared his memories of India’s World Cup triumph in 2011. Kohli said that it was an experience that he would never forget. India won their second world cup in 2011, with Virat Kohli making 35 of 49 deliveries.

In a video posted by Sharad by Royal Challengers Bangaluru on their social media, Kohli said that winning the World Cup will always be a special thing for him. Kohli further added that the whole squad had goosebumps when “Vende matram “was being played.

Kohli said, “The fact that we played in Wankhede and we ended up winning is always going to be a special thing. Winning in front of your home fans is an experience I will never ever forget, and that night, the songs that were played, like Vande Mataram, Goosebumps that we all felt are always going to be a core memory for me.” 

On the other hand, Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj said that Virat Kohli’s and Gambhir’s partnership was crucial for Team India.

Siraj said, “At the start, we lost quick wickets. After that, the partnership between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir was very crucial. I really liked Gauti Bhai’s inning. And at the end, Mahi Bhai’s six.”

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