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    IndiaPM Modi Speaks To Indian Cricket Team After T20 World Cup Win

    PM Modi Speaks To Indian Cricket Team After T20 World Cup Win


    New Delhi, Jun 30: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Indian team on the phone on Sunday and congratulated its members on their win.
    Modi congratulated Rohit Sharma for his splendid captaincy and appreciated his T20 career. He also lauded Virat Kohli for his innings in the final, besides his overall contribution to Indian cricket.
    Both the greats announced their retirement from T20 internationals following the win.
    Modi praised Hardik Pandya for his final over and Suryakumar Yadav for his splendid catch on the boundary line to dismiss David Miller. He also talked highly of Jaspreet Bumrah's contribution, the officials added.
    The prime minister thanked coach Rahul Dravid for his contribution to Indian cricket. (Agencies)

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