Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday congratulated the M.S. Dhoni-drove Indian cricket team for the record victory against Zimbabwe in the ICC Cricket World Cup.
“Couldn’t catch up on the match but heard about the stellar performance by Team India against Zimbabwe. Congrats!” he tweeted.
Suresh Raina’s maiden World Cup hundred and captain Dhoni’s 57th half-century helped India effectively pursue the focus of 288 set by Zimbabwe.
The dueo an unbroken 196-run stand for the fifth wicket as India pulverized Zimbabwe by six wickets in their last Pool-B diversion at Auckland .
Team India, which is as of now through to the quarterfinals, completed on top of Pool B with six wins in six matches.