5 Moment of Revenge By Indian Cricketers That Proved Karma Is Real

3. India vs England at Mumbai/Lords, July 13, 2002: Sourav Ganguly vs Andrew Flintoff.

Saurabh Ganguly wave off his shirt after the historic winning of the Natwest trophy at Lords. He did this because of Flintoff did it first in India in the year when England drew an ODI series at Wankhede and Ganguly wasn’t letting that go.

5 Moment of Revenge By Indian Cricketers That Proved Karma Is Real

4. India v Zimbabwe, Nov 13, 1998: Sachin Tendulkar vs Henry Olonga.

Henry is a former Zimbabwean cricketer and he played cricket for a span of 8 years but he will be most remembered for the particular innings by Sachin Tendulkar. In a dead rubber, he out Sachin for mere 11 runs and couldn’t contain his excitement and very next two days later Sachin takes the best revenge in coco-cola champions trophy by hitting 4 or 6 in almost every delivery in his inning and scored a beautiful century.

5 Moment of Revenge By Indian Cricketers That Proved Karma Is Real

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5. India v Pakistan, March 1, 2003: Virendra Sehwag vs Shoaib Akhtar. 

In the world cup in 2003, Shoaib Akhtar is throwing bouncer and he repeatedly telling Sehwag to play hook. Sehwag got frustrated and angry by his continuously telling the same line and he told him- “Woh tera baap khada hai samne non-striking end pe, uss ko bol woh mar ke dikhaye ga and Sachin was standing on the opposite side and when Shoaib threw a ball in the next over Sachin hit a six and after that Sehwag replied in his swag- “Baap baap hota hai, beta beta hota hai“.

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