In the final of the 2007 T20 World Cup, Pakistan needed six runs from the last four balls against India, and their victory seemed inevitable. Then Pakistan’s nine wickets had fallen. In such a problematic situation, India’s bowler Joginder Sharma emerged as a hero and snatched victory from the jaws of defeat and gave Team India the World Cup trophy.
Joginder is currently performing duty in lockdown amid Coronavirus threat. Joginder holds the post of DSP in the Haryana Police. Seeing Joginder’s passion for challenging circumstances, the ICC has saluted him.
The ICC tweeted praising Joginder Sharma, ‘T20 World Cup Heroin 2007 and Real Hero of the world in 2020. After a cricket career, Joginder of India, as a policeman, is doing his work amid the global health crisis.
Earlier, Joginder Sharma had tweeted, saying that I am DSP in Haryana Police since 2007. A different kind of challenge is present at this time. Our duty starts at six o’clock in the morning, including making people aware, following the bandh, and providing medical facilities.
Joginder Sharma also shared the video on Instagram and appealed to people to stay at home. Let us know that more than 1000 people have been infected with Coronavirus so far in India, while more than 25 people have died.
Last Over Of 2007 T20 World Cup: Joginder VS Misbah
Pakistan needed 13 runs in that final over to win-
1. Joginder bowled the first ball wide.
– The next shot, which thrown for full, missed Misbah. Not score.
2. After this, Joginder Sharma threw full-toss, on which Misbah hit the Pakistani hopes again with a six.
3. This ball gave India a chance to swing. Misbah, playing the scoop shot, bounced the ball to short fine-leg, which Sreesanth caught. That means Team India took the World Cup. And India won the first T20 World Cup by five runs.