Gautam Gambhir on Thursday visited to the Lord Balaji Temple in Tirumala and his hope for India’s success in the upcoming ICC ODI World Cup. It’s always interesting to hear about cricketers seeking divine blessings before important tournaments.
Gautam Gambhir, being a former cricketer and currently serving as the mentor for the Lucknow Super Giants in the Indian Premier League, has a strong connection to the game. It’s not uncommon for individuals, especially those in high-pressure situations like international cricket, to seek spiritual or superstitious rituals for good luck and success.
The former opener said India stands a decent chance of taking home the trophy at the 2023 Cricket World Cup. He also believes that with the prayers of 140 crore Indians, Men in Blue would win the World Cup. “All of us wish India the very best. I am sure with 140 crore Indians praying for the team, they will definitely do a very good job and India has a very good chance of winning the World Cup,” Gambhir told media after his visit to Lord Balaji Temple.
The ICC ODI World Cup is a highly anticipated event in the cricketing calendar, and the match between India and Pakistan is always a major highlight due to the intense rivalry between the two teams. Cricket fans worldwide will be eagerly following the tournament, which will begin with a clash between England and New Zealand on October 5 and culminate in the final on November 19 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
It will be interesting to see how Team India, led by Rohit Sharma and with Hardik Pandya as the deputy, performs in the tournament. Cricket fans will undoubtedly be hoping for a strong and successful campaign for the Men in Blue.
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