The World Cup belongs to the team that beats India says Vaughan

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India is enjoying an unbeaten run at the World Cup so far. Their latest win came against the West Indies on Thursday. The Carribean team was no match for the Men in Blue as India beat the Windies by 125 runs. This performance from team India has drawn praises from former English skipper Michael Vaughan.

According to Vaughan, the team that is able to beat India will be the team that wins the tournament. “Will stick to it… Whoever beats India will win the World Cup,” is what he Tweeted on Thursday.

With 6 matches done, India has 5 wins, and zero defeats, one match being washed out due to rain. Hence, India is currently sitting in second position in the points table.

Yet another win for the Men in blue saw many Indian cricketers coming out and appreciating the team.

Shikhar Dhawan, whose injury ruled him out of the World Cup asked the team to keep building on their current form.

“Let’s keep raising the bar like this. Well done,” Dhawan tweeted.

Furthermore, India also had Suresh Raina, Virender Sehwag, RP Singh, and Mohammed Kaif appreciating their efforts in the game against West Indies.