Who won ICC World Cup 2011?

Who won ICC World Cup 2011?

Who won ICC World Cup 2011?


Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Toss Sri Lanka, elected to bat first
Season 2010/11
Series result India won the 2010/11 ICC Cricket World Cup
Match number ODI no. 3148

Who is the man of the match of World Cup 2011?

MS Dhoni
Dhoni was declared the “man of the match” for scoring 91 runs, while his compatriot Yuvraj Singh was awarded the “man of the tournament”…

Who scored highest number of runs in ICC World Cup 2011?

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Sr. No. Player Name Runs
01. T Dilshan 500
02. Sachin Tendulkar 482
03. Kumar Sangakkara 465
04. IJL Trott 422

Where can I watch 2011 World Cup matches?

Watch Cricket World Cup 2011 Live Online for Free

  • ESPN3.com – Official site to watch Sports online, mainly for users of U.S.
  • espnstar.com/cwclive – Official ICC Live Streaming site to watch all CWC 2011 matches live online in India.
  • Crictime.com – Multiple Live Streaming links to watch cricket online.
  • Cricfire.com.

How many runs did Dhoni score in 2011?

From 91* in World Cup final to 183* vs Sri Lanka, a look back at birthday boy MS Dhoni’s memorable knocks.

Who was the winner of ICC World Cup 2011?

India win the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 with Dhoni’s match winning six ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, Final; Sri Lanka (274-6) v India (277-4). India won by 6 wickets 31 Jan 19 Share Facebook

How many teams are in the 2011 Cricket World Cup?

Late in 2007, the four host nations agreed on a revised format for the 2011 World Cup, identical to that of the 1996 World Cup, except that there would be 14 teams instead of 12. The first round of the tournament would consist of two groups of seven teams.

What was the mascot for the 2011 Cricket World Cup?

Stumpy, a young elephant, was the official mascot for the 2011 Cricket World Cup. He was unveiled at a function in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on 2 April 2010, and his name was revealed on 2 August 2010 after an online competition conducted by the ICC in the last week of July.

What was the official song of the 2011 Cricket World Cup?

The official song of the 2011 Cricket World Cup has three versions, in Bengali, Hindi, and Sinhala, corresponding to the three host countries. ” De Ghuma Ke ” (Swing It Hard) is the Hindi version, composed by the trio of Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy.