Wednesday, April 24, 2024

MS Dhoni  Bat Used in World Cup 2011 Final  Auctioned at This Massive Price

The bat MS Dhoni used in the 2011 World Cup final sold at auction for an astounding sum. April 2, 2011, is a cherished date for every Indian cricket enthusiast and those connected to the nation’s cricketing community. On this day, MS Dhoni’s iconic six over long-on against Nuwan Kulasekara at Wankhede Stadium etched a moment in history as India clinched the 2011 ODI World Cup.

Ending a 28-year drought, Dhoni’s Team India secured the nation’s second ODI World Cup victory, following Kapil Dev’s 1983 triumph at Lord’s.The cricket bat wielded by Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his historic six has been auctioned for a remarkable sum. This bat symbolizes Dhoni’s lasting legacy and his pivotal role in Indian cricket. Its sale price establishes it as the most expensive cricket bat ever sold.

At MS Dhoni’s ‘East Meets West’ Charity Dinner in London, the bat was put up for sale. In the bidding war, a devoted Dhoni supporter went all-out to get the bat for 1 crore, 18 lakhs PKR ($96,000) approximately.

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