BCCI to conduct victory parade for Team India in Mumbai on July 5, Rohit Sharma also shares the news

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) planned a victory parade for the Indian team at the Wankhade Stadium in Mumbai.

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India are ready to welcome home the ICC Men's T20 World Cup trophy after 17 years. The Indian Cricket team is set to return to Delhi after being stranded in Barbados for four days. They will land in Delhi at 6 AM and will proceed to meet the honorary Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Rashtriyapati Bhavan. 

After that, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) planned a victory parade for the Indian team at the Wankhade Stadium in Mumbai. The parade will start from the stadium and continue up to 1 km. This will allow the fans to glimpse their star players and the World Cup trophy, which has returned to India after 11 years. Skipper Rohit Sharma also shares the news on his Twitter account that the parade will take place on July 4, 5 pm.

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Rohit Sharma-led team broke the ICC trophy curse and finally won the trophy, which was initially a tough job. However, the team managed to stay calm in stressful situations, which led to their winning the trophy in Barbados. Now their focus will be on the WTC finals in 2025. 

Zimbabwe series to start on July 6

The upcoming India tour of Zimbabwe will start on July 6, and Shubman Gill is leading the team. The squad has been announced. However, Shivam Dube, Sanju Samson, and Rinku Sinku were stranded in Barbados, so the Board replaced them with three other players, Sai Sudarshan, Harshit Rana, and Jitesh Sharma. They will join the team after two games. 

The 5-match T20I series will start around 4.30 PM IST, which is a perfect time for the Indians to watch the game. This time, the Board is sending a young team to Zimbabwe, which includes a lot of debutants, including Harshit Rana, Tushar Deshpande, and many others. 

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