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Indian Cricketers Celebrate Diwali in Bengaluru Before Match vs. Netherlands

At the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru today, November 11, hosts India—the only side in the current Cricket World Cup without a loss—will play the Netherlands in their last league stage encounter. The Men in Blue, together with their support crew, celebrated Diwali with friends and family at the team hotel in Bengaluru. On November 11, the day before the match. Images Indian Cricketers enjoying Diwali are now becoming quite popular on X.

Indian Cricketers Diwali Celebration

India Cricketers' Diwali Celebration

Team India extended greetings to people on the occasion of Diwali and celebrated the festival of lights in the company of their loved ones. The players and their families gathered for a wonderful Diwali celebration, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

The team and Team India support staff celebrated the auspicious occasion with family and friends . At the team hotel in Bengaluru a day before. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shared a video from the event. The cricketers could be seen wearing traditional Indian wear and enjoying the cuisine and unwinding. Before they begin the knockout phase of the Championship.

Cricket players embraced the traditional customs with their families as the nation celebrated Diwali. At their Bengaluru team hotel, the group enjoyed the festive spirit, engaged in rituals, and shared Diwali wishes while dressed in traditional attire.

The event offered participants a unique opportunity to unwind and deepen their relationships with their families. Giggles could be heard all throughout the team rooms as athletes, together with their partners and kids, were spotted having a great time.

Diwali Celebration before Match vs. Netherlands

Diwali Celebration before Match vs. Netherlands

On X, KL Rahul shared a photo from the Diwali celebration. Cricket players can be seen in the photo smiling broadly as they pose for the camera while donning traditional Indian garb.

In order to greet friends, family, and fans a happy Diwali, skipper Rohit Sharma shared a photo of himself and his wife Ritika online.

Along with Muhammad Shami, he posted a photo to X with the message “Happy Diwali.” He is seen in the photo smiling broadly and sporting a kurta.

To commemorate the important occasion, Surya Kumar Yadav also posted a picture of himself and his wife, Devisha Suryakumar Yadav.

On Saturday, Shubman Gill, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, and Ishan Kishan also observed Diwali.

Headed by Rohit Sharma India has amassed 16 points in the league stage after winning all eight of its games. Conversely, Scott Edward’s Netherlands has only won two of its eight games, ranking tenth in the standings. There have only been two ODIs between the two teams, with India emerging victorious in both.

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