Indore, the historical India city for Cricket



Indore has paid a unique tribute to the Indian cricket team for the win against England and West Indies in 1971. Yes, it is a gigantic bat, just beside the Nehru stadium.

Today, the third ODI between India and Australia is going to be held at the historic city of Indore. The result of the match is unknown, but the historic city will surely enjoy the match against the mighty world champions. India is having a strong batting line up with an even stronger middle order, and thus, it is expected, India will maintain its winning stake even in the historic city.

‘The’ Vijay Balla

The Victory Bat or the Vijay Balla, is actually a great concrete cricket bat, which is built and it also record a number of transcriptions about the history of Indian cricket in the year 1971. Though, the architecture bears the history of 1971, the Victory Bat was built just in the year 2009, by Wadekar, who was the man behind creating the history. If you are a cricket fan, and is planning to visit Indore, you should surely have a look at the cricket bat.

The history

The year 1971 is the Golden year for the Indian cricket team, as they defeated West Indies cricket team, aka. Windies, giving a blow to the history. Apart from that, India also won against the Windies in the test match, which is something, the Indian cricket team never expected at that time. Winning of the 5 match series by 1-0 was just beyond the expectations, and won the match by a massive 774 runs.

Indore fans

After 46 years of the shining history of the Indian cricket team, the Indian team is going to compete with the Aussies, the team which is considered as the best team in the world of cricket. Indore always has a huge number of fans for the Indian cricket team, which can also be a support system for today’s match.


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