Passionate Fan Scares The Indian Cricket Team While Hiding In A Tree During The Victory Parade

It’s finally homecoming for Rohit Sharma and the team. The men in blue played and won the finals of ICC T20 World Cup 2024, successfully finishing the season undefeated. Team India got temporarily stuck in Barbados due to the threat of a big hurricane on the coastal area. While the players and fans come together in Mumbai, team India gets scared as fan climbs a tree during victory parade.

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The team also met with India’s honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence around 11:00 AM IST. Rohit Sharma and his boys travelled to Mumbai as the fans waited for the men in blue for hours before they landed. While delayed, the victory parade started off in style.

Passionate Fan climbs a tree, scares team India

Before the victory parade led by Rohit Sharma with the T20 World Cup trophy on Thursday evening, thousands of fans gathered at Marine Drive in Mumbai. The parade route was packed with traffic as cricket enthusiasts crowded to see the trophy procession heading towards the Wankhede Stadium.

Meanwhile, another video has captivated internet users, who are thoroughly enjoying it. In the viral video, a man is seen clinging to a tree branch to get a better view of the parade as the team bus passes by. The unknown spectator successfully achieved his goal by remaining hidden in the tree until the open-top “Vijay Rath” carrying Team India went by, unnoticed.

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However, as the players crossed by, one of them caught sight of the passionate fan who was stuck to a tree like a monkey. This resulted in the players getting surprised and scared until they realised it was a fan.

The moment got caught on camera of news channels. As many people watched the video on TV, they recorded it and shared on social media leading to a now viral moment.

Team India gets felicitated at Wankhede

When the Victory Parade came to an end, team India gathered with fans for a felicitation ceremony at the iconic Wankhede Stadium. The ceremony was organised by the BCCI and the whole team was felicitated for winning the T20 World Cup 2024 trophy.

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During the ceremony at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Thursday, Rohit Sharma, the captain of the Indian cricket team, presented the T20 World Cup 2024 trophy to the entire nation.

“This trophy is for the entire nation. Along with all the players who have represented the country, we want to dedicate it to our fans, who have waited for 11 years,” said Rohit.

“I was standing at long on and Surya was at long off. Hardik was bowling the final over. Hats off to him. How much ever runs you have, there is too much pressure.The wind was blowing across and we wanted to keep it away from Miller. When it went up in the air, I thought it would go over. I am glad that it didn’t carry out of the ground. For Surya to take the catch was exceptional. He has practiced that a lot. To take that catch at the boundary line is a great effort,” added Rohit.

The Indian skipper also thanked the fans for their appreciation throughout the tournament. “Mumbai never disappoints. We got a solid reception. On behalf of the team, we would like to thank the fans. I am very very happy and relieved.” Rohit concluded.

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It's finally homecoming for Rohit Sharma and the team. The men in blue played and won the finals of ICC T20 World Cup 2024, successfully finishing the season undefeated. Team India got temporarily stuck in Barbados due to the threat of a big hurricane on the coastal area. While the players and fans come together in Mumbai, team India gets scared as fan climbs a tree during victory parade.

The team also met with India's honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence around 11:00 AM IST. Rohit Sharma and his boys travelled to Mumbai as the fans waited for the men in blue for hours before they landed. While delayed, the victory parade started off in style.

Passionate Fan climbs a tree, scares team India

Before the victory parade led by Rohit Sharma with the T20 World Cup trophy on Thursday evening, thousands of fans gathered at Marine Drive in Mumbai. The parade route was packed with traffic as cricket enthusiasts crowded to see the trophy procession heading towards the Wankhede Stadium.

Meanwhile, another video has captivated internet users, who are thoroughly enjoying it. In the viral video, a man is seen clinging to a tree branch to get a better view of the parade as the team bus passes by. The unknown spectator successfully achieved his goal by remaining hidden in the tree until the open-top "Vijay Rath" carrying Team India went by, unnoticed.

However, as the players crossed by, one of them caught sight of the passionate fan who was stuck to a tree like a monkey. This resulted in the players getting surprised and scared until they realised it was a fan.

The moment got caught on camera of news channels. As many people watched the video on TV, they recorded it and shared on social media leading to a now viral moment.

Team India gets felicitated at Wankhede

When the Victory Parade came to an end, team India gathered with fans for a felicitation ceremony at the iconic Wankhede Stadium. The ceremony was organised by the BCCI and the whole team was felicitated for winning the T20 World Cup 2024 trophy.

During the ceremony at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Thursday, Rohit Sharma, the captain of the Indian cricket team, presented the T20 World Cup 2024 trophy to the entire nation.

“This trophy is for the entire nation. Along with all the players who have represented the country, we want to dedicate it to our fans, who have waited for 11 years,” said Rohit.

“I was standing at long on and Surya was at long off. Hardik was bowling the final over. Hats off to him. How much ever runs you have, there is too much pressure.The wind was blowing across and we wanted to keep it away from Miller. When it went up in the air, I thought it would go over. I am glad that it didn’t carry out of the ground. For Surya to take the catch was exceptional. He has practiced that a lot. To take that catch at the boundary line is a great effort,” added Rohit.

The Indian skipper also thanked the fans for their appreciation throughout the tournament. “Mumbai never disappoints. We got a solid reception. On behalf of the team, we would like to thank the fans. I am very very happy and relieved.” Rohit concluded.

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