ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Reaches Chandigarh

The ICC Champions Trophy is on a city tour and reached Chandigarh today. The ICC Champions Trophy was displayed at Joshi Nissan at Industrial Area, Phase 1 in Chandigarh. The ICC Champions Trophy tour in India had begun on March 1, 2017, from Kolkata. After Kolkata, the trophy was displayed in Mumbai, Cochin, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Delhi NCR and then Chandigarh.

Nissan ICC Champions Trophy Tour 2017

The ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Nissan Trophy Tour was started from Dubai on February 21, 2017. After completing the city tour in India the trophy will be displayed in other competing nations like England, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Bangladesh, South Africa and Sri Lanka.

ICC Champions Trophy will begin on June 1 just after the 10th IPL edition. Bangladesh will be playing England in the opening game on June 1 at The Oval, England.

Cricket Is A Religion 

An official of Nissan Motor India said that Cricket is a religion in India and Nissan is a proud sponsor of ICC Champions Trophy. Cricket is the most followed sport in India and almost every Indian has a vast knowledge about the game. The Nissan official also said that India is the defending champion and they are really excited to bring the trophy closer to the Cricket fans in India.

Nissan is a global partner and also a supplier of official car of ICC. The ICC Champions Trophy was driven in Nissan vehicles to the events in the seven major cities of India.

Flashback ICC Champions Trophy 2013

India won the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 under Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s captaincy defeating England by 5 runs at Edgbaston, Birmingham. The final between India and England was reduced to 20 overs due to rain. Ravindra Jadeja became the star performer of the match by taking 2 crucial wickets and adding 33 crucial runs to the team’s total. Shikhar Dhawan was adjudged as the Player Of Series.

This year Virat Kohli has taken over the captaincy charge from MS Dhoni. Let’s hope our Indian team bleeds blue so that Kohli gets a chance to lift to the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and the fans get a chance to celebrate.

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