Extra than 24 hours have passed seeing as Team India lifted the 2011 cricket World Cup but for batting genius Sachin Tendulkar the emotion is still to sink in. The 37-year-old, who stayed absent from media interactions all through the period of the World Cup, was on Monday demonstrative in praising the team for its devotion and determination and called captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni the best skipper he had played below.
"In the years I have been in performance he is the best captain I have played under. He is much developed and situational alertness is his biggest power,” Tendulkar told reporters at the Mumbai Cricket Association’s Bandra Kurla Complex talent. “He doesn’t show any annoyance and knows the likes and dislikes of every personage.”
Though, Tendulkar be adamant that the title victory was not a sum total of a few personage brilliances but a result of a team that stuck jointly to achieve its goal. “Within the team we played for each other and the nation. It was each ones dream to win the World Cup,” he said in response to a question about all the members in the team wanted to win the contest for him.