New Delhi: Cricket lovers may not forget former India player Joginder Sharma. Joginder Sharma became India’s hero after he bowled the last over bowled by Dhoni.
The World Cup hero of the time was never seen again in cricket forums. But now, years later, the bowler country that brought the Twenty20 World Cup to India has been a force to be reckoned with.
The former Indian player has come out for the defense of Kovid 19. Not as a cricketer but as a law enforcement officer. Joginder Sharma, who joined the Haryana Police after ending his cricket career, is now a DSP.
The ICC has now come forward to congratulate Joginder, who is part of the countermeasures against Kovid-19. The ICC honored him with his Covid defense efforts.
The ICC designated him as “Hero of the World Cup in 2007 and Hero of Real Life in 2020”. ICC fans shared the picture of Joginder in the Twenty20 World Cup final and his mask in police uniform.