Sachin Tendulkar Remembers India's 2011 Cricket World Cup Victory on 8th Anniversary, Watch Video
Sachin Tendulkar after 2011 World Cup Win. (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Batting legend and Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar remembered the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 victory on the eight anniversary of the historic moment. On this day in 2011, Indian won the 50 over World Cup for the second time in history. It was Sachin's last World Cup and it ended on a dream note with the Indian team winning the biggest trophy in the game. ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Final: Remembering the Historic Day When India Became World Champions 8 Years Ago, Watch Video.

The "God of cricket" shared a video on Tuesday afternoon to share his feelings on the occasion of the 8th anniversary marking India's World Cup win. He called it the "Best moment of his cricketing Life."

Watch Sachin Speaking About His 2011 Memories in the Video Below:

The master blaster also revealed that if we look at the Indian cricket team jersey carefully, we will see three stars on the BCCI logo. Those three stars are for the three World Cup wins India has had over the year (1983, 2007, 2011). The batting great added that we have to turn those three stars into four, by winning the ICC 2019 Cricket World Cup this year.