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If there's one sporting event that unites fans of cricket like no other, it is the ICC Cricket World Cup. However, it has come to be a bigger deal on social media with brands leveraging the engagement opportunity. If you're in the process of ideating content for your brand, here are successful posts from the past that are sure to help.
🏆 CHAMPIONS 🏆— ICC (@ICC) April 2, 2020
A fantastic 91* from MS Dhoni, as well as Gautam Gambhir's crucial 97, saw India home with six wickets to spare in the final of the 2011 @cricketworldcup! 🎉 pic.twitter.com/HS2fXC1soV
#OnThisDay in 1983, India won their maiden Men's @cricketworldcup title 🏆— ICC (@ICC) June 25, 2020
Kapil Dev and his side stunned defending champions West Indies, beating them by 43 runs in a memorable final at Lord's 🙌 pic.twitter.com/DVchvVLH5P
⭐ 57* runs— ICC (@ICC) March 24, 2020
⭐ 65 balls
⭐ 8 fours#OnThisDay in 2011, a ferocious Yuvraj Singh took India to a five-wicket win against Australia in the @cricketworldcup quarter-final!
This was their first #CWC win over Australia in 24 years 🤯 pic.twitter.com/7Qejhqr5fM
🇮🇳 164 internationals— ICC (@ICC) April 29, 2020
☝️ 235 wickets
⚡ 20.54 average in all World Cups
🏆 2011 @cricketworldcup winner
Happy birthday to India's Ashish Nehra! pic.twitter.com/Q1esbgnMRD
🔹 15,261 international runs— ICC (@ICC) March 7, 2020
🔹 Match-winning 138* in 1979 @cricketworldcup final
🔹 The then-fastest Test century, off 56 balls, against England in 1986
🔹 That swagger 😎
It's the King's birthday! Many happy returns, @ivivianrichards! 🎉 🎂 pic.twitter.com/CUd5tyf1uT
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