India emerge as cricketing superpower in 2008
The year also marked the end of an era with Sourav Ganguly and Anil Kumble bidding adieu to international cricket even as
35-year-old Sachin Tendulkar continued to soar high, making it clear he had no plans to retire in the near future.
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As Ganguly and Kumble made an exit, a new era heralded in Indian cricket under the charasmatic captaincy of Mahendra Singh
Dhoni who cleverly camouflaged the vacuum created by the departure of the two veterans and led the team to triumphs over Australia and England during the year.
After India defeated the mighty Australia at Perth, the Dhoni-led team inflicted more humiliation on Ricky Ponting's men by
defeating them 2-0 at home.