The right-handed flamboyant batsman picked his 122-run unbeaten knock against South Africa when a fan asked about his favourite World Cup ton in a question and answer session on Twitter.
In the photograph from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the three Indian cricketers can be seen having a gala time with each other.
The 29-year-old Ben Stokes was adjudged the Man of the Match for his unbeaten 84, plus eight runs in the Super Over.
England, led by Eoin Morgan, became the Men's Cricket World Cup champions after they defeated Kiwis on the account of their superior boundary count.
On this day in 2019, Rohit Sharma became first batsman to score five tons in single edition of World Cup
With 648 runs under his belt, Rohit was the highest run-scorer in the 2019 World Cup with an average of 81.00 from just nine matches.
The two last crossed paths in the World Cup 2019 semi-final where New Zealand got the better of India and progressed into the final, only to lose to eventual winners England.
It was in the month of July last year that Dhoni played for India in the World Cup in England.
India's white-ball vice-captain scored a record 2442 runs as an opener across formats with 10 hundreds breaking Sri Lankan legend Sanath Jayasuriya's previous feat.
Boult said he has been struggling to forget the 49th over in which he took a catch of Ben Stokes off Jimmy Neesham but ended up stepping on the boundary to let the advantage slip.
The Kiwis missed their chance of lifting the World Cup trophy at the Lord's balcony due to inferior boundary count after both the 50 overs and the Super Over ended in ties.
Sir Ben Stokes he might soon be. Deservedly too, since he has gone where even the legendary Botham could not.
If Stokes had his way, the match might have never reached a tie and gone to a Super Over, where both teams scored 15 runs and England eventually won the World Cup on boundary count.
Sehwag took to Twitter praising New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson's spirit and calmness despite the result.
Cricket fans from all over the world came to Twitter to talk about winning moments, shocking upsets, classic catches, and let's not forget all the memes about the rain.
Eleven English cricketers have been knighted for services to cricket till now with former Test and ODI skipper Alastair Cook being the last to be conferred with the honour.