The Men in Blue maintained their unbeaten record against Pakistan in the World Cup by registering their sixth win today in their opening match and batting great Tendulkar termed the win as "convincing".
     
"What a convincing victory by Team India. Way to go..." Tendulkar wrote on his twitter handle following the 76-run win at the Adelaide Oval.
     
Tendulkar also shared a picture of a group of people, who had gathered around his residence to celebrate.
     
"Don't know what I did ... some fans are outside my house ... Celebrating ... Wish I could have joined them!," he wrote.
     
The retired VVS Laxman said it was a "clinical" effort by the Indian team.
     
"Congrats Team India. Clinical performance. Good to see the way the bowlers bowled today. Lots of positives," Laxman wrote.
     
Defending champions India launched their campaign in grand style today as they produced an all-round performance to spank Pakistan, thus extending their unbeaten record against the arch-rivals to 6-0 in the mega event.

Former Australia pacer Damien Fleming also lauded the team.
 
"Kohli 107 MOM Pakistan struggled with bat Misbah the best. Runs will be a worry for them," Fleming said.
     
It was India's sixth consecutive World Cup victory against their bitter rivals, since the rivalry started way back in 1992 edition in Australia. Shuttler Jwala Gutta and tennis player Rohan Bopanna too congratulated the team.
     
Gutta wrote, "Congratulations Indian Cricket Team . Fantastic start :).
     
"Congratulations India. Great victory and a great set ;), 6-0," Bopanna tweeted along with a picture.

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