India misplaced to Australia within the Cricket World Cup 2023 last© AFP
Australia continued their distinctive file within the Cricket World Cup as they claimed their sixth title after beating India by six wickets within the Cricket World Cup 2023 last. Travis Head performed a sensational knock after a disciplined efficiency from the bowlers as Australia ended the Rohit Sharma-led aspect’s unbeaten run within the competitors. Because the champions, Australia received USD 4 million as prize cash whereas India obtained USD 2 million as runners-up. The 2 semi-finals – South Africa and New Zealand – received USD 800,000 whereas the six different groups who didn’t attain the semi-finals obtained USD 100,000.
The groups additionally obtained separate prize cash for respective wins within the group stage.
This is a have a look at how a lot the Prime 4 groups received on the finish of Cricket World Cup 2023:
Australia (7 wins within the group stage) – USD 4.28 Million
India (9 wins within the group stage) – USD 2.36 Million
South Africa (7 wins within the group stage) – USD 1.08 Million
India’s thundering juggernaut got here to a screeching halt in an anti-climactic end as Australia denied a golden technology of Indian cricketers the silverware it so desperately craved by lifting an unprecedented sixth World Cup trophy on the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Wednesday.
The Australians as soon as once more confirmed what meticulous planning and ruthless execution is all about, chasing 241 in simply 43 overs with Travis Head (137 off 120 balls) as soon as once more proving to be India’s nemesis.
Previous to the showdown, Australia skipper Pat Cummins had mentioned that there’s “nothing extra satisfying than listening to a giant crowd go silent” and he stored his phrase.
There was pin-drop silence as Australia marched in direction of victory.
Many damaged items of shattered hearts lay throughout the large Narendra Modi stadium, which was anticipated to grow to be the brand new ‘Theatre of Desires’ for a buoyant Indian cricket group.
(With PTI inputs)
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