The Indian cricket group’s dream of lifting the trophy of the Cricket World Cup 2023 ended on a bitter observe, as Australia secured a cushty victory within the remaining, and gained the title for the sixth time of their historical past. Indian cricket group, who was undefeated all through the semi-finals, was left heartbroken. Mohammed Siraj could not management his tears as Australia hit the profitable runs whereas the likes of KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Mohammed Shami, and others have been dejected. Amid this, Virat Kohli’s sister, Bhawna Kohli Dhingra, penned a good looking observe for her brother, who additionally emerged because the Participant of the Match.
The put up was collectively shared by Virat Kohli’s sister and brother Vikas Kohli. Taking to Instagram, she wrote, “I do know all of us anticipated a distinct consequence however we’re with you TEAM INDIA since you do not surrender on your loved ones once they fall. In reality thats the time we assist them.” She added within the caption, “Virat you have got made us so so proud that there’s nothing extra that we might ask for love you # Proud perpetually.”
Since being shared, her put up has amassed over 22,000 likes.
“Virat, you broke information however by no means our coronary heart. You’re a king. Your sport is royalty,” stated a consumer.
“Please inform virat that we’re so pleased with him. And we love him,” added an individual.
“Chin up boys! You performed like champions!” remarked a 3rd consumer.
In the meantime, an image of a heartbroken Virat Kohli hugging his spouse Anushka Sharma after the sport has gone viral on social media. Within the image, she is making an attempt to consolation the star cricketer.
The cricketer scored a 63-ball 54 earlier than being dismissed by Australia skipper Pat Cummins. Even his dismissal on the time despatched shockwaves throughout the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, leaving even Anushka shocked.
Chasing a goal of 241 runs, Australia rode on Travis Head’s 120-ball 137 to clinch their sixth ODI World Cup title.