New Delhi. In a thrilling encounter in the World Cup final, Team India faced a tough challenge against Australia, but the Australian team won by six wickets. Despite Rohit Sharma’s commendable leadership and leading the Indian team to ten consecutive wins in the tournament, they faced defeat in the crucial title match. After a tough match, former Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif wrote on Twitter, “The final was Australia’s, they won… Australia is the world champion. However, the Indian team performed brilliantly throughout the World Cup and won. Ten consecutive wins established India as the best team of the tournament.”
Kaif praised the Indian team’s batsmen and bowlers for putting up an impressive display of cricketing prowess on the global stage and said India had been the best team throughout the tournament. He concluded his tweet on a light-hearted note, “Relax Australia…” Meanwhile, former England captain Michael Vaughan retweeted Kaif’s statement, sharing an emoji emphasizing the conventional wisdom that the tournament The best team ultimately wins the trophy.
Australia achieved a spectacular victory over Team India by six wickets in the World Cup final. This is Australia’s sixth title win in the history of the championship. Their first World Cup win was in 1987, followed by wins in 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015 and now 2023. On the other hand, the Indian team has won the prestigious trophy twice. Their initial win came in 1982 and under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, they won the World Cup trophy for the second time in 2011.