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Despite India’s painful World Cup Final loss to Australia, “Selfless” Rohit Sharma wins hearts


In the World Cup 2023 final match against Australia, Rohit Sharma scored 31 goals on 47 balls before Glenn Maxwell removed him.

India’s skipper, Rohit Sharma, scored a superb century at the top of the batting order to put the side ahead early again. In the Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Narendra Modi Stadium World Cup final, Rohit smashed a spectacular fifty-seven off thirty balls, laying the groundwork for the middle order before Glenn Maxwell destroyed him. Even though he failed to even reach a half-century and didn’t turn his early innings into a large score, Rohit’s pyrotechnics won over supporters and some veteran cricket players.

An ex-Indian cricket player praised Rohit’s performance on X, formerly Twitter. Aakash Chopra, a former cricket player who is now a pundit, had nothing but love for the Hitman. Irfan praised Rohit as amazing, but Chopra emphasised how the skipper lives by the sword.

Unfortunately for Rohit, Australia easily met the final target of 241 runs, and his cameo was insufficient.
To send Rohit back to the dressing room, Australia’s Travis Head made a breathtaking diving catch off Maxwell’s bowling. Head became the third player from Australia to make a century in an ODI World Cup final, and he also turned up the match-winning stroke for his country.
It was inevitable that Australia’s opener Travis Head would be chosen Player of the contest following his sensational performance that secured Australia’s men their sixth Cricket World Cup championship, having amassed 137 runs in the contest.
The Australian opener amassed a match-winning 137 off 120 balls by dominating the Indian bowlers.
“This is a truly remarkable day that I never in a million years would have predicted. Much better than lounging on the family room couch. I’m happy to have contributed. I felt really confident after playing the first twenty balls, and yes, I was able to continue. Mitch Marsh set the tone with the way he entered the game. We knew the going would get tough, and that was the energy we were looking for. Choosing to bowl first after winning the toss was a wise move.As the day went on, I thought the wicket improved. It paid off, but it required some spin. It’s good to be involved and have a part in everything,” Head remarked prior to kickoff.



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