India vs Australia Final World Cup 2023: Australia cricket team has become world champion for the sixth time. It won the title by defeating India in the final of World Cup 2023 in Ahmedabad. The entire team has contributed to this victory of Australia. This victory is the result of hard work, dedication and right decisions of the team players. The Australian team came to India with only one main spin bowler. He used his strength as a weapon on Indian pitches which are considered spin friendly and fought with every team on the field without any problem.
Australian bowler Adam Zampa is at second place in terms of taking most wickets in the World Cup 2023. Zampa has taken 23 wickets. He is a spin bowler. Josh Hazlewood took 16 wickets in 11 matches for the team. Mitchell Starc took 16 wickets in 10 matches. If we talk about the final match, it was not the spin but the fast bowlers who took more wickets. Australia’s strength has been fast bowling and they used this as their weapon in the final.
In the final for Australia, Starc took 3 wickets for 55 runs in 10 overs. Josh Hazlewood took 2 wickets for 60 runs in 10 overs. Pat Cummins took 2 wickets. In this match, Zampa and Maxwell got one wicket each. In this way, a total of 7 wickets came to the account of fast bowlers.
If we look at the final match, Australia performed well in every department. First he did good bowling and fielding. Australia restricted India to the score of 240 runs. During this, the players of the team took 7 catches and one run out. Josh Inglis took five catches. Australia had a bad start in batting in the final. But the comeback he made after this made him the champion. Team’s opener David Warner was out after scoring 7 runs. Steve Smith was out after scoring 4 runs and Marsh after scoring 15 runs. Head played an innings of 137 runs. Marson Labuschagne remained unbeaten after scoring 58 runs.
– ICC Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) 19 November 2023
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