India vs Australia Live Score Updates, World Cup Final: Ind vs Aus,Australia won the Cricket World Cup for a record-extending sixth time, ending India’s dominant run in its home tournament with a six-wicket victory in a low-scoring final on the back of Travis Head’s 137. 

India vs. Australia Live Score Update, World Cup Final: In a crucial moment in the World Cup final against India on Sunday in Ahmedabad, Australia’s Travis Head scored a century, bringing his team closer to the sixth title.

For Pat Cummins’ team, this win is significant in all formats in an unprecedented year for Australia, including their victory over India in the World Test Championship final in June and maintaining their dominance in the Ashes afterward.

Chasing a target of 241 runs against the resilient hosts India, Australia was struggling at 47-3. However, left-handed opener Head’s century in 95 balls, including 14 boundaries and a six, helped them reach 185-3 in the 34th over.

In the World Cup final in Ahmedabad on Sunday, Australia’s star batsman Steve Smith was out for just four runs, while India made a strong comeback with the ball. Jasprit Bumrah deceived Smith with a slower delivery, and the right-handed batsman played on, leading to celebrations among the Indian players and the approximately 130,000 ecstatic fans in the stadium.

Smith’s dismissal reduced Australia to 47-3 in seven overs, chasing a target of 241 runs and securing their record sixth ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup title.

Australia’s score was 60-3 after 10 overs, with opener Travis Head unbeaten on 19 runs, and Marcus Labuschagne yet to make an impact.

Before this, India was aiming for its second home title after winning the third World Cup in 2011. However, after sending in to bat, India lost wickets and was bowled out for 240 runs.

Left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc took 3 wickets for 55 runs in his maximum quota of 10 overs, while Australia’s captain Pat Cummins contributed with 2 wickets for 34 runs in his 10 overs.

KL Rahul scored the most for India with 66 runs, but he managed only one boundary in his 107-ball innings. Captain Virat Kohli contributed 54 runs, and then skipper Rohit Sharma scored 47 runs off just 31 balls as India set a target of 241 for the tournament’s formidable hosts.

The record five-time champions, led by the successful hosts of the tournament, dismissed India for 240 runs, with fast bowler Mitchell Starc taking 3-55 and Australia’s captain Pat Cummins, who won the toss, finishing with figures of 2-34 in his 10 overs.

KL Rahul scored the highest with 66 runs, but managed only one four in 107 balls. Star batsman Virat Kohli made 54 runs, after which India’s captain Rohit Sharma played a fiery inning, scoring 47 runs in just 31 balls.

In an attempt to stop the host team in the World Cup final, Australia made a comeback by restricting India to 97 runs for three wickets in 15 overs. Before Australia’s comeback, Captain Rohit Sharma played another explosive inning. Both teams made no changes to their playing elevens.

On the slow and dry pitch, Australia invited India to bat, and Rohit Sharma wanted to do something special in front of the packed Narendra Modi Stadium. As he has done throughout the tournament, Rohit (47 off 31) took responsibility for an aggressive approach in the powerplay.

He wasn’t successful in doing so against Australia in India’s league game, but on the big stage, Rohit made sure he didn’t let the world-class fast bowling pair of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood dominate. His attack began when he stepped out and creamed Hazlewood over cover for a splendid boundary. In total, he hit three sixes and four boundaries.

Shubman Gill (4 off 7) was out while playing a short-arm jab, and Virat Kohli joined Rohit in the middle. Kohli consistently hit three boundaries against Starc to maintain the momentum Rohit had built.

However, Rohit Sharma fell victim to a spectacular running catch by Travis Head, and an over later, Pat Cummins created pressure on the host team by catching Shreyas Iyer behind the wicket.

Under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, India will bat first in the final of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The Men in Blue will aim to set a big score on the board, considering that the dew in the evening can affect the game. Match phase.

With Rohit Sharma’s composed aggression and Virat Kohli’s assurance, the batting unit has performed well in all their games so far. The excellence of Mohammad Shami has boosted their bowling effort, showcasing the effectiveness of both fast bowlers and spinners.

Meanwhile, Australia is waiting for its turn in the record eighth final of the World Cup, as the five-time champion will clash with India for the second time in the World Cup final. Their previous encounter was two decades ago in the 2003 World Cup, which Australia won by 125 runs. Pitch Report.

Rohit Sharma carefully observed the strip for an extended period on the second day and felt that there was a slight difference from the track where he played against Pakistan on October 14.

“There was no grass on that wicket (Pakistan’s game). There is some grass on this wicket. This wicket seemed drier than that wicket – I don’t know, maybe you know, I still haven’t seen how the wicket is today, but from my understanding, it will be a bit slower.” The captain said.

Match Highlights.

In the first passage of play, Mitchell Starc delivered a back-of-a-length delivery, pitching near the leg stump and angling across. Shubman Gill, attempting a pull shot, found himself in a shaky position and was caught down the ground by Adam Zampa.

Shortly after, Glenn Maxwell sent one up, pitching outside off. Rohit Sharma took the aggressive route, advancing and attempting a lofted drive, only to be brilliantly caught by Travis Head on the off side.

Pat Cummins joined the wicket-taking spree, breaking through with a short-of-a-length delivery outside off. Shreyas Iyer, going back, ended up outside edging, and the catch was safely taken by Josh Inglis.

Cummins struck again, this time against the Indian captain. A short-of-a-length delivery outside off stump troubled Virat Kohli, who edged the ball as it went through, resulting in his dismissal by being bowled.

Mitchell Starc continued the bowling assault, delivering a length ball outside off stump. KL Rahul, moving onto the front foot, edged the ball, and the catch was taken by Josh Inglis.

Suryakumar Yadav, attempting a hook shot, went back but was hit on the gloves, leading to his dismissal as he was caught by Josh Inglis.

The trend of breakthroughs continued as Mohammad Shami achieved success. Delivering on a good length and pitching outside off, Shami induced an outside edge from David Warner, who was caught by Virat Kohli.

In another instance of effective bowling, a back-of-a-length delivery outside off stump troubled Shaun Marsh, who moved onto the back foot and edged the ball. The catch was comfortably taken by KL Rahul.

The match, however, saw a remarkable turn of events when Travis Head played a dominant innings, scoring a match-winning 137 runs from 120 balls. His exceptional performance paved the way for Australia to successfully chase a target of 241, securing their record-extending sixth title in the tournament that originated in 1975.

Click for more sports news

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *