Ravichandran Ashwin On World Cup: Indian team’s experienced spinner Ravichandran Ashwin broke his silence after the end of the World Cup. Ravichandran Ashwin was also included in the World Cup team. But he was not given a place in the playing 11. When the Australian team won the World Cup title today, the bowler broke his silence. Ax previously took to Twitter to share his feelings with fans after the Men in Blue’s World Cup dream was shattered. Australia has won a record-extending sixth World Cup title. Ashwin said that this is a ‘huge sorrow’ for the Indian team and the fans, and also appreciated the performance of the team players throughout the tournament. Additionally, Ashwin also acknowledged Australia as ‘the giants of modern cricket’ and congratulated Pat Cummins’ brigade for their spectacular win.
Ashwin posted on X
“So much heartbreak last night. Everyone in the team has had days to remember during this campaign and special mention to @imVkohli @MdShami11 @ImRo45 and @Jaspritbumrah93 for their stellar performances throughout the tournament,” Ashwin wrote on Twitter. However, I can’t help but applaud the giants of modern cricket “Australia”. What they did on the field yesterday was incredible. Congratulations on their sixth World Cup win,”
India lost in the final after being invincible from the beginning
Pat Cummins-led Australia stunned more than 100,000 Indian fans at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad to win the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 final. The Australian team displayed exceptional bowling skills, followed by remarkable batting from Travis Head, who scored a record-breaking 137 runs. Marnus Labuschagne also contributed significantly with an unbeaten half-century and was instrumental in overcoming India’s strong bowling lineup, which had proved to be a major threat to other teams throughout the tournament. India’s ambition of winning the ICC trophy remained unfulfilled. The Indian players could not match their high standards in the crucial final match. Despite India’s good performance from the beginning to the last matches, the Indian team lagged behind in the finals. Lost to Australia by 6 wickets with 42 balls remaining. The result further extended India’s wait for a major ICC title, highlighting the intensely competitive and unpredictable nature of cricket at the global level.