Poor fielding and batting became India’s enemy.

Poor fielding and batting became India’s enemy.

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Ahmedabad. India missed a golden opportunity to become the only country to win two men’s ODI World Cup titles on home soil at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday.

The victory which the whole country was expecting turned into a painful defeat. The tears of joy that were to be seen in the eyes of the Indian players were instead seen of sadness as the Kangaroos won the final match and broke India’s dream of winning the trophy.

The most successful player for Australia was Travis Head (137), who wrote the story of India’s defeat on the basis of his century. His brilliant batting troubled the Indian bowlers a lot.

In this match, be it batting, bowling or fielding, Australia completely dominated Rohit and Company. At the same time, the Indian team was seen lagging behind.

Batting first on a very slow and difficult pitch, India was already on the back foot. With great difficulty India set the target of 240. But, the Australian team achieved it easily despite initial setbacks.

India, who had a remarkable performance in the World Cup with ten consecutive wins. It seemed like he was completely prepared. Coach Dravid admitted that the team was 30-40 runs behind a strong score.

Actually, the defeat in the World Cup final has brought a mountain of sorrow on the entire Indian team. But, the condition of captain Rohit Sharma is the worst.


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