Australia’s star player Travis Head dashed India’s hopes. He ICC world cup 2023 Played a brilliant century against India in the final match and made Australia the world champion. Head played an innings of 137 runs. Australia won the ICC World Cup title for the sixth time by defeating India by 6 wickets in the final match played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
Head rescued Australia from crisis and became world champion
The Australian team, which came to chase India’s score of 240 runs, did not have a good start and suffered three big setbacks at the score of only 47. But Head kept one end under control and gradually not only took his innings forward but also led the team to victory.
Long partnership between Travis Head and Labuschagne for the fourth wicket
travis head A long partnership of 192 runs was made between Labuschagne and Labuschagne for the fourth wicket. Both of them took charge of the team when the score was 47 runs. Head faced 120 balls, in which 15 fours and 4 sixes were hit. Whereas Labuschagne faced 110 balls, in which he scored 58 runs with the help of 4 fours.
Head had dashed India’s hopes even in the ICC World Test Championship.
Travis Head did not dash India’s hopes for the first time, but earlier also in the World Test Championship, he had defeated India in the title clash by playing a century. The ICC World Test Championship was played between India and Australia between June 7 and 11 this year, in which Australia defeated India by 209 runs. In that match, Head faced 174 balls in the first innings and scored 163 runs with the help of 25 fours and one six. Australia won against India on the basis of Head’s brilliant innings.
travis head career
Travis Head started playing for Australia in 2018. He made his Test debut in 2018, while started playing ODI from 2016. Till now Head has played 42 Tests, 64 ODIs and 20 International T20 matches. In which he took 2904 runs and 9 wickets with the help of 6 centuries in the test. Whereas with the help of 5 centuries, Head has taken 2364 runs and 18 wickets in ODIs.