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IND Vs AUS, World Cup Final 2023: Australia Win By 6 Wickets

  • Australia has lifted the World Cup for the sixth time
  • The Aussies beat the Men in Blue by 6 wickets in the final match
  • Travis Head was declared as the player of the match

Ahmedabad:19/11/23: Australia downed India at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad to lift the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup for a record sixth time.

Pat Cummins-led Australia has won the final match against India by 6 wickets. With this, the Aussies have lifted the trophy for the sixth time after 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015.

The highlight of this match was Travis Head’s ODI century against the Rohit Sharma-led Team India. Head was the highest scorer from Australia in this match as he put 137 runs off 120 balls on board.

Australia won the toss and elected to field first, restricting India to a sub-par 240 all-out. Australia stunned hosts India by six wickets to win the Cricket World Cup.

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