ODI WORLD CUP

Australian pitch invader taken to police station after being apprehended by officials

Pat Cummins

India plays Australia in the tournament’s championship match on Sunday, November 19, at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The match has been full of highs and lows. A pitch invader running onto the field in the first inning was one of the game’s highlights.

A pitch invader enter the field in the 14th over of the first innings, attempting to embrace Virat Kohli. While sporting a t-shirt bearing the slogan “stop bombing Palestine”. But the authorities soon catch him. he’s currently being send to the police station.

The man identify himself as John and said he is from Australia. He is here to meet Virat Kohli. in the video that has been going viral on social media. Moreover, he declared his support for Palestine.

Australia continue to mount pressure on India

Regarding the current ODI World Cup 2023 final, the Indian team’s plans have not worked out. After losing the toss and electing to bat first, the team got off to a strong start thanks to captain Rohit Sharma’s aggressive bowling attack. But when Shubman Gill, the opener, was out for just four runs, things quickly went south. In addition, Rohit Sharma’s dismissal for 47 runs in 31 deliveries ruined the celebration. Australia was in good position.

KL Rahul and Virat Kohli attempted to steady the Indian innings with tenacious knocks. 54 runs were hit by Kohli in 63 deliveries. Rahul, on the other hand, scored 66 runs in 107 deliveries. In an effort to put up a respectable total on the board, Rahul and Kohli both executed solid knocks as the Australian bowling attack kept applying pressure to the unbeaten Men in Blue.

India batting star Virat Kohli extended his record run tally at a Cricket World Cup to 765 from 11 games on Sunday — though the achievement will feel diminished after his team lost the final to Australia.

It is the most runs scored by a batter in a single World Cup, with Kohli bettering yet another Sachin Tendulkar record.

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