Live updates of the World Cup 2023 Final between India vs. Australia reveal that Head’s century has secured Australia’s sixth ODI title, setting a new record.

Australia secured a six-wicket victory over India in the final, with Travis Head scoring an impressive 137 runs off 120 balls and Mitchell Starc taking three wickets.

Travis Head

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Australia demonstrated their dominance in both batting and bowling during the match against India. Winning the toss, Australian captain Pat Cummins elected to bowl first, a decision that India’s Rohit Sharma agreed with, stating that they would have chosen to bat anyway. Although Rohit made an explosive start, Shubman Gill, who had an impressive track record in Ahmedabad, fell early to Mitchell Starc. Virat Kohli entered the field with great aggression, but Rohit’s innings were cut short by Glenn Maxwell thanks to an exceptional catch by Travis Head, just three runs shy of his half-century. India vs. Australia

Cummins continued to make an impact by dismissing the in-form Shreyas Iyer in the following over. KL Rahul and Kohli then tried to stabilize the Indian innings. However, the boundaries became scarce after the 10th over, and Kohli eventually fell for 54 off 63 deliveries. Rahul fought hard to hold the innings together, but India suffered another setback when Ravindra Jadeja, promoted ahead of Suryakumar Yadav, was dismissed in the 36th over.

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Rahul managed to reach a half-century while receiving support from SKY, marking the last partnership of recognized batsmen for India. Unfortunately, Rahul’s innings ended at 66 off 107 balls, falling victim to Starc. Mohammed Siraj and Kuldeep Yadav managed to add 14 runs for the final wicket, leading to India’s total of 240 all out in 50 overs. India vs. Australia

India began their defense strongly, with Mohammed Shami opening the bowling instead of Mohammed Siraj. Shami made an immediate impact by taking the wicket of David Warner with the second ball of his first over. Jasprit Bumrah then dismissed Mitchell Marsh. Although both bowlers were expensive, they managed to remove two of Australia’s most dangerous top-order batsmen.

In response, Australia overcame their shaky start with opener Travis Head delivering a brilliant century. Marnus Labuschagne played a patient inning, contributing 57 runs off 109 balls. Their partnership became the second-highest run stand in World Cup final history, propelling Australia to a six-wicket victory. Unfortunately for Rohit and his team, their trophy drought at ICC events continued. Travis Head’s outstanding knock of 137 earned him the Player of the Match award for his memorable performance against the hosts at the Narendra Modi Stadium. India vs. Australia

India vs. Australia Match

In Sunday’s final against India, Australia secured their sixth 50-over World Cup title, setting a new record. Opener Travis Head played a remarkable innings, scoring a century and leading his team to a six-wicket victory. India, after being put into bat, managed to post a below-par total of 240 runs in 50 overs, thanks to battling half-centuries by KL Rahul and Virat Kohli.

Australia faced some initial challenges in their batting, but Head’s brilliant knock of 137 runs off 120 balls ensured their victory with seven overs to spare. The match did not reach great heights and the majority of the 132,000-capacity stadium remained silent as India, who had won 10 consecutive matches to reach the final, suffered their first loss of the tournament.

Rohit Sharma played an entertaining innings of 47 runs, including three sixes, but was dismissed just before the end of the powerplay. Head took a tumbling catch to dismiss India’s captain, Kohli, who had hit three consecutive boundaries off Mitchell Starc. India found themselves in trouble at 81-3 in the 11th over when Shreyas Iyer was caught behind by Cummins. Kohli and Rahul then focused on rebuilding the innings, even if it meant going without a boundary for 16.1 overs.

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Rohit made a quick start as usual, but Shubman Gill was dismissed early.

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Virat Kohli then came out aggressively, but Australia struck back by taking the wickets of Rohit and the in-form Shreyas Iyer.

Virat Kohli and KL Rahul

Kohli and KL Rahul struggled to score freely, and although Kohli reached another half-century, he was eventually dismissed by Pat Cummins.

Rahul fought hard to reach his own half-century but then saw Ravindra Jadeja get out at the other end.

Suryakumar Yadav was unable to provide a strong finish.

Mohammed Siraj and Kuldeep Yadav managed to push India’s score to 240.

In the first over, Bumrah conceded 15 runs, but Shami took the wicket of David Warner with just his second ball of the match.

Bumrah continued to make an impact, dismissing Mitchell Marsh and Steve Smith within the first 10 overs.

Travis Head staged a remarkable comeback, scoring a century off 95 balls to help Australia reach 185/3 in 33.5 overs.

Marnus Labuschagne reached his half-century in the 40th over, taking 99 balls.

Head’s impressive knock of 137 runs guided Australia to a six-wicket victory over India in 43 overs.

India XI: Rohit Sharma (c), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (w), Suryakumar Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav, and Mohammed Siraj

Australia XI: Travis Head, David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Glenn Maxwell, Josh Inglis (w), Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins (c), Adam Zampa, and Josh Hazlewood

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