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Australia beats India to claim sixth world title in front of 160,000 people

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Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 - Final - India v Australia - Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, India - November 19, 2023 Australia players celebrate with the trophy after winning the ICC Cricket World Cup REUTERS/Amit Dave
Australia was crowned world cricket champion by getting the better of India in the final, although it was announced as favorite, thus winning its sixth world title, this Sunday, November 19, 2023 , in Ahmedabad. A record Australia cricket world cup wins.

Australia world cup wins in front of 160,000 people

The Australian team, which succeeds England, crowned in 2019, defied all predictions by defeating India by six wickets in front of 160,000 stunned supporters at the Narendra Modi stadium. However, the Australians lost to these same Indians during the group stage by the same score on October 8 in Chennai.

With this year’s success, Australia now has six trophies following victories in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015 in twelve editions since the inception of the World Cup in 1975.

Cricket World Cup – Australia wins the final against India and wins its 6th world title

Sunday in Ahmedabad, in front of 110,000 spectators, the Australians won the final at the expense of the host country and favorite India 241 (4) to 240 by six wickets. They won their 6th world champion title in 13 editions since 1975 after victories in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015.

Australia succeeds England on the list. India has two titles (1983 and 2011) and also lost a final in 2003 (already against the Aussies).

The World Cup (ICC Cricket World Cup) is played in the One-day International (ODI) format The India vs Australia world cup 2023 schedule are here.

The format adopted at the Los Angeles Olympics is T20 (Twenty 20), the fastest version of international cricket. In matches which are not affected by rain, each team bats for 20 overs (120 balls), hence the name. Matches last approximately three hours.



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