India pacer Mohammed Shami took to micro-blogging platform ‘X’ to share a heartfelt message following the Males in Blue’s defeat to Australia within the remaining of the 2023 World Cup on Sunday.
A day after Crew India suffered a heartbreaking six-wicket defeat to Australia within the remaining of the 2023 Cricket World Cup in Ahmedabad, pacer Mohammed Shami has posted a heartfelt message on micro-blogging platform ‘X’, promising that the Males in Blue would bounce again.
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Sharing a photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi consoling him, Shami wrote: “Sadly yesterday was not our day. I wish to thank all Indians for supporting our staff and me all through the match. Grateful to PM @narendramodi for specifically.neting to the dressing room and elevating our spirits. We’ll bounce again!”
Ravindra Jadeja too shared a photograph of India gamers meetiing PM Modi within the dressing room after the ultimate, terming as “particular and motivating”.
We had an ideal match however we ended up brief yesterday. We’re all heartbroken however the help of our folks is conserving us going. PM @narendramodi’s go to to the dressing room yesterday was particular and really motivating. pic.twitter.net/q0la2X5wfU
— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) November 20, 2023
India’s look forward to a significant ICC trophy in 10 years prolonged even additional following the loss, and the defeat was much more traumatic on condition that the Males in Blue had gained all 10 matches main upto the ultimate.
Having been put to bat by Australia, Rohit Sharma (47) received the hosts off to a fiery begin earlier than falling wanting a fifty within the 10th over. Virat Kohli (54) and KL Rahul (66) steadied the ship with a enable 67-run stand, however the likes of Shreyas Iyer (4) and Shubman Gill (4) fell to large match stress.
India had been dismissed for 240, and despite the fact that Australia suffered preliminary hiccups within the chase to be restricted to 47/3, Travis Head (137) and Marnus Labuschagne (58*) solid a 192-run stand to ultimately take Aussies to their sixth ODI World Cup title.