Pat Cummins reveals how Australia enjoyed the silence on the field after Virat Kohli’s wicket | Cricket News

New Delhi: Virat Kohli Looked to be on track to score another ODI century World Cup final Against Australia on Sunday, however Pat Cummins Virat returned the faith of the Indian icon and over 130,000 fans at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad immediately after completing his half-century.
Virat scored 54 runs off 62 balls and added 67 runs with KL Rahul for the fourth wicket as the duo tried to repair India’s innings at 81/3. But Cummins made him play on his stumps with a dug-out delivery that went high on his toes. This led to the greatest peace in the world bat The stadium „agreed” by the Australian team.
„We jumped for a second to acknowledge the silence that surrounded the crowd (after Virat Kohli’s wicket),” Cummins said after the final, which Australia won by six wickets to win its sixth ODI World Cup.

World Cup 2023 Final: Australia beat India by 6 wickets to win record sixth title

„I felt like it was one of those days where everything was built for him (Kohli) to score another century as usual. That (wicket) was satisfying,” added Cummins.

Interestingly, a day before the match, Cummins had mentioned about silencing the crowd.
„Crowds can obviously be one-sided; but in sport, there’s nothing more satisfying than hearing a big crowd go silent, and that’s what we’re aiming for,” he had said ahead of the final.

Despite half-centuries from Kohli and Rahul (66), India could only manage 240 after Australian captain Cummins won the toss and asked to bat first.
Australia didn’t get the start they wanted and slumped to 47/3. But the opener Travis Head Marnes added 192 runs with Lapuzagne (58) and scored a match-winning hundred (137).
See How Pat Cummins silenced Ahmedabad crowd with Aussie’s flawless performance in final

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