India played fantastic cricket throughout the ODI World Cup 2023 and their only defeat in the campaign came on Sunday, November 19, in the summit clash against Australia at the colossal Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

After the heartbreaking defeat, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary Jay Shah lauded Rohit Sharma and Co. for their commendable performance in the marquee event. India won 10 games in a row before their six-wicket defeat in the final.

Shah took to his official ‘X’ (formerly known as Twitter) handle and praised the team for dominating the tournament and showing a never-say-die attitude.

Although the Men in Blue may have fallen short in the Cricket World Cup 2023 finals against Australia, their journey has left an indelible mark of inspiration. From triumph to tribulation, each match became a testament to the unwavering spirit, determination, and skill of our team. Winning all 10 matches leading up to the finals, they showcased the true essence of cricket – a game that is as unpredictable as it is beautiful. The entire nation rallied behind our boys, transforming this World Cup into a nationwide celebration of cricket in India. The energy, passion, and unyielding support from the entire population were truly incredible. To every single member of Team India, I express heartfelt gratitude. Your dedication, hard work, and perseverance have provided moments of pure joy throughout this tournament. You’ve made us proud, not just with your victories, but with the way you’ve played the game – with heart, with pride, and with a never-say-die attitude. This World Cup wasn’t just about the wins; it was about the emotions, the camaraderie, and the indomitable spirit of Team India. Thank you for the joy and the unforgettable moments. Here’s to the Men in Blue – true champions in every sense. The journey may have ended, but the pride and love for our team will resonate forever.

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