In a highly anticipated clash at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, the World Cup final between India and Australia is living up to its billing as a cricketing extravaganza. As the intense battle unfolds, Rohit Sharma, India’s dynamic skipper, played another electrifying inning, setting the stage for a thrilling encounter.

Opting to bat first on a slow and dry pitch, Rohit Sharma‘s decision to take the aggressive approach in the powerplay paid off handsomely. With a packed stadium cheering, Rohit unleashed an onslaught against the formidable pace duo of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood. His attacking intent was clear from the start, as he took on the bowlers with flair.

Starc said

Australian pacer Mitchell Starc commended the innings of Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul. He said that it was not easy to bat on, but the three batters made it look very easy. 

Mitchell Starc said, “it wasn’t easy to bat on, but Rohit, Virat and KL did well”.

Scoring 47 runs off just 31 balls, Rohit’s innings was characterized by three sixes and four boundaries. His audacious strokeplay included a stunning cover drive and a streakish boundary over mid-wicket. The crowd was treated to a display of Rohit’s signature aggressive style, a hallmark of his performance throughout the tournament.

However, Australia fought back with resilience. Travis Head pulled off a spectacular running catch to dismiss Rohit Sharma, providing the breakthrough Australia needed. In the very next over, Pat Cummins added to the pressure by sending Shreyas Iyer back to the pavilion.

Virat Kohli, joining Rohit in the middle, continued the momentum with a series of well-timed boundaries off Starc. As the contest unfolds, India finds itself at 97 for three in 15 overs, with the Australian bowlers showing their prowess.

The World Cup final promises to be a riveting encounter, with both teams vying for cricketing glory. India’s batting unit, led by Rohit Sharma and supported by Virat Kohli, aims to post a formidable total, considering the dew factor that may come into play later in the evening. On the other side, Australia, with a rich World Cup history, is eyeing a record eighth final victory, reminiscent of their triumph in the 2003 World Cup.

As the cricketing world watches with bated breath, the India vs Australia World Cup final is poised to deliver an enthralling spectacle, showcasing the best of cricket on the grand stage

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