Australia defeated India in the final
Apologized to Indian fans for the result
India praised for organizing great event
New Delhi. Australia’s legendary batsman David Warner’s love for India is not hidden from anyone. He can often be seen dancing to the songs of Indian films or copying the style of its heroes on the cricket field and on social media. Warner’s Australian team has broken the hearts of crores of Indian fans by winning the World Cup 2023 final (IND vs AUS). Warner is well aware of this. That’s why he apologized for this after the final.
Warner did this in his post on social site X. A user on It was a great match and the atmosphere was incredible. India really organized a great event. Thank you all.’
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However, Warner could not make a big contribution in the final match of the tournament. After scoring only seven runs, he was caught by Virat Kohli in the slip off the ball of Mohammed Shami. However, he was successful in scoring more than 500 runs in the World Cup 2023. In 11 matches, he scored 535 runs at an average of 48.63, which included two centuries and as many half-centuries. During this period, his highest score was 163 runs.
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This left-handed batsman, who is going through the last phase of his cricket career, thanked India for organizing the World Cup brilliantly. Posting a photo holding the World Cup, he wrote on Instagram, ‘First of all I want to thank India for hosting the World Cup brilliantly. A lot of hard work went into this event. Thank you to everyone involved, including the ground staff, dressing room people, kitchen people, chefs, hotel staff, security, police and event organisers. Special thanks to the fans. Without you all we couldn’t play the game we all love. I know the result wasn’t (India’s) way, but whatever happened, it was a great week.
Tags: david warner, IND vs AUS, world cup 2023
FIRST PUBLISHED: November 21, 2023, 09:01 IST