The final Showdown starts. India and Australia are locking horns at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The Big Stage is hosting the best cricket competition of cricket. The Stadium is housefull. Fans are cheering with their hearts out. But a tragic moment happened on the field with Rohit Sharma again. Disappointment continues with the Indian skipper already. In a delivery of Maxwell Rohit Sharma got out. Travis Head took that amazing catch.
Exceptional Catch by Travis Head:
While batting first, India gave a decent start. Skipper Rohit Sharma was in a good rhythm. He was hitting boundaries and over-boundaries. That was giving a boost to India’s innings. But the hard luck continued for the Indian skipper. Many times in the tournament, he got out before scoring the half-century. That disappointment continues even in the final.
In the fourth ball of the 10th over, Maxwell was bowling. He bowled a flighted delivery angling away. The Indian skipper stepped for a loft towards the mid-on. It was pretty high. Head run back from cover-point, stretched full length forward to grab it from the ground. It was a silent moment in the stadium. Rohit went back scoring 47 runs in 31 balls. He smashed 4 boundaries and 3 over-boundaries. That was a big success for Australia.
A Match Tour:
It is a big game. India and Australia met in the final. In the beginning, Australia won the toss and decided to bowl first. While batting first, Rohit Sharma started well. But India lost the quick wicket of Shubman Gill. he got out by scoring 4 runs in 7 balls. After that, Virat Kohli joined the field. Rohit and Virat carrying the innings well. In the 10th over, Rohit scored 47 runs in 31 balls. His inning was contained with 4 boundaries and 3 over-boundaries. His strike rate was 151.61.
Shreyas Iyer disappointed the fans and the team. He got out on only 4 runs in 3 balls. He smashed 1 boundary. Virat Kohli is doing well. He is batting on 35 runs in 35 balls. KL Rahul is giving him perfect company. He is batting on 12 runs in 24 balls. After 17 overs, India is on 104/3.