The best winner of the competition, Mohammed Shami he thanked the fans for their support during the tournament and thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for meeting players in the dressing room.
An unsuccessful run throughout the competition to the final, India They came so close to winning their third World Cup crown, however, Travis Head stood tall between them Men in blue`s victory and star with the bat, hitting inspired century to win Australia’s sixth men ICC Cricket World Cup Crown.
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A billion Indian Hearts were broken on Sunday, but none more so than the 11 players who gave it their all on the field to reach the final after fiercely competing in the tournament for more than a month. Although India did not win the 2023 World Cup at home, the way they performed throughout the tournament was not an unusual dream for billions of Indian supporters.
Shami got in touch with X and thanked the Indian fans for their unwavering support and shared a photo of the PM hugging him.
Unfortunately yesterday was not our day. I would like to thank all the Indians for supporting our team and me throughout the tournament. Thanks to PM @narendramodi for coming specially to the dressing room and lifting our spirits. We will bounce back! pic.twitter.com/Aev27mzni5
— 𝖆𝖆𝖆𝖆𝖆𝖓𝖆 (@MdShami11) November 20, 2023
“Unfortunately, yesterday was not our day. I want to thank all Indians for supporting our team and me during the tournament. Thanks to PM @narendramodi especially for coming to the dressing room and for our to lift their spirits. Let’s go back!” Shami wrote on X.
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Mohammed Shami, the leading wicket-taker in the tournament, was amazing considering he didn’t even play for the squad when the season started.
After missing his team’s first four matches, Shami emerged as a star bowler, claiming 24 wickets at an average of just 5.26 and 10.70.
Only four players in the history of the men’s game — Lasith Malinga (56), Mitchell Starc (65), Muttiah Muralitharan (68), and Glenn McGrath (71), have taken more wickets in the Cricket World Cup than Shami. (55), with Shami’s returns occurring in ten fewer games than any of the players above him on the list.
We had a great tournament but came up short yesterday. We are all heartbroken but the support of our family is keeping us going. PM @narendramodiA visit to the dressing room yesterday was special and very exciting. pic.twitter.com/q0la2X5wfU
— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) November 20, 2023
India star Ravindra Jadeja, who made the ICC Team of the Tournament, thanked the fans for their support and wrote on X, “We had a great tournament but it ended too soon yesterday. We are all heartbroken but the the support of our people is keeping it going. PM @narendramodi’s visit to the dressing room yesterday was special and very inspiring.”
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