What new records were set in the 13th ICC World Cup?

What new records were set in the 13th ICC World Cup?

ABC News

23 November 2023

Many World Cup and One Day International cricket records were broken and many new records were set in this tournament, let’s take a look at these records. In the final of the 13th ICC Men’s ODI World Cup, Australia defeated India by 6 wickets. Won the championship for the sixth time. The tournament, which was hosted by India alone for the first time, ran from October 5 to November 19. A total of 48 matches were played in 10 cities during this 46-day tournament. These included 45 group matches, two semi-finals and a final. Teams from 10 countries participated in this tournament.

According to Dawn news four teams India, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa qualified for the semi-finals from the group stage. The six teams that failed to reach the semi-finals are, in order of the points table: Pakistan, Afghanistan, England, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the Netherlands. In the semi-finals, India defeated New Zealand, while Australia defeated South Africa. Won the honor of playing the final. India played the World Cup final for the fourth time and Australia for the eighth time, but the victory was the destiny of Australia, who defeated the Indian team, which remained invincible throughout the tournament, and became the champion for the sixth time. This record is one that will not be broken for many years to come.

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