After Virat Kohli’s wicket in the World Cup final, there was a library-like silence in the stadium.

Perhaps the Indian fans still wouldn’t have been able to forget this moment that they had to witness after India’s loss to Australia in the final of the 2023 World Cup. Australian World Cup-winning captain Pat Cummins revealed that after Virat Kohli’s wicket fell in the final, there was such silence in the stadium as if it were a library.

First in the final, the Indian team lost the fourth wicket in the form of Virat Kohli with a score of 148 runs. Kohli was shown the way to the pavilion by being bowled by Australian captain Pat Cummins. Kohli retired after scoring half a century. After half a century of scoring, the Indian fans’ expectations from him had increased, but unfortunately he lost his wicket, which came as a shock to millions of Indian fans.

Now, speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald, Pat Cummins recounted the moment when, after Virat Kohli’s wicket, many Indian fans present in the stadium became silent in the same way that the library falls silent.

He said: “After Virat Kohli’s wicket, we were sitting in the group and Steve Smith said, boys, listen to the crowd. We took a short break, it was as quiet as a library. There were 100,000 Indians there at that time.” There was silence. I will enjoy this moment for a long time.”

Let us tell you that the Indian team lost the last match against Australia after winning 10 consecutive matches in the World Cup. Team India, led by Rohit Sharma, first won nine consecutive games in the league stage, then Rohit Brigade defeated New Zealand in the semi-finals and reached the final.

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