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'Selfless' Rohit Sharma Wins Hearts Despite India's Bitter World Cup Final Defeat To Australia

India captain Rohit Sharma got the team off to another quick start with his brilliant performance at the top of the batting order. Rohit struck a brilliant 31-ball 47 in the World Cup final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, setting the platform for the middle-order before being dismsised by Glenn Maxwell. Though Rohit didn't go on to convert his start into a big score, failing to even record a half-century, he did win the hearts of fans and some former cricketers with his pyrotechniques, albeit in a losing cause.

Former India cricketer took to X (formerly Twitter) to laud Rohit's performance. Even former cricketer-turned-pundit Aakash Chopra was full of praise for the Hitman. While Irfan called Rohit incredible, Chopra highlighted how the skipper lives by the sword.

Rohit Sharma you are incredible

Lived by the sword. Died by the sword. What a catch by Travis Head.
Another tone-setting 40+ for our Skipper.
Over to the middle-order. #IndvAus #CWC2023Final

Unfortunately for Rohit, his cameo wasn't enough as Australia chased down the target of 241 runs in the final with ease.

Australia's Travis Head took a spectacular diving catch on the bowling of Maxwell to send Rohit back in the dressing room. Head also turned the match-winner for Australia, becoming only the third Australian player to score a century in an ODI World Cup final.

After playing a match-winning knock of 137 runs, it was never in doubt that Australia opener Travis Head would be named Player of the Match after a standout display that earned Australia's men their sixth Cricket World Cup title.

After taking Australia to its sixth World Cup title victory, centurion Head expressed his astonishment, stating that he "never expected this in a million years."