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Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, opened up on the heart-breaking ODI World Cup 2023 final loss against Australia in a chat with Jatin Sapru for Adidas India, the jersey sponsor of the national cricket team. The night after the big defeat, the 37-year-old spoke to his wife about how it was a “bad dream” before telling her that “the final is tomorrow”.

It was on November 19 last year, at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, where India took on Australia in the final of the ODI World Cup 2023. After being put into bat first, the Indian cricket team struggled their way to posting a 240-run total, getting bundled out on the last ball of the innings.

In response, Australia chased down the target in just 43 overs after Travis Head scored a match-defining 137 off 120 with 15 fours and four maximums while Marnus Labuschagne scored a vital fifty as well.  Check the top betting trends on the best betting sites in India and 1win promo code.

While talking to Adidas India, Rohit Sharma revealed what happened a day after India lost the ODI World Cup 2023 final against Australia. He said, “When I woke up next day after World Cup final, I had no idea what happened last night. I was discussing it with my wife and told ‘whatever happened last night was a bad dream, right? I think the final is tomorrow’.”

“It took me two-three days to realise that we lost. Another four years for another chance,” the 37-year-old further remarked.

Moreover, Rohit Sharma is currently captaining India in the T20 World Cup 2024, which is being played in the USA and the Caribbean. In their tournament opener, the Indian cricket team defeated Ireland by eight wickets, chasing down a 97-run target with 46 balls to spare.