Updated January 2nd, 2024 at 12:38 IST

WATCH | Unseen video of Virat Kohli after World Cup final loss to Australia will leave you emotional

India's strong start in the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup ended in heartbreak with a surprising loss to Australia in the final.

Reported by: Garvit Parashar
Virat Kohli with his wife Anushka Sharma after losing the World Cup final | Image:AP

The year 2023 will always be remembered in cricket because India's team was really strong in the ICC Cricket World Cup. They won ten games in a row, led by captain Rohit Sharma. Everyone thought they would finally end their ten-year wait for an ICC trophy. But, in a surprising turn, they lost in the final against Australia at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

Virat Kohli, the star batsman, played a big part in India's journey. He scored an amazing 765 runs with an average of 95.62. He made three centuries and six fifties and was named the best player of the tournament. Kohli's best moment was in the semi-final against New Zealand. He not only helped India win but also scored his 50th ODI hundred, beating the legendary Sachin Tendulkar.


ODI World Cup: Unseen video of Virat Kohli

One video of Virat has gone viral on social media which was unseen. In this video, Virat Kohli removed the bails of the stump with his cap and walked like no means. This video has got more than 45,000 and fans got emotional by watching this all over again.


This was no less than a trauma, wasn't it? You won all the league matches, then the semi finals and with dominance not in fluke. And you lost the one match which was the most important one, well that tears won’t change the fate now. One user replied with emotions, one user said, “This Indian team might be the greatest team to not win a wc.”


Another one said, “One bad day couldn't tell the whole story, they played well.” Third one said, “2014 T20WC
2016 T20WC
2023 ODIWC

Did Everything, Put in every kind of effort he could but still ended up on the losing side.”




Published January 1st, 2024 at 21:25 IST