Expressing disappointment over the team's inability to clinch victory despite commendable efforts, Kapil Dev urged for a learning mindset. "Let's hope what we didn't understand this time, we'll learn and do it better. That's the way we are," he remarked.

India was outplayed by Australia in spite of being the better team throughout the tournament

The final match witnessed India posting a total of 240 runs in 50 overs, with significant contributions from skipper Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and KL Rahul. Australia's bowlers, led by Mitchell Starc's impressive 3/55, restricted India's batting prowess. 

In response, Australia chased down the target, anchored by Travis Head's brilliant 137 off 120 balls and Marnus Labuschagne's steady 58.

Rohit Sharma, reflecting on the game, acknowledged their failure to deliver their best cricket. "The result has not gone our way. We were not good enough today," Rohit admitted, emphasizing the team's awareness of their subpar performance and refusing to make excuses for the loss.

Despite the disappointment, the Indian team aims to learn from this experience and channel it towards future success, determined to evolve and elevate their game.

Source: ANI