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Tendulkar consoles players after the World Cup Defeat, interacts with Virat & Rohit Sharma




ICC World Cup 2023

New Delhi: A day after India lost the World Cup final 2023 at the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad yesterday, former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar was seen giving emotional support to the Indian team post-match. Australia won the World Cup by defeating team India by six wickets yesterday. Millions of fans were heartbroken and disappointed after the team lost the match. Many fans took to Social Media to express their disappointment and grief. The team will now have to wait for another four years to win the ODI World Cup. The players also received heartfelt messages on Social Media from their followers.

‘There were lots of emotions in the Dressing Room’

Coach Rahul Dravid also came in support of the team and said, it was Heartbreaking as you know them personally and you have seen their Hard Work and practice before the match. There were many emotions in the dressing room as the players couldn’t hold back their tears. Despite fantastic performance by Virat Kohli and K L Rahul the team was able to score only 240 runs after Australia won the toss and asked India to bat first.

Tendulkar Consoles Players after the Loss

After the match, the cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar was seen walking up to the players when they were getting ready for the World Cup Award Ceremony. He tried reaching out to the players and spoke to them. The players were seen breaking down after the match. Mohammad Siraj was seen in tears after losing out on the World Cup title.

‘One must move on to achieve Bigger Things’ 

Virat Kohli was also seen hiding his tears behind his cap. Indian Coach Rahul Dravid told the Media that the team will bounce back from their loss and move on to achieve bigger things. You have some great highs in sport, and you have some lows in sport. And you keep moving on. You don’t stop. Because if you don’t put yourself on the line, you don’t put yourself in games like these, you don’t experience the great highs. And neither do you experience the great lows. And if you don’t do that, you don’t learn,” he said