World Cup 2023 Prize Money: The final match of the ODI World Cup 2023 was played at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad. In this match, Australia won the trophy by defeating Team India by 6 wickets. This is the sixth time that Australia has become the champion of ODI cricket. On the other hand, Team India once again missed out on ending their ICC trophy drought. After this historic victory, Australia has received crores of prize money.
Money rained on Australia.
This time the total prize money for the tournament was 10 million US dollars. The Australian team that won the final match was awarded $4 million in prize money. If we look at it in terms of Indian rupees, it comes to around Rs 33 crore. Also, a prize money of 2 million dollars has been given to the Indian team that lost the final.
India benefited from the league stage.
It was also announced to give 40 thousand dollars to the teams that won the match in the group stage. That means $40,000 is paid for a win in the group stage. As for Team India, they have played 9 matches in the group stage and have won all of them. Accordingly, he was given 40 thousand dollars for every winning match.
Virat was named player of the tournament.
Virat Kohli has been named the player of the tournament for the 2023 ODI World Cup. Virat Kohli batted 11 times in the tournament this year and scored 765 runs at an average of 95.63. During this time, Virat scored 6 fifties and 3 centuries. That means he scored 50+ runs 9 times.
Defeated after 10 straight wins
Team India had won 10 matches in a row to reach the final, but had to face defeat in this match. Batting first in this match, the Indian team was all out by scoring 240 runs in 50 overs. Along with this, Australia achieved this target at the loss of only 4 wickets.
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