Australia vs India ICC WTC Final 2023 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Australia vs India ICC WTC Final 2023 - ICC World Test Championship of the Final match played between India and Australia at The Oval in 07th June to 11th June 2023.

Australia vs India ICC WTC Final 2023 Highlights
Australia team celebrates after winning first WTC title © Getty Images

Travis Head, Steve Smith's centuries and Bowlers attack helped to Australia thumping 209-run victory over India and clinch the their historic first WTC title in a one-sided game of the final of a World Test Championship.

Match Stats : 
  • Australia's 209-run win was their ninth largest victory by terms of runs against India in Test matches.
  • Australia became the second team to win the World Test Championship title after New Zealand.
  • Australia became the first team to win the all formats ICC trophies in cricket history.
  • Australia's 469 was their 14th highest score in a first innings against India in Test matches.
  • 9 : Steve Smith equalled a joint most centuries hit by any batsman against India in Test cricket, jointly with Joe Root's 9-hundrdes and the most hundreds hit by an Australian batsman against India in Tests, surpassing the previous record of 8-centuries by former Australian captain Ricky Ponting.
  • 31 - Steve Smith hit the third most centuries for Australia in Test matches after Ricky Ponting's 41 and Steve Waugh's 32.
  • 7 - Steve Smith equalled a joint second most centuries hit by a visiting batsmen in England in Test matches, jointly with Steve Waugh's 7-hundreds and behind only Don Bradman's 11-centuries.
  • 170 Innings : Steve Smith became the second fastest to reach 31 Test hundreds in terms of innings, After Sachin Tendulkar took 165 innings to reach this feat.
  • 285 : Steve Smith and Travis Head set up the third highest fourth-wicket partnership for Australia against India in Test matches and the Australia's fourth highest any-wicket stand against India in Tests.
  • Ajinkya Rahane became the 13th Indian batsman to reach 5,000 Test runs.

* Travis Head's quick-fire 146* and Steve Smith's unbeaten classy 95 as Australia dominated against India in the opening day of the World Test Championship Final.

* Australian pace bowlers put strong position after Steve Smith's record-breaking 31st Test hundred, Indian bowler bounced back on the day to restricted Australia 469 but Indian batsmen failed to strong reply.

* Australia in control after Ajinkya Rahane, Shardul Thakur fightback help to India avoid the follow-on and Bowlers kept the contest alive on an engrossing third day of the WTC Final.

* Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane's unbeaten 71-run stand keep India alive run-chase after Australia set the massive target of 444 in the day of the WTC Final.

* Spinner Nathan Lyon's four-wicket haul, Pace bowlers Scott Boland and Mitchell Starc's combined 5-wickets as India bowled out for 234 and sealed the WTC title in the first session of day five.

Australia 1st Innings scored 469 for all-out in 121.3 overs with top scorer by Travis Head hammered a 163 off 174-balls - which was his 6th Test hundred & his first century against India in ODIs.

Steve Smith cracked a 121 off 268-balls - which was his 31st Test hundred & his ninth century against India in Tests - including 19-fours.

Alex Carey cracked a 48 off 69-balls - who fell two-run short of his half-century - including 7-fours & a six, David Warner blasted a 43 off 60-balls included 8-fours and Marnus Labuschagne scored 26 off 62-balls including 3-fours.

1st Innings India best bowler by Mohammed Siraj claimed a 4-wickets for 108-runs in 28.3-overs, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami both took 2-wickets and one for Ravindra Jadeja.

India 1st Innings scored 296 for all-out in 69.4 overs with top scorer by Ajinkya Rahane cracked a 89 off 129-balls including 11-fours & a six with strike rate of 68.99

Shardul Thakur struck 51 off 109-balls including 6-fours, Ravindra Jadeja hammered a 48 off 51-balls - who fell two-run short of his half-century - including 7-fours & a six with strike rate of 94.11. and Rohit Sharma 15.

1st Innings Australia best bowler by Pat Cummins picked up 3-wickets, Cameron Green, Scott Boland, Mitchell Starc each took 2-wickets and one for Nathan Lyon.

Australia 2nd Innings scored 270-8 for declared in 84.3 overs with top scorer by Alex Carey cracked a unbeaten 66 off 105-balls including 8-fours.

Mitchell Starc blasted a 41 off 57-balls including 7-fours, Marnus Labuchagne scored 41 off 126-balls including 4-fours.

Steve Smith struck 34 off 47-balls including 3-fours, Cameron Green scored 25 off 95-balls included 4-fours and Travis Head hit 18 off 27-balls included 2-sixes.

2nd Innings India best bowler by Ravindra Jadeja picked up 3-wickets, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav both took 2-wickets and one for Mohammed Siraj.

India 2nd Innings scored 234 for all-out in 63.3 overs with top scorer by Virat Kohli cracked a 49 off 78-balls - who fell one-run short of his half-century - including 7-fours.

Ajinkya Rahane scored 46 off 108-balls Including 8-fours, Rohit Sharma hit 43 off 60-balls including 7-fours & a six.

Cheteshwar Pujara scored 27 off 47-balls included 5-fours, Srikar Bharat scored 23 off 41&l-balls included 2-fours and Shubman Gill 18.

2nd Innings Australia best bowler by Nathan Lyon claimed a 4-wickets for 41-runs in 15.3-overs including two maidens, Scott Boland picked up 3-wickets, Mitchell Starc took 2-wickets and one for Pat Cummins.

Travis Head named Player of the match for his quick-fire batting performance to smashed a 163-runs knocked off facing 174-balls including 25-fours & a six.

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