Millions of fans felt disheartened when Australia secured a 6-wicket victory against India in the World Cup final. Following the loss, social media flooded with memes, some expressing sadness while others attempted to offer a bit of consolation. Anupam Mittal, a judge on Shark Tank India, took to X to share a humorous tweet aimed at lightening the spirits of disappointed fans while also cleverly promoting his online wedding service providing platform.
He shared: “World cup loss se one thing has become clear. Match fixing in India happens only @ShaadiDotCom 😉”
Social media users found his witty tweets entertaining, with some praising his marketing knack. One user lauded, “Wah 👌🏻 what a plugin 😉 Perfect & Just Wow👌🏻❤😍👍🏻.”
Another exclaimed, “Give that guy a raise who quoted this! GIVE HIM A RAISE!”
Mittal’s post, shared a few hours ago, garnered over 38,700 views and counting, drawing various reactions in the comment section.
Soon after India’s defeat on November 19, the matrimonial site expressed gratitude towards Team India, highlighting the significance of “partnership” in their tweet. “Dear Team India, Thank you for teaching us that partnership is everything, that there will be ups and downs, that you can lose but still win hearts 💙 #INDvsAUS #CWC23Final” they expressed.
Australia Clinched Sixth ODI World Cup Title
The Indian cricket team’s aspirations of clinching the Cricket World Cup 2023 for the third time were over as Australia claimed a comfortable victory in the final, securing their sixth World Cup trophy. In the final of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, India started strongly with Rohit Sharma leading the charge. However, momentum slowed after his departure. Despite half-centuries from Virat Kohli and KL Rahul, India’s scoring rate decelerated in the middle overs, resulting in a final total of 240 runs within their 50 overs.
Australia initially struggled at 47/3 within 7 overs. Yet, Travis Head’s partnership with Marnus Labuschagne, amassing 192 runs, completely shifted the match’s dynamics. Head’s remarkable innings of 137 runs played a pivotal role, clinching Australia’s sixth ODI World Cup title.