On Sunday, November 19, sees India take on Australia in the coveted ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 final at the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad. Ahead of the final, here's a look back at some of the top moments from the marquee tournament.
South African skipper Temba Bavuma reacts after seeing his side lose out narrowly to finalists Australia in their semi-final clash in Kolkata.
What a tournament Virat Kohli is having! Here he's seen reacting after reaching his 50th ODI century and surpassing Sachin Tendulkar's record of 49 tons.
One of the image of the tournament. Virat Kohli's reaction says it all after finally reaching the 50 centuries landmark at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
Australian players here are seen greeting double-centurion Glenn Maxwell after the all-rounder's heroics against Afghanistan in the league stage.
A controversy that hogged the headlines! Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews was dismissed via timed out after Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan successfully appealed.
Despite ended up on the losing side, New Zealand all-rounder Rachin Ravindra takes in the plaudits after his bringing up his century. Ravindra was the find of the tournament with 578 runs in 10 games.
Proteas' Keshav Maharaj here seen reacting after he took his side towards victory from the jaws of defeat against Pakistan. Pakistan had South Africa on the mat but the Proteas managed to win by 1 wicket.
English skipper Jos Buttler walks back to the pavilion. The reigning champions had a dismal outing at the World Cup by managing to win just three games from a given 9 matches.
Afghanistan team's lap of honour was one of the moments of the tournament. The Afghan side showed the world that they are no pushovers as they managed to beat Sri Lanka, England, Pakistan and narrowly came close to winning against Australia if it hadn't been for Glenn Maxwell.
One of the results of the tournament - The Netherlands sent shockwaves when they beat South Africa by 38 runs at Dharamsala.
Afghanistan continued to impress in the tournament when they beat the mighty England in Delhi.
South Africa's Aiden Markram had a great start to the Cricket World Cup 2023 when scored the then-fastest ton at the tournament (in 40 balls).
The tournament kick-started with the 2019 World Cup finalists - New Zealand and England. However in this game, Kiwis emerged victorious thanks to tons from Devon Conway (in pic) and Rachin Ravindra.