A day after winning the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, Australian captain Pat Cummins on Monday posed for photos with the trophy on a Sabarmati river cruise vessel housing a restaurant in Ahmedabad. Australia defeated hosts India by 6 wickets on Sunday in the final match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera in Ahmedabad to lift the ODI World Cup for the sixth time -- the most by any team in the world. Cummins, along with International Cricket Council (ICC) officials, reached the iconic Sabarmati Riverfront in the morning and boarded a floating restaurant named 'Akshar River Cruise' in the river for a photoshoot with the trophy.
Australian skipper Pat Cummins posing with the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 trophy at the famous Sabarmati river in Gujarat.
Pat Cummins led Australia to their sixth World Cup title as they defeated India in the final by six-wickets.
Pat Cummins has now bagged the WTC Mace, the Ashes urn and now the ODI Cricket World Cup trophy, all in the same year.
Australian captain Pat Cummins holds the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup trophy during a photo shoot amid a ride of the Sabarmati River Cruise, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Australia's captain Pat Cummins holds the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup trophy during a photo shoot on a cruise boat in the Sabarmati River a day after winning final match against India in Ahmedabad.