Tirupati: Youth passes away due to heart attack after watching India’s heartbreaking loss in 2023 CWC final

A youth from Tirupati passed away due to heart attack after watching the aftermath of India's defeat in the 2023 World Cup final on Sunday.

Tirupati: In a heart-wrenching turn of event, a youth from Tirupati mandal Durgasamudra passed away due to heart attack after watching the aftermath of India’s defeat in the 2023 World Cup final on Sunday.

The youth, identified as Jyoti Kumar Yadav was rushed to the hospital following the Men in Blue’s loss, but doctors pronounced him dead on arrival.

The cricket enthusiast had been unable to withstand the emotional intensity of the moment as Team India, led by captain Rohit Sharma, faced a disheartening defeat against Australia in the World Cup final in Ahmedabad.

The heartbreak was palpable not only among the players but also resonated with fans worldwide. The atmosphere at the stadium, filled with over 1,30,000 spectators, was one of stunned silence as India fell short of clinching their first ICC trophy since 2013.

Team India’s captain, Rohit Sharma, known for his composed demeanor, could not contain his emotions and broke into tears on the field, reflecting the collective anguish of the nation’s cricket enthusiasts. The likes of Virat Kohli and Mohammed Siraj were also visibly emotional, underlining the immense pressure and expectations on the team.

In a match that held the nation on the edge of its seat, Rohit Sharma showcased his aggressive style of play at the top order. However, the turning point came in the 2nd over when Glenn Maxwell managed to dismiss the Indian skipper after a promising start. Sharma’s attempt to send the ball over the boundary resulted in an edge, leading to a spectacular catch by Travis Head.

Despite a strong start with 80 runs in the initial 10 overs, India struggled to maintain momentum, adding only 160 more runs in the next 40 overs. Australia, on the other hand, chased down the target with ease, largely thanks to a remarkable 137-run inning by Travis Head.

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