NEW DELHI, Nov 20 (Agencies): The jubilant celebrations for Australia's record sixth World Cup title have commenced as Pat Cummins, leading the victorious Australian team, posed with the coveted trophy on a Sabarmati river cruise boat in Ahmedabad on Monday.
The festivities follow Australia's impressive six-wicket triumph over the previously unbeaten Indian side at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday.
Pat Cummins, captaining the Australian team, led the players in celebrating their remarkable achievement with a river cruise on the Sabarmati on Monday.
Cummins, holding the World Cup trophy, captured the essence of the victory against the backdrop of a serene yet vibrant environment.
Expressing his ecstasy after the victory, Cummins acknowledged that the team saved their best for the final game, stating, "I think we saved our best for last. Couple of big match players stood up, and we're pretty stuffed. We've been batting first pretty much for the whole tournament. Today we thought, it's a good night to chase down, we thought it might actually get a little bit easier. Everyone was pretty keen to get out there. This year will be remembered for a long, long time, and we had a lot of success over the winter, and this one peaks it all. At the top of the mountain."
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