In an exciting Super 8 match of the ICC Men's t20 world cup 2024, india defeated australia handily on june 24 at the Daren Sammy National cricket Stadium in St. Lucia, spearheaded by Rohit Sharma. India's victory, by a margin of 24 runs, not only leaves australia in a vulnerable position but also opens up a clear road for afghanistan to go to the semifinals should they overcome bangladesh on june 25.

This victory is especially pleasing to indian cricket supporters as it is a sweet form of retaliation after the devastating loss experienced in the 2023 ODI world cup final in Ahmedabad's narendra modi Stadium. Fans expressed their sorrow on social media as a result of the loss's lingering memories.

Following Rohit Sharma's spectacular display against australia, indian supporters are now rejoicing at the shift in the story and are looking forward to seeing more memes and postings. rohit sharma demonstrated his skill during the game by hitting a scorching 92 runs off of only 41 balls. His remarkable over against Mitchell Starc, in which he hit 29 runs, including four enormous sixes, one of which soared an amazing 100 meters, was the highlight of his innings.

In addition to breaking other milestones throughout his innings, Rohit became the first player to hit 200 sixes in T20Is. He surpassed Jos Buttler and David Warner to become the second-highest six-hitter in t20 world cup history with his eight sixes in this innings. Even though he didn't reach a century, Rohit's performance was outstanding; it broke Yuvraj Singh's record for the most sixes in an innings at the Twenty20 world cup and established a new mark for the quickest fifty by a skipper in the competition's history.

Indian supporters were not deterred by Starc's rejection of him; instead, they poured plaudits and jubilation throughout social media. With only two points from three Super 8 games, Australia's prospects of making the semifinals now rest on Bangladesh's victory over Afghanistan. But given their patchy play, which included an unexpected defeat to afghanistan, Australia's future is in jeopardy.

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