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ICC Reports Record-Breaking 1.2 Million Spectators at India’s World Cup Matches

Hey, did you catch the news? The ICC just shared something huge about the World Cup in India. It broke records! They announced that this World Cup became the most-watched ICC event ever, with over 1.2 million people attending live. That’s a massive milestone!

The ICC just dropped some numbers about the World Cup in India. Get this: a whopping 1,250,307 fans showed up over six weeks! That’s more than the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, which had 1,016,420 fans. Even compared to the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales with 752,000 attendees, this one was massive! Australia won it, claiming their sixth championship title.

During that match between South Africa and Afghanistan in Ahmedabad, they hit the one-million attendance mark, breaking the record. The final between India and Australia in the same stadium had a massive 90,000+ crowd.

The ICC mentioned the event not just for the huge turnout but also for setting new records in broadcast and online views worldwide. Australia’s win over India in the final denied the home team a victory.

Led by Pat Cummins, Australia snagged their sixth ODI title, wrapping up an incredible two-year run of winning all three ICC trophies. They clinched the T20 World Cup, World Test Championship, and ODI World Cup, showing they’re the cricket champs.

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