Watch: Ricky Ponting's Misbehavior Viral Video Resurfaces Ahead of IND vs AUS World Cup 2023 Final

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Viral Video from 2006 Creates Stir as India and Australia Gear Up for Title Clash

IND vs AUS World Cup 2023 Final

IND vs AUS World Cup 2023 Final: In a surprising turn of events, a video from 2006 featuring Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting's controversial behavior towards the then BCCI President Sharad Pawar has resurfaced on social media. As the cricketing world eagerly awaits the World Cup 2023 final showdown between India and Australia on Sunday (November 19) at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, the viral footage has reignited discussions about Ponting's past conduct.

The video captures the moment when Ricky Ponting, after winning the ICC Champions Trophy in 2006, allegedly misbehaved with Sharad Pawar. In the footage, Ponting is seen taking the trophy away from the BCCI President and instructing him to step down from the stage. The resurfacing of this video on social media has sparked outrage among fans, with many expressing their discontent and calling for redemption in the upcoming World Cup final.


Although Ricky Ponting had issued an apology for the incident in question, the revived video has fueled anger among Indian fans. Social media platforms are abuzz with discussions, with fans asserting that the World Cup final presents an opportune moment for Team India to avenge the past misbehavior by securing victory against Australia.

Road to the Final:

Both India and Australia secured their places in the World Cup final with commendable performances. Team India clinched a spot in the final by defeating New Zealand by 70 runs in the semi-finals, while Australia overcame South Africa by 3 wickets in the second semi-final. The upcoming title match is anticipated to be a thrilling encounter, especially considering their previous clash in the league stage, where Team India emerged victorious by 6 wickets.

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