There are reports suggesting that Mahendra Singh Dhoni, along with other esteemed former winning captains, may be present at the final match between India and Australia. The International Cricket Council (ICC) is planning to invite all former World Cup winning captains to witness the highly anticipated final on Sunday, November 19th. However, there is uncertainty surrounding the attendance of Imran Khan, the victorious captain of the 1992 World Cup-winning Pakistani team. In the meantime, the Indian Air Force’s aerobatic team, Surya Kiran, conducted a rehearsal for the upcoming air show scheduled to take place before the Cricket World Cup final. An official confirmed that the Surya Kiran team showcased their skills and will continue to rehearse for a flawless performance. The aerobatic team will mesmerize the audience for a 10-minute display just before the start of the final match. Team India remained undefeated throughout the tournament, culminating in an exceptional performance in the semifinals against New Zealand. Virat Kohli made history by becoming the first individual to achieve fifty centuries in One Day International cricket. India’s formidable score of 397/4 exerted immense pressure on New Zealand. Shami emerged as the leading wicket-taker in the tournament, amassing an astonishing 24 wickets from six games, with an average of a mere 9.13.