India vs Australia final draws in nearly five times as many fans as McGregor vs Nurmagomedov


The final match between India against Australia attracts almost five times as many spectators as the McGregor-Nurmagomedov bout.

In a clash between sporting spectacles, India and Australia’s final match in the World Cup ODI Tournament took center stage. It attracted an astonishing number fans. The match at the Narendra Modi Stadium was attended by a large number of fans, dwarfing the attendance for the highly anticipated UFC 229 between Conor McGregor, Khabib Nurmagomedov.

India vs Australia Final draws huge crowds, surpassing McGregor and Nurmagomedov Showdown

Cricket fans all over the world tuned in on November 19th to watch the exciting showdown between India vs Australia in the World Cup final ODI.

The stakes were high as Australia was aiming for their sixth ODI World Cup. The Narendra Modi Stadium with its 132,000 seats was buzzing as 92.453 spectators filled it, creating a electric atmosphere.

Australia triumphed in a fiercely contested game, securing their record-breaking sixth ODI World Cup. Australia’s batting was exceptional as they chased India’s total and won by six wickets.

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The Narendra Modi Stadium has a huge capacity, but nearly 70% of seats were filled, demonstrating the nation’s passion for sport.

The India vs Australia final saw a huge turnout. However, it’s interesting to note that attendance for the” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener”>McGregor The vs Nurmagomedov battle paled in contrast.

The UFC 229 match, which took place at the T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, was attended by 20,034 spectators. The event sold out quickly, but the difference in numbers between both sporting events is astounding.

The India-Australia final of the World Cup ODI Tournament showcased the enormous popularity of cricket. Nearly 92,453 people flocked to Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.

This record-breaking crowd outshone the crowd at McGregor vs Nurmagomedov, highlighting cricket’s enduring appeal as a global sports.

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