Cricket fan dies of ‘heart attack’ after India’s defeat in World Cup
Yadav is said to have suffered a heart attack after seeing Indian team captain Rohit Sharma shed tears after the defeat.
KATHMANDU: An Indian fan died of a heart attack after the Indian side fell to Australia in the final of the ICC One-Day International World Cup.
Australia defeated India by six wickets in the final on Sunday night at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, winning the ODI World Cup for a record sixth time.
Indian fans were more optimistic that India will win the ODI World Cup at home this time. As the Indian team won all nine games in the preliminary round and advanced to the semi-finals, Indian fans were more optimistic about winning the championship.
Furthermore, the Indian team overcame past runner-up New Zealand in the semi-finals. Furthermore, India was defeated by Australia by a significant margin in the early rounds of the event.
However, after Australia shockingly upset their side in the final, an Australian fan died of a heart attack in the Andhra Pradesh region of Tirupati, according to Indian media. Jyotis Kumar Yadav, 32, died of a heart attack, according to Indian media.
He was a computer engineer by profession. From the beginning, he was sitting in his house watching the final match of the World Cup.
He felt uncomfortable after the Indian team lost in the match. Yadav is said to have suffered a heart attack after seeing Indian team captain Rohit Sharma shed tears after the defeat.
According to Yadav’s relatives, he had a heart attack after witnessing Rohit Sharma cry on television. He was transported to a hospital in Tirupati immediately. However, he died before being transferred to the hospital, according to the physicians.
Yadav married some time ago, according to family members. According to the report, Tirupati Rural Development Committee Chair Mohith Reddy paid his homage to Yadav on Monday.