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Modi walks around the ground with the Australian PM

Modi walks around the ground with the Australian PM

Modi walks around the ground with the Australian PM: Both present caps to their respective captains; stand with the team during the national anthem

The start of the fourth and final Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy between India and Australia in Ahmedabad became memorable. The Prime Ministers of both countries were present. PM Narendra Modi led by Australian PM Anthony Albanese. Both reached the ground together. Both first met the players of their respective countries.

Modi wore the cap to Rohit and Albanese to Steve Smith. During this, Modi pulled Albanese, who was talking to his captain and asked him to pose for a photo. Then the historic photo of two captains and two PMs were clicked at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Modi and Albanese also took a tour of the grounds in a golf car.

Modi was seen standing with Team India during the national anthem.

PM Modi along with Captain Rohit Sharma reached the ground, where Rohit gave him the introduction of all the players. PM shook hands with all the players of Team India. After this, he stood just before Rohit Sharma in the national anthem. After the national anthem, he returned to the stands with PM Albanese.

PM Modi had reached the stadium at 8.30 am. After watching the match for the first half an hour, he left for Raj Bhavan.

Can become the biggest record for viewership
Ahmedabad’s cricket stadium is the stadium with the largest audience capacity in the world. It can seat 1.32 lakh spectators. It is expected that during this match, the world record of the largest number of spectators in a day can also be made. The current world record is in the name of Melbourne Cricket Ground (Australia). There were 91,112 spectators in a single day during the Ashes series match in 2014.