All ten team captains gathered in Ahmedabad for the Captain’s Day ceremony prior to the major tournament, the ICC World Cup 2023, which is about to begin. They spoke to the media and discussed their plans during this gathering.
The moment the captains posed with the World Cup Trophy was one of the event’s most exciting moments, and it was captured on camera and sent to the ICC’s social media accounts.
Eoin Morgan, the former captain of England who guided his team to victory in the most recent competition, was featured in the film. ‘Dil Jashn Bole,’ the official tournament anthem, played in the background, heightening the tension.
Another development is that the defending champions, England, are preparing to face New Zealand in the opening game of the ICC World Cup 2023. The English team’s captain, Jos Buttler, stated that the thrill of their World Cup victory in 2019 has subsided and that they now view the other nine countries in the competition on an equal footing.
The captains of all 10 teams gathered at the ICC’s Captain’s Day event to talk about the upcoming 48-game competition, which will be played over 10 sites over 45 days.
Buttler highlighted that they are only focused on trying to win the event and are no longer the defending champions.