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Australia retorts to Marnus Labuschagne’s ODI World Cup 2023 snub, saying, “Not in My Control”. Australia batsman Marnus Labuschagne claimed that securing an ICC Cricket World Cup spot is not in his control and that all he can do is to enjoy his game after scoring the match-winning century against South Africa in the second ODI. He also added that he thought he could have scored more. Following their overwhelming performance against South Africa in the second ODI of the three-match ODI series, when they defeated them by 123 runs, Australia clinched their position atop the ICC Men’s ODI rankings by dethroning Pakistan.

Many of them are family members. An extra little bit of pressure is usually wonderful. Being able to score some runs in front of loved ones is pleasant. I still believe I left a few runs unfinished; I believed I might have opened up and led us to position 430. However, the game leaves you wanting more, as it always does. 

You must find fulfillment. I was pleased with the approach we took. With the bat, we had a tremendous start and immediately put pressure on them. One of the factors that I have no control over is the WC spot. In a post-match presentation, the Australian batter stated, “My thing is just loving playing cricket.

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My responsibility is to stay healthy because, as I told Shamsi, “If I go home, I get to see my daughter; if I go to the World Cup, I get to play a World Cup for Australia.”

Since he replaced Cameron Green in the first ODI against the Proteas due to a concussion, Labuschagne has made a timely statement after being disqualified from the World Cup due to his dismal ODI performances since 2022.

Labuschagne has made it obvious that he wants to be a serious white-ball player as well, whose presence in any major tournament should not be questioned, with a brave 80* in 93 balls in a difficult situation in that match and now a century.

With 204 runs, he has the most runs scored in the series and has won “Player of the Match” accolades in both games.

Additionally, Labuschagne mentioned his 1,000 ODI runs. He has 1,051 runs scored in 32 ODIs and 30 innings for an average of 37.53 and an SR of 86.85, including two centuries and seven fifties. He has scored 247 ODI runs this year in four innings, averaging over 82.33 with one century and a fifty.

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