Prime Minister Narendra Modi has graced the ICC World Cup final with his presence in Ahmedabad as India lock horns with Australia in the summit clash.
The PM arrived towards the end of India's innings in the final powerplay. PM Modi is likely to keep his stay short in the stadium.
Meanwhile, Australia have bowled out India for 240 in 50 overs after electing to bowl first on a slow pitch.
Sent in to bat on a slow and dry pitch, skipper Rohit Sharma once again provided India a flying start with a 31-ball 47 but Australia fought back, snapping three wickets to reduce the hosts to 81 for 3.
Kohli (54) and Rahul (66) then tried to resurrect the Indian innings, adding 67 runs before Pat Cummins removed the former. It was a struggle thereafter, as India failed to find the boundaries.Suryakumar Yadav (18) also couldn't make a mark at the back end.
For Australia, Mitchell Starc (3/55) picked three wickets, while Pat Cummins (2/34), Josh Hazlewood (2/60), Glenn Maxwell (1/35) and Adam Zampa (1/44) were the other wicket-takers.