When the 90s was coming to an end, a team was emerging which needed skill to defeat, but luck was also needed on that day. Apart from this, some umpire’s wrong decisions. If one of these things is not there then this team cannot be defeated. The name of that team was Australia.
It is too early to say whether Australia will become the same old team after defeating New Zealand in the T20 World Cup, but Finch’s team showed a glimpse of that old Australia.
After the great players, Australia also won the 2015 ODI World Cup before this but it was played in home conditions. For this reason, today’s victory is being described as bigger than that victory for Australia.
After this victory of Australia, all the cricket fans around the world on Twitter congratulated the Australian team in a funny way. Apart from this, former and present cricketers also congratulated Australia.
Many congratulations Australia on becoming World Champions . You were top class and showed how it’s done. Hazelwood, Warner, Marsh outstanding performances . #T20WorldCupFinal
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) November 14, 2021
— Suresh Raina (@ImRaina) November 14, 2021
Tremendous final, some terrific batting! Williamson played one of the all-time classics, but Warner and Marsh were just unstoppable! Congratulations to Australia on their maiden triumph, New Zealand have nothing to be ashamed of. #T20WorldCup
— VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) November 14, 2021
– Congratulations Australia
— Shoaib Malik (@realshoaibmalik) November 14, 2021
Congratulations to Australia on winning the @T20WorldCup I must admit I didn’t see them being the champion team this tournament. But they’ve silently gone under the radar and came up with the goods every time. Well Played Australia #ICCT20WC
— Daren Sammy (@darensammy88) November 14, 2021
— Aussie Cricket (@Unstoppable_49) November 14, 2021
This Australian Team is not same anymore after 2007 Worldcup.
2015 2021 pic.twitter.com/9cbNghs0sP
– Jyran (@ Jyran45) November 14, 2021
IPL World Cup pic.twitter.com/Ah9EzCM6yO
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) November 14, 2021
– Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) November 14, 2021
— Doordarshan Sports (@ddsportschannel) November 14, 2021
Brilliant half-centuries from Mitchell Marsh (77 not out) and David Warner (53) helped Australia beat New Zealand by eight wickets in a one-sided fashion on Sunday to become champions of the T20 World Cup for the first time.
New Zealand scored a challenging 172 for four in 20 overs in the final of the T20 World Cup on Sunday with captain Kane Williamson’s 85-run captaincy while Australia clinched the title with 173 for two in 18.5 overs. .
Australia has become the sixth team to win the T20 World Cup. New Zealand had lost to England on a boundary countback in the final of the 2019 ODI World Cup but the Kiwis won the title by defeating India in the final of the ICC World Test Championship. Now Australia broke his dream of becoming champion for the first time in the final of the T20 World Cup.
Chasing the target, Australia lost their captain Aaron Finch for 15 runs. Finch could score only five runs, but after that Warner and Marsh shared a 92-run partnership for the second wicket to lead the team to victory.
Warner was dismissed for 107 in 38 balls with the help of four fours and three sixes. But Marsh, along with Glenn Maxwell, took the team to victory. Marsh hit six fours and four sixes in his unbeaten 77 off 50 balls while Maxwell hit four fours and a six in his unbeaten 28 off 18 balls.
Earlier, playing first after losing the toss, Williamson remained at one end with the help of 10 fours and three sixes in 48 balls with the best innings of 85 runs and Marlon Samuels of West Indies was unbeaten in the final of the 2016 T20 World Cup. Equals the best score of 85 runs.
The Kiwi captain scored only 18 runs in 19 balls in the first 10 overs but after that he sharpened his temper, hitting 67 runs in 29 balls. Williamson scored 22 runs in the 16th over of Mitchell Starc’s innings, hitting four fours and a six. He was dismissed as the fourth batsman by Josh Hazlewood in the fifth ball of the 18th over. Hazlewood took three wickets for just 16 runs in four overs.
Opener Martin Guptill scored 28 runs in 35 balls with the help of three fours, Daryl Mitchell made 11 runs in eight balls with the help of a six, Glenn Phillips scored 18 runs in 17 balls with the help of one four and one six, James Neesham scored seven runs in seven balls. 13 not out with the help of a six and Tim Seifert scored eight not out off six balls with the help of a four.