Dubai: The T20 World Cup being played in the United Arab Emirates has reached its final stage of the final and the team that wins the T20 World Cup trophy in Dubai on 14 November will be awarded a cash prize of around Rs 12 crore (USD 16 lakh). will get.
The total prize money for this tournament is Rs 42 crore (USD 5.6 million). The runner-up team will get $8 lakh (approximately Rs.6 crore) while the losing teams in the semi-finals will be given $400,000 each (approximately Rs.3 crore).
In the first semi-final of the tournament, New Zealand defeated England while Australia defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets in the second semi-final. New Zealand and Australia are face to face in the title match, which has not won the T20 World Cup even once.
For winning every match in the Super 12 stage, the team will get around Rs 30 lakh. A total of 30 matches will be played in this phase. The eight teams that fail to progress after this stage will all be given a prize money of around Rs 52 lakh.
Erasmus and Kettleborough to be on-field umpires for T20 World Cup, Menon to be TV umpire
South Africa’s Marais Erasmus and England’s Richard Kettleborough were on Friday appointed on-field umpires for the T20 World Cup final between Australia and New Zealand in which India’s Nitin Menon will act as the TV umpire.
The ICC (International Cricket Council) said in a statement, “Umpires Marais Erasmus and Richard Kettleborough will assume the responsibility of on-field umpires for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 final to be played between Australia and New Zealand at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday.” ,
Menon, the only Indian umpire in the ICC Elite Panel, will be the TV umpire in the final while former Sri Lankan spinner Kumar Dharmasena will be the fourth umpire.
Menon umpiring in his first men’s World Cup is a big achievement for him. Australia defeated Pakistan in the semi-finals while New Zealand defeated England to reach the final. Ranjan Madugalle will be the match referee.