Australia won their first ICC Men’s T20 World Cup at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday. The eight-wicket triumph was designed earnestly to such an extent that New Zealand didn’t have a sniff of a possibility in the last. David Warner’s 38-ball 53 and Mitchell Marsh’s unbeaten 77 out of 50 balls assisted Australia with pursuing down New Zealand’s absolute of 172 with 1.1 overs to save.
After New Zealand were put to bat, captain Kane Williams struck a 47-ball 85 to control his side to 172/4 out of 20 overs subsequent to being dropped on 21. New Zealand slithered to 32/1 toward the finish of powerplay and were 57/1 out of 10 overs before Williamson assumed responsibility. In any case, the complete was never enough on a decent batting track
Everything’s finished. Australia win their first T20 World Cup. They win by eight wickets as they finish at 173/2 in 18.5 overs
Also, they have 12 balls to arrive at the objective. 162/2 out of 18 overs. There’s only one champ in this match. Furthermore, that is Australia.
Boult missed a got and bowled chance off Marsh. However, it wouldn’t have made a difference with Australia driving away to the objective. 14 required from 18 balls. 159/2 out of 17 overs
Australia are currently playing with the New Zealand bowling. They need just 17 from 21 balls. 156/2 in 16.3 overs
The fall of Warner hasn’t eased back the Aussie walk. Triumph is 37 flees and they have 5 overs to do it. Bog has been serious on the bowlers and Glenn Maxwell too participated in this Milne over. 136/2 of every 15 overs
The second fifty for Australia. He arrives at the milestone by dispatching Sodhi straight into the stands. Bog is tenacious. Australia need 50 out of 39 balls.
Warner at 53 is bowled by Trent Boult. Here’s New Zealand’s opportunity to arrange a rebound. Australia are 107/2 in 12.2 overs
Bog’s force misses the mark regarding the defender at square leg, as Australia’s 100 is up. Nine runs from Santer’s finished and Australia need 67 from 48 balls.
Jimmy Neesham’s over was expensive. 16 runs came from it, as Australia dashed to 97/1 out of 11 overs with Warner and Marsh grabbing a six each. Match has gotten out of New Zealand’s grip as Australia are pursuing in skillful style.
Santner limits the scoring to five from the over, yet at the same time no indication of a wicket. Australia are 81/1 out of 10 overs. The midway sign of their innings. The Australian pursue is on course.
Warner gives a stowing away to Sodhi. Two fours and six and 17 runs come from the over. Australia are 77/1 of every 9 overs. New Zealand need a wicket to pull it back.