The Twenty20 World Cup in 2021 David Warner and Shaun Marsh shared a 92-run second-wicket partnership to help Australia reach their total of 173 with seven balls to spare in Dubai. To their five 50-over World Cup triumphs, the Australians can now add a T20 World Cup title.
T20 World Cup champions Australia beat New Zealand by an eight-wicket margin on Sunday. On top of five 50-over world cups and two Champions Trophy championships, Australia has now won the World Cricket Championships’s shortest format. From the competition, these are a few of the most memorable moments
Fantastic quartet of four.
Ireland defeated the Netherlands by seven wickets thanks to Curtis Campher’s four wickets in four balls. While Campher scored four goals, the Netherlands were bowled out for just 106. In 2019, Campher joined Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan and Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga as the third T20 International bowler to record four wickets in four balls.
Is it possible to overcome India’s curse with Pakistan?
Pakistan defeated India by a margin of ten wickets to win their first T20 World Cup. Both Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan bowled undefeated half-centuries. After a 152-run deficit, Babar and Rizwan rallied their team to victory in Dubai with just 13 balls to spare. Shaheen Shah Afridi’s 3-31 helped Pakistan achieve their first win against India in six attempts and a 151-run victory against their arch-rivals.
It’s time for De Kock to declare his intentions.
He has withdrew from South Africa’s match with the West Indies because he refused to kneel. After Cricket South Africa (CSA) issued a directive to all players at the competition to partake in the anti-racism gesture, the 28-year-old made a stunning decision. Two days later, De Kock apologised and said he would be happy to stand with the rest of the team.
As long as it serves to educate and enhance the lives of others, “I am more than happy to take a knee,” he said.
Trolls who are “spinless and pathetic” have enraged Kohli.
“Spineless” and “pathetic” Indian cricket supporters blamed for the loss to Pakistan, Virat Kohli said.
A reason we’re on the pitch, rather than a group of “weak people on social media who lack the courage to interact with anyone in person,” Kohli said.
Attacking someone’s religious beliefs is the saddest thing a human can do.
Before the event, they were the clear favourites. India lost against New Zealand and missed out on a place in the semi-finals of the World Cricket Championships.
A one-on-one lesson from Buttler
Jos Buttler’s first century of the World Cup helped England to a 26-run victory over Sri Lanka. England’s total of 163 for four was boosted by Buttler’s unbeaten 101. When Buttler reached his century in the 67th over of his innings, he had hit six fours and six sixes.
Doubtful, but possible.
The young Sri Lankan team remains a strong contender for the World Cup finals in Australia in 2022, despite being eliminated from the Super 12 competition.
Wanindu Hasaranga grabbed 16 wickets at under 10 runs per over. An outstanding all-rounder, Wanindu Hasaranga took 16 wickets for an average of under 10 runs per over.
Mickey Arthur described Hasaranga as a “one-of-a-kind cricketer.”
A generation has come to an end, he said.
A generation has ended, according to West Indies skipper Kieron Pollard. The Windies lost by eight wickets to Australia in their final group encounter. Australian T20 champions in 2012 and 2016, Bravo, 38, and Gayle, 42, received a guard of honour in Abu Dhabi.
From a hospital bed to the semi-finals: Rizwan
Mohammad Rizwan scored 67 runs in Pakistan’s semi-final loss to Australia, despite having spent the previous two days in an urgent care centre owing to a chest issue. “Because of his severe chest infection, doctors were forced to admit Mohammad Rizwan to the hospital. He spent two nights in the intensive care unit recovering “According to Pakistan’s team doctor, Najeeb Somroo.
“Before the game, he was cleared to play after making an impressive comeback from his previous injury. His tenacity and dedication to his country are on full display, as is his patriotic outlook.”
Conway flings a punch.
Conway had to retire from the final after breaking his right hand after banging his bat after being bowled out for 46 in New Zealand’s semi-final victory over England.
“It’s not the best decision he’s ever made,” New Zealand coach Gary Stead said of the decision.
For Australians, the long wait is over.
Australia won the Twenty20 World Cup for the first time with an eight-wicket victory over New Zealand, with to Mitchell Marsh’s unbeaten 77. Captain Aaron Finch called the victory “huge.”
It took Australia just seven balls to complete their target in Dubai, where they were chasing 173 and depended on a second-wicket stand of 92 runs between series hero David Warner (53).
To go along with its five 50-over World Cup victories, Australia has now won the T20 World Cup.
After being asked to bat, New Zealand’s Kane Williamson scored 85.