Australia- new champion of T20
They were a lot behind in the rankings. Before the World Cup, the performance in the field fight was not so glamorous. That's why many on the list of favorites did not consider Australia. It was Australia who reached the final with confidence and stunned the cricket world. Finally they snatched the World Cup title.
At the very beginning the best batsman of the series David Warner hammered the Kiwi bowlers. Mitchell Marsh later joined in the devastating batting. Australia lifted the T20 World Cup title for the first time by defeating New Zealand by 8 wickets. Hold the silver trophy in Aussies hands with a resounding victory - leaving 7 balls in hand.
Despite reaching the final for the first time, England broke the heart of Australia in the 2010 edition. Aussies did not give any chance to the opponent by writing his name in the final for the second time. That's why for the first time in the final, the Black Caps camp was seen touching the title.
However, Australia stumbled in the beginning after losing to opener Aaron Finch. The team score was 17 then. Australia did not have to look back as David Warner and Mitchell Marsh stood at the crease. The two reached the team with a score of 106 runs. In the second wicket, the duo put together a 92-run partnership and laid the foundation for the team's victory.
Dangerous opener Warner played an innings of 53 off 38 balls. Before returning, he took the beautiful innings beyond 50 with 4 boundaries and 3 sixes.
Mitchell Marsh, who went one down, continued to wreak havoc with Warner's return. Glenn Maxwell was the partner for the third wicket to write the 8 * run rate.
The best batsman of the match, Marsh, played a dazzling innings of 66 * off 50 balls with 6 boundaries and 4 sixes and then left the field after leading the team to victory. Maxwell went with Marsh unbeaten on 28 *.
Australia lost 2 wickets in 18.5 overs at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium and reached the target of 173 for victory. Trent Bolt took two wickets for New Zealand, spending 18 in four overs.
Ken Williamson also shone with the bat in the final of the T20 World Cup against Australia. The captain played a cricket innings 85 of 48 balls. New Zealand averaged 172 runs in the allotted 20 overs after losing 4 wickets.
However, the Kiwis did not have a good start. The team lost opener Daryl Mitchell's wicket when they were on 28. But Ken Williamson and Martin Guptill batted quickly and overcame the danger.
Ken Williamson played a remarkable innings of 85 off 48 balls. The Kiwi captain smashed his excellent innings with 10 boundaries and 3 sixes. Earlier, opener Martin Guptill returned to the dressing room with 28 runs. And 11 runs came from Daryl Mitchell's bat.
Glenn Phillips added 18 and James Neesham added 13*. Josh Hazlewood took three wickets for Australia alone. Adam Jampa got another wicket.
Earlier, New Zealand captain Ken Williamson's toss did not help. Australian captain Aaron Finch won the toss. The Aussie captain made no mistake in choosing to bowl after winning the toss against New Zealand in the T20 World Cup final.
So in the beginning New Zealand was on the field with the bat. This is where New Zealand lags behind. The dew makes it difficult for the Kiwis to bowl at the end. Whose high price is to pay for the title.