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Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Dubai

Published by: Shaktiraj Singh
Updated Mon, 15 Nov 2021 12:59 AM IST

Summary

After losing the toss in the final match against Australia, New Zealand became the team to score the highest score in the final of the T20 World Cup. The Kiwi team scored 172 runs, but the pair of Warner and Marsh took 92 runs for the second wicket and gave Australia the World Cup.

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Australia defeated New Zealand by eight wickets in the final match of the T20 World Cup. In this match, the Kiwi team, who came to bat after losing the toss, did not lose courage and thanks to Williamson’s brilliant 85, set a target of 173 runs in front of Australia. Australia’s start in reply was nothing special, but Warner and Marsh handled the innings and knocked New Zealand out of the match. Later Maxwell finished the match with Marsh. Here we are telling that due to which the Australian team was able to win this match and win the T20 trophy for the first time.

Marsh and Warner pair snatched the match from Kiwis
In the final match, Mitchell Marsh and David Warner shared a 92-run partnership for the second wicket and put the match in Australia’s court. Warner played a brilliant innings of 53 runs in 38 balls and when he was dismissed, Australia needed 66 runs from 46 balls. It was not a difficult task when batting in the second innings on the Dubai pitch, as Australia had eight wickets left. At the same time, Marsh made the fastest half-century of the T20 World Cup final. He scored fifty in just 31 balls. Marsh scored 77 runs in 50 balls.

Australia got the advantage of batting later
Batting first in Dubai, New Zealand had scored a good score, but Australia had the advantage of batting later. In the second innings, the pitch became flat and the ball started coming easily on the bat. Australia’s wickets fell but New Zealand could not keep the pressure as the new batsmen were also able to easily hit big shots in the second innings. Mitchell Marsh and Maxwell played big shots as soon as the wicket came and did not let the pressure build on themselves.

ish sodhi flop show
Before this match, Ish Sodhi was considered to be the biggest threat to Australia, but the Kangaroo batsman had come prepared against him. From the very beginning, the Australian batsmen made big shots against him and increased the pressure on him. Later, Sodhi also bowled poorly and looted runs. Australia scored 40 runs in their three overs and they did not even get any wicket.

All Kiwi bowlers fail except Bolt
Trent Boult and Santner-Sodhi pair were expected to play in this match, but except for Boult, none of the bowlers could perform as per the expectations. Boult took two wickets for 18 runs in four overs. Apart from him, none of the Kiwi bowlers could take wickets. On the other hand, the pair of Santner and Sodhi spent 63 runs in their six overs.

Guptill’s slow innings is also the last
New Zealand opener Martin Guptill batted very slowly in the beginning of the first innings. He is generally known for playing explosive innings, but in this match he scored 28 runs in 35 balls. He didn’t take advantage of the powerplay. Due to this New Zealand could not score close to 200 runs. If the Kiwis could target around 200, then the pressure could have been put on Australia.

Kiwi lost the toss but did not dare
The importance of the toss remains very high in the Dubai ground. Most of the matches here have been won by the teams that bowled first. For this reason Australia won the toss and decided to bowl first. However, the New Zealand players were not as frustrated as India and they batted well. New Zealand scored 57 runs in the first 10 overs, but lost only one wicket. He added 115 runs in the next 10 overs. With this, he made the biggest score in the final of the T20 World Cup.

Williamson’s Amazing
Kane was out of shape in this tournament and his strike rate was less than 100, but in this match he returned to form and scored 85 runs, which is the joint-highest score in the ICC T20 World Cup. He scored 18 runs in the first 19 balls. He then changed gears and scored 67 runs in 29 balls. After playing 19 balls, he scored runs at a strike rate of 231.03.

Australia’s poor fielding
Australia’s fielding in this match was very poor. He dropped the catches of important players like Guptill and Williamson. Kangaroos had to bear the brunt of dropping two important catches. Guptill did not play, but Williamson played a big innings of 85 runs to take New Zealand’s score to 172 runs. Had Josh Hazlewood caught Williamson at that time, the Kiwis could have been stopped cheaply.

Poor bowling by Starc and Maxwell
Australia’s leading bowler Mitchell Starc plundered runs in this match. He did not take any wicket in this match and gave 60 runs in four overs. During this he also did one no ball and two wide balls. His economy was 15. At the same time, his teammates Hazlewood and Cummins gave 43 runs in eight overs and also took three wickets. Had Starc also supported him, New Zealand could have been stopped within 150 runs. Along with this, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh also bowled poorly and conceded 39 runs in four overs.

Expansion

Australia defeated New Zealand by eight wickets in the final match of the T20 World Cup. In this match, the Kiwi team, who came to bat after losing the toss, did not lose courage and thanks to Williamson’s brilliant 85, set a target of 173 runs in front of Australia. Australia’s start in reply was nothing special, but Warner and Marsh handled the innings and knocked New Zealand out of the match. Later Maxwell finished the match with Marsh. Here we are telling that due to which the team of Australia was able to win this match and win the T20 trophy for the first time.

Marsh and Warner pair snatched the match from Kiwis

In the final match, Mitchell Marsh and David Warner shared a 92-run partnership for the second wicket and put the match in Australia’s court. Warner played a brilliant innings of 53 runs in 38 balls and when he was dismissed, Australia needed 66 runs from 46 balls. It was not a difficult task when batting in the second innings on the Dubai pitch, as Australia had eight wickets left. At the same time, Marsh made the fastest half-century of the T20 World Cup final. He scored fifty in just 31 balls. Marsh scored 77 runs in 50 balls.

Australia got the advantage of batting later

Batting first in Dubai, New Zealand had scored a good score, but Australia had the advantage of batting later. In the second innings, the pitch became flat and the ball started coming easily on the bat. Australia’s wickets fell but New Zealand could not keep the pressure as the new batsmen were also able to easily hit big shots in the second innings. Mitchell Marsh and Maxwell played big shots as soon as the wicket came and did not let the pressure build on themselves.

ish sodhi flop show

Before this match, Ish Sodhi was considered to be the biggest threat to Australia, but the Kangaroo batsman had come prepared against him. From the very beginning, the Australian batsmen made big shots against him and increased the pressure on him. Later, Sodhi also bowled poorly and looted runs. Australia scored 40 runs in their three overs and they did not even get any wicket.

All Kiwi bowlers fail except Bolt

Trent Boult and Santner-Sodhi pair were expected to play in this match, but except for Boult, none of the bowlers could perform as per the expectations. Boult took two wickets for 18 runs in four overs. Apart from him, none of the Kiwi bowlers could take wickets. On the other hand, the pair of Santner and Sodhi spent 63 runs in their six overs.

Guptill’s slow innings is also the last

New Zealand opener Martin Guptill batted very slowly in the beginning of the first innings. He is generally known for playing explosive innings, but in this match he scored 28 runs in 35 balls. He didn’t take advantage of the powerplay. Due to this New Zealand could not score close to 200 runs. If the Kiwis could target around 200, then the pressure could have been put on Australia.

Kiwi lost the toss but did not dare

The importance of the toss remains very high in the Dubai ground. Most of the matches here have been won by the teams that bowled first. For this reason Australia won the toss and decided to bowl first. However, the New Zealand players were not as frustrated as India and they batted well. New Zealand scored 57 runs in the first 10 overs, but lost only one wicket. He added 115 runs in the next 10 overs. With this, he made the biggest score in the final of the T20 World Cup.

Williamson’s Amazing

Kane was out of shape in this tournament and his strike rate was less than 100, but in this match he returned to form and scored 85 runs, which is the joint-highest score in the ICC T20 World Cup. He scored 18 runs in the first 19 balls. He then changed gears and scored 67 runs in 29 balls. After playing 19 balls, he scored runs at a strike rate of 231.03.

Australia’s poor fielding

Australia’s fielding in this match was very poor. He dropped the catches of important players like Guptill and Williamson. Kangaroos had to bear the brunt of dropping two important catches. Guptill did not play, but Williamson played a big innings of 85 runs to take New Zealand’s score to 172 runs. Had Josh Hazlewood caught Williamson at that time, the Kiwis could have been stopped cheaply.

Poor bowling by Starc and Maxwell

Australia’s leading bowler Mitchell Starc plundered runs in this match. He did not take any wicket in this match and gave 60 runs in four overs. During this he also did one no ball and two wide balls. His economy was 15. At the same time, his teammates Hazlewood and Cummins gave 43 runs in eight overs and also took three wickets. Had Starc also supported him, New Zealand could have been stopped within 150 runs. Along with this, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh also bowled poorly and conceded 39 runs in four overs.

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