T20 World Cup 2021 Final: Third place .. Won the team .. | T20 World Cup: I jumped at the opportunity of batting No. 3, says Mitch Marsh after Australia win maiden title

T20 World Cup 2021 Final: Third place .. Won the team ..

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All-rounder Mitchell Marsh was instrumental in Australia’s victory in the T20 World Cup final. The Aussies beat New Zealand in the final at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday. Mitchell Marsh scored 77 in the match to give the team the victory. Marsh, who was promoted to No. 3 in the tournament, added 92 for the second wicket with David Warner (53) to turn the game in Australia’s favor. The 30-year-old was named Player of the Match for his outstanding performance.

“A lot of people say that, but I have no words right now. Wonderful six weeks with this team. ”The coaching staff came up to me and said you will be batting in third place for this tournament. I got the chance. (First ball six) not thinking about. I want to go out there and have a presence. Big Marcus Stoinis always talks about having a presence. I wanted to have a presence, to be in competition, to go out there and play my game. This is unbelievable. ” Said Marsh.

Batting first in the match, New Zealand struggled to move forward. Williamson hit the scoreboard with the game. Hazlewood dropped the catch given by Williamson at 21 runs. Williamson hit 85 off 48 balls with three sixes and 10 fours. The Kiwis lost four wickets in the allotted 20 overs and scored 172 runs. Among the Australian bowlers, Starc gave up 60 runs in four overs and took two wickets. Cummins took two wickets. Hazlewood hit the ball for Australia. He gave up just 16 runs in four overs.

Australia then lost Finch’s wicket in the third over. But Mitchell Marsh, who came to bat next, played beyond. Warner also increased the speed. Warner struck out 53 off 38 balls in the sequence. Maxie, who came next, also scored 28 off 18 balls to help the team win.

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