T20 World Cup, Finale: Wanted to be out and present, says Mitchell Marsh
Australian batsman Mitchell Marsh expressed joy after his aspect beat New Zealand with eight wickets in the ultimate game of the ICC Men's 2021 T20 World Cup on Sunday. Mitchell Marsh and David Warner scored 77 and 53 respectively when Australia clinched their first T20 World Cup title on Sunday at the Dubai Worldwide Stadium. Within the summit conflict, Australia outclassed New Zealand by eight wickets with seven balls remaining, chasing a 173 goal.
“A lot of people say that, but I don't have the right sentences right now. Six incredible weeks with this group. The teachers here have as much as I have within the West Indies and said you can beat three for this event / collection. Completely jumped at the thought. Played a bit of it for the Scorchers, ”said Mitchell Marsh in a post-game presentation.
“I have to thank everyone in Help for supporting me. Not much to think about (first ball for six). Just wanted to go to the market and be present. The great Marcus Stoinis keeps talking about being present, ”he added. On the hunt for 173, Australia got a foul start because the Aspect misplaced its skipper Aaron Finch (5) in the third over of the inning when he was sent back to the pavilion by Trent Boult. Mitchell Marsh joined David Warner at the center and the duo raised the staff's rating to 43/1 after topping the power play.
Warner had a particular fondness for kiwi spinners Ish Sodhi and Mitchell Santner, and the left-handed batter brought his half-century to the 11th. However, Trent Boult's introduction immediately paid off when he cleared Warner, 53, in 13th over and Australia reduced to 107/2.