Aus vs nz Kane Williamson after T20 World Cup final loss Very proud of how we have operated


New Delhi. With the help of half-centuries from Mitchell Marsh and David Warner, Australia won the T20 World Cup for the first time by defeating New Zealand by eight wickets. The New Zealand team, sent to bat first, scored 172 for four with the help of 85 runs in 48 balls by captain Kane Williamson. In response, the ‘players of the big matches’ Warner (53 runs) and Marsh (77 not out) gave the team victory by losing just two wickets with seven balls to spare. The New Zealand team, which had unfortunately lost the final to England in the 50-over World Cup two years ago, once again had to be content with being runners-up in the ICC tournament. The quick innings of Marsh and Warner overshadowed Williamson’s batting.

The captain of the Kiwi team said, “We thought this score was good but Australia chased it well. They are a great team and they put up a memorable performance throughout the tournament.” Asked if the score was enough, he said, “Can’t say. We felt the same way. We were not far behind but Australia did not give us any chance. Despite this, I am proud of the performance of the team.

Australia captain Aaron Finch said, “Proud to win the T20 World Cup for the first time. The team performed brilliantly throughout the tournament. People had tied our sack bed but we didn’t give up and came back well.” He said, “In my view, Adam Zampa was the best player of the tournament. He took big wickets by bowling brilliantly. Mitchell Marsh created pressure from the very first ball. Matthew Wade teamed up with Marcus Stoinis in the semifinals.

Mitchell Marsh, who was named ‘Player of the Match’, said that he wanted to contribute to the team’s victory in the final and was glad that he could do so. He said, “I wanted to make my presence felt in this match and it happened. I played my natural game and now I have no words to express my happiness. These six weeks were memorable.” He said, “The coaching staff in the West Indies told me that I would bat at number three in the T20 World Cup and I gladly accepted it. I am thankful to the coaching staff who put their trust in me.

David Warner, the T20 World Cup player of the tournament, said he just kept his “basics” strong after making a spectacular comeback in the IPL team after being dropped from the playing XI a few weeks ago. He said, “I always believed in myself and I practiced batting on hard wickets while keeping the basics strong. It’s a great team, great support staff and amazing supporters all over the world. We have always wanted to play the best for him and we are glad to be able to do so today.”

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