New Delhi. In the T20 World Cup final, Australia won the title by defeating New Zealand (AUS vs NZ T20 World Cup final) by 8 wickets. New Zealand had given a target of 173 runs to Australia to win. Which the Kangaroo team completed within 7 balls. Mitchell Marsh of Australia scored an unbeaten 77 off 50 balls. Apart from Marsh, David Warner (53) also scored a half-century. Australia has won the T20 World Cup for the first time. Since this strong victory, everyone was congratulating Australia for the victory, so Indian spinner Amit Mishra also congratulated. But he tweeted and congratulated New Zealand for becoming the world champion instead of Australia.
After this Amit Mishra started trolling. People started coming out with different memes to slam him on social media. One user wrote Amit Bhai, you are fine, because Australia has won the World Cup. Somewhere it is not that you did not watch the match and someone gave you wrong information. One even wrote that perhaps Amit Bhai was watching the match at some other time.
Realizing his mistake, Amit deleted the tweet congratulating New Zealand and then congratulated Australia for becoming the world champion. However, it was late by then and his tweet congratulating the Kiwi team had created a lot of memes.
Australia won the T20 World Cup for the first time
Australia had earlier reached the final of the T20 World Cup in 2010 as well. But then he was defeated by England. However, this time Australia made no mistake and became the sixth country to win the title. Earlier, Australia has won the ODI World Cup 5 times.
Mitchell Marsh named player of the match
Marsh, who played a match-winning innings of 77 runs, was adjudged the player of the match. He said after the match, “I really have no words, it was an amazing 6 weeks with this group. Will love him till the last breath of my life. On the West Indies tour, the coaching staff came to me and said that you will bat at number 3 in the T20 World Cup and I tried my best to capitalize on this opportunity. I will thank the team management for considering me worthy.