David Warner was rewarded with the Man of the Tournament award as he ended up as Australia‘s main run-scorer – and second solely to Babar Azam – serving to his aspect to their maiden T20 World Cup title as Australia defeated New Zealand within the ultimate by 8 wickets.
The left-hander scored 289 runs at a mean of 48, whereas hanging at 146. He struck three fifties within the event, together with an important knock of 53 runs off 38 balls within the ultimate to arrange for Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell’s late assault.
David Warner got here into the event after a torrid time within the IPL after which two single-digit scored in warm-ups. But, he went again to his fundamentals, and carted round runs for his aspect, crucially within the semi-final and ultimate.
“Always felt really well. Didn’t get much time in the middle in the two practice matches obviously. But for me, it was about going back to basics. Going too hard, synthetic wickets and try to hit some balls,” David Warner stated on the post-match presentation.
Just nice to see the fellows ship: David Warner
David Warner was a part of the 2010 T20 World Cup ultimate when Australia misplaced to England. Now he has gained each, the ODI and T20 World titles.
The southpaw lauded his teammates for his or her sensible displaying all through the event. He acknowledged that he and his group, who had misplaced 5 consecutive T20I sequence earlier than the World Cup, wished to placed on a memorable present for his or her followers. And they did.
“Definitely up there with 2015. Being part of the World Cup final against England a decade ago definitely hurt. These guys are a great bunch of guys. Great support staff, great team, great support back home. Just wanted to put on a great spectacle for everyone. Bit of nerves around with a good score on the board. Just great to see the guys deliver,” the opener added.
Mitchell Marsh was the Man of the Match for his beautiful 50-ball 70 within the Final.
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