T20 World Cup 2021- Who won the Man of the Match & Player of the Tournament? 

T20 World Cup 2021- Who won the Man of the Match & Player of the Tournament? 

If you want to see who won the Man of the Match title in the T20 World cup final. This year Australia has won the T20 World Cup title. Australia defeated New Zealand by 8 wickets in the final match to become the champion in the T20 World Cup for the first time. Batting first in the match, New Zealand scored 173 runs for the loss of 4 wickets, thanks to the innings of captain Kane Williamson (85).

In return, the Australian team achieved the target by losing 2 wickets. Australia had once lost the wicket of captain Aron Finch for 15 runs, then the explosive batting of David Warner and Mitchell Marsh brought the team closer to victory. In the end, Maxwell (28) got Australia to chase the target in the 19th over itself.

T20 World Cup 2021- Who won the Man of the Match & Player of the Tournament? 

Here we are talking about Man of the Match & Player of the Series. Mitchell Marsh, who played the winning innings of 77 runs in 50 balls for Australia, was given the Man of the Match award. At the same time, David Warner, the highest run-scorer in this tournament from Australia, has been chosen as the Man of the Match & Player of the Tournament. Babar Azam has scored the most runs in this tournament.

How was the title battle?

Talking about the 2021 T20 World Cup, in the Final (title) match played between Australia and New Zealand, Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson scored a fine 85 runs. And the team had reached the score of 172.

Taking the target of 173 runs for victory, Australia lost the wicket of its captain Aaron Finch early. But after him, David Warner 53, Mitchell Marsh 77 and Glenn Maxwell’s 28 runs ended the match in the 19th over.

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Australian Opener David Warner was Awarded the Player of the Tournament

Australia’s opener David Warner has been adjudged the Player of the Series for this T20 World Cup tournament due to his sensational performance. He had a sensational performance with the bat throughout this tournament, especially in the knockout games. This left-handed batsman has scored 289 runs in 7 matches at a strike rate of 148.43. Warner has scored three match-winning half-centuries in this tournament including a fifty in this T20 World Cup final against New Zealand. And became the second-highest run-scorer in the tournament.

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After losing the toss, the Kiwis team, who came to bat first, did not start well. He lost the wicket of Daryl Mitchell in the fourth over of the match, who played a match-winning innings against England in the semi-finals. At one point the New Zealand team’s score was just 57 runs in 10 overs for the loss of 1 wicket. But later captain Kane Williamson played an explosive inning of 85 runs in 48 balls and took his team to the score of 172 runs.

New Zealand finished the first innings of the final match after scoring 172 for 4 in 20 overs. Josh Hazlewood took the wicket for Australia.

In reply, Australia’s start was also poor and captain Aron Finch returned to the pavilion on the score of 15 runs. However, the duo of David Warner and Mitchell Marsh took the game away from New Zealand completely on the back of some aggressive batting. The pair put on an incredible partnership of 92 runs off just 59 balls to lead Australia to victory in the game.

Warner played another scintillating inning of 53 off 38 balls while Marsh was dismissed for an unbeaten 77. Australia chased down the target with 7 balls to spare and was crowned as the champions of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.

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