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Australia vs New Zealand ICC T20 World Cup Final 2021 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Australia vs New Zealand ICC T20 World Cup Final 2021 


Watch the highlights of Australia vs New Zealand ICC T20 World Cup Final 2021 - ICC World Twenty20 International tournament of the Final match played between New Zealand and Australia at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai in 14th November 2021.

Australia vs New Zealand ICC T20 World Cup Final 2021 Highlights
The Australian team goes up in celebration © Getty Images

Josh Hazlewood's three-for before David Warner's brisk half-century and Mitchell Marsh's magnificent 50-ball 77* powers to Australia emphatic eight-wicket victory over New Zealand, despite a Kane Williamson's masterful 48-ball 85 and clinch the their first ICC World Twenty20 title in a final of a T20 World Cup.

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Match Stats :
  • Australia chased 173 was their seventh highest successful run-chase in T20 international, It is their second highest chase against New Zealand in T20Is and the highest chase in a T20 World Cup final, previous highest chase was 156 by West Indies against England at Kolkata in the 2016 World Twenty20 final.
  • Kane Williamson's 85 was his second highest score for New Zealand in T20 international and the fifth highest-score by an New Zealand batsman against Australia in T20Is.
  • Kane Williamson's 85 was the joint highest score by a batsman in a T20 World Cup final, jointy unbeaten 85 held by Marlon Samuels against England at Kolkata in the 2016 World Twenty20 final.
  • Kane Williamson's 85 was the highest-score by a captain in a T20 World Cup final, surpassing the previous record of unbeaten 64 held by Kumar Sangakkara against Pakistan at Lord's in the 2009 World Cup final.
  • New Zealand's 172 was their fifth highest score against Australia in T20 international and the second highest total in a T20 World Cup final.
  • Australia's 173 was their seventh highest score against New Zealand in T20 international and the highest total in a T20 World Cup final.
  • 68 : Kane Williamson and Glenn Phillips set up the record third-wicket partnership for New Zealand against Australia in T20 international, previously held by the 61-run stand between Brendon McCullum and Neil Broom at Sydney in 2009, New Zealand's joint tenth highest third-wicket stand in T20Is, jointly unbeaten 68-run stand held by between Kane Williamson and Devon Conway against Afghanistan at Abu Dhabi in this tournament and New Zealand' joint fourth highest third-wicket partnership in T20 World Cups.
  • Mitchell Marsh hammered a 31-ball fastest fifty in a T20 World Cup final, beat the Kane Williamson's 32-ball half-century in this match.
  • Mitchell Marsh's unbeaten 77 was the joint fourth highest score by a batsman in T20 World Cup final, jointly with Virat Kohli.
  • 92 : David Warner and Mitchell Marsh set up the record second-wicket partnership for Australia against New Zealand in T20 international, previously held by the 83-run stand between Aaron Finch and Josh Philippe at Wellington in this year, It is Australia's ninth highest second-wicket stand in T20Is and It is Australia's third highest second-wicket partnership in T20 World Cups.
  • 66* : Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell set up the second highest third-wicket partnership for Australia against New Zealand in T20 international and Australia's joint third highest third-wicket partnership in T20 World Cups, jointly 66-run stand held by between Matthew Hayden and Andrew Symonds at against India at Durban in the inaugural 2007 World Twenty20.


New Zealand scored 172-4 in 20 overs with top scorer by Kane Williamson hammered a 85 off 48-balls including 10-fours & 3-sixes with strike rate of 177.08, Martin Guptill 28 and Glenn Phillips 18.

Australia best bowler by Josh Hazlewood picked up 3-wickets for 16-runs in 4-overs and Adam Zampa took 2-wickets.

Australia chased 173-2 in 18.5 overs with top scorer by Mitchell Marsh 77 not out, David Warner cracked a 53 off 38-balls including 4-fours & 3-sixes and Glenn Maxwell blasted a unbeaten 28 off 18-balls including 4-fours & a six with strike rate of 155.55.

New Zealand best bowler by Trent Boult took 2-wickets for 18-runs in 4-overs.

Mitchell Marsh named Player of the match for his match-winning magnificent career-best unbeaten 77 off 50-balls including 6-fours and 4-sixes with strike rate of 154.

David Warner earned player of the tournament for contributing 289-runs including three half-centuries with average of 48.16.