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Australia name T20 World Champions, beat New Zealand by 8 wickets
  14, November, 2021, 10:55:42:PM

Sports Desk: Australia name T20 World Champions and beat New Zealand by 8 wickets.

And with that, we close off our liver coverage of the World Cup. Plenty of post-match pieces coming up to dissect this win. A lot of those Aussies had a terrible year in this format coming into the World Cup. They go out world champions. That story and a lot more coming your way early hours in Australia. Thanks for joining us! On behalf of Karthik, this is me, Varun, signing off. Have a good night.

Earlier, New Zealand`s captain Kane Williamson plays a shot during the ICC men’s Twenty20 World Cup final match between Australia and New Zealand at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on November 14, 2021
New Zealand`s captain Kane Williamson plays a shot during the ICC men’s Twenty20 World Cup final match between Australia and New Zealand at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on November 14, 2021AFP
Skipper Kane Williamson hit 85 as New Zealand reached 172 for four against Australia in the Twenty20 World Cup final on Sunday.
Williamson`s 48-ball knock, and his 68-run partnership with Glenn Phillips, took the attack to the opposition after New Zealand were invited to bat first in Dubai and had struggled to 57-1 at the midway point.
Pace bowler Josh Hazlewood returned impressive figures of 3-16 including the wickets of Williamson and Phillips for 18.
Both teams are bidding for their maiden T20 World Cup crown.



  
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