T20 WC Final: Australia made a big mistake, Kane Williamson out


  • Kiwi captain Kane Williamson’s explosive batting in T20 World Cup
  • Hazlewood dropped the catch and gave Williamson a lifeline
  • Williams played a brilliant innings of 85 runs in 48 balls.
  • Record for highest run scorer in T20 World Cup final

In the thrilling match between New Zealand and Australia in the final of the T20 World Cup, Australia won the first toss and decided to bowl. Batting first the New Zealand team got off to a bad start. However, a catch from Kane Williamson turned the tide. Josh Hazlewood drops a catch by captain Kane Williamson. After which Kane Williamson hit hard against Australia and played a brilliant innings of 85 runs in 48 balls. With the help of which New Zealand made a huge score of 172 runs.

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On New Zealand’s batting, Starc was throwing in the 11th over and he tried to hit captain Kane Williams for a four on the fourth ball of his over. This time Josh Hazlewood, standing on the boundary, took the catch of Kane Williamson and the ball went across the boundary, giving Kane Williamson four runs. Boundaries rained after Hazlewood’s lifeline as Kane Williams played an explosive knock against Australia.

Kane Williams scored 85 runs in 48 balls with the help of 10 fours and 3 sixes. This is the best score ever in a T20 World Cup match. As a batsman, Kane Williams has equaled Marlon Samuels’s record. Samuels scored an unbeaten 85 against England in 2016 to make West Indies the world champions.

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Kiwi captain Kane Williamson’s explosive innings can be gauged from the fact that he initially scored only 19 runs in 18 balls and then 67 runs in 29 balls. Meanwhile, he hit 5 fours in an over of Mitchell Starc. Williams scored 22 runs in the 16th over (4, 4, 6, 0, 4, 4) with the help of four fours and a six.

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