Why did Australian players put beer in their shoes and drink after winning the T20 WC?


  • Australia has won the T20 World Cup 2021
  • After this victory, the players of Australia started drinking beer by putting beer in their shoes.
  • A video of him drinking beer in shoes has created a flutter on social media

Dubai Australia has won the T20 World Cup 2021. This is the first T20 World Cup for five-time ODI World Cup champions Australia. Aaron Finch-led team defeated New Zealand by 8 wickets in the final played in Dubai on Sunday. Which Australia celebrated with pomp. The team’s celebrations continued during the flight as well.

Australia needed 173 runs to win. Fifties from Mitchell Marsh and David Warner were instrumental in Australia’s victory. After the win, the Australian players threw champagne and beer at each other. With this victory, the Australian team forgot the pain of losing five consecutive series before the T20 World Cup.

That’s when the pictures and videos of the Australian team went viral. Steve Smith also posted a selfie praising Adam Zampa. Also a video has gone viral in which Australian players Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis are drinking beer in their shoes. Both the players are celebrating a lot.

Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. Captain Kane Williams scored 85 runs in 48 balls. Australia did not start in reply and captain Aaron Finch was dismissed for just five runs. After this Mitchell Marsh and David Warner batted aggressively to lead the team to victory. Warner was dismissed for 52, but Marsh remained unbeaten on 77 off 50 balls. So Glenn Macwell remained unbeaten on 28 off 18 balls.

What is Shui?
Drinking beer in shoes has historically been considered a way to bring good luck or trouble or a party. In the early 20th century, drinking champagne from women’s slippers was considered a cause of decline. This tradition is still prevalent in Australia today. Here it is called Shui.

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