Australia at the Cricket World Cup: Australia's style did not change, See PICS from 1999-2021
Australia at the Cricket World Cup: Australia has won its first T20 World Cup (T20 World Cup 2021) by defeating New Zealand. This is Australia's sixth World Cup after combining both ODIs and T20s. Whether the victory is of 1999 or 2021, his style of winning is the same.
New Delhi. Australia defeated New Zealand by 8 wickets in a one-sided match to win their maiden T20 World Cup title. Australia has a history in the World Cup that to date, it has won the title in a one-sided fashion. Australia has so far won a total of 6 World Cups, including both ODIs and T20s, out of which they have won 5 in a one-sided fashion.
For years, the Australian team has been winning the title in the same style. India, Pakistan, New Zealand won against Sri Lanka in a one-sided style. This style of this team did not change even in T20 format. In New Zealand, Australia won the title by registering similar wins in both 2015 and 2021. (AP)
Australia beat New Zealand by 8 wickets in the final of the T20 World Cup 2021. The target of 173 runs given by New Zealand was achieved by Australia 7 balls before the loss of 2 wickets. (pc:ap)
Australia defeated New Zealand by 7 wickets in the 2015 ODI World Cup final. New Zealand had given a target of 184 runs, which Australia achieved 101 balls earlier. (pc:AFP)
Australia scored 282 runs in the final of the 2007 ODI World Cup. However, following the Duckworth-Lewis rule, Sri Lanka got the target of 269 runs in 36 overs. In reply, the Sri Lankan team could only score 215 runs for 8 wickets in the stipulated overs. Australia won the title by 53 runs. (pc: Afp)
Australia defeated India by 125 runs in the final of the 2003 ODI Cup. Australia had given a target of 360 runs to India, in response, the Indian team was reduced to just 234 runs. (pc:AFP)
Australia defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets in the final of the 1999 World Cup. Pakistan had given a target of 133 runs, which Australia had already achieved from 179 balls at the loss of two wickets. Australia won the first World Cup in 1987. In the final, he defeated England by 7 runs in an interesting match. In reply to Australia's target of 254 runs, the English team could only score 246 runs.(pc:AFP)