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T20 World Cup 2021: Watch Australian players celebrate their World Cup victory by dancing on Percussion Drums

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T20 World Cup 2021: Australia went on to win their maiden T20 World Cup trophy against New Zealand. Moreover, the Kiwis were dominated by a huge margin on Sunday. Australia captain Aaron Finch went on to win the crucial toss and he elected to have a bowl first. The toss was an important factor in the T20 game since the dew was expected in the second innings of the final.

However, the Kiwis went on to play badly in the first ten overs. Though they did not lose many wickets but they played very slow with a run rate of run a ball. Martin Guptill played a disastrous inning in the T20 World Cup final.

But New Zealand captain Kane Williamson stood up and played a captain’s knock against the Aussies. Moreover, he went on to contribute a vital 85 runs from just 48 balls. This came after Josh Hazlewood went on to drop him at just 21 in the beginning.

As a result of that, New Zealand posted a total of 172 runs in the twenty overs. This was the highest total from any team in the finals However, Aussies went on to play even better than New Zealand. Mitchell Marsh and David Warner were fantastic for them in the T20 World Cup final. Australia went on to win the T20 World Cup final with eight wickets and seven balls remaining. It was a truly dominant display by the Australians against the struggling New Zealand team.

T20 World Cup 2021: Australian players by dancing on Percussion Drums

However, the majority of the Australian players went wild after the T20 World Cup win against New Zealand. Players like Aaron Finch, David Warner, Marcus Stoinis were highly energetic during that time.

These players came out of the stadium with the trophy in their hands. Moreover, they also went on to dance Percussion Drums just outside the Dubai International Stadium. It was truly a memorable moment for the Aussies. However, their videos have already gone viral.


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