Warner, who lost his captaincy in the IPL due to a loss of form and later his own place in the team, looked to be a completely different man when it came to the World Cup. Warner, who holds the record for most performances for Australia in ICC tournaments, has seen such performances continue on Arab soil. Cricket fans are accustomed to seeing Warner reappear. The Australian, who had a stellar World Cup performance, was instrumental in helping them win the T20 World Cup.
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When Australia won the T20 World Cup, Warner was chosen as the tournament’s best poet. The Cayenne Australian batsman is second on the list of run-scorers in the tournament. Warner scored 289 runs in seven games. Pakistan opener Babur Assam topped the list with 303 runs. Warner also showed his batting prowess for the fans in the final against New Zealand. Warner’s 53 off 38 balls helped Australia to a comfortable victory. Warner was not at the crease at the time of the Australian victory, but he returned from the crease yesterday to seal his team’s victory.
Warner’s record-breaking performance at the World Cup was another. Warner becomes Australia’s all-time leading scorer in a T20 World Cup. Shane Watson and Matthew Hayden are behind Warner with 289 runs in this World Cup. Matthew Hayden and Shane Watson. Hayden scored 265 in the first T20 World Cup in 2007. Former all-rounder Watson scored 249 in the 2012 World Cup.
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New Zealand’s 173 – run target was surpassed by Australia with seven balls to spare. Score: New Zealand 172/4 in 20 overs, Australia 173/2 in 18.5 overs.
In addition to David Warner, Mitchell Marsh (77 off 50 balls) and Glenn Maxwell (28 off 18 balls) were instrumental in Australia’s victory.