Australia knows how to win the World Cup

Australia's top media called the Bangladesh tour before the WC a 'waste of time'. Winning the T20 World Cup for the first time for the country was the answer to all the contempt and neglect.

Australia knows how to win the World Cup

Maksud Haque
Desk Reporter

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Elusive T20 World Cup trophy finally won by Australia in the Seventh edition of it. Australia's wicket keeper Matthew wade is thrilled after winning the title.

Before the Seventh edition of the Twenty/20 World Cup, no one had chosen Australia as their favorite. Most cricket analysts did not want to rely on him for his contemporary performances and bitter past experiences in the Twnety/20 World Cup.
But after going to the World Cup, Aussies changed completely. Matthew Wade himself changed.
This wicket-keeper-batsman was completely dull with the bat in Bangladesh. However, when he came to the World Cup, he was transformed by some strange magic Shaheen Shah Afridi hit Three sixes in a row in one over to take the team to the final. At the end of the match he scored 41 runs from 17 balls unbeaten.
Australia's top media 'The Australian' called the Bangladesh tour before the World Cup a 'waste of time'. Winning the Twenty/20 World Cup for the first time for the country was the answer to all the contempt and neglect.
"It's definitely a big deal. We won the T20 World Cup for the first time Before the World Cup, many did not keep believe in us. But we knew exactly how to win the World Cup." -Matthew Wade
He also spoke about that impeccable innings in the Semifinals "It's definitely special. However, my partnership with Stoinis was more important than my innings. We never imagined we would have scored so many runs on the wicket. "
Matthew Wade said that they were ready to do something like that even in the final.  However, for the extraordinary batting of Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell, Wade did not get a chance to do so again.
The experienced cricketer set foot in the UAE after losing Five consecutive Twenty/20 series. They came to Bangladesh. They lost the series just before the start of the World Cup and lost shamefully.
Matthew Wade led that team. After losing the series 4-1 to the hosts, captain Wade said there was nothing positive to be gained from the series.