India had been unbeaten in the match and had been having a thought favourites to decide on their 2nd T20 World Cup title as they took on Sri Lanka in the 2014 model closing in Dhaka on April 6.
The possibilities had been in favour of India, given the splending scramble MS Dhoni’s males loved in the match. India opener their T20 World Cup 2014 marketing campaign with a opt in opposition to Pakistan and steamrolled the likes of Bangladesh, Australia and West Indies en-route to the knockout stages.
In the semi-closing, India chased down 173 runs with ease in opposition to South Africa, thanks to a stroke-filled 72 (44 balls) from Virat Kohli who was slowly starting to play broad-impact innings consistently for India.
In the closing, Lasith Malinga obtained the toss and despatched India into bat on what gave the impact a boring Dhaka wicket. India didn’t start well as they lost opener Ajinkya Rahane for 3 from 8 balls.
Rohit Sharma obtained a start nonetheless he was unable to rework it into a broad knock as he was pushed aside by Rangana Herath for 29.
Virat Kohli obtained going and took on the Sri Lankan assault. He regarded savor he was batting on a particular floor altogether as he made 77 from correct 58 balls, hitting 5 boundaries and 4 sixes.
Factual when it regarded savor India would get dangle of somewhere around 150-160, Yuvraj Singh slowed down and place aside quite a small stress on Virat Kohli. Yuvraj managed correct 11 from 21 balls before he lost his wicket in the 19th over. MS Dhoni, who came in at the loss of life, managed correct 4 runs from 7 balls as India completed with 130 on the board.
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A subtle fifty from Kumar Sangakkara and a cameo from Thisara Perera made obvious Sri Lanka chased down the final in correct 17.5 overs. It was a excellent farewell for Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene as the 2 Sri Lanka legends retired from T20I cricket with the broad title.
Australia clinch third T20 World Cup title
Australia girls folk firmly established themselves as the powerhouse of girls folk’s cricket as Meg Lanning’s side obtained their third straight T20 World Cup title on April 6, 2014 in Dhaka.
The girls folk’s closing between England and Australia was conducted hours before the males’s closing in Dhaka.
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Factual savor Lasith Malinga, Meg Lanning obtained the toss and opted to self-discipline. Led by Ellyse Perry, Sarah Coyte and Rene Farrell, Australia girls folk restricted England to correct 105 for 8 in 20 overs.
Captain Lanning and Ellyse Perry combined with the bat to get dangle of to the target in correct 15.1 overs and motivate Australia script ancient past. It was their third successive T20 World Cup title after victories in Colombo in 2012 and Bridgetown in 2010.