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Marsh, Warner fire Australia to maiden World T20 title

Australia were just being Australia: ruthless, invincible and powerful as Aaron Finch and Co gave no quarter to New Zealand on way to lifting their maiden ICC T20 World Cup title with a comprehensive eight-wicket victory in the final at the Dubai Cricket Stadium yesterday.

Tamim ‘disappointed’ to sit out Pakistan series

After the latest T20 World Cup debacle, Bangladesh are already struggling to regroup as they prepare to face a stern test in their upcoming series against Pakistan, which includes three T20Is and two Tests, later this month.

‘Rebuilding team morale is key’

Bangladesh team will look to regain lost confidence in the upcoming series against Pakistan following a disastrous T20 World Cup campaign in UAE recently. The Tigers had notched series wins against Australia and New Zealand at home ahead of the World Cup but their preparations on slow, docile pitches left them with obvious deficiencies while their qualities proved not to be quite adequate for the challenges of a World Cup.

Australia canter to maiden T20 World Cup triumph

Mitchell Marsh hit an unbeaten 77 as Australia beat New Zealand by eight wickets to clinch their maiden Twenty20 World Cup title on Sunday.

Hasan Ali apologises to fans

Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali has apologised for his forgettable outing against Australia in the T20 World Cup semifinal, saying he is more disappointed than anyone else and pledged to come back stronger from this bad phase of career.

Australia, New Zealand eye maiden title

It may take some time to digest the fact that neither Australia nor New Zealand have ever lifted the ICC T20 World Cup trophy, but the world will witness either Kane Williamson or Aaron Finch walk onto the podium as a winning captain after the final in Dubai today.

‘Changing whole squad won’t bring results’

“The bond that we have created must not be broken. We need to stay unified to figure out where we went wrong and where we have to improve,” Pakistan skipper Babar Azam told his teammates during a dressing room speech following their defeat to Australia in the semifinal of the T20 World Cup.

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Looking back at the journey of the ICC T20 World Cup, not many would disagree that the two finalists -- New Zealand and Australia -- are the most deserving teams to lift the trophy, which for either side would be a first T20 World Cup triumph.

Williamson expects clash of styles

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson believes Sunday’s Twenty20 World Cup final against Australia will be a clash of styles at the Dubai International Stadium. Aaron Finch’s Australia will rely on an assortment of match-winners to deliver their maiden World Cup title in this format.

Finch cannot wait for ‘great’ contest

Australia captain Aaron Finch predicted a “great contest” against New Zealand in Sunday’s final when the trans-Tasman rivals clash in their bid to win a maiden Twenty20 World Cup title. Finch said his team must stay focused throughout the match because he expects Kane Williamson’s men to fight till the end in Dubai.