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Finch congratulates Warner from the commentary box: He becomes Australia’s top scorer in the World Cup, Jampa reaches 300 wickets in T20; Moments and records

Finch congratulates Warner from the commentary box: He becomes Australia’s top scorer in the World Cup, Jampa reaches 300 wickets in T20; Moments and records


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In the 10th match of the T20 World Cup, Australia got a tough fight from Uganda. Australia started slowly and scored 37 runs in the powerplay after losing 1 wicket. In the middle overs, Maxwell was out again after scoring 0 runs. However, due to the half-century innings of David Warner and Marcus Stoinis, the team gave a target of 165 runs.

Marcus Stoinis became the third player to score a half-century and take 3 wickets in an innings. In response, Oman also batted well and scored 125 runs against Australia’s lethal bowlers. Match Moments and Records…

1. Finch congratulates Warner on becoming the top scorer
David Warner played an innings of 56 runs in this match and became Australia’s top scorer in T20. He left behind former captain Aaron Finch. Warner went one run ahead of Finch as soon as he scored 22 runs. Finch, sitting in the commentary box, congratulated Warner by clapping and showing thumbs up, for which Warner also thanked him from the field.

Finch congratulated David Warner from the commentary box on becoming the top scorer.

Finch congratulated David Warner from the commentary box on becoming the top scorer.

2. Aaqib took a brilliant catch of Maxwell
Australia’s Glenn Maxwell was out on a duck once again. He was out by Mehran Khan. But more than his bowling, Aaqib Ilyas’ catch was discussed. Mehran Khan took the wicket of captain Mitchell Marsh on the second ball of the 9th over. Mehran bowled an outside off delivery to Maxwell who came to the crease in his place. Maxwell tried to play a cover drive. However, the ball was very low. Fielder Aaqib took a long jump and caught Maxwell out.

Oman's Aqib took the catch of Glenn Maxwell.

Oman’s Aqib took the catch of Glenn Maxwell.

3. Warner went to Oman’s dressing room after getting out. David Warner looked very unhappy after getting caught out on 56 runs. He mistakenly started going to Oman’s dressing room. After reaching there, he was told that he was going to the wrong dressing room and then Warner returned.

Warner went to Oman's dressing room after being out on 56.

Warner went to Oman’s dressing room after being out on 56.

4. Ayan fell on the boundary after taking the catch
Oman bowler Mehran Khan bowled a fuller length ball to Marcus Stoinis on the first ball of the 15th over. Stoinis played straight and the ball was caught by Ayan Khan standing at deep mid-wicket. However, after the catch, he could not maintain his balance and fell on the boundary rope. Oman had to pay a heavy price for this. At that time Stoinis was playing on 11 runs and by the end of the match he played an unbeaten innings of 67 runs.

Ayan fell on the boundary after taking the catch of Stoinis on 11 runs.

Ayan fell on the boundary after taking the catch of Stoinis on 11 runs.

5. Aaqib escapes being run out in confusion
On the last ball of the third over, Oman’s Aaqib escaped a runout due to a mistake by the Australian team. Mitchell Starc bowled a short ball to Aaqib. In response, Aaqib flicked the ball to Travis Head standing at midwicket. When the first run was not completed, captain Kashyap Prajapati, playing at the other end, sent Aaqib back. Travis Head threw the ball to the keeper, but he missed the run out. Immediately after this, Maxwell tried to run him out again. However, by then Aaqib had crossed the crease.

Aaqib was saved from being run out due to confusion between Wade and Maxwell.

Aaqib was saved from being run out due to confusion between Wade and Maxwell.

Records made in the match…

1. Warner became Australia’s top run scorer in T20
In the match between Australia and Oman, David Warner played an innings of 56 runs. With this, he became Australia’s top scorer in T20 International. He has scored 3155 runs in 104 matches played so far. At the same time, former captain of the team Aaron Finch is in second place with 3120 runs. Warner is also Australia’s top scorer in the T20 World Cup. He has scored 862 runs in the tournament.

2. Stoinis became the third player to score a half-century and take three wickets in a T20 World Cup
In the history of T20 World Cup, there are only three players who have scored a half-century and taken three wickets in an innings. Australia’s Marcus Stoinis achieved this feat in the match against Oman. First, in 2009, West Indies’ Dwayne Bravo scored an unbeaten 66 runs and took 4 wickets for 38 runs against India. The second player in this list is Shane Watson, who did this against Ireland and India in 2012.

3. Jampa completed 300 wickets, second Australian to achieve this record
In the 10th match of the T20 World Cup, Australia’s spinner Adam Zampa completed 300 wickets. He is the second Australian player to take 300 wickets in T20 International. He took two wickets in this match and with this his total number of wickets has reached 301. Before him, Andrew Tye has taken 332 wickets in 239 matches.

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