Australian Players Danced On The Tunes Of Percussion Drums In UAE
By CricShots - Nov 15, 2021 11:53 am
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It was quite a scene as the Australian players celebrated their maiden T20 World Cup title win with incredible dance moves in the dressing room. Apart from that, they were also seen dancing in the turns of percussion drums while exiting the venue. Star players like Adam Zampa, Mitchell Marsh, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Starc, and others took to the dance floor to show some unique moves as they basked in the glory of a dominating performance in the final against the Kane Williamson-led New Zealand side.

Australian team dancing in the dressing room

The eight-wicket win over New Zealand handed Australia their maiden T20 world title at the Dubai International Stadium. While exiting teh stadium, the Australian players were seen dancing on teh tunes of percussion drums and Marcus Stoinis even joined the drummers to play it.

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Here is the video of the same:

The official handle of the T20 World Cup on Instagram shared the video with a fitting caption: “Never turn off the music!.”


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The New Zealand side posted a good total of 172/4 on the board, and the Aussies needed to score at a run rate of over 8.5 runs per over to take the team over the line. But, the Australian batsmen did not panic and finished the job with aplomb.

At the top of the order, David Warner proved his worth by scoring a superb 53 at a strike rate of close to 140. Warner smashed 4 fours and 3 sixes in his innings. And then, came a superb knock played by Mitchell Marsh.

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The right-hander played an unbeaten match-winning knock of 77* off 50 deliveries for the kangaroos, stayed till the end, and ensured that the Aussies got the job done. His innings were embellished with 6 fours and 4 sixes. Marsh won the Player of the Match award for his sensational knock. On the other hand, David Warner emerged as the Player of the Tournament.