Veteran England speedster Stuart Broad has taken a dig on the International Cricket Council (ICC) for praising Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis for signing the autographs after the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 summit conflict.
Aaron Finch-led Australia gained the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 championship by defeating Kane Williamson-led New Zealand National Cricket Team by 8 wickets at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday, 14 November.
Australia gained the toss and invited New Zealand to bat first. Openers Daryl Mitchell and Martin Guptill didn’t have a formidable outing within the ultimate. However, Kane Williamson performed the captain’s knock of 85 runs and helped New Zealand submit the goal of 173 runs for Australia.
Chasing the goal David Warner and Mitchell Marsh smashed terrific half-centuries to assist Australia win the ICC T20 World Cup title. Notably, this was the first-ever T20 World Cup title of the mighty Australians who’re probably the most profitable crew within the ODI World Cups having gained the trophy 5 occasions.
Stuart Broad Takes A Dig At ICC For Praising Marcus Stoinis For Signing Autographs After The T20 WC Final
After Australia’s victory over New Zealand, fast-bowling all-rounder Marcus Stoinis was seen signing autographs for his followers and the International Cricket Council (ICC) shared the video of Stoinis signing autographs on Instagram and so they posted a minimalistic caption and wrote “Respect @marcusstoinis,”
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Taking a dig at this Veteran English pacer Broad posted a touch upon the video and wrote: “Covid bubble looks strong.”
Meanwhile, the England-Australia rivalry is ready to renew very quickly because the marquee Ashes 2021-22 sequence is all set to start from December 8 at The Gabba in Brisbane. Also, Joe Root-led England have already introduced their squad for the marquee sequence.
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