If Australian opener David Warner raised his 50 in 29 balls, Mitchell Marsh took one ball fewer to reach the landmark. He was in stunning form in the Caribbean earlier this year and is continuing in the same vein. Riding on the twin half-centuries, Australia hunted down the 157-run target set by West Indies in just 16.2 overs. By wrapping up the chase swiftly, they’ve pushed their net run to +1.216. Australia formed a guard on honour for both DJ Bravo and Chris Gayle as “Champion, Champion” blasted in the background.
Australia win! Half-centuries to Warner and Marsh got Australia home with 22 balls to spare #T20WorldCup
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) November 6, 2021