Dubai: Australia is successfully shrugging the opponent at the right time, making its hoke harder in the final of the T20 World Cup.
Martin Guptill returned to the stands when Zampa tricked the batsmen into hitting high with the bat. The shot was short of length, deep mid-wicket, Stones, takes a few steps back but ensures he's well inside the rope before taking the catch.
Williamson in so the crease reviving the kiwis' innings as he scores 50+ in T20 WC finals after Kumar Sangakkara (64* vs Pak, Lord's, 2009).
New Zealand lost the opening wicket of star opener Daryl Mitchell early in the final of the T20 World Cup against Trans-Tasman rival Australia.
Guptill and Mitchell gave many moments of cheers to the audience as they hit boundaries one after another.
Mitchell hit the six in the early over to contribute a total of 11 runs in eight deliveries before giving the ball in the wicketkeeper Wade's hands after 3.5 overs.