David Warner‘s bat fights continued after the IPL when he was out for a duck, but helpful cameos from the rest of the Australian loft led to them a close win over New Zealand in the first T20 World Cup warm-up game for both sides in Abu Dhabi.
Australia needed 19 of the last seven balls when Agar hit a six before Josh Inglis took his first four-ball over spotted Josh Inglis in the final and then lost the win limit to the third man.
David Warner who competed in the World Cup after being thrown by Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL, was spectacularly surprised in the slip by Martin Guptill when he attacked Tim Southee. The first ball of the Australian chase.
It was a 70-run partnership between Guptill. And Williamson for the third wicket that was supposed to lead New Zealand to an overall result higher than their final score. But Kane Richardson‘s triple hit in the death overs lowered their score.
Australia only used five bowlers that night. While Richardson stood out with 3 of 24 in his four overs. Mitchell Starc went to 7.50 for over in his four overs. The third sailor, Marsh, however, endured the brunt of the New Zealand bullies and received 53 runs in total.
New Zealand, on the other hand, used seven bowling options. Mitchell Santner took 3 of 22 in his four overs and Trent Boult only allowed 13 runs in his three.
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