England has created history by winning first major title in a seven-wicket victory over Australia in Sunday's ICC World Twenty20 final. England being the big promoter for the game of cricket from the early days, today marked their names as champions
ENGLAND CREATED history as they won their first ICC World Trophy on Sunday (May 16). Craig Kieswetter played a stunning innings for his team and made an unbeaten 63 off 49 balls, while he was ably supported by Kevin Pietersen who added 47 runs off 31 balls to the England score card.
Earlier in the innings Australia had made 147 for six, with David Hussey’s highest score of 59 runs off 54 balls. It was the English bowling treatment overall which restricted Australia’s batsmen.
England being the big promoter for the game of cricket from the early days, today marked their names as champions and this victory gave a new dimension and confident to their team to play more good games to come in the future.