In 2022, Australia played host to the World Cricket Game Championship. It was the eighth edition of the Men’s T20 World Cup that the International Cricket Council hosted. It was performed between the 16th of October and the 23rd of November. The coronavirus caused the event that was supposed to take place in 2020 to be postponed.
The World Cricket Game was previously won by Australia, the country that hosted the competition. After defeating New Zealand in the semi-final match by a score of seven wickets, Pakistan became the first to go to the competition’s finals.
Australia won its eighth Women’s World Cup on April 3, 2022, after defeating England by 71 runs in the finals at Hagley Oval in Christchurch, New Zealand. Australia scored 356 points on the board. England was bowled out for 285 after 43.4 overs, despite Nat Sciver’s unbeaten 148. However, it was not enough, as England was dismissed for 285.
Alyssa Healy of Australia hit 170 runs, the most outstanding individual score by a male or female cricketer in the World Cup Final. She was also the tournament’s best-run scorer with 509 runs.
Rohit Sharma, from the Mumbai suburbs, was the heir apparent to the 2000s Indian batting greats. By the 2010s, he was a white-ball cricket colossus and led the first T20 league’s most formidable team.
Both casual and trained observers saw Rohit’s talent. Though selectors and captains knew better, fans were frustrated by his long wait for runs. “Talent” was Rohit’s social media slur. Things clicked once he opened the batting in ODIs late in 2012.
Rohit scored ODI double-hundreds for fun, won five IPLs in the first 12 editions, scored five hundreds at the 2019 ODI World Cup, and when he finally opened in Tests in 2019, he scored three quick hundreds in his first series, one of them a double.