Australian players drink from shoes to celebrate T20 WC 2021 win, video goes viral

Australian players drink from shoes to celebrate T20 WC 2021 win, video goes viral

The Australian players went gaga in the dressing room after their historic triumph.

Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis
Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis. (Photo Source: ICC)

If you are wearing the yellow jersey, then 14th November 2021 is a date that you will rejoice. Aaron Finch’s Australian side downed New Zealand in the final of the 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup on this date to win their first-ever T20 World Cup title.

And, the Australian players went gaga in the dressing room after their historic triumph. The players are seen dancing and making merry in the dressing room. Some of them are also seen drinking their way to glory.

And the ‘Men in Yellow’ were drinking from their shoes to celebrate their triumph. The likes of Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis removed their shoes, poured their drink into it, and then drank. All in all, the Aussies had a ball after their superb performance in the 2021 T20 World Cup.

You can watch the video below

Australia chases down a stiff target of 173 to emerge as the champions of the 2021 T20 World Cup

The New Zealand side posted a good total of 172/4 on the board, and the Aussies needed to score at a run rate of over 8.5 runs per over to go past the finish line. But, the Australian batsmen did not panic and finished the job with aplomb.

At the top of the order, David Warner proved his worth by scoring a superb 53 at a strike rate of close to 140. Warner struck 4 fours and 3 sixes in his innings. And then, came a superb knock from the willow of Mitchell Marsh.

The right-hander scored a masterly 77* off 50 deliveries for the kangaroos, anchored the chase, stayed till the end and ensured that the Aussies got the job done. His innings was embellished with 6 fours and 4 sixes. Marsh won the Player of the Match award for his sensational knock. On the other hand, David Warner emerged as the Player of the Tournament.