After taking a few sips, he passed on the shoe to Marcus Stoinis, who had his share of drink.

Australians players celebrated wildly after winning the first ICC T20 World Cup trophy. Aussies managed to defeat Kane Williamson’s New Zealand at the Dubai International Stadium. David Warner and Mitchell Marsh played match-winning knocks in Australia’s win by eight wickets.

After sensational triumph, members of the Australian side celebrated their maiden T20 World Cup triumph in style. “I’m unreachable the next few days… cheers,” tweeted Glenn Maxwell.

Australian wicket-keeper batter Matthew Wade poured beer in a shoe. After taking a few sips, he passed on the shoe to Marcus Stoinis, who had his share of drink. Marsh, who belted fast bowler Adam Milne for six off the first delivery he faced when he went to the crease with Australia at 15-1, finished unbeaten on 77 off 50 balls. He shared a 92-run second-wicket partnership with Warner, who scored 53 off 38, to help Australia reach 173-2 with seven balls to spare.

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