Mitchell Marsh old interview viral on Social Media after playing heroic inning in T20 WC 2021 Final

Mitchell Marsh old interview viral after T20 World Cup 2021 Final

Australian cricketer Mitchell Marsh’s old interview has gone viral on Social Media following Marsh’s stunning performance with the bat in the T20 World Cup 2021 Final against New Zealand on 14th November.


Mitchell Marsh is probably the biggest hero of Australia’s successful run chase in the final. Promoted up the order to number 3, Mitchell Marsh got off to a quick start as he scored 15 runs in his first 4 balls.

The Australian, who is mainly a Batting All-Rounder, took full advantage of being given a chance up the order as he scored 77 runs not out in 50 balls and formed a great partnership of 92 runs with David Warner, after captain Aaron Finch departed early.

Just as Australia picked up the win over the Blackcaps, a old interview of Mitchell Marsh went viral on Social Media.

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It was during the 2019 Ashes series against England, when a journalist asked Mitchell Marsh about how he is viewed back in England. The Aussie all-rounder replied, “Yeah, most of Australia hate me.”

It was during the same question that he stated that he plans to win over the fans one day, and now today, he is probably the most talked about player after his heroics in the T20 World Cup 2021 final with his bat.

More about Mitchell Marsh

Talking about Mitchell Marsh, he is the son of former Australian cricketer Geoffrey Marsh and is the brother of fellow Australia international cricketer Shaun Marsh.

Mitchell Marsh made his Australia debut in the T20 series against South Africa in 2011 and then few days later, made his ODI debut as well. However, he had to wait 3 more years to make his entry into the Test cricket in 2014.

He has so far played 32 Test matches in which he has scored 1260 runs and picked up 42 wickets. He has played 63 ODI matches in which he has scored 1672 runs and got 50 wickets. In T20 Internationals, he has 885 runs off 36 matches and 15 wickets to his name.

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