In the ICC World Cup 2023, Mitchell Marsh led Australia to their seventh straight victory with a scorching 177 runs in just 132 balls.
Australia’s seventh consecutive victory in the ICC World Cup 2023 was led by Mitchell Marsh, who struck 177 runs off just 132 balls. He knocked nine sixes and seventeen boundaries. In Bengaluru, Marsh had earlier denounced Pakistan for a century. With the fifty-over format, he has three tonnes.
Before their semi-final matchup with South Africa at the Eden Gardens on November 16, Australia’s most recent triumph by eight wickets will instill confidence in them. The squad was in excellent form and finished the task in 44.4 overs while chasing the target of 307 runs with minimal issues.
Steve Smith, who had been called up by Australia for the match, returned the favour by hitting a fifty. David Warner also scored a fifty-score. In the allocated overs, the Tigers scored 306 runs at a cost of 8 wickets, with Towhid Hridoy scoring 74 runs off 79 balls with 5 fours and 2 sixes.
Adam Zampa grabbed two wickets, while Sean Abbott claimed two. Bangladesh only scored four points at the end of the group stage, compared to Australia’s fourteen. The first two matches of the big event saw Australia lose to South Africa and India.