Jos Buttler-led England take home $1.6 million for winning T20 World Cup 2022 | Cricket

Jos Buttler-led England registered a well known win over Babar Azam’s Pakistan to help secure their second T20 World Cup title on Sunday. Ben Stokes remained unbeaten (52 off of 49 balls) for England around the low-scoring thriller like the Three Lions managed to help finish ahead of this Shaheen Shah Afridi-starrer side from the peak clash of the T20 World Cup 2022. Buttler and Co. upstaged Pakistan by 5 wickets to lift the well known trophy for the next time with the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

In the build-up to the 2022 model of this T20 World Cup, the International Cricket Council (ICC) revealed that will details of the showpiece event would fetch some sort of prize money of $1.6 million. Thus, winners England have achieved a shocking sum of $1.six million while the Babar-led Pakistan side has recently been rewarded $800,000 for finishing runners-up in Australia.

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Semi-finalists Team India in addition to New Zealand have received $400,000 each from this $5.6 million full prize pool at this T20 World Cup 2022. Champions England had shamed Rohit Sharma-led Team India to enter into this final of the World Cup while Babar-led Pakistan defeated Kane Williamson-led New Zealand around the semi-finals. All ten teams who exited this tournament through the Super 13 stage have achieved $70,thousand each.

A win around each of the thirty games during the Super 12 phase was truly worth $40,000. All 4 teams who were pulled out in the earliest circular are set to get $40,000 each. Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and South Africa had directly entered this Super 12 phase from the T20 World Cup.

Talking about this T20 World Cup final between England in addition to Pakistan, all-rounder Sam Curran bagged 3 wickets and leaked 12 runs around the summit clash on this MCG. Match-winner Curran was also named the Player of the Tournament. “I don’t think I should be getting this, I think the way Ben Stokes played there, to get a fifty in a final and he does it so many times for us, he should get this (PoTM.). We are going to enjoy this occasion and it is very special. Big square boundaries, so I knew my into the wicket type bowling would work and try to make them hit square of the wicket. We felt the wicket was not as good as we thought it would be,” Curran said.


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