In the ICC World Cup being played in New Zealand, Australia is facing England in the final. Australia’s wicket-keeper batsman Alyssa Haley, who came out to bat after losing the toss, created history on the strength of her scintillating batting. She became the highest scorer in any World Cup final as she touched the 150-run mark.
All eyes were on the ICC World Cup final between England and Australia. The Kangaroo team lost the toss and England called for the batsman. Till this decision, England’s mind went on, after which the match was completely captured by Australia’s Haley. First, he played an unmatched 160-run partnership for the team with fellow opener Rachel Hines, then took a different form after his dismissal.
Haley’s explosive innings:
In a big match like the World Cup final, Haley played such an innings which created history. This batsman completed his half-century with the help of 6 fours in 62 balls. After this, accelerating the innings, he completed his century in the next 38 balls with 7 more fours.
After this, he completed 150 runs while making the game big on the big stage. He touched 150 runs in 129 balls with the help of 22 fours. A double century was also going to be seen in the final, but Shrubsole put an end to his innings by dismissing Haley for 170 runs.
Biggest innings in ICC World Cup final:
Haley has become the batsman to play the biggest innings in the ICC World Cup final. She holds the record for playing the most innings in the final in both men and women. In the 2007 Men’s World Cup final, Australian legend Adam Gilchrist scored 149 for Sri Lanka.