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India vs New Zealand WTC Final

The long-awaited India vs New Zealand World Test Championship match has come to an end, and the result is finally in! India has emerged as the champion, becoming the first team to win the prestigious World Test Championship. The match was a thrilling encounter that kept cricket fans on the edge of their seats for the entire duration. It was a hard-fought battle between two teams determined to take home the title. In the end, India came out on top and cemented their place as the top Test cricketing nation in the world.

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Background on the World Test Championship

The World Test Championship (WTC) is a nine-team tournament that was established in 2019 by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The tournament is designed to bring more context and meaning to the longest format of cricket and is the first-ever global test championship.

The teams in the tournament are split into two groups and each team plays a series of three matches against each of their opponents. At the conclusion of the round-robin stage, the two teams with the most points from each group qualify for the final. 

The two finalists then battle it out in a five-day match, with a winner crowned as the champion of the WTC. This year, the finals were between India and New Zealand, who both put on an impressive display of cricket in the lead up to this momentous event.

How the final match played out

The India vs New Zealand World Test Championship final match was an intense battle between two top-notch teams. India’s strong batting lineup, headed by captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, put up a strong performance against New Zealand’s formidable bowling attack. India managed to take the lead in the first innings, scoring 329 runs in response to New Zealand’s 124 runs. 

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India then produced a strong bowling display, restricting New Zealand to just 203 runs in their second innings. With a healthy lead of 326 runs, India set a formidable target of 329 runs for New Zealand to chase. But with their strong bowling attack and some brilliant batting from the top order, India managed to keep New Zealand at bay, eventually emerging as the victor with a scoreline of 329 runs for 7 wickets. 

With this victory, India not only became the first team to win the inaugural ICC World Test Championship but also the first Asian nation to be crowned as champions. This is a huge moment for Indian cricket, as it sets the benchmark for future teams.

India’s victory

The Indian cricket team is celebrating after becoming the 2020 World Test Championship (WTC) champions, with an emphatic victory over New Zealand at the finals in Southampton. The Indian team fought hard to win the match by a 2-1 margin and take home the coveted trophy.

The final match was a tense affair, as India looked to secure the championship title by securing a victory or a draw in the match. India got off to a strong start, taking an early lead with Rohit Sharma’s double century in the first innings and then putting in a solid performance with the ball in the second. In the end, India managed to take the lead in the match and hold onto it to clinch the win.

With this victory, India have become only the second country to win the World Test Championship, and they have done so in style. This win will be remembered as one of the greatest moments in Indian cricket history and will go down as one of the most memorable triumphs of all time. It is also a testament to the grit and determination that the Indian team has displayed over the past two years, and proves that when they set their minds to something, they can achieve it.

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This win is also a source of immense pride for every Indian cricket fan, and a fitting reward for all their support. India have now proved that they are one of the best teams in world cricket, and will no doubt continue to dominate the international circuit for many more years to come. Congratulations to the Indian cricket team on this incredible achievement!

Dario Smith