Women & # 039; s T20 World Cup 2020, Final: Narendra Modi speaks to Australian PM, tomorrow MCG may even be painted blue

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Indian girls's cricket staff will enter the ultimate of the ICC T20 World Cup in opposition to Australia on Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) with the intention of changing into champions for the primary time. Defending champion Australia has reached the ultimate for the sixth time whereas India has been in a position to get the title match for the primary time. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hoped that when the Indian girls's staff lands on the MCG for the ultimate, the stadium might be strewn with blue (Indian staff's jersey).

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The Prime Minister stated this in response to the tweet by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on social media Twitter. <! –

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                 Morrison tagged Modi and tweeted, 'Modi, Australia will compete with India within the last of Women's T20 World Cup in Melbourne tomorrow. In the MCG, there might be two nice groups among the many viewers in an enormous sequence. This goes to be an enormous probability and an excellent match. Australia will prevail all over the place.

Responding to the Australian Prime Minister, Modi tweeted, 'Morrison, the groups of India and Australia within the last of the T20 World Cup, nothing could possibly be better than this. Best needs to Indian girls's staff and Australian girls's staff, congratulations on Women's Day. Win the staff that performs nicely. Like the blue mountain, the MCG might be painted blue tomorrow.

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The first semi-final to be performed between India and England was rained off, whereas Australia defeated South Africa by 5 runs below Duckworth-Louis rule to enter the ultimate.

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