Australia’s women’s cricket team has once again won the World Cup title. Australia won by 19 runs under the leadership of Mag Lanning in the final match against South Africa in Cape Town on Sunday. This is Australia’s sixth T20 World Cup. In this match, as soon as Australia’s captain Meg Lanning came on the field for the toss, a record was recorded in her name, ahead of which the world’s legendary captains Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Ricky Ponting Like even the bullies don’t stop. In fact, this was Meg Lanning’s 100th match as captain in T20 cricket. In this way, he has scored a special century of playing T20 International match as captain.
Meg Lanning is the only cricketer in the world
The credit for this success of Australia is being given to Captain Mag Lanning, under whose leadership the team has won 5 World Cups. These include four T20 World Cups and one ODI World Cup. Also, Australia won the Commonwealth Games gold medal under his leadership. The amazing thing is that no captain has won so many ICC titles, be it men’s or women’s cricket. Meg Lanning has left behind Australia’s Ricky Ponting and India’s Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the case of this record. Australia has won 4 titles (2 World Cups, 2 Champions Trophy) under the leadership of Ricky Ponting, while MS Dhoni has 3 titles (one ODI World Cup, one T20 World Cup, and one Champions Trophy).
Amazing at the age of just 30
Meg Lanning’s age is only 30 years and she is a legend of cricket not only in terms of captaincy but also in batting. Meg Lanning has 17 centuries in international cricket, which is a record. She has scored 15 ODI centuries and 2 T20 centuries.
Meg Lanning’s career
Apart from T20, Lanning has also played 104 ODIs for Australia. In ODI cricket, he has scored 4602 runs at an average of 53.51. In ODI cricket, he has scored 15 centuries and 21 half-centuries. At the same time, in Tests, she has scored 345 runs in 6 Tests.
Meg Lanning’s Big Titles
• Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gold Medal (Captain)
• ICC World Cup – 2013, 2022 (Captain)
• ICC T20 World Cup – 2012, 2014, 2018, 2020, 2023 (Captain in the last 4)
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