ICC T20 World Cup 2022: 100 days countdown begins, Australia welcomes big event

The sacred ground of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) took center stage and the pitch was moved to the center of Melbourne until the best 16-team cricketers in the world competed for the final prize in T20 cricket.

Cricket legends Shane Watson, Waqar Younis and Morne Morkel, Australian international stars Aaron Finch, Georgia Verham and Tyla Velimink, along with other Australian celebrities, embarked on the ICC T20 World Cup trophy tour run by Nissan.

The trophy tour will visit 35 locations in 13 countries across four continents, more than ever before.

The men’s T20 World Cup trophy will stop for the first time in Fiji, Finland, Germany, Ghana, Indonesia, Japan, Namibia, Nepal, Singapore and Vanuatu, bringing the game to more fans in different countries to catch a glimpse of T20 cricket. The final prize.

A trophy tour designed for fans anytime, anywhere with 3D augmented reality filters on the official T20 World Cup Facebook and Instagram channels.

Fans are encouraged to use trophy filters to get creative and show the world where you play cricket. The best images created by the fans will be celebrated weekly and some of the lucky ones will be rewarded with the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup theme.

The World Tour, starting in Melbourne, will culminate on October 16 in Geelong for the inaugural match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 between Trophy Tour 2014 champions Sri Lanka and Namibia.

Fans can follow trophy tours around the world on the T20 World Cup social media channel or through the dedicated trophy tour section on the T20 World Cup website.

More than 800,000 fans are expected to attend the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, with additional tickets for all the matches announced today, except for the India-Pakistan match on October 23.

Normal distribution of match tickets took place five minutes after the public sale began in February. If more tickets are available for the match, they will be issued at a later date.

ICC chief executive Geoff Allardyce
With just 100 days left until the start of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, 16 teams are in a frenzy before coming together for the final prize in T20 cricket in Australia.

“Celebrating the launch of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour, run by Nissan, is another milestone in carrying the trophy to ten countries for the first time, once again using the T20 format as a vehicle to grow. Our commitment. To add new fans to the game and around the world.

Australian men’s captain Aaron Finch
“This is an exciting time for cricket as many world class teams are playing across the country. With just 100 days left, you can create excitement in the team about the possibility of playing the World Cup at home in front of our fans.

“Every match in the World Cup is a tough game and anyone can beat anyone on their day, so we are going to play white ball cricket to make sure we are ready in the next two months. The first ball of the World Cup in October

100-Day Countdown (ICC)

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour is being run by Nissan, Ambassador Shane Watson
“As a player, some things can be at the top of the World Cup at home and I can’t wait to see the best T20 players in the world on the fastest pitches in Australia. This is going to be an incredible sight.

“Looking forward to this event, I look forward to taking the T20 World Cup trophy to our beautiful country to give fans a chance to be a part of this grand cricket festival.”

Adam Patterson, Managing Director, Nissan Australia
He added: “With 100 days to go until the first ball of the World Cup, Nissan is preparing for a grand event across the country. We are proud to have been instrumental in bringing excitement and innovation by supporting the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour run by Nissan, along with Nissan Ambassador, Mel Jones and Mitchell Johnson. “

Australia is also the previous winner of the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup in the UAE. This was his first T20 World Cup title.

The Aussies will try to defend the championship in front of their home crowd and start as one of the firm’s favorite players with a good knowledge of pitches and conditions.

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