”It’s Time For Aaron Finch To Decide About His T20 Future As He…..” Shocking Revelation From Australian Coach

The defending champion and host of the T20 World Cup 2022, have been terminated just ahead of semi-final. After the devastating performance in the prestigious tournament, the whole cricketing fraternity have been trolling the Australian cricket players and especially the skipper Aaron Finch.

The early exit from the world cup has exposed the Australian team. Their main problem is the failure of their skipper after the injury. After the exit, the Australian Coach stated that we had discussed Aaron Finch’s future after the injury but the issues have yet to discuss.

“Haven’t really put much thought or time on that. It’s a little bit raw on the back of the World Cup but he’s got some time to think about that” said McDonald.
“The Big Bash will probably determine his future, how he goes there, his performances, how his body is holding up or His body’s failed him here in terms of his hamstring strain that put him out of the World Cup” he further added.

“The next game’s not until August next year so that gives him a lot of time to repair if he’s willing to go on, if not I’m sure over the next couple of weeks he’ll have a think about that and call it” the Australian coach suggested.

Speaking on the performance of his team in the T2o World Cup, he described that the defeat in the opening encounter was a big loss for us and the clash washed against England became a wound for us in the ongoing world cup.

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“Really disappointing wasn’t in the plan to be heading back to our home ports today. We suffered a slow start to the tournament and we couldn’t really grapple that back. Any time things are taken out of your control you’re left feeling a little numb around it” said McDonald.

On Saturday, England beat Sri Lanka by 5 wickets and ended their journey in this world cup. Now, New Zealand and England are the two teams, who have qualified for the semis from Group 1, whereas from Group 2, India and Pakistan are the two dominating sides qualified for the semis.

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