| On Nov 24, 2021 1:57 PM IST

ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Prize Money: How much 2021 T20 WC winner Australia and runner up New Zealand have won?

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T20 World Cup 2021 was a fantastic tournament organized by United Arab Emirates, Oman Cricket in co-operation with BCCI. The associate nations like Oman and Namibia were impressive in their first outing in the T20 World Cup 2021. While, Bangladesh and West Indies team had a disappointing run. The India and South Africa team tried hard, but could not seal the top 4 spots of the tournament.

The top 4 places were sealed by Pakistan, England, Australia, and New Zealand. The Australian team won the semifinal fixture against Pakistan by 5 wickets. While, the New Zealand team also secured victory against England in the same manner.


How Much Money did T20 World Cup 2021 Winner and Runner Up Won?

The total prize money allotted by International Cricket Council for the T20 World Cup Winner is $5.6 million (41.6 Crores). Every team contesting in the Super 12 Stage will be getting the money, irrespective of their performance in the tournament. The teams will get INR 42 Lakhs for featuring in the Super 12 stage, and the additional prize for each win in the Super 12 stage will be around 30 Lakhs. For example, Indian team with 3 wins will get the total prize money of around 1.4 Crores Rupees. The prize allotted to the winner of the T20 World Cup is around 12 Crores, and Runner Up will get the amount of 6 Crores.

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The winner of T20 World Cup is Australia and have won 12 Crores. While the Runner up New Zealand will get an amount of 6 Crores.


Australia win their maiden T20 World Cup Title

The Australia team have emerged as the T20 World Cup 2021 Champions. The New Zealand team batted well to post 172 runs on the board, with the contribution of 85 from Kane Williamson. While Hazlewood picked 3 wickets for Australia.

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Then, David Warner scored 53, and Mitchell Marsh remained unbeaten of 77 to help the Australia team in winning the T20 World Cup 2021.

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