The truth about World Cup’s weaknesses and their awkward reality has been exposed by Brutal Finch

The truth about World Cup's weaknesses and their awkward reality has been exposed by Brutal Finch
Marcus Stoinis’ 59-ball 50 helped Australia to victory over India in their World Cup quarter final. With 3 overs remaining, he hit 18 off the fastest half century ever seen at this tournament and set a new record for most balls faced (70) without being bowled orAvailability: His 17 hits included seven fours but no sixes as well!

Finch had clearly had enough of his innings. The moment came in the midst of Marcus Stoinis’ unbelievable 17-ball half century, when he made batting look ridiculously easy - except for one thing: Finch was making it seem impossible! 

Dished up a juicy length from Maheesh Theekshanka and despite being late on impulse shot towards long onto fine; luckily there were no runs scored off this delivery.

The Perth crowd groaned every time Finch ended up on strike instead of hometown hero Stoinis.

Finch somehow made it to the end-of game unbeaten 31 from 42 balls - but he will likely take little confidence from this knock given how few reached outside off stump and those that did were left GD fishing (glecting).

The away team were in need of some quick runs on the board after being placed into bat. The Perth deck proved difficult for both sides, but Finch looked like an easy target - especially with poor timing throughout his innings (1). 

He finally found himself dismissed when bowled by a ball that moved off seam and took extra bounce while seaming around early during this match; however it wasn't enough to prevent Australia from winning by two wickets late yesterday evening at Thunderdownslige Cricket Ground