CricketCameron Green all set to face his MI skipper in the WTC final
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IPL 2023 was amazing for the Australian all-rounder Cameron Green, as he scored 452 runs and took six wickets for Mumbai Indians . This also includes the century he made in the last league stage match against Sunrisers Hyderabad. With his great form and performance, he also became the most expensive Australian in IPL history. Now that IPL has finished, his stint playing under Rohit Sharma is also over and it’s time for him to show what he has learned from the Indian skipper in the World Test Championship final.


Green will now face Sharma as Foe  


Green also built a partnership of 128 runs with Rohit Sharma in the last league stage match, and with his 100 runs off 47 balls, the Mumbai Indians were eventually ousted in qualifier 2.
Now Green and Rohit Sharma are all set to cross paths again when India clashes against Australia in the World Test Championship final at the Oval Stadium. The Mumbai Indians teammates will now be foes in the WTC final, and Green will try to turn that around with whatever he learned from the Indian skipper.

Green about his MI skipper Rohit Sharma 


When Green was asked by the ICC about playing under Rohit’s guidance, he said, “The kind of calmness he shows in the field is very evident. He has apparently been there and been doing this for 10 years. It was a great and wonderful experience to hang out with him and talk through the situation. My role was to play aggressive, and then he  showed me ways to go about it, whether it was to attack spin or kind of pick your bowler in a way.

Green is in a good form 


Green has been in good form for a few months, as he took a five-wicket haul in the Boxing Day test and then shined with the bat too by making his maiden test century. That breakthrough century came in his 20th test, as Australia chased down an improbable victory against India in Ahmedabad but ultimately fell short and lost the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series by 2-1.
The all-rounder played only the last two tests of the four in that series, which included the Indore one, where Australia won, but now the teams will be meeting again as they face each other in London for the WTC. Both teams have strong players who are in good form, so it will not be an easy final as all of them will be putting 100 percent of their efforts for the win.