Australia proceeded to secure the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup title for the fifth time in the wake of overcoming India in the competition last held recently.
Netflix’s most recent narrative ‘Past the Boundary’ is a review take a gander at the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 that was held between February 21 and March 8, prior this year. The Australian ladies’ group proceeded to secure the title for the fifth time in the wake of overcoming India in the last standoff in Melbourne.
The competition saw the rise of new legends in the ladies’ down, as more cricket fans than any time in recent memory turned on to watch the match.
Take for example, the last match of the competition, which was played on International Women’s Day before a record 86,174 observers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. This was likewise a record year as far as communicate viewership and advanced commitment.
‘FANS GET TO RELIVE THE ACTION’
Through the narrative, cricket fans will get an opportunity to remember all the activity, energy, and feeling from the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020. With engrossing visuals, editorial, and meetings in the development to and during the occasion, it catches the advancement of the groups and the feelings of players as they examine planning for such a major occasion and defining moments in various matches.
“The film captures all the action and drama from the tournament, which set new benchmarks for not just women’s cricket but all women’s sport and gives fans around the world the chance to relive one of the greatest ICC events we have ever staged,” ICC Chief Executive Manu Sawhney said.
The perspectives on reporters and managers, festivity of the groups, in the background, and changing area film, just as pop star Katy Perry’s exhibitions when the last match are all piece of the film.
“The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 was a landmark event not just for cricket, but for all women’s sport, breaking viewing and attendance records.
“I’m sure that Netflix members will love the new perspective that Beyond the Boundary brings to this unforgettable tournament,” Myleeta Aga, Director, Content – SEA and Australia said.