ICC T20 WC All Records 2022 Updated

T20 World Cup Records: ICC started the T20 World cricket world cup tournament. It started in 2007, and there have been 5 tournaments so far. At the moment, there are 16 teams in the championship: 10 full ICC members and 6 affiliate and associate members.

The event usually takes place every two years, and matches are played as T20 Internationals. South Africa was the first country to host the T20 Worlds, and India was the first country to win the first ICC World T20 championship. The championship has a Round Robin format, then a Super 8 stage, and then the semi-finals and the final.

T20 World Cup Records Listed here (Updated 2022)

Most sixes in T20 World Cup

Chris Gayle, the most dangerous batsman for the West Indies, hit the most sixes during the T20 World Cup. He has hit more sixes than anyone else in the T20 World Cup.

Let’s see who comes next on the list of T20 World Cup players with the most sixes:

1. Chris Gayle (63 Sixes in 33 Matches)

Chris Gayle, a batsman for the West Indies who bats with his left hand, is in first place for hitting the most sixes in the T20 World Cup. He is the most dangerous batsman in the shortest version of the game. In 31 innings in the T20 World, he has hit 63 sixes, making him the most dangerous batsman.

In the 2007 T20 World Cup, he played his best in the first match against South Africa. He scored 117 runs from 57 balls, which helped West Indies add 205 runs to the scoreboard, but they couldn’t save the total. Even though Windes lost that match, Gayle was named Man of the Match because of how well he played.

Chris Gayle’s first T20 game was on February 16, 2006, against New Zealand in Auckland. His last T20 game will be on November 6, 2021, against Australia in Abu Dhabi. Since his first Twenty20 International (T20I), he has played in 79 more and scored 1899 runs at a strike rate of 137.50.

2. Rohit Sharma (34 Sixes in 33 Matches)

Rohit Sharma, the Indian team’s “hit man,” has hit the second-most sixes so far in the T20 World Cup. During the T20 World Cup, he has hit 31 sixes in 30 innings, making him the second Indian batsman to hit the most sixes. Rohit Sharma’s best score in the T20 World Cup was an unbeaten 79 runs against Australia in the 15th match in 2010.

They were trying to reach a goal of 185 runs. From 2007 to 2016, he played in 33 T20 World Cup games and scored 847 runs, which is a strike rate of 131.5. Rohit played his first Twenty20 game on September 19, 2007, against England in Durban. Since then, he has played in 125 games and scored 3313 runs for India at a strike rate of 139.55.

3. Yuvraj Singh (33 Sixes in 31 Matches)

Yuvraj Singh, an Indian left-handed all-rounder who played in the T20 World Cup, is third on the list of people who hit the most sixes. From 2007 to 2016, he played in 31 T20 Internationals (T20I) and hit 33 sixes in 28 innings. In 2007, he did his best in the T20 World Cup against Australia in the semi-finals. He scored 70 runs, which helped the Indian team get to the final.

Yuvi was named Man of the Match in that game. He has always been an important part of the Indian team, no matter what kind of game it was. However, after the 2014 T20 World Cup final, so many people hated him. He played his first T20 game on September 13, 2007, against Scotland in Durban. Since then, he has played 51 T20 games and scored 1177 runs at a strike rate of 136.38.

List of Most sixes in T20 World Cup

Chris Gayle6333West Indies117
Rohit Sharma3432India79*
Yuvraj Singh3331India70
Shane Watson3124Australia81
David Warner3130Australia89*
AB de Villiers3030South Africa79*
Jos Buttler2621England101*
Dwayne Bravo2534West Indies66*
Mahila Jayawardene2531Sri Lanka100
JP Duminy2325South Africa86*
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Most sixes in T20 World Cup in Each Edition

Craig McMillan136New Zealand2007
Yuvraj Singh95India2009
Cameron White127Australia2010
Chris Gayle166West Indies2012
Stephan Myburgh137Netherland2014
Tamim Iqbal144Bangladesh2016
Jos Buttler136England2021
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T20 World Cup Player of the Tournament List

In the last session of the T20 World Cup 2021, Australian opener David Warner was a key part of Australia getting the most runs and winning the title. See who won the T20 World Cup. Now, let’s look at the T20 World Cup players who won “Man of the Series” from 2007 to 2021.

1. Shahid Afridi (Man of the Series in 2007)

Former Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi won the Man of the Series award at the 2007 T20 World Cup. Pakistan made it to the final, where they faced India. However, Pakistan couldn’t beat India, so they lost the final competition. So, India became the first team to win the T20 World Cup. The Pakistani all-rounder did well all season long. He took 12 wickets and scored 91 runs, with 46 runs being his best performance with the bat.

2. Tillakaratne Dilshan (Man of the Series in 2009)

Former Sri Lankan all-rounder Tilakaratne Dilshan won the 2009 T20 World. Pakistan and Sri Lanka played in Lord’s T20 World Cup 2009 final. Sri Lanka lost the final, but Dilshan was named Man of the Series for his 317 runs at 52.83 with 3 fifties. Despite being out twice for 0 runs, he was the leading scorer and only player to reach 300.

3. Kevin Pietersen (Player of the Series in 2010)

Kevin Pietersen was named T20 World 2010 Man of the Series. England easily reached Australia’s T20 World Cup 2010 target of 148 runs in 17 overs. Kevin Pietersen scored 47 runs in that match and 248 overall at 62 avg. and 137.77 sr. Unbeaten 73 runs including 2 fifties in T20 World Cup 2010.

List of Player of Tournament in T20 World Cup

Shahid AfridiPakistan2007
Tilakaratane DilhanSri Lanka2009
Kevin PietersonEngland2010
Shane WatsonAustralia2012
Virat KohliIndia2014
Virat KohliIndia2016
David WarnerAustralia2021
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T20 World Cup Winners List from 2007 to 2022

With the T20 World Cup 2022 coming up, it would be interesting to know from the start who will win the tournament. Here are the details of the T20 World Cup List from 2007 to 2022. You can also look at the records for the T20 World Cup.

First T20 World Cup Winner: India in 2007 (vs Pakistan)

India and Pakistan played the first T20 World Cup final in Johannesburg on 24 Sep 2007. Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and chose to bat first. Gautam Gambhir scored 74 in 54 balls, and Rohit Sharma scored 30 in 16. Thus, India scored 158 runs. Pakistani batsmen lost early wickets while chasing. Misbah-ul-Haq helped Pakistan win. Pakistan needed 13 runs in the last over to win T20 World Cup 2007. Pakistan lost. Irfan Pathan and RP Singh each captured 3 wickets. India won the 2007 T20 World Cup.

2009 T20 World Cup Winner: Pakistan (vs Sri Lanka)

2009’s T20 World Cup final was between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Both teams battled at Lord’s on June 21. Sri Lanka won the toss and batted first. Tillakaratne Dilshan’s early dismissal cost them the match. Pakistan smashed Sri Lanka’s top order, and only Kumar Sangakkara could accomplish much. His 64 not out helped them score 138. Shahid Afridi’s fifty helped Pakistani batsmen reach their objective. Pakistan won 2009’s T20 World Cup.

2010 T20 World Cup Winner: England (vs Australia)

England and Australia battled for the Third T20 World Cup title. On May 16, England’s captain won the toss and invited Barbados to bat. Australia’s openers were quickly lost. David Hussey’s 59 runs helped them reach 147 when they were 45-4. Despite losing an early wicket, England batsmen made 111 runs for the 2nd wicket. Craig Kieswetter’s 63 runs and Kevin Pietersen’s 47 runs won the 2010 T20 World Cup.

T20 World Cup Winners List from 2007 to 2022

1stIndiaPakistan5 runsJohannesburg2007
2ndPakistanSri Lanka8 wicketsLondon2009
3rdEnglandAustralia7 wicketsBridgetown2010
4thWest IndiesSri Lanka36 runsColombo2012
5thSri LankaIndia6 wicketsDhaka2014
6thWest IndiesEngland4 wicketsKolkata2016
7thAustraliaNew Zealand8 wicketsDubai2021
8thEnglandPakistan5 WicketsMelbourne2022
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Fastest Fifty in T20 World Cup

In World Cup history, we’ve seen many extraordinary performances that changed the game. The batters’ cameos put their team ahead. Every team wants quick-scoring batsmen. For a batsman, scoring a half-century quickly is difficult, but some have played the fastest innings in history. This article shows the fastest T20 World Cup half-century.

4. Glenn Maxwell (18 balls) against Pakistan in the 2014 World Cup

Three players hit the third-fastest 50 in 18 balls. Glenn Maxwell first. Australia and Pakistan played the 16th World Cup match. The Green Men batted first and scored 191/5. Umar Akmal made 94 off 54 balls. Australia lost their first two wickets for 8 runs while chasing a big target. Aaron Finch and Glenn Maxwell then added 118 runs. Maxwell was on another level than Finch. He hit 30 runs off Bilawal Bhatti in one over during his 74-ball innings. Australia lost by 16 runs.

3. Stephan Myburgh (17 balls) against Ireland in 2014 World Cup

Ireland and the Netherlands played the second-fastest fifty in 2014. This match was intense. The Irish first innings score was 189/4. Andrew Poynter (57 off 38) and Kevin O’Brian (42/16) played cameos. The Netherlands openers came with a plan to hit power-play homers. They succeed. Stephan Myburgh’s half-century helped them add 91 runs in six overs. He scored 63 off 23 balls, the second-fastest T20 World Cup fifty. Netherlands won with 37 balls left.

2. Marcus Stoinis (17 balls) against Sri Lanka in 2022 T20 World Cup

Marcus Stoinis hit 50 against Sri Lanka in just 17 balls, which was Australia’s and his fastest 50 in a T20I or T20 World Cup. He was still not out after making 59 with four 4s and six 6s in just 18 balls.

1. Yuvraj Singh (12 balls) against England in 2007 World Cup

First T20 World Cup in South Africa saw the fastest fifty. This was India and England’s do-or-die 21st World Cup match. India won the toss and batted first. The openers added 136 runs for the first wicket. Sehwag and Gambhir each scored 58. After losing three wickets quickly, India brought out Yuvraj Singh.

Before the match, he wasn’t playing well. He had a once-in-a-lifetime innings in that match. He hit the fastest international fifty in 12 balls. In that match, the southpaw hit six sixes in an over from Stuart Broad and scored 58 runs off 16 balls. India’s 218/4 win by 18 runs.

Fastest Century in T20 World Cup

In the T20 World Cup, there are nine times when a batsman gets a hundred. When a team scores a century, they are almost always in a position to win, but in shorter games, it is very hard to get to 100 runs. So, in this article, we’ll talk about the batsman who reached 100 runs the fastest in the T20 World Cup.

3. Brendon McCullum’s 2012 World Cup 100 off 51 balls vs. Bangladesh

Brendon McCullum is third. McCullum scored a century against Bangladesh in the 2016 World Cup. In 20 overs, the Kiwis scored 191/3. McCullum’s 51-ball century helped his team score. He scored 124 runs off 58 balls, with 11 boundaries and 7 maximums, at 212.06 strike rate. This is the highest T20 World Cup score ever.

2. Chris Gayle’s 2007 World Cup 100 off 50 balls

“Universe Boss” has the second-fastest ICC century. Only the left-hander has scored two T20 World Cup centuries. First-match century against South Africa. This was the first ICC century ever. West Indies first innings score: 205/6. Chris Gayle scored a 100 off 50 balls. He scored 117 off 57 balls, with seven boundaries and ten sixes. Herschelle Gibbs’ 90* helped West Indies lose the match. Gayle was “Match MVP”.

1. Chris Gayle (100 off 47 balls) against England in the 2016 Event

Chris Gayle is the game’s hardest batter. Gayle has nearly every record. Also tops this list. “Universe Boss” scored the fastest T20 century. England played. First-batting England scored 182/6 in 20 overs. West Indies opener Johnson Charles was out in the opening over. Gayle’s storm single-handedly beat England. The southpaw’s 47-ball century won the game. He scored 100* from 48 balls with five fours and 11 sixes.

Highest Score in T20 World Cup

That’s why every team wants to bat first and get as many runs as possible. There are many times when a few teams put up huge scores that seem impossible. So, in this article, we’ll look at the team that scored the most runs in the T20 World Cup.

3. 2016 World Cup: South Africa vs. England (229/4)

The third and second highest T20 World Cup totals are interesting. Both goals came from the same game. The 18th World Cup match. Winning the toss, England bowled first at Wankhede. Both South African openers were brilliant. They scored 96 in 8 overs. Hashim Amla hit 58 off 31 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes.

Quinton de Kock hit 52 off 24 balls with seven fours and three sixes. After a good start, South Africa lost three wickets. JP Duminy and David Miller helped them reach 229/4. Miller was unbeaten on 12 and Duminy on 54*. South Africa scored a huge total, but the English batters played similarly and chased down the target in the last over.

2. England vs. South Africa, 2016 World Cup

Wankhede Stadium’s pitch is a batsman’s paradise. In the 18th World Cup match, that happened. South Africa scored 229 in 20 overs. The English batter had no other choice. England scored 90 runs in six overs despite losing wickets in the middle.

Joe Root was anchoring the innings, and other batters were attacking. Jason Roy’s 43 off 16 balls and Joe Root’s incredible innings won for England. Root scored 83 off 44 balls with six fours and four boundaries to win the match.

1. Sri Lanka (260/6) against Kenya in the 2007 World Cup

Sri Lanka’s 2007 World Cup total versus Kenya was the fourth-highest ever. This was Johannesburg’s 8th match. Kenya bowled after winning the toss. Sanath Jayasuriya was doing well after Upal Tharanga’s departure. Kumar Sanagakkara (30) and Mahela Jayawardene helped (65).

Sri Lanka scored 260/6 in 20 overs with second- and third-wicket partnerships of 75 and 87 runs. A side scoring over 250 runs in 20 overs was a surprise at the time. Jayarsuriya scored 88. Kenya was bowled out for 88 while chasing the objective. Sri Lanka won 172 runs.

Highest T20 World Cup Score Total

Sri Lanka260/620.01Kenya2007
England230/819.42South Africa2016
South Africa229/420.01England2016
South Africa211/520.01Scotland2009
South Africa209/520.01Afghanisthan2016
South Africa208/217.42West Indies2007
West Indies205/620.01South Africa2007
West Indies205/420.01Australia2012
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Highest Individual Score in T20 World Cup

As we’ve seen in past T20 World Cups, the best batsman always helps his team do better. But if we’re talking about one game, one big inning can make sure the team wins. And in the history of the ICC tournament, there have been a few batsmen who have had really big innings.

3. Alex Hales’ 2014 World Cup 116* vs. Sri Lanka

Alex Hales is an English opener. He occasionally has great T20 innings. His 2014 World Cup century versus Sri Lanka ranks third. England and Sri Lanka played their 22nd match. Sri Lanka batted first and scored 189/4.

Mahela Jayawardene scored 89 and Dilshan 55. The English team lost two wickets in the first over without scoring any runs. Alex Hales’s inning impacted the game. With Eoin Morgan, he added 152 runs for the third wicket and remained unbeaten on 116* off 64 balls, including 11 fours and six sixes. Hales received MOM for England’s 6-wicket win.

2. Chris Gayle (117) against South Africa in 2007 World Cup

Cricket storm Chris Gayle. The West Indian opener is unmatched. Gayle scored a century in the first T20 World Cup match in 2007. West Indies and South Africa’s first World Cup match.

First-batting Caribbean scored 205/6 runs. Gayle and Devon Smith added 145 runs for the first wicket. Left-hander scored 117 off 57 balls with seven fours and 10 sixes. First World Cup century and first inning with 10 sixes. South Africa beat India by 8 wickets. Gayle had the second-best ICC score.

1. Brendon McCullam (123) against Bangladesh in the 2012 Event

Brendon McCullam is a destructive batsman. In the first IPL match in 2008, he scored 158* runs. And he tops the list. It was New Zealand and Bangladesh’s fifth Pallekele match. The Bangladeshis won the toss and chose to bowl.

The Black Caps lost Martin Guptill early, bringing McCullum to bat. After that, the batter was a carnage. He hit a 51-ball century and 123 runs off 58. Right-hander hit 11 4s and 7 6s. NZ made 191/3. Chasing a big total, Bangladesh lost wickets early and often. NZ won by 59 runs.

Highest Individual Score in the T20 World Cup List

Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)12358117Bangladesh2012
Chris Gayle (West Indies)11757710South Africa2007
Alex Hales (England)116*64116Sri Lanka2014
Ahmed Shehzad (Pakistan)111*62105Bangladesh2014
Tamim Iqbal (Bangladesh)103*63105Oman2016
Jos Buttler (England)101*6796Sri Lanka2021
Suresh Raina (India)1016095South Africa2010
Chris Gayle (West Indies)100*48511England2016
Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)10064104Zimbabwe2010
Luke Wright (England)99*5586Afghanistan2012
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