T20 World Cup Key Stats, Records: Most Runs, Wickets, Sixes, Ducks, Wins, 50s, 100s

T20 World Cup Key Stats, Records: Most Runs, Wickets, Sixes, Ducks, Wins, 50s, 100s

T20 World Cup Key Records, Stats: The ICC T20 World Cup 2024 tournament, to be held in USA and West Indies, is just around the corner. The 2024 edition of ICC T20 World Cup is notable for featuring 20 teams, the highest number of participants ever in the tournament’s history.

The Indian cricket team, who last won the T20 World Cup in 2007 under MS Dhoni’s captaincy, has not been able to secure the title since then. Fans are hopeful that Rohit Sharma’s Men in Blue will break the streak and win the prestigious ICC title this time.

For 11 years, India has failed to win an ICC title across formats, making it even more crucial for the Indian team to secure the T20 World Cup this time. This tournament is particularly significant as it is likely the final T20 World Cup for Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, who fans hope will have a dream farewell with a championship victory.

India plays a warm-up game against Bangladesh on Saturday (June 1) and then begin their T20 World Cup 2024 campaign with a match against Ireland on Wednesday (June 5). 

With the T20 World Cup 2024 set to begin, let’s look at some key stats and records in the history of the T20 World Cup matches:

Most matches: Rohit Sharma, 39 matches for India.Most wins as captain: MS Dhoni, 21 wins in 33 matches for India.

Most successful captain: Daren Sammy, with 2 titles (2012 and 2016) for the West Indies.

Most titles: England and the West Indies, with 2 each.

Most wickets: Shakib Al Hasan, 47 wickets in 36 matches for Bangladesh.

Most runs in a single T20 World Cup edition: Virat Kohli, 319 runs in six matches in the 2014 T20 World Cup for India.

Most runs across T20 WC editions: Virat Kohli, 1141 runs in 27 matches for India.

Most sixes: Chris Gayle, 63 sixes in 31 T20 WC matches for West Indies.

Most sixes (in an innings): Chris Gayle, 11 sixes vs England at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on March 16, 2016.

Best bowling figures: Ajantha Mendis, 6 wickets for 8 runs in four overs for Sri Lanka against Zimbabwe in Hambantota on September 18, 2012.

Most ducks: Shahid Afridi (Pakistan) and Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka), 5 each.

Most 50s: Virat Kohli, 14 half-centuries in 27 matches for India.

Most 100s: Chris Gayle, 2 centuries in 33 matches for the West Indies.

Most catches: Jos Buttler, 23 catches in 30 matches for England.

Most dismissals by keeper: MS Dhoni, 32 dismissals (21 catches and 11 stumpings) for India.

Most wins: India and Pakistan, with 28 wins each (India in 44 matches, Pakistan in 47 matches).

Most defeats: Bangladesh, with 28 defeats in 38 matches.

Highest win percentage: Australia, with 62.50% (25 wins in 40 matches).

Highest total: Sri Lanka, 260 for 6 against Kenya in Johannesburg on September 14, 2007.

Lowest total: Netherlands, 39 all out in 10.3 overs against Sri Lanka in Chattogram on March 24, 2014.

Biggest win (by runs): Sri Lanka beat Kenya by 172 runs in Johannesburg on September 14, 2007.

Biggest win (by wickets): Australia beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in Cape Town on September 20, 2007 (chased 102 runs in 10.2 overs).

Highest score: Brendon McCullum, 123 runs from 58 balls for New Zealand against Bangladesh in Pallekele on September 21, 2012.

Highest average (minimum 10 matches): Virat Kohli, 81.50 for India.

Highest strike rate (minimum 500 balls faced): Jos Buttler, 144.48 for England.

Defending champions: England.

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