Twenty20 World Cup 2007 Record

India won the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup hosted in South Africa in 2007, defeating the arch rivals Pakistan. West Indies and New Zealand reached the semifinals.

2016 T20WC: Complete Fixture and Results

Tournament Facts

    Winner: India
    Participating Teams: 12
    Teams Knocked Out in Group: West Indies, Zimbabwe, Scotland, Kenya
    Results: 25 (13 by wickets, 12 by runs), 1 NR, 1 Tie
    Tie: 1 (Ind vs Pak at group stage)
    Player of the Series:
    100/50 1 (Chris Gayle 117)/32
    3w/4w/5w: 18/10/0
    200+ Team Score: 5 (one each by SL, Ind, SA, WI and Eng)
    Highest Score: 260/6 (SL vs Kenya)
    Lowest Score: 83 (Ban vs SL), 88 (Kenya vs SL)
    Maximum Runs: 265 (Hayden of Aus), 227 (Gambhir), 218 (Misbah)
    Maximum Wickets: 13 (Umar Gul), 12 (Stuart Clark, RP Singh and Afridi)
    Best performance in innings: 4/7 (Gillespie vs NZ)
    100+ Partnerships: 9

    Most Dismissals: 9 (Gilchrist)
    Biggest Win: 10wkts (Aus def SL), 172 runs (SL def Kenya)
    Biggest Win by Remaining Balls: 74 (NZ def Kenya)
    Narrowest Win: 5 runs (Ind def Pak, NZ def Eng)
    Narrowest Win by Remaining Balls: 1 (Zim def Aus),
    Most Sixes: 13 (McMillan of NZ), 12 (Yuvraj)

Team Records

    India 4 Won, 1 Lost, 1 Tie, 1 No Result
    No Result: Scotland
    Tied: Pakistan
    Lost: 10 runs NZ
    Won: by 18 runs (England), by 37 runs (South Africa), won by 15 runs (Australia in semifinal), won by 5 runs (Pak in final)

    Pakistan 5 Won, 1 Lost, 1 Tie
    Lost: by 5 runs to India in final
    Tie: India
    Won: by 51 run (Scotland), by 33 runs (SL), by 6 wkts (Aus), by 4 wkts (Ban), by 6 wkts (NZ in semis)

    Australia 3 Won, 3 Lost
    Lost: by 6 wkts (Pak), by 15 runs (Ind in semis), by 5 wkts (Zim)
    Won: by 8 wkts (Eng), by 9 wkts (Ban), by 10 wkts (Aus)

    New Zealand 3 Won, 3 Lost
    Lost: by 7 wkts (SL), by 6 wkts (SA), by 6 wkts (Pak in semis)
    Won: by 9 wkts (Kenya), by 10 runs (Ind), by 5 runs (Eng)

    South Africa 4 Won, 1 Lost
    Won: by 8 wkts (WI), by 7 wkts (Ban), by 19 runs (Eng), by 6 wkts (NZ)
    Lost: India (37 runs)

    Sri Lanka 3 Won, 2 Lost
    Lost: by 10 wkts (Aus), by 33 runs (Pak)
    Won: by 172 runs (Kenya), by 7 wkts (NZ), by 64 runs (Ban)

    England 1 Won, 3 Lost
    Lost: by 8 wkts (Aus), by 19 runs (SA), by 5 runs (NZ)
    Won: by 50 runs (Zim)

    Zimbabwe 1 Won, 1 Lost
    Lost: by 50 runs (Eng)
    Won: by 5 wkts (Aus)

    West Indies 0 Won, 2 Lost
    Lost: by 8 wkts (SA), by 6 wkts (Ban)

    Kenya 0 Won, 2 Lost
    Lost: by 9 wkts (NZ), by 172 runs (SL)

    Scotland 1 Lost, 1 NR
    Lost: by 51 runs (Pak)
    No Result: India

Record Partnerships by Wickets

    1st 145 Gayle, D Smith West Indies v South Africa
    2nd 95 DS Smith, S Chanderpaul West Indies v Ban
    3rd 120* HH Gibbs, JM Kemp South Africa v WI
    4th 101 Younis Khan, Shoaib Malik Pakistan v Sri Lanka
    5th 119* Shoaib Malik, Misbah-ul-Haq Pakistan v Australia
    6th 73 CD McMillan, JDP Oram New Zealand v India
    7th 45* J Mubarak, G Wijekoon Sri Lanka v Kenya
    8th 40 J Mubarak, WPUJC Vaas Sri Lanka v Australia
    9th 27 JK Kamande, RL Bhudia Kenya v New Zealand
    10th 18 RM Haq, JD Nel Scotland v Pakistan
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