Defending champions have a team full of allrounders, big hitters and exceptional T20 bowlers. Their dance after winning in Sri Lanka was the most appreciated and unique celebration of victory. When T20 World Cup happened to the Cricket World in 2007, West Indies were going down. After four World Cups and popularity of T20 around the globe, West Indies holds the maximum gems. Check the complete record of West Indies of last three T20 World Cups as well as their T20 batting and bowling record.
- 2007 Sarwan (Captain), Ramdin (Wicketkeeper)
2009 Gayle (Captain), Ramdin (Wicketkeeper)
2010 Dwayn Bravo (Captain), Ramdin (Wicketkeeper)
2012 Darren Sammy (Captain), Ramdin (Wicketkeeper)
2014 Darren Sammy (Captain), Ramdin (Wicketkeeper)
Team Performance in World Cup
- 27 players have represented West Indies in 20 matches till 2012 WC.
Dwayn Bravo, Gayle, Pollard and Ramdin have played maximum 18 matches.
664 by Gayle (17 innings) is the highest individual aggregate.
Dwayn Bravo (338) and Samuels (263) are the only other players to aggregate 200+.
1 century (Gayle and 15 half-centuries are hit by WI batsmen.
Gayle has hit 6 half-centuries.
206 sixes hit by the team. 43 belong to Gayle alone. Samuels has 18 and Bravo has 15.
108 wickets taken by WI bowlers till 2012 WC.
With 15 wickets Dwayn Bravo and Rampaul are joint best bowler. Sammy has taken 10 wickets.
2 maiden overs by them, one each by Rampaul and Benn.
4/19 by Simmons and 4/38 by Bravo are their best bowling performance in a match.