T20 World Cup: These 5 records are very difficult to break.. Two team India players in the list..

T20 World Cup Records: There are many records in the T20 World Cup. Breaking them is not easy. Now let’s know about five such records..

Oct 19, 2022 | 3:07 PM

Venkata Chari

Venkata Chari |

Oct 19, 2022 | 3:07 PM

The eighth edition of the T20 World Cup is being held in Australia.  This great battle started from October 16. The final match will be held on November 13.  Many records are created in the T20 World Cup held every year.  But now let's know about five records which no one has been able to break till now..

The eighth edition of the T20 World Cup is being held in Australia. This great battle started from October 16. The final match will be held on November 13. Many records are created in the T20 World Cup held every year. But now let’s know about five records which no one has been able to break till now..

1. Most sixes.. In T20 cricket batsmen often rain sixes.  Former West Indies captain Chris Gayle hit 63 sixes in the T20 World Cup.  In this case no player is near him.  After this, Yuvraj Singh is second with 33 sixes.  Apart from this, David Warner and Rohit Sharma hit 31 sixes.  It will not be easy for Gayle to break this record.

1. Most sixes.. In T20 cricket batsmen often rain sixes. Former West Indies captain Chris Gayle hit 63 sixes in the T20 World Cup. In this case no player is near him. After this, Yuvraj Singh is second with 33 sixes. Apart from this, David Warner and Rohit Sharma hit 31 sixes. It will not be easy for Gayle to break this record.

2. Victory by a huge margin.. In the 2007 T20 World Cup, Sri Lanka won the match against Kenya by 172 runs.  This is the biggest win in the T20 World Cup so far.  Batting first in this match, Sri Lanka scored 260 runs.  This is also the highest score by any team in the T20 World Cup.  After that, South Africa came second.  In 2009, they won the match against Scotland by 130 runs.

2. Victory by a huge margin.. In the 2007 T20 World Cup, Sri Lanka won the match against Kenya by 172 runs. This is the biggest win in the T20 World Cup so far. Batting first in this match, Sri Lanka scored 260 runs. This is also the highest score by any team in the T20 World Cup. After that, South Africa came second. In 2009, they won the match against Scotland by 130 runs.

3. Fastest fifty.. Former Indian right-handed batsman Yuvraj Singh recorded the fastest fifty in 12 balls in the T20 World Cup.  He achieved this feat in the 2007 World Cup.  This half century also includes 6 sixes in an over.  Along with Yuvraj, Netherlands batsman Stephen Myberg scored a 17-ball half-century in the 2014 T20 World Cup.

3. Fastest fifty.. Former Indian right-handed batsman Yuvraj Singh recorded the fastest fifty in 12 balls in the T20 World Cup. He achieved this feat in the 2007 World Cup. This half century also includes 6 sixes in an over. Along with Yuvraj, Netherlands batsman Stephen Myberg scored a 17-ball half-century in the 2014 T20 World Cup.

4. Big chase.. In the 2016 T20 World Cup, a match was held between South Africa and England in the group stage.  Batting first in this match, South Africa scored 229 runs for the loss of 4 wickets.  England team broke this score by losing 8 wickets.  Apart from this, South Africa scored 208 runs against West Indies in the year 2007.

4. Big chase.. In the 2016 T20 World Cup, a match was held between South Africa and England in the group stage. Batting first in this match, South Africa scored 229 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. England team broke this score by losing 8 wickets. Apart from this, South Africa scored 208 runs against West Indies in the year 2007.

5. High average.. In cricket, a good average of batsmen means that they are scoring runs consistently.  Virat Kohli is the batsman with the highest average runs in the history of T20 cricket so far.  So far he has played 21 matches and scored 845 runs at an average of 76.82.  He also scored 10 fifties.  Former Australian batsman Michael Hussey is second in average in T20 World Cup.  He scored at an average of 54.63.

5. High average.. In cricket, a good average of batsmen means that they are scoring runs consistently. Virat Kohli is the batsman with the highest average runs in the history of T20 cricket so far. So far he has played 21 matches and scored 845 runs at an average of 76.82. He also scored 10 fifties. Former Australian batsman Michael Hussey is second in average in T20 World Cup. He scored at an average of 54.63.


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