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Memorable Moments of T20 World Cup from Over the Years

• 03 Jun, 24 • by Inkspilled
Memorable Moments of T20 World Cup from Over the Years


Get ready for cricket fever! The T20 World Cup kicks off on June 1st, promising a month of exciting matches across the USA and the West Indies. With 55 games on the schedule, there’s bound to be plenty of drama and historic moments.

To get you pumped, let’s revisit some unforgettable moments from past tournaments:


Gayle show in Johannesburg – 2007

Chris Gayle, the undisputed king of T20 batting, announced himself on the world stage in the first-ever T20 World Cup. He smashed a jaw-dropping 117 runs in just 57 balls against South Africa, including a whopping 10 sixes! Though the West Indies bowlers couldn’t defend the massive total, Gayle’s innings remains etched in cricket history.


Yuvraj Singh’s six sixes – 2007

Also in 2007, India’s Yuvraj Singh produced a moment of pure power. During a match against England, he was fired up by some words from Andrew Flintoff. In the next over, Yuvraj unleashed his fury on Stuart Broad, hammering six consecutive sixes – a feat never seen before in international cricket! This incredible display not only helped India win the match but also remains one of the most iconic moments in T20 history.


England stunned by the Netherlands – 2009

Remember David vs. Goliath? In the 2009 World Cup, cricket witnessed a similar upset. Hosts England, considered favorites, were stunned by the Netherlands at the legendary Lord’s stadium. Chasing a modest target, the Dutch kept their cool in the final over, sneaking past England by a narrow margin. This victory by the underdogs is a reminder that anything is possible in cricket.


Hussey’s Heroics in Pakistan (2010): 

Australia found themselves in a tight spot during the semi-final against Pakistan. Enter Michael Hussey, who played a sensational innings against the odds. Taking on Pakistan’s star spinner, Saeed Ajmal, Hussey smashed an unbelievable 60 runs from just 24 balls, single-handedly turning the match around and securing a dramatic win for Australia.


Brathwaite’s Last-Over Blitz (2016):

The West Indies rewrote history in 2016, becoming the first team to win the T20 World Cup twice. In a thrilling final against England, Carlos Brathwaite emerged as the hero. Needing 19 runs in the final over, Brathwaite smashed four consecutive sixes off Ben Stokes, sending the Windies to a famous victory.


Pakistan Breaks the India Jinx (2021): 

For years, India dominated Pakistan in World Cup matches. But that all changed in 2021. Pakistan’s openers, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan, played superbly, scoring unbeaten half-centuries and leading their team to a convincing 10-wicket win. This victory marked a significant moment for Pakistan cricket.


Kohli’s Masterclass (2022): 

Virat Kohli, India’s batting maestro, entered the 2022 World Cup in top form. In a high-pressure match against arch-rivals Pakistan, Kohli delivered a match-winning 82 runs, including two crucial sixes in the final over. His knock helped India chase down a challenging target and revive their tournament campaign.


England’s Dominant Display (2022): 

While everyone expected an India-Pakistan final, England’s openers, Alex Hales and Jos Buttler, had other plans. In the semi-final against India, they put on a batting masterclass. Hales scored a rapid 86 runs, while Buttler remained unbeaten on 80, leading England to a dominant 10-wicket victory.


These are just a few of the many memorable moments that have made the T20 World Cup such a popular and exciting tournament. With the new edition just around the corner, get ready for another chapter in T20 history!

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