This is the perfect combination for a T20 World Cup and in 2020 we go one step further with two T20 World Cups in one year. Pakistan managed to remove Dilshan, the Player of the Series for his 317 runs, without scoring, which had a big impact on the Sri Lanka innings. The inaugural event, the , was staged in South Africa, and won by , who defeated in the final at the in. Ireland, Netherlands and Scotland qualified for the tournament. West Indies are the current World T20I holders, beating in the 2016 final, winning their second title. It was intended that the tournament would be an annual event. South Africa hadn't lost a group stage match going into the semi-finals against Pakistan, but Shahid Afridi produced a match winning performance with both bat and ball.
India, England, South Africa and Afghanistan and two qualifiers make up the other side of the draw. Cricketing authorities were looking to boost the game's popularity with the younger generation in response to dwindling crowds and reduced sponsorship. It wasn't entirely all batsmen-led action however, as claimed the first hat-trick in Twenty20 internationals, for Australia against Bangladesh. Sri Lanka, West Indies, and Pakistan qualified 4 times each for the semifinals, followed by Australia and India for 3 times each. The 2020 T20 final will be held on International Women's Day. It was by the virtue of the power packed 78 scored by the followed some tight bowling by the slow bowlers. However the tournament was won by the , by defeating Sri Lanka by 36 runs.
The tournament started in 2008 and from then it usually takes place every year in the months of April to June. T20 World Cup Winners Year Host Winner Runner-up Final Result 2009 England New Zealand 2010 West Indies New Zealand 2012 Sri Lanka 2014 Bangladesh Australia Won by 6 Wickets 2016 India tournament is schedule to starts from the 15th March to 3rd April 2016 in India and its begin with the opening match of India vs Bangladesh on 15th March at Bangalore. However the top eight full member teams in the rankings on 8 October 2012 were given a place in the stage. The first tournament was in where defeated in the final. Italy's 1938 , Brazil's 1958 , 1962 and 2002 , and Argentina's 1978 lifted the trophy once as captain, but were not captain for the other tournament they won. The first Twenty20 match held at , on 15 July 2004 between and , attracted a crowd of 27,509, the largest attendance for any game at the ground other than a one-day final since 1953.
He believed that hosting the event could help spur growth of the game in the country, where it is relatively obscure and faces competition by other sports such as. After that won the World Cup 2014. Australia, Pakistan, the West Indies, and two qualifiers make up one side of the draw, with defending champions the Windies starting their title defence against the Black Caps on October 25. Cricket World Cup Winners — List The following are the list of winning countries as well as the runners-up for every Cricket World Cup played until date. If this wasn't enough, achieved cricketing nirvana by hitting England's Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over, during a barnstorming and unlikely 12-ball fifty. India's campaign will begin with a tricky match against South Africa while the Indian women's team will face a stiff challenge in its tournament opener, taking on defending champions and hosts Australia. It's now over to the men's! Two Associate teams had played in the first tournament, selected through the , a 50-over competition.
The tournament was won by Sri Lanka, who convincingly beat India by 6 wickets with 13 balls to spare. Three finals were lost by England followed by Sri Lanka and Australia, who lost two times each. T20 world cup winners t20 world cup winners list is given blow full details. The was won by the West-Indies, by defeating Sri Lanka at the finals. India women are in Group A along with Australia, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and Qualifier 1.
Archived from on 5 December 2008. A total of four teams from the first round, two from each of Group A and Group B, will progress to the Super 12 stage. About nine teams have till date played semifinal matches. The remaining four spots for the Super 12 will be decided after the First Round. Cricket World Cup Winners List All-Time in The History One of the popular games played and viewed across the globe is cricket, where several eligible teams are selected to play matches against each other to reach the quarter, semi-f inal and finals.
They are among the few players to have represented different nations in the World Cup. It had everything required for top quality entertainment, including the world's best players and packed out stadiums. This competition was played in London, and , and. The was won by the West-Indies, by defeating Sri Lanka at the finals. India will square off against South Africa in their opening match which will take place in Perth on October 24 while the tournament will get underway from October 18 with qualifying rounds in South Geelong. Besides the 10 full members, Kenya and Scotland were the other two teams participating in this tournament that was played on three different grounds, , and.
The first season of Twenty20 in England was a relative success. We Provided Here The Complete List Of Cricket T20 World Cup Champions Winners Of All Season. The West Indies regional teams competed in what was named the tournament. The tournament got underway with a stunning display of power hitting from against South Africa. However the top eight full member teams in the rankings on 8 October 2012 were given a place in the stage.
Kenya and South Africa also have entered the semifinals but failed to enter the finals. The remaining eight teams competed in the , from which two teams advance to the Super 10 stage. The remaining six teams for the first round will be determined via a qualifying tournament to be held later in 2019. This is the perfect combination for a T20 World Cup and in 2020 we go one step further with two T20 World Cups in one year. But India eventually triumphed as Misbah-ul-Haq's attempted scoop off Joginder Singh landed in the hands of at short fine-leg.