Complete List Of Records Broken During T20 World Cup 2024

T20 World Cup 2024: It was an entertaining T20 World Cup 2024, as we saw many records been shattered, whehter it is in the bowling department, or the batting drepartment. This tournament already saw maximum number of teams participate in a single edition, and saw the likes of USA, Canada, Papua New Guinea, Uganda, and Nepal make their T20 World Cup debut.

 

T20 World Cup Records Broken During 2024 Edition

1. Most Victories In A Single Edition: India and South Africa are now joint-record holders for most wins in a single edition of a single T20 World Cup, as both the sides won 8 games and came into the final on their respective unbeaten runs. India ended the tournament with 8 wins and 1 No Result, as their fixture against the side was abandoned due to rain. It could have been 9 wins for India had the rain not affected the outcome of the match.

2. First-Ever Invincible Winner: T20 World Cup never saw a winner that went the whole tournaent unbeaten, but Rohit Sharma’s men had other plans, as T20 World Cup 2024 winners India have now become the first-ever side to win the T20 World Cup without suffering a single defeat.

3. Highest Individual Score In The Final: India created history by recording the highest-ever score in a T20 World Cup final, as the side scored 176/7 against South Africa.

4. Oldest T20 World Cup Winning Captain: Rohit Sharma became the oldest captain to win the T20 World Cup, as the Indian captain achieved the feat at the age of 37 years and 60 days.

5. Most Wickets In A Single Edition Of T20 World Cup: It was indeed a tournament for the bowlers, as Fazalhaq Farooqi ended up being the best bowler of the tournament. The Afghanistani bowler was joint-leading wicket taker with India’s Arshdeep Singh, as the duo recorded 17 wickets, and go past Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga (16 wickets) record of most wickets in a single edition.

 

 

 

 

 

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