T20 World Cup 2022, Detailed record and statistics

T20 World Cup 2022, Detailed record and statistics

The stroke-filled 77 that Mitchell Marsh scored in Australia’s eight-wicket victory over New Zealand on Sunday was the defining moment of the tournament, as he guided them to their first T20 World Cup title in a comfortable eight-wicket victory over the Kiwis with his match-winning half-century.

As Marsh and his team turned the wheels of fortune for themselves and their team in a victory that was achieved in only 18.5 overs, they won the final against a team who had a target of 173 to chase, which was a brilliant performance by him, with the assistance of David Warner (53 of 38 balls) also playing a key role.

There were also three consecutive losses for New Zealand in the limited overs world cup finals, losing the previous two as well. The Blackcaps suffered agonizing disappointment when they failed to win their maiden World Cup title in the 2019 World Cup final against England, even though they had lost the 2015 World Cup final to Australia as well.

ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Schedule, Team List, Venues, Groups,

Award winners, statistics, and records List

World Cup 2021: Best Performers in T20 World Cup

Most Runs

Babar Azam – Pakistan – 6 matches – 303 runs

David Warner – Australia – 7 matches – 289 runs

Highest Average

Jos Buttler – England – 6 innings – 89.67 – 3 Not Outs

Marcus Stoinis – Australia – 4 innings – 80 – 3 Not Outs

Highest Individual Score

Jos Buttler – England – 101

Highest Strike Rate

Pat Cummins – Australia – 400 (1 inning)

Asif Ali – Pakistan – 237.50 (4 innings)

Most Fifties

Babar Azam – Pakistan – 4

Most Sixes

Jos Buttler – England – 13

Most Fours

David Warner – Australia – 32

Most Wickets

Wanindu Hasaranga – SL – 16 Wickets – 8 matches, including qualifiers.

Adam Zampa – Australia – 13 Wickets – 7 matches (all Super 12 and knockout games)

Best Average

Paul Stirling – Ireland – 5

Five-wicket hauls

Adam Zampa – Australia – 1

Mujeeb Zadran – Australia – 1

Player of the match and tournament

Man of the Match: Mitchell Marsh

Player of the Tournament: David Warner 289 runs

Each World Cup’s Player of the Tournament

2007 – Shahid Afridi

2009 – Tilakaratne Dilshan

2010 – Kevin Pietersen

2012 – Shane Watson

2014 – Virat Kohli

2016 – Virat Kohli

2021 – David Warner

Top wicket-takers in each T20 World Cup

2007 – Umar Gul – Pakistan – 13

2009 – Umar Gul – Pakistan – 13

2010 – Dirk Nannes – Australia – 14

2012 – Ajantha Mendis – SL – 15

2014 – Imran Tahir (SA)/Ahsan Malik (Netherlands) – 12

2016 – Mohammad Nabi – Afghanistan – 16

2021 – Wanindu Hasaranga – SL – 16

Top run scorers in each T20 World Cup

2007 – Matthew Hayden (265)

2009 – Tillakaratne Dilshan (317)

2010 – Mahela Jayawardene (302)

2012 – Shane Watson (249)

2014 – Virat Kohli (319)

2016 – Tamim Iqbal (295)

2021 – Babar Azam (303)

Champions of the ICC World T20

2007 – India (beat Pakistan)

2009 – Pak (beat SL)

2010 – Eng (beat Australia)

2012 – WI (beat SL)

2014 – SL (beat India)

2016 – WI (beat England)

2021 – Aus (beat NZ)

Most World Cup finals (ODIs & T20Is)

9* – Australia (Won 5, Lost 3)

6 – SL (W 2, L 4)

6 – Eng (W 2, L 4)

5 – WI (W 4, L 1)

5 – Ind (W 3, L 2)

4 – Pak (W 2, L 2)

3* – NZ (W 0, L 2)

T20 World Cup finals’ quickest 50

31 Mitchell Marsh v NZ 2021

32 Kane Williamson v Aus 2021

33 Kumar Sangakkara v Ind 2014

33 Joe Root v WI 2016

34 David Warner v NZ 2021

T20I runs conceded by an Australian bowler

64 Andrew Tye v NZ Auckland 2018

60 Mitchell Starc v NZ Dubai 2021

59 Kane Richardson v Eng Edgbaston 2018

T20 World Cup finals highest individual scores

85 Marlon Samuels vs Eng 2016

85 Kane Williamson vs Aus 2021

78 Marlon Samuels vs SL 2012

77 Virat Kohli vs SL 2014

75 Gautam Gambhir vs Pak 2007

Adam Zampa in 2021 T20 WC

2/21 vs SA

2/12 vs SL

1/37 vs Eng

5/19 vs Ban

1/20 vs WI

1/22 vs Pak

1/26 vs NZ

(27 overs) | 13 wickets | ER 5.81 | SR 12.4

ICC Most Finals Lost

6 – England

5 – India

4 – New Zealand

4 – Sri Lanka

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