Know The New Records Set In T20 World Cup 2024

Know The New Records Set In T20 World Cup 2024

Discover the amazing feats and fresh records accomplished during the exciting 2024 T20 World Cup. The 2024 T20 World Cup was an event to never forget, full of incredible feats and moments that broke records that will go down in cricket history.
Here are some of the standout achievements from this year’s competition.

New Delhi, 2nd July 2024

One of the most remarkable records set during the tournament was the highest individual score in a T20 World Cup match.

In the final, India defeated South Africa to win the T20 World Cup in 2024.

Teams and individuals pushed the boundaries of what was previously possible during the tournament, setting new benchmarks in several game-related fields. From team victories to individual batting and bowling records, the competition provided players with a platform to showcase their skills and leave a lasting legacy in the record books. The cricketing world was in awe of the amazing events that occurred, as India celebrated their triumphant campaign and their status as T20 world champions.

India raised their second trophy to repeat as T20 world champions after defeating South Africa in an electrifying final in the ninth edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, establishing new benchmarks throughout several categories.
India lost to Canada in their group-stage encounter, which prevented them from making it to nine.

Highest total in the final
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Australia’s best score in the 2021 edition final against New Zealand, 173 for 2, was surpassed by India’s 176 for 7 in the championship match.
Rohit creates history with his final push in 20Is.
On June 29, the day of the final, Rohit Sharma became the oldest captain to win a T20 World Cup at the age of 37 years and 60 days. After India won, Rohit and Virat Kohli declared their retirement from Twenty20 international cricket.

Most wickets in a single edition
Arshdeep Singh of India and Fazalhaq Farooqi of Afghanistan, both pacers, shared the highest wicket total with 17 each. Additionally, it surpasses the record of 16 wickets held by Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga to become the most wickets in a single edition of the T20 World Cup.

“Boom Boom” Bumrah
The bowling leader of India and “Player of the Tournament,” Jasprit Bumrah, recorded the best bowling average in T20 World Cup history with an average of 8.3. He had a pitiful economy rate of 4.17.

Jordan “strikes” the greatest
England’s Chris Jordan, a white-ball specialist, smashed Jacques Kallis’s record for the highest bowling strike-rate during a T20 World Cup. With a strike-rate of 8.3, Jordan concluded the 2024 edition, surpassing the record of 9.4 established by former South African all-rounder Kallis in 2012. Jordan’s four-wicket maiden over was one of his many heroics in the contest against the USA.
Ferguson’s amazing accomplishment
New Zealand pacer Lockie Ferguson created history against Papua New Guinea by becoming the first bowler to ever bowl all four of his overs as maidens. Three wickets at no runs were his final totals.

During the T20 World Cup in 2024, 1,478 boundary hits were recorded, surpassing the previous record of 1,349 established in 2021. This episode’s 515 sixes hits tie the record for most ever, surpassing the 2021 mark of 405 sixes.

Ooran makes a major move. With 17 in the 2024 event, West Indies power batter Nicholas Pooran broke Windies star Chris Gayle’s record of 16 in the category of most sixes in a single edition.

Rolling with the Cummins
The first bowler to achieve a hat-trick in two straight games was Australia’s Pat Cummins.