India T20 World Cup Record: There is not much day left in the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia next month. This tournament will start from 22 October. The opening match will be played between Australia and New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The next day the Indian team will start its campaign. Team India will take on Pakistan on 23 October at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. That is, now only 39 days are left in this great match.
This will be the seventh match between India and Pakistan in the T20 World Cup. In the 6 matches that took place before this, Team India’s share has been four and Pakistan’s share has won only one. There has also been a tie between the two. When were these matches played and how was the thrill of the match, read here…
14 September 2007: In the first T20 World Cup, India and Pakistan were placed in the same group. The group stage match between the two was very exciting. Batting first, the Indian team had scored only 141 runs in this match, in response, the Pakistan team was also able to score 141 runs in the stipulated 20 overs. Thus this match was tied. The result of the match was determined by ball out. Here Indian bowlers continuously blew the stumps while none of the Pakistani bowlers could throw the ball on the stumps. India had won 3-0.
24 September 2007: In the final match of the first T20 World Cup, India and Pakistan once again faced each other. It was breath taking in the match. Batting first, India scored 157 runs. In reply, Pakistan’s team was all out for 152 runs in the last over.
30 September 2012: In T20 World 2012, Indo-Pak teams clashed in Super-8 round. In this match, the entire Pakistan team was all out for just 128 runs. In reply, the Indian team easily achieved the target by losing just 2 wickets. In this match, Virat Kohli scored 78 runs in 61 balls.
21 March 2014: The same plight happened to Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2014 as well. Pakistan team could score only 130 runs in front of India. Here too, India easily achieved the target by losing just 3 wickets.
19 March 2016: This match was somewhat interesting. In this rain-affected match, Pakistan team scored 118 runs in 18 overs. In response, the Indian team also lost 3 wickets for 23 runs at one time. From here, Virat Kohli played a brilliant innings of 55 runs off 37 balls and gave his team victory by 6 wickets.
24 October 2021: In the last T20 World Cup, both the teams once again clashed in the group stage. Here Shaheen Afridi, while bowling brilliantly, scattered the top order of the Indian team. Team India could only score 151 runs. In reply, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan shared an unbeaten 152-run partnership to give Pakistan a one-sided victory by 10 wickets.