T20 World Cup 2022, Detailed list of award winners, prize money, records, and statistics

T20 World Cup 2022, Detailed list of award winners, prize money, records, and statistics
ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Winners

Mitchell Marsh smashed a match-winning half-century in an all-important final on Sunday, as he guided Australia to their maiden T20 World Cup title in a comfortable eight-wicket win over New Zealand with his stroke-filled 77 that framed Australia’s victory over the Kiwis.

It was Marsh who turned the wheels of fortune for himself and his team during a victory, achieved in 18.5 overs, winning the final against a team that had a target of 173 to chase, who performed like a pro in the company of David Warner (53 off 38 balls) who also played a significant role.

New Zealand had also lost its third successive limited overs world cup final, having lost the previous two in the same format. There was agonizing disappointment for the Blackcaps when they fell short of winning their maiden World Cup title in the 2019 World Cup final to England, although they had previously lost the 2015 Final to Australia.

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

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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

The 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)

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

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)

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