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T20 Worldcup History
The format of ICC T20 World Cup

All 12 Participating teams devides in four groups of three in a preliminary round. The top two teams from each group will proceed to the Super Eight stage of the tournament. The Super Eight will consist of two groups. The top two teams from the two Super Eight groups would play the semi-finals, and the semi-final winners would contest the final.The winner of this final shall be declared world champions in Twenty20 cricket.

Glimpses of T20 Worldcup 2007 - South Africa

By 2007, the popularity of Twenty20 had gained such heights that ICC organized the first ever international Twenty20 tournament in South Africa between September 11 to 24, 2007. The tournament included 10 test playing nations, apart from ICC associate nations - Kenya and Scotland.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni led a young Indian team was the first winners of the tournament. India won by 5 runs against Pakistan at Johannesburg. Gautam Gambhir played a match-winning innings of 75 runs in the final. In this tournament Yuvraj Singh hit six sixes in a row in just one over. Chris Gayle also managed to score the first-ever hundred for the Twenty20 International.

Points Table / Team Standing 2007
Glimpses of T20 Worldcup 2009 - England

The second Twenty20 World Cup held in England from June 5, 2009 to June 21, 2009. The event was now seen as the ICC's biggest International tournement with millions watching around the world. England would go onto qualify for the Super Eights but the Netherlands victory would go down in history.

The final was played at Lords and the 2007 runners up Pakistan take on Sri Lanka. Pakistan made no mistakes the second time round winning by 8 wickets. Tillakaratne Dilshan was the man of the tournament.

Points Table / Team Standing 2009
Glimpses of T20 Worldcup 2010 - West Indies

The third edition of the Twenty20 World Cup took place in the West Indies during April 30 to May 16, 2010. The event was watched by millions from around the world. The hosts got the tournament off to a great start thanks to a 70 run victory over Ireland. Although the West Indies excited the tournament after a disappointing Super Eights.

The final was played at the Kensington Oval in Barbados and England won their first ever ICC trophy thanks to a thrilling seven wicket victory over their old rivals, Australia.

Points Table / Team Standing 2010
Glimpses of T20 Worldcup 2012 - Sri Lanka

The 2012 ICC World Twenty20 will be the fourth ICC World Twenty20 competition, an international Twenty20 cricket tournament that will be held in Sri Lanka from September 18, 2012 to October 7, 2012.

This will be the first World Twenty20 tournament held in an Asian country, the last three being held in South Africa, England and the West Indies respectively.The 2012 World Twenty20 will be the fourth edition of the Twenty20 tournament.

Points Table / Team Standing 2012
ICC World Twenty20 Finals at Glance
Year Host Country Venue T20 Title Winner Result Runner-up
2007 South Africa

Wanderers Stadium

Johannesburg

India

157/5

India Won

by 5 Runs

Pakistan

152/10

2009 England

Lord's

London

Pakistan

139/2

Pakistan Won

by 8 Wickets

Sri Lanka

138/6

2010 West Indies

Kensington Oval, Barbados

England

148/3

England won

by 7 Wickets

Australia

147/6

2012 Sri Lanka

R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo

West Indies 137/6

West Indies won by 36 Runs

Sri Lanka

101/10

2014 Bangladesh

Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka

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Sri Lanka 134/4

Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets

India

130/4

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