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ICC World Twenty20 2007 lasted for thirteen days, from 11th to 24th September. Given here are ICC T20 World Statistics/records 2007

Twenty20 Statistics 2007

ICC World Twenty20 2007 was the inaugural championship of Twenty20 World cricket. It was organized in the month of September, in South Africa, and ended with India being declared as the winners, after beating Pakistan. Let us check out the statistics of ICC T20 World Cup 2007.

ICC World Twenty20 Statistics 2007

Records
  • Most runs in boundaries in a single Twenty20 International match - 252 runs, from 36 fours and 18 sixes, by West Indies and South Africa
  • Most individual sixes in a single Twenty20 International innings - 10, by Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  • Most individual fours in a single Twenty20 International innings - 14, by Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa)
  • First hundred in a Twenty20 International innings - 117 runs (57 balls), by Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  • Most individual runs in boundaries in a Twenty20 International innings - 88 runs (10 sixes, 7 fours), by Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  • Most individual runs in total in a Twenty20 International innings - 117 runs (57 balls), by Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  • Highest innings total batting second - 208, by South Africa
  • Highest partnership for any wicket in a Twenty20 International - 145 runs, by Chris Gayle and Devon Smith (West Indies)
  • Third lowest team total in a Twenty20 International innings (lowest at the time) - 73 runs (16.5 overs) by Kenya
  • Fastest strike rate in a Twenty20 International innings - 414.28 (29 runs off 7 balls), by Dwayne Smith (West Indies)
  • Highest total in Twenty20 Internationals - 260 (for 6), by Sri Lanka
  • Largest margin of victory by runs in a Twenty20 International - 172 runs, Sri Lanka (over Kenya)
  • Most fours in a Twenty20 International innings by a team - 30, by Sri Lanka
  • Most runs from boundaries in a Twenty20 International innings by a team - 186 runs (30 fours and 11 sixes), by Sri Lanka
  • More than three bowlers conceded more than 50 runs in a Twenty20 International innings (1st time) - Nehemiah Odhiambo, Peter Ongondo and Lameck Onyango, for Kenya
  • First hat-trick by a bowler in a Twenty20 International - Brett Lee
  • Six sixes in an over in a Twenty20 International (1st time) - Yuvraj Singh
  • Fastest Twenty20 International fifty - 12 balls, by Yuvraj Singh (India)
  • Three batsmen scored half-centuries in the same innings (1st time) - Sehwag, Gambhir and Yuvraj (India)
  • Highest aggregate total in a match - 418 runs
  • Largest margin of victory by wickets in a Twenty20 International - 10 wickets (Australia over Sri Lanka)
  • Longest Twenty20 International six - 119 meter, by Yuvraj Singh (India), on Brett Lee's (Australia) ball

Team Totals

Highest
  • 260-6: Sri Lanka (vs. Kenya)
  • 218-4: India (vs. England)
  • 208-2: South Africa (vs. West Indies)
  • 205-6: West Indies (vs. South Africa)
  • 200-6: England (vs. India)
Lowest
  • 73 (16.5): Kenya (vs. New Zealand)
  • 83 (15.5): Bangladesh (vs. Sri Lanka)
  • 88 (19.3): Kenya (vs. Sri Lanka)
Other Stats
  • Most wickets in the tournament: 13 wickets, by Umar Gul (Pakistan)
  • Best bowling: 4/7 (2.5), by Mark Gillespie (New Zealand)
  • Least Maiden overs: 1, by Shane Bond (New Zealand), Syed Rasel (Bangladesh), Chaminda Vaas (Sri Lanka), Shaun Pollock (South Africa)
  • Most runs in the tournament: 265, by Matthew Hayden (Australia)
  • Highest individual score: 117 (off 57 balls), by Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  • Highest partnership of the tournament: 145 (off 81 balls), by Chris Gayle/Devon Smith (West Indies)
  • Most sixes in a match: 10, by Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  • Most sixes in the tournament: 13, by Craig McMillan (New Zealand)
  • Highest strike rate: 197.82, by Shahid Afridi (Pakistan)
  • Most catches in a match: 3, by Brett Lee (Australia)
  • Most catches in the tournament: 6, by Abraham de Villiers (South Africa)
  • Most dismissals in a match: 4, by Adam Gilchrist (Australia) and Matthew Prior (England)
  • Most dismissals in the tournament: 9, by Adam Gilchrist (Australia)

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