ICC Cricket T20 World Cup Men – History
The Twenty20 cricket world championship is the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, formerly known as the ICC World Twenty20. The T20 World Cup Qualifier is how six additional teams were selected for the tournament, which is now comprised of 16 teams and is organized by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the world’s governing body of cricket. The Twenty20 cricket world championship is the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. The International Cricket Council, cricket’s governing body, is in charge of organizing the competition (ICC). Only the West Indies has won the competition several times out of the seven tournaments that have been played thus far. India won the inaugural 2007 World Twenty20, which was held in South Africa and in which Pakistan was defeated in the championship match.
Present Of ICC Cricket T20 World Cup Men
ICC T20 World Cup events typically take place every two years. Since the first competition in 2007, there have been seven. Australia is the current champion and will host the following competition in 2022. The only team to have won the competition twice is West Indies. The T20 World Cup for Men is typically held by the ICC every other year. However, there have been inconsistencies over the years due to a number of problems, including the failure of COVID or even due to changes in plan.
Winners Of ICC Cricket T20 Men World Cup Till Now
Let’s have a look at the opponents each winner overcame to obtain the coveted crown.
- 2007 ICC World T20: India
- 2009 ICC World T20: Pakistan
- 2010 ICC World Twenty20: England
- 2012 ICC World Twenty20: West Indies
- 2014 ICC World Twenty20: Sri Lanka
- 2016 ICC World Twenty20: West Indies
- 2021 ICC World Twenty20: Australia