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MS Dhoni holds the record for the most wins and most matches played as a captain. Image source: www.lifenlesson.com
Shahid Afridi and Tillakaratne Dilshan hold the record for most ducks in World T20 – 5. Image sources: www.in.com, www.cricketcountry.com
Lasith Malinga has taken most wickets - 38. Image source: www.espncricinfo.com
Sri Lanka won by the biggest margin in terms of runs against Kenya by 172 runs and lost by highest margin of wickets to Australia by 10 wickets. Image source: www.ingi.in
Lowest score by a team ever was in 2014 when Netherlands scored a mere 39 runs against Sri Lanka and were all out. Image source: www.mirror.co.uk
Bangladesh holds the record for the most losses in World T20 – 15. Image source: www.cricketworld.com
Virat Kohli has scored the most runs in a series (2014) – 319 runs. Image source: www.cricketcountry.com
Brendon McCullum scored the highest individual score against Bangladesh in 2012 – 123 runs off 58 balls.
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Chris Gayle has the maximum 50s under his belt. 7 half centuries in matches played between 2007 till 2014. Image source: www.yaadeyez.net
Among Indians, Suresh Raina has the highest score in World T20. 101 runs in 60 balls vs South Africa in 2010. Image source: www.oneindia.com
Since 2007 till 2014, Mahela Jayawardene has hit the maximum number of 4s – a staggering 111. He has also scored most runs (1016) in World T20 history. Image source: www.sports.ndtv.com
Ajantha Mendis holds the record for maximum wickets taken in a series (2012) – 15. Image source: www.theguardian.com
AB de Villiers holds the record for maximum catches since 2007 till 2014 – 21. Image source: www.espncricinfo.com