Highest Run Chase in T20 World Cup

Last Modified May 22, 2024 22:19 IST
PosTeamScoreOversRun RateOppositionGround
1England230/819.411.69South AfricaMumbai
2South Africa208/217.411.77West IndiesJohannesburg
4Australia197/719.59.93PakistanGros Islet
5West Indies196/319.49.96IndiaMumbai
7England193/7209.65South AfricaChattogram
8England190/419.29.82Sri LankaChattogram
9West Indies183/418.110.07EnglandMumbai
10India180/9209New ZealandJohannesburg

Defending champions England hold the record for scripting the highest run-chase in the history of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. The 2022 champions scripted the feat during the 2016 edition when they hunted down South Africa’s 229 in the final over with two wickets to spare.

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Former Test captain Joe Root led the way with a 44-ball 83, while opener Jason Roy smashed a 16-ball 43 to help the Three Lions script a heist.

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The inaugural match of the T20 World Cup in 2007 saw the Proteas gun down West Indies’ 207 at the Wanderers in Johannesburg, thanks to an unbeaten 55-ball 90 from Herschelle Gibbs. This still remains the second-highest run-chase in T20 WC history.

The third-highest run-score while chasing belongs to England, who scored 200/6 in response to India’s 218, in the inaugural WC.

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Three years later, Australia scripted a heist, as they chased down Pakistan’s 191/6, thanks to final over heroics from Michael Hussey.

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The fifth highest run-chase in T20 World Cup history belongs to the West Indies, who gunned down India’s 192 in the 2016 semi-final in Mumbai, to book a place in the final.

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