Top 10 teams who won the shortest T20I in terms of balls.

In the existing time span, T20 cricket is the most popular in all formats of cricket all over the world.


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It is more compatible and convenient with the time and routine to the people because, In the fast-moving world, the majority of people always have a scarcity of time and don't have substantial time to waste a whole day by watching any match.


A normal T20 match contains the structure of the play of 120 balls and is integrated into its entirety in approximately 3.5 hours, but sometimes in some unusual circumstances, it's completed in fewer balls and in a short span.


An abbreviate overview of the top 10 teams who have won the shortest T20I in terms of balls in the world.

10. Namibia:

won the shortest T20I in terms of balls


In this maximum allotted 20 overs T20I match, Botswana had won the toss and decided to bat first, facing 73 balls in his inning had managed to score only 46 runs at the run rate of 3.78 for the loss of all their wickets


The target of 47 runs in 20 overs was set by Botswana to win the match for Namibia, In response to achieving that target, Namibia batted in their innings and scored the required 47 runs target in just 23 balls without loss of any wicket. As a result, Namibia had won this T20I by 10 wickets with 97 balls to spare over Botswana.


09. India:

During New Zealand's tour of India, India had won the shortest T20I in terms of balls in a total of 96 balls against New Zealand in the third T20I of the series played at Trivandrum International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala on 07 November 2017, An abbreviated description of which is given here.


Due to lack of suitable conditions for usual's play, this T20i was restricted from its maximum 20 overs to 8 overs, in this match, New Zealand won the toss and invited India to bat first. In which India has managed to score 67 runs at the run rate of 8.37 for the loss of 5 wickets by the facing of prescribed 48 balls in their innings.


India had set a target of 68 runs in 8 overs to win this match for New Zealand, in response to which New Zealand, batting in their innings, could manage to score only 61 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 48 balls, Due to which India won this T20I over New Zealand by 6 runs.


08. Sri Lanka:

Sri Lanka had won the shortest T20I in terms of balls against the Netherlands in a total of 93 balls match in 19th Match of group 1 of ICC Men's T20 World Cup tournament at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong of Bangladesh on 24 March in the year 2014. of which an abbreviated description is as follows.


In this maximum allotted 20 overs T20I match, Sri Lanka won the toss and invite the Netherlands to bat first, in which the Netherlands had managed to score only 46 runs facing 63 deliveries for the loss of all their wickets.


The target of 40 runs in 20 overs was set by the Netherlands to win the match for Sri Lanka, In response, Sri Lanka batted in their innings and scored the required 40 runs target in just 30 deliveries for the loss of only one wicket and won this T20I over the Netherlands by 9 wickets with 90 balls to spare.


07. Luxembourg:

In the year 2019, Luxembourg had won the shortest T20I in terms of balls against Turkey in a total of 88 balls in the second match of the Continental Cup T20 tournament played at the Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground in Ilfov County, Romania on 29 August, of which an abbreviated description is here.


In this maximum allotted 20 overs T20I match, Turkey had won the toss and decided to bat first and their team could manage to score only 28 runs facing 69 deliveries for the loss of all wickets.


Turkey had set a target of 29 runs in 20 overs to win the match for Luxembourg, in response to which Luxembourg, batting in their innings, face only 19 balls and achieve the target of 29 runs for the loss of two wickets. and beat Turkey by 8 wickets with 101 deliveries to spare.


06. South Africa:

South Africa had won the shortest T20I in terms of balls against Sri Lanka in a total of 84 balls match in 19th Match of group 'C' of ICC Men's T20 World Cup tournament at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Sooriyawewa, Hambantota of Sri Lanka on 22 September in the year 2012. of which a summarized description is as follows.


Due to scarcity of suitable conditions for usual's play, this T20i was restricted from its maximum 20 overs to 7 overs for each, in this match, Sri Lanka won the toss and invited South Africa to bat first. In which South Africa had managed to score 78 runs at the run rate of 11.14 for the loss of 4 wickets by the playing of prescribed 42 balls in their innings.


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