T20 World Cup 2021 was suppose to take place in 2020 but due to pandemic it was postponed and will take place in Oman and UAE this October/November 2021. It will be the sixth edition of the shortest version of the game. West Indies is the only team to have won the tournament more than once and on this page we take a look at all past T20 world cup winners.
T20 World Cup 2007 – Champions India
First even T20 world cup took place in South Africa back in 2007. India went on to win the inaugural event beating arch rivals Pakistan in the final by just 5 runs. That tournament set the standard for things to come as far as shorter format of the game was concerned.
T20 World Cup 2009 – Champions Pakistan
Second T20 world cup was won by Pakistan who defeated Sri Lanka in the final by 8 wickets. Pakistan on those days were probably the best team in T20 format with Shahid Afrid leading the way as he secured two back to back man of the match awards in Semifinal and the big final.
T20 World Cup 2012 – Champions West Indies
The third world cup took place in 2012 when Sri Lanka hosted the event and it was West Indies who went on to win the tournament beating the hosts Sri Lanka in the final.
T20 World Cup 2014 – Champions Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka became the fourth team to win T20 World Cup when the defeated 2007 winners India in the final which took place at Dhaka cricket stadium in Bangladesh.
T20 World Cup 2016 – Champions West Indies
West Indies became the first team to win the tournament for more than one occassion when they went on to beat England in the final by 4 wickets.
|T20 World Cup 2007||India||Pakistan||India won by 5 runs|
|T20 World Cup 2009||Pakistan||Sri Lanka||Pakistan won by 8 wickets|
|T20 World Cup 2010||England||Australia||England won by 7 wickets|
|T20 World Cup 2012||West Indies||Sri Lanka||West Indies won by 36 runs|
|T20 World Cup 2014||Sri Lanka||India||Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets|
|T20 World Cup 2016||West Indies||England||West Indies won by 4 wickets|
|T20 World Cup 2021||Australia||New Zealand||Australia won by 8 wickets|
|T20 World Cup 2022||TBA||TBA||TBA|