Largest margin Victories T20 Internationals

Largest margin Victories T20 Internationals

Largest margin Victories T20 Internationals. Pakistan Have the Record For Largest margin Victory in T20 International, They Beats New Zealand by 103 Runs in Christchurch 2010. Where Pakistan Made 183 Runs for the lose of 6 Wickets. Ahmad Shehzad 54, Muhammad Hafeez and Abdul Razzak 34 Each, Umar Akmal Scored 30 Runs. In Reply New Zealand Bowl Out on Just 80 Runs. S. Styris Was Top Scorer For New Zealand, He Scored 45 Runs. Abdul Razzak Took 3 Wickets For 13 Runs, Shahid AFridi Took 4 Wickets For 14 Runs, and Pakistan Won the Match By 103 Runs. (Match Score Card)

here is the Complete Chart. This Chart is Incudes Victories of Full Members or Against Full Members of ICC, Not Involving Associates or Affiliates.

Largest margin Victories in T20 Internationals

Winner      Margin  Target Opposition Ground Match Date 
1 Pakistan 103 runs 184 v New Zealand Christchurch 30 Dec 2010
2 Pakistan 102 runs 204 v Bangladesh Karachi 20 Apr 2008
3 England 100 runs 180 v Australia Southampton 13 Jun 2005
4 Australia 95 runs   210 v South Africa Brisbane 9 Jan 2006
5 Pakistan 95 runs  196 v South Africa Centurion 3 Mar 2013
6 Australia 94 runs 169 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 10 Sep 2012
7 India 90 runs      171 v England Colombo (RPS) 23 Sep 2012
8 Pakistan 85 runs 199 v Zimbabwe Harare 16 Sep 2011
9 South Africa 84 runs 242 v England Centurion 15 Nov 2009
10 Sri Lanka 82 runs 183 v Zimbabwe Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
11 Australia 81 runs 169 v Sri Lanka Bridgetown 9 May 2010
12 Australia 77 runs    222 v England Sydney 9 Jan 2007
13 West Indies 74 runs  206 v Australia Colombo (RPS) 5 Oct 2012
14 Sri Lanka 64 runs 148 v Bangladesh Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
15 West Indies 61 runs 178 v New Zealand Lauderhill 1 Jul 2012
16 New Zealand 59 runs    192 v Bangladesh Pallekele 21 Sep 2012
17 Sri Lanka 57 runs   159 v West Indies The Oval 19 Jun 2009
18 Sri Lanka 57 runs   196 v West Indies Bridgetown 7 May 2010
19 West Indies 56 runs   210 v New Zealand Lauderhill 30 Jun 2012
20 New Zealand 55 runs   193 v England Hamilton 12 Feb 2013
21 Australia 54 runs  187 v New Zealand Perth 11 Dec 2007
22 Australia 52 runs  183 v South Africa Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
23 Pakistan 52 runs  173 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 12 Aug 2009
24 England 50 runs  189 v Zimbabwe Cape Town 13 Sep 2007
25 England 50 runs 194 v New Zealand Christchurch 7 Feb 2008
26 Pakistan 50 runs  136 v Bangladesh Dhaka 29 Nov 2011

 

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