Most T20 World Cup Appearances by Player
Sri Lanka's T. Dilshan has appeared for a total of 35 matches, which is the most appearances by any player in all of the T20 World Cups.
|1||T. Dilshan||Sri Lanka||2007-2016||35|
|3||Dwayne Bravo||West Indies||2007-2021||34|
|6||Chris Gayle||West Indies||2007-2021||33|
|9||Mahela Jayawardene||Sri Lanka||2007-2014||31|
|10||Lasith Malinga||Sri Lanka||2007-2014||31|
Most Catches in T20 World Cup
South Africa's AB de Villiers has take 23 catches in T20 World Cups, which makes him the player with most number of Catches in all of the T20 World Cups.
|1||AB de Villiers||South Africa||30||25||23|
|2||Martin Guptill||New Zealand||28||28||19|
|5||Dwayne Bravo||West Indies||34||34||15|
|8||Ross Taylor||New Zealand||28||28||14|
|9||Nathan McCullum||New Zealand||22||22||13|
|10||Darren Sammy||West Indies||25||25||13|
T20 World Cup Winning Captains List
Most Successful Captains in T20 World Cup
|Name||No. of Titles||Team||Year|
|Daren Sammy||2||West Indies||2012, 2016|
|Mahendra Singh Dhoni||1||India||2007|
|Lasith Malinga||1||Sri Lanka||2014|
Daren Sammy is the only captain to have won multiple ICC T20 World Cup trophies. India’s MS Dhoni, England’s Paul Collingwood, Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga and Pakistan’s Younis Khan have lifted this trophy once in their careers. Notably, none of the five names will be a part of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.
ICC T20 World Cup Winning Captains over the Years
It has been 14 years since the inaugural ICC T20 World Cup, and only six captains have been awarded the opportunity to lift the ICC T20 World Cup Trophy. Given below is an IPL winning captain's list, who have led their teams to victory.
|Year||Winners||Captain of the Winning Team|
|2016||West Indies||Daren Sammy|
|2014||Sri Lanka||Lasith Malinga|
|2012||West Indies||Daren Sammy|
Most Successful Captains : Win %
|Daren Sammy||18||West Indies||11||5||1||1||67.64|
|Graeme Smith||16||South Africa||11||5||0||0||68.75|
|Kumar Sangakkara||14||Sri Lanka||10||4||0||0||71.42|
|Daniel Vettori||13||New Zealand||6||7||0||0||46.15|
|Mahela Jayawardene||10||Sri Lanka||6||4||1||0||59.09|
|Chris Gayle||9||West Indies||5||4||0||0||55.55|
|AB de Villiers||7||South Africa||3||4||0||0||42.85|
|Faf du Plessis||7||South Africa||4||3||0||0||57.14|
|Brendon McCullum||7||New Zealand||4||3||0||0||57.14|
|Ross Taylor||5||New Zealand||1||2||2||0||40|
|Kane Williamson||5||New Zealand||4||1||0||0||80|
Who is the Best T20 Captain?
West Indies ex-T20 captain Darren Sammy is the best T20 Captain as he has won the T20 World Cup twice, which is the most by any T20 World Cup captain.
Who has won the most number of T20 World Cup matches?
India ex-T20 captain MS Dhoni has won 20 matches out of the 33 games played and has a winning percentage of 64.06%, which is the most by any T20 captain till date.
Oldest T20 World Cup Player
|Brad Hogg||Australia||43||6 February 1971|
|Chris Gayle||West Indies||42||21 September 1979|
|Mohammad Hafeez||Pakistan||41||17 October 1980|
|T. Dilshan||Sri Lanka||39||14 October 1976|
|Michael Hussey||Australia||37||27 May 1975|
|Rangana Herath||Sri Lanka||37||19 March 1978|
|Kevin O'Brien||Ireland||37||4 March 1984|
|Dawyne bravo||West Indies||37||17 October 1983|
|Ravi Rampaul||West Indies||37||15 October 1984|
|Ricky Ponting||Australia||36||19 December 1974|
*- Age at which they played their last-ever T20 World Cup Match.
Youngest T20 World Cup Player
Waqas Khan is the Youngest Player in all of the T20 World Cups, as he made his T20 World Cup debut for Hong Kong at the age of 16.
|Waqas Khan||Hong Kong||16||10 March 1999|
|Piyush Chawla||India||19||24 December 1988|
|Mark Watt||Scotland||19||29 July 1996|
|Umar Akmal||Pakistan||19||26 May 1990|
|Kagiso Rabada||South Africa||20||25 May 1995|
|Rohit Sharma||India||20||30 April 1987|
|Steve Smith||Australia||20||2 June 1989|
|Mustafizur Rahman||Bangladesh||20||6 September 1995|
|Tim Southee||New Zealand||21||11 December 1988|
|Mohammad Nawaz||Pakistan||21||21 March 1994|
|Ravindra Jadeja||India||21||6 December 1988|
|Dinesh Chandimal||Sri Lanka||21||18 November 1989|
*- Age at which they played their first-ever T20 World Cup Match.