T20 World Cup 2022: 5 most embarrassing records in tournament's history


Sri Lanka vs the Netherlands (2014 T20 WC) Lowest Total

In the 2014 T20 World Cup, Sri Lanka dismissed the Netherlands for just 39 runs, which is the lowest total in T20 World Cup history.

Sri Lanka vs Netherlands (2014 T20 WC) Biggest Defeat

In 2014, Sri Lanka bowled out the Netherlands for 39 runs and chased the 40-run target in five overs with 90 balls remaining. This is among the biggest defeat in T20 World Cup history

Kenya vs Sri Lanka (T20 WC 2007)Biggest Defeat

In 2007, Sri Lanka scored 260 runs in a group-stage match against Kenya. In reply, the African side managed only 88 runs and lost by a mammoth margin of 172 runs.

Shapoor Zadran (worst strike rate)

Afghanistan's fast bowler Shapoor Zadran owns the dismal record for the lowest strike rate in an innings of a T20 World Cup match (minimum 10 balls faced). His strike rate was just 9.09 in T20 WC 2014

Stuart Broad conceding 36 runs (2007 T20 World Cup)

Stuart Broad owns the embarrassing record of conceding the most runs in one over of a T20 World Cup match. Yuvraj Singh went berserk and smashed Broad for 6 sixes in an over

Shahid Afridi Tillakaratne Dilshan (most Ducks)

Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi jointly owns the record for the most ducks in T20 World Cup history along with former Sri Lankan batter TN Dilshan. Both Asian players recorded five ducks each.