Essay On Icc T20 World Cup 2012

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  • 1st Match, Group C: Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Hambantota - Sep 18, 2012

    Sri Lanka won by 82 runsSri Lanka 182/4 (20/20 ov); Zimbabwe 100 (17.3/20 ov)

    Sri Lanka won by 82 runs


  • 2nd Match, Group B: Australia v Ireland at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 19, 2012

    Australia won by 7 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)Ireland 123/7 (20/20 ov); Australia 125/3 (15.1/20 ov)

    Australia won by 7 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)


  • 3rd Match, Group A: Afghanistan v India at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 19, 2012

    India won by 23 runsIndia 159/5 (20/20 ov); Afghanistan 136 (19.3/20 ov)

    India won by 23 runs


  • 4th Match, Group C: South Africa v Zimbabwe at Hambantota - Sep 20, 2012

    South Africa won by 10 wickets (with 44 balls remaining)Zimbabwe 93/8 (20/20 ov); South Africa 94/0 (12.4/20 ov)

    South Africa won by 10 wickets (with 44 balls remaining)


  • 5th Match, Group D: Bangladesh v New Zealand at Pallekele - Sep 21, 2012

    New Zealand won by 59 runsNew Zealand 191/3 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 132/8 (20/20 ov)

    New Zealand won by 59 runs


  • 6th Match, Group A: Afghanistan v England at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 21, 2012

    England won by 116 runsEngland 196/5 (20/20 ov); Afghanistan 80 (17.2/20 ov)

    England won by 116 runs


  • 7th Match, Group C: Sri Lanka v South Africa at Hambantota - Sep 22, 2012

    South Africa won by 32 runsSouth Africa 78/4 (7/7 ov); Sri Lanka 46/5 (7/7 ov)

    South Africa won by 32 runs


  • 8th Match, Group B: Australia v West Indies at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 22, 2012

    Australia won by 17 runs (D/L method)West Indies 191/8 (20/20 ov); Australia 100/1 (9.1/9.1 ov, target: 84)

    Australia won by 17 runs (D/L method)


  • 9th Match, Group D: New Zealand v Pakistan at Pallekele - Sep 23, 2012

    Pakistan won by 13 runsPakistan 177/6 (20/20 ov); New Zealand 164/9 (20/20 ov)

    Pakistan won by 13 runs


  • 10th Match, Group A: England v India at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 23, 2012

    India won by 90 runsIndia 170/4 (20/20 ov); England 80 (14.4/20 ov)

    India won by 90 runs


  • 11th Match, Group B: Ireland v West Indies at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 24, 2012

    No resultIreland 129/6 (19/19 ov)

    No result


  • 12th Match, Group D: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Pallekele - Sep 25, 2012

    Pakistan won by 8 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)Bangladesh 175/6 (20/20 ov); Pakistan 178/2 (18.4/20 ov)

    Pakistan won by 8 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)


  • 13th Match, Group 1: Sri Lanka v New Zealand at Pallekele - Sep 27, 2012

    Match tied (Sri Lanka won the one-over eliminator)New Zealand 174/7 (20/20 ov); Sri Lanka 174/6 (20/20 ov)

    Match tied (Sri Lanka won the one-over eliminator)


  • 14th Match, Group 1: England v West Indies at Pallekele - Sep 27, 2012

    West Indies won by 15 runsWest Indies 179/5 (20/20 ov); England 164/4 (20/20 ov)

    West Indies won by 15 runs


  • 15th Match, Group 2: Pakistan v South Africa at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 28, 2012

    Pakistan won by 2 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)South Africa 133/6 (20/20 ov); Pakistan 136/8 (19.4/20 ov)

    Pakistan won by 2 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)


  • 16th Match, Group 2: Australia v India at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 28, 2012

    Australia won by 9 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)India 140/7 (20/20 ov); Australia 141/1 (14.5/20 ov)

    Australia won by 9 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)


  • 17th Match, Group 1: England v New Zealand at Pallekele - Sep 29, 2012

    England won by 6 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)New Zealand 148/6 (20/20 ov); England 149/4 (18.5/20 ov)

    England won by 6 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)


  • 18th Match, Group 1: Sri Lanka v West Indies at Pallekele - Sep 29, 2012

    Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)West Indies 129/5 (20/20 ov); Sri Lanka 130/1 (15.2/20 ov)

    Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)


  • 19th Match, Group 2: Australia v South Africa at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 30, 2012

    Australia won by 8 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)South Africa 146/5 (20/20 ov); Australia 147/2 (17.4/20 ov)

    Australia won by 8 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)


  • 20th Match, Group 2: India v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS) - Sep 30, 2012

    India won by 8 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)Pakistan 128 (19.4/20 ov); India 129/2 (17/20 ov)

    India won by 8 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)


  • 21st Match, Group 1: New Zealand v West Indies at Pallekele - Oct 1, 2012

    Match tied (West Indies won the one-over eliminator)West Indies 139 (19.3/20 ov); New Zealand 139/7 (20/20 ov)

    Match tied (West Indies won the one-over eliminator)


  • 22nd Match, Group 1: Sri Lanka v England at Pallekele - Oct 1, 2012

    Sri Lanka won by 19 runsSri Lanka 169/6 (20/20 ov); England 150/9 (20/20 ov)

    Sri Lanka won by 19 runs


  • 23rd Match, Group 2: Australia v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 2, 2012

    Pakistan won by 32 runsPakistan 149/6 (20/20 ov); Australia 117/7 (20/20 ov)

    Pakistan won by 32 runs


  • 24th Match, Group 2: India v South Africa at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 2, 2012

    India won by 1 runIndia 152/6 (20/20 ov); South Africa 151 (19.5/20 ov)

    India won by 1 run


  • 1st Semi-Final: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 4, 2012

    Sri Lanka won by 16 runsSri Lanka 139/4 (20/20 ov); Pakistan 123/7 (20/20 ov)

    Sri Lanka won by 16 runs


  • 2nd Semi-Final: Australia v West Indies at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 5, 2012

    West Indies won by 74 runsWest Indies 205/4 (20/20 ov); Australia 131 (16.4/20 ov)

    West Indies won by 74 runs


  • Final: Sri Lanka v West Indies at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 7, 2012

    West Indies won by 36 runsWest Indies 137/6 (20/20 ov); Sri Lanka 101 (18.4/20 ov)

    West Indies won by 36 runs

  • ICC World Twenty20 final, Mirpur
    Sri Lanka 132-4 (17.5 overs) beat India 130-4 (20 overs) by six wickets
    Match scorecard

    Kumar Sangakkara guided Sri Lanka to a six-wicket victory over India to win the World Twenty20 in Mirpur and end a run of four defeats in global finals.

    Sangakkara, playing his final Twenty20 international, scored 52 not out as Sri Lanka chased down 131 in 17.5 overs.

    Tight Sri Lanka bowling had limited India to 130-4 despite Virat Kohli's sublime 77 off 58 balls.

    Sri Lanka were beaten in the 2007 and 2011 World Cup finals and the 2009 and 2012 World T20 finals.

    Test Match Special analysis

    "India had been flawless throughout the tournament but they mucked it up today. Sri Lanka - almost everyone's second favourite team - bring joy to almost everyone at the end of what has been a great tournament. The players have enjoyed what is a brilliant format."

    Sangakkara and veteran team-mate Mahela Jayawardene were involved in all four of those disappointments, and this was a fitting way for both to bow out of international T20 cricket.

    Victory was particularly sweet for Sangakkara, who had scored only 19 runs in his previous five innings in the tournament but oversaw a patient run chase that was finished off in style when Thisara Perera clubbed Ravichandran Ashwin for his third six.

    World Cup and Champions Trophy winners India were hoping to become the first team to hold all three limited-overs trophies.

    But their quest was undermined by a disappointing batting performance that stalled badly after Rohit Sharma drove to short extra cover in the 11th over for 29 to break a second-wicket partnership of 60 with Kohli.

    Yuvraj Singh, so often a destructive batsman in the shorter forms of the game, looked horribly out of touch as he scratched around for 11 off 21 balls.

    With Kohli starved of the strike, the innings lost all momentum and even Mahendra Dhoni could add only four from seven balls after Yuvraj's tame lob to long-off finally brought the captain to the crease in the penultimate over.

    World Twenty20 finals

    2007: India beat Pakistan by five runs

    2009: Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets

    2010:England beat Australia by seven wickets

    2012: West Indies beat Sri Lanka by 36 runs

    2014: Sri Lanka beat India by six wickets

    The final four overs, in which Kohli faced eight balls, yielded just 19 runs before the tournament's leading run-scorer was run out trying to force a second from the last ball of the innings.

    There was a wicket apiece for Nuwan Kulasekara, Angelo Mathews and Rangana Herath as not one of Sri Lanka's five bowlers conceded more than 29 runs from four overs.

    India took wickets with enough regularity to keep the match alive and evoke memories of the 2012 final, when Sri Lanka were bowled out for 101 in pursuit of West Indies' modest 137-6.

    Kusal Perera sliced Mohit Sharma to mid-off in the second over and Tillakaratne Dilshan holed out to Kohli at deep square leg for 18.

    Jayawardene swiped Suresh Raina to midwicket to depart for 24 and, when Lahiru Thirimanne nicked Amit Mishra to wicketkeeper Dhoni, Sri Lanka were wobbling on 78-4.

    But Perera announced his intent by hitting Mishra over long-on for a huge six and followed up with another maximum in the leg-spinner's next over.

    Sangakkara thrashed consecutive fours off Ashwin to reach his half-century and take Sri Lanka to within four runs of the title.

    Perera danced down the track to apply the perfect finish and spark jubilant scenes among the Sri Lanka players and fans.

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