Sri Lanka Team Records: A Twenty20 International (T20I) is a type of cricket played between two international members of the International Cricket Council (ICC). Each team has a maximum of twenty overs to bat. The matches are the highest level of T20 and are considered to be top-class. Twenty20 cricket rules are used to play the game. On February 17, 2005, Australia and New Zealand played the first Twenty20 International match between two men’s teams.
Almanack talked about Sri Lankan team
Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack said that neither team took the game very seriously, and ESPNcricinfo said that if Ricky Ponting hadn’t made a big score, “the idea would have shuddered.” But Ponting said, “If it does become an international game, I’m sure the novelty won’t always be there.” This is a list of all of the Twenty20 International records for the Sri Lanka Cricket team. It is based on the List of Twenty20 International Records, but only includes records about the Sri Lankan cricket team. In 2006, Sri Lanka played the first T20I.
Matches Won Lost Tied NR Win %
164 73 86 3 2 46.90
Sri Lanka won the ICC World Twenty20 in 2014
India almost won a second T20 title in 2014, but Sri Lanka had other plans. The island nation won the final by six wickets to honour Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara before they retired. Virat Kohli had the most runs in the tournament with 319, while Imran Tahir of South Africa and Ahsan Malik of the Netherlands took the most wickets with 12 each.
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