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India Breaks World Record, Surpass Pakistan for Most T20 Internationals Wins

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The India Cricket Team has set a new global record for the highest number of T20 Internationals victories. Following a 20-run triumph over Australia in the 4th T20I of the IND vs AUS series in Raipur, Team India has now secured 136 wins in 213 matches. In comparison, Pakistan has 135 victories in 226 games, and New Zealand holds the third position with 102 wins in 200 matches. Since making their T20I debut in 2006 under the captaincy of Virender Sehwag, the India Cricket Team has witnessed a total of 13 captains leading the squad over the span of 17 years. Notably, Rohit Sharma boasts the highest winning percentage at 76.47%, while MS Dhoni guided India to the T20 World Cup title in 2007. Additionally, Virat Kohli achieved 30 wins in 50 games during his captaincy tenure.

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Most T20I Wins

Pos Team Span Matches Wins Losses
1 India 2006-2023 213 136 67
2 Pakistan 2006-2023 226 135 82
3 New Zealand 2005-2023 200 102 83
4 Australia 2005-2023 182 95 79
5 South Africa 2005-2023 171 95 72
6 England 2005-2023 177 92 77
7 Sri Lanka 2006-2023 180 79 95
8 West Indies 2006-2023 184 76 95
9 Afghanistan 2010-2023 118 74 42
10 Ireland 2008-2023 154 64 81

In the course of 213 matches, India has witnessed 110 players making their debut, with Shahbaz Ahmed being the most recent addition, receiving cap number 110. The burgeoning talent pool in T20Is, fueled by the Indian Premier League, is expected to further elevate this count. Notably, India has granted 11 debut caps in the year 2023 alone.


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