The ICC T20 Cricket World Cup 2021 is an international cricket tournament. The first season of the T20 world cup was played in South Africa in 2007. For the first time, India was the winner of the first ICC Men’s T20 world cup tournament and Pakistan was the runner-up of the league. The recent and the seventh ICC men’s T20 world cup tournament is expected to be held in India for the first time within October and November this year.
Winners List of T20 World Cup International Event – Champions List:
Here is the Winners List of the T20 World Cup International Event:
1) India – Champions of T20 World Cup 2007:
In the T20 world cup held in 2007, India was the winning team. The host country was South Africa. MS Dhoni was the captain of the Indian team. That was the first time of the Men’s T20 world cup cricket.
In 2009, the T20 world cup was held for the second time. Pakistan won the tournament in that season. The captainship was in the hands of Younis Khan and England was hosting the tournament in 2009.
3) England – Champions of T20 World Cup 2010:
In 2010, England won the T20 world cup. The host country was West Indies. England won by 7 wickets and the runner-up was Australia. Paul Collingwood was the captain of the England team.
4) West Indies – Champions of T20 World Cup 2012:
West Indies won the T20 world cup tournament in 2012. Darren Sammy was the captain of the team. The team won by 36 runs. The team played well and won the tournament with a good margin.
5) Sri Lanka – Champions of T20 World Cup 2014:
Sri Lanka was the winning country in 2014’s T20 world cup. Bangladesh was hosting the matches. The captain was Dinesh Chandimal. Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets. This was a good winning margin in the T20 world cup matches history.
6) West Indies – Champions of T20 World Cup 2016:
The latest T20 World Cup match was played in 2016. West Indies won the match and it was the second victory for them in the T20 World Cup history. India was hosting the matches and Darren Sammy was the captain of West Indies at that time. West Indies won by four wickets and the runner-up was England.