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    In pics: India at the World T20

    • The jubilant Indian team defied expectations to win the inaugural World Twenty20. (Getty Images)

    • After a washout against Scotland, India’s ICC World Twenty20 campaign began with a memorable win over Pakistan at Kingsmead, courtesy a bowl-out after the scores were tied after 40 overs. (Getty Images)

    • India suffered a ten-run loss to New Zealand at Johannesburg to leave their chances of progressing to the next round in danger. (AFP)

    • By hitting six consecutive sixes off a hapless Stuart Broad, Yuvraj Singh etched his name in the record books and powered India to an 18-run win over England. (Getty Images)

    • In a must-win match at Kingsmead, India knocked out the hosts with a memorable win that sealed their place in the semi-finals against Australia. (AFP)

    • After Yuvraj hit 70 off 30 balls to propel India to 188 for 5, India’s bowlers held their nerve in a riveting match to beat Australia and reach the final of the tournament. (AFP)

    • On September 24, 2007 at The Wanderers, India beat Pakistan by five runs to win the World Twenty20. (Getty Images)

    • India, defending champions, opened their 2009 campaign with a 25-run win over Bangladesh at Trent Bridge with Pragyan Ojha the star with four wickets. (AP)

    • An eight-wicket win over Ireland followed, fashioned by Zaheer Khan’s four wicket-haul. (Getty Images)

    • India suffered a jolting defeat to West Indies, with Dwayne Bravo following 4 for 38 with an unbeaten 66 off 36 balls at Lord’s. (Getty Images)

    • A three-run loss to England at Lord’s on June 14 ousted India from the tournament even before they could reach the Super Eights stage. (Getty Images)

    • Ashish Nehra’s 3 for 19 set up a seven-wicket win over Afghanistan in St Lucia as India started their 2010 tournament on a positive note. (AFP)

    • Suresh Raina became India’s first centurion in Twenty20 internationals as India beat South Africa by 14 runs to go to the top of their group. (Getty Images)

    • However, things started to go downhill as a David Warner-inspired Australia inflicted a 49-run defeat on India at Bridgetown. (Getty Images)

    • A 14-run defeat to hosts West Indies on May 9 at Bridgetown left India facing another early exit. (AFP)

    • India’s exit came soon enough, as Sri Lanka clinched victory with a last-ball six in St Lucia two days later. (AFP)