In pics: India at the World T20

Updated: February 28, 2015, 11:52 AM IST
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  • The jubilant Indian team defied expectations to win the inaugural World Twenty20. (Getty Images)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

    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)

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

First Published: September 14, 2012, 9:52 AM IST
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RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 3925 123
2 South Africa 3050 117
3 Australia 3087 100
4 England 3362 99
5 New Zealand 3114 97
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