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    In pics: Reliving World Twenty20 moments

    • England lifted their first ICC trophy after beating Australia by seven wickets in the final. (AFP Photo)

    • Craig Keiswetter was Man of the Match in the final at Barbados on May 16 for his match-winning 63 in England’s successful chase over Australia. (AFP Photo)

    • Michael Hussey pulled off a sensational run-chase to send Australia into the final, hitting 38 off his final ten balls at St Lucia on May 14. (Getty Images)

    • India again failed to go past the Super Eights round, with Sri Lanka’s Chamara Kapugedera knocking them out with a final-ball six at St Lucia on May 11. (AFP Photo)

    • The jubilant Indian team defied expectations to win the inaugural World Twenty20 and change the landscape of Twenty20 cricket (Getty Images)

    • India and Pakistan experienced contrasting emotions at the end of the an unforgettable final in Johannesburg on Sept 24 (Getty Images)

    • Yuvraj Singh pulled out the innings of the tournament, hitting England’s Stuart Broad for six consecutive sixes in an over at Durban on Sept 19 (Getty Images).

    • India and Pakistan played out a thrilling match in Durban on Sept 14, which ended with the scores tied. India won the bowl-out 3-0. (Getty Images)

    • The upset of the tournament came at Cape Town on Sept 12, as a Brendan Taylor-inspired Zimbabwe beat Australia by five wickets with one ball remaining (Getty Images)

    • Chris Gayle got the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 off to bang, scoring the first century in Twenty20 cricket against South Africa at Johannesburg on Sept 11, 2007 (Getty Images)

    • Pakistan’s eight-wicket win in the final was a profound statement from the team after the events at home earlier in the year. (AP Photo)

    • Shahid Afridi pulled off a fine all-round performance in the final, taking 1 for 20 and scoring an unbeaten 54 off 40 balls as Pakistan beat Sri Lanka at Lord’s on June 21. (AFP Photo)

    • Tillakaratne Dilshan had a strong tournament, with his unbeaten 96 in the win over West Indies in the semi-final at The Oval on June 19 being the highlight. (AP Photo)

    • West Indies surprised many by reaching the semi-finals of the 2009 edition, with their best win coming over India in the Super Eights at Lord’s on June 12. (AP Photo)

    • Kevin Pietersen was England’s driving force in the 2010 edition in the West Indies, hitting 248 runs at 62 as the stormed into the final. (Getty Images)