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ICC World Twenty 20 South Africa 2007

Twenty20 timeline

Twenty20 cricket international records ahead of the inaugural World Championships in South Africa from September 11-24:

First Twenty20 international:
February 17, 2005, Eden Park, Auckland
Australia 214-5 (R. Ponting 98 not out) bt New Zealand 170 all out (S. Styris 66, M. Kasprowicz 4-29)

Most matches played:
6 -- England
5 -- Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
3 -- Sri Lanka, West Indies
2 -- Pakistan
1 -- Bangladesh, India, Zimbabwe.

Most matches won:
3 -- Australia
2 -- England, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka

Highest innings totals:
221-5 -- Australia v England, Sydney, 2007
214-5 -- Australia v New Zealand, Auckland, 2005
209-3 -- Australia v South Africa, Brisbane, 2006
208-8 -- West Indies v England, Oval, 2007

Lowest innings totals:
79 (14.3 overs) -- Australia v England, Southampton, 2005
114 (18.3 overs) -- South Africa v Australia, Brisbane, 2006
115 (18.2 overs) -- Sri Lanka v New Zealand, Auckland, 2006

Most sixes in an innings:
14 -- Australia v England, Sydney, 2007

Most boundaries in an innings:
20 -- West Indies v England, Oval, 2007

Most runs in career:
259 -- Graeme Smith, South Africa, 5 matches
178 -- Ricky Ponting, Australia, 5 matches
110 -- Stephen Fleming, New Zealand, 5 matches

Most runs in an innings:
98 not out -- 55 balls -- Ricky Ponting, Australia v New Zealand, Auckland, 2005
96 -- 56 balls -- Damien Martyn, Australia v South Africa, Brisbane, 2006
89 not out -- 58 balls -- Graeme Smith, South Africa v Australia, Johannesburg, 2006

Most wickets in career:
9 -- Paul Collingwood, England
7 -- Andrew Symonds, Australia

Best figures:
4-0-22-4 -- Paul Collingwood, England v Sri Lanka, Southampton, 2006
4-0-24-4 -- Jon Lewis, England v Australia, Southampton, 2005

Most matches in career:
6 -- Paul Collingwood, England
6 -- Kevin Pietersen, England

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