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A Twenty20 International (T20I) is a form of
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cricket
, played between two of the international members of the
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(ICC), in which each team faces a maximum of twenty
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. The matches have top-class status and are the highest T20 standard. The game is played under the rules of
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Twenty20
cricket. Starting from the format's inception in 2005, T20I status only applied to Full Members and some Associate Member teams. However, in April 2018, the ICC announced that it would grant T20I status to all its 105 members from 1 January 2019. The shortened format was initially introduced to bolster crowds for the domestic game, and was not intended to be played internationally, but the first Twenty20 International took place on 17 February 2005 when
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defeated
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, and the first tournament was played two years later, with the introduction of the
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. In 2016, for the first time in a calendar year, more Twenty20 International matches (100) were played than ODI matches (99). As of November 2021, 90 nations feature in ICC T20I team rankings. Twenty20 International format also sees one mandatory powerplay taken in the first six overs. This shorter format of the game makes reaching the traditional milestones of scoring a century or taking five wickets in an innings more difficult, and few players have achieved these. The highest individual score in a Twenty20 International is 172, made by Australia's
Aaron Finch Aaron James Finch (born 17 November 1986) is an Australian international cricketer who captains the Australian cricket team in limited overs cricket. Finch currently holds the record for two of the three highest individual scores in Twenty20 Int ...

Aaron Finch
against Zimbabwe in 2018, while Nigeria's Peter Aho has the best bowling figures of 6/5 against Sierra Leone in October 2021. {{Cricket sidebar , expanded=all


Origins

Cricket itself was probably first played in England in the
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, but it did not rise to prominence until the eighteenth century. A set of
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were drawn up in 1744, and the game achieved a level of relative standardisation by the late nineteenth century.
One-day cricket Limited overs cricket, also known as one-day cricket, is a version of the sport of cricket Cricket is a Bat-and-ball games, bat-and-ball game played between two teams of eleven players each on a cricket field, field at the centre of wh ...
was trialled in 1962, and the first domestic tournament played the following year, and in 1971, England and Australia contested the first
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. The match consisted of one innings for each side, with 40 eight-
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. In the 1990s, a number of countries were exploring the possibility of a shorter game still: in New Zealand,
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developed Cricket Max, in which each team bats for 10 eight-ball overs, while in Australia they considered an eight-a-side contest they dubbed "Super 8s". At the same time, the
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(ECB) conducted consumer research, and proposed the idea of a 20 overs-per-side contest, which would last for about three hours. The first match was played in 2003 between
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and
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History

The first Twenty20 International match between two men's sides was played on 17 February 2005, involving
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and
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. ''
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'' reported that "neither side took the game especially seriously", and it was noted by ''ESPNcricinfo'' that but for a large score for Ricky Ponting, "the concept would have shuddered". However, Ponting himself said "if it does become an international game then I'm sure the novelty won't be there all the time".{{Cite web, url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/149574.html , title=South Africa's Superman , access-date=17 February 2017 , work=ESPNcricinfo, date=17 May 2006 Two further matches were played that year; England cricket team, England beat Australia in June, and South Africa national cricket team, South Africa were defeated by New Zealand in October. Early the following year, a contest between New Zealand and the West Indies cricket team, West Indies finished as the first List of tied Twenty20 Internationals, tied match, and a tiebreak was played for the first time in men's international cricket: the two sides took part in a bowl-out to determine a winner; New Zealand won 3–0.{{cite web, url=http://www.icc-europe.org/newsdetails.php?newsId=7527_1230249600 , title=WI beat NZ in historical tiebreaker , publisher=
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The game had initially been developed to boost the interest in domestic cricket, and to aid this the international teams were only allowed to host three T20Is each year. The cricket manager for the ICC, Dave Richardson (South African cricketer), David Richardson, also commented that "Part of the success of Twenty20 cricket is making sure it can coexist with Test cricket and one-dayers."{{cite web, url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/wisdencricketer/content/story/286573.html , title=Is twenty plenty? , work=ESPNcricinfo, date=24 March 2007 , access-date=30 January 2015 Despite this, the first international tournament was held in 2007 in South Africa; the 2007 ICC World Twenty20. That tournament was won by India national cricket team, India, who defeated their close rivals Pakistan national cricket team, Pakistan in the final. Writing for ''The Guardian'', Dilip Premachandran suggested that the competition's success meant that "the format is here to stay". The next tournament was scheduled for 2009, and it was decided that they would take place wikt:biannual, biannually (more frequently than the 50 over Cricket World Cup, which occurs once every four years). In the opening match of the 2007 World Twenty20, Chris Gayle scored the first List of centuries in Twenty20 International cricket, century in a T20I, the achievement being reached in the twentieth match of the format. The 500th T20I match was contested between Irish cricket team in the United Arab Emirates in 2015–16, Ireland and the United Arab Emirates at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi on 16 February 2016.{{cite web , url=http://www.cricket.com.au/news/500-t20-internationals-most-runs-wickets-sixes-hat-tricks-catches-mathes-afridi-finch-mendis/2016-02-17 , title=(500) games of T20I cricket , access-date=18 February 2016 , work=cricket.com.au ICC decided to use Umpire Decision Review System (DRS) in Twenty20 Internationals from the end of September 2017, with its first use in the Australian cricket team in India in 2017–18, India-Australia T20I series in October 2017.


Current international rankings

{{ICC T20I Championship rankings


Teams with T20I status


Permanent T20I status

Prior to 2019, permanent T20I status was limited to the Test cricket, Test-playing nations (the full members of the ICC), which included 12 teams after the promotion of Afghanistan and Ireland to full member status in 2017. In April 2018, the ICC announced that it would grant T20I status to all of its List of International Cricket Council members, 105 members from 1 January 2019.{{cite web, url=https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/672322 , title=All T20 matches between ICC members to get international status , work=International Cricket Council , access-date=26 April 2018{{Cite web, url=https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/23324980/t20s-all-icc-members-international-status, title=T20s between all ICC members to have international status, date=26 April 2018, website=ESPNcricinfo Nations that have played T20I cricket are listed below, with the date of their first T20I after gaining permanent T20I status shown in brackets (some of these nations had previously played T20Is with #Temporary T20I status, temporary status): # {{cr, AUS (Australian cricket team in New Zealand in 2004–05, 17 February 2005) # {{cr, NZ (Australian cricket team in New Zealand in 2004–05, 17 February 2005) # {{cr, ENG (Australian cricket team in England in 2005, 13 June 2005) # {{cr, SA (New Zealand cricket team in South Africa in 2005–06, 21 October 2005) # {{cr, WIN (West Indies cricket team in New Zealand in 2005–06, 16 February 2006) # {{cr, SL (Sri Lankan cricket team in England in 2006, 15 June 2006) # {{cr, PAK (Pakistani cricket team in England in 2006, 28 August 2006) # {{cr, BAN (Zimbabwean cricket team in Bangladesh in 2006–07, 28 November 2006) # {{cr, ZIM (Zimbabwean cricket team in Bangladesh in 2006–07, 28 November 2006) # {{cr, IND (Indian cricket team in South Africa in 2006–07, 1 December 2006) # {{cr, AFG, 2013 (Zimbabwean cricket team against Afghanistan in the UAE in 2017–18, 5 February 2018) # {{cr, IRE (2018 Netherlands Tri-Nation Series, 12 June 2018) # {{cr, BHR (2019 ACC Western Region T20, 20 January 2019) # {{cr, KUW (2019 ACC Western Region T20, 20 January 2019) # {{cr, MDV (2019 ACC Western Region T20, 20 January 2019) # {{cr, SAU (2019 ACC Western Region T20, 20 January 2019) # {{cr, QAT (2019 ACC Western Region T20, 21 January 2019) # {{cr, NEP (Nepalese cricket team in the United Arab Emirates in 2018–19, 31 January 2019) # {{cr, UAE (Nepalese cricket team in the United Arab Emirates in 2018–19, 31 January 2019) # {{cr, NED (2018–19 Oman Quadrangular Series, 13 February 2019) # {{cr, OMA (2018–19 Oman Quadrangular Series, 13 February 2019) # {{cr, SCO (2018–19 Oman Quadrangular Series, 13 February 2019) # {{cr, USA (United States cricket team in the United Arab Emirates in 2018–19, 15 March 2019) # {{cr, PNG (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup East Asia-Pacific Qualifier, 22 March 2019) # {{cr, PHI (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup East Asia-Pacific Qualifier, 22 March 2019) # {{cr, VAN (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup East Asia-Pacific Qualifier, 22 March 2019) # {{cr, MLT (2019 Spain Triangular T20I Series, 29 March 2019) # {{cr, ESP (2019 Spain Triangular T20I Series, 29 March 2019) # {{cr, BLZ (2019 Central American Cricket Championship, 25 April 2019) # {{cr, CRC (2019 Central American Cricket Championship, 25 April 2019) # {{cr, MEX (2019 Central American Cricket Championship, 25 April 2019) # {{cr, PAN (2019 Central American Cricket Championship, 25 April 2019) # {{cr, BEL (German cricket team in Belgium in 2019, 11 May 2019) # {{cr, GER (German cricket team in Belgium in 2019, 11 May 2019) # {{cr, BOT (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, 20 May 2019) # {{cr, GHA (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, 20 May 2019) # {{cr, KEN (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, 20 May 2019) # {{cr, NAM (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, 20 May 2019) # {{cr, NGA (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, 20 May 2019) # {{cr, UGA (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier, 20 May 2019) # {{cr, ITA (German cricket team against Italy in the Netherlands in 2019, 25 May 2019) # {{cr, GUE (2019 T20 Inter-Insular Cup, 31 May 2019) # {{cr, JER (2019 T20 Inter-Insular Cup, 31 May 2019) # {{cr, NOR (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier, 15 June 2019) # {{cr, DEN (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier, 16 June 2019) # {{cr, MAS (2019 Malaysia Tri-Nation Series, 24 June 2019) # {{cr, THA (2019 Malaysia Tri-Nation Series, 24 June 2019) # {{cr, SAM (Cricket at the 2019 Pacific Games – Men's tournament, 8 July 2019) # {{cr, FIN (Finnish cricket team in Denmark in 2019, 13 July 2019) # {{cr, SIN (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier, 22 July 2019) # {{cr, BER (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier, 18 August 2019) # {{cr, CAN (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier, 18 August 2019) # {{cr, CAY (2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier, 18 August 2019) # {{cr, AUT (2019 Romania T20 Cup, 29 August 2019) # {{cr, LUX (2019 Romania T20 Cup, 29 August 2019) # {{cr, ROM (2019 Romania T20 Cup, 29 August 2019) # {{cr, TUR (2019 Romania T20 Cup, 29 August 2019) # {{cr, CZE (2019 Romania T20 Cup, 30 August 2019) # {{cr, ARG (2019 South American Cricket Championship – Men's tournament, 3 October 2019) # {{cr, BRA (2019 South American Cricket Championship – Men's tournament, 3 October 2019) # {{cr, CHI (2019 South American Cricket Championship – Men's tournament, 3 October 2019) # {{cr, PER (2019 South American Cricket Championship – Men's tournament, 3 October 2019) # {{cr, HK (2019–20 Oman Pentangular Series, 5 October 2019) # {{cr, BUL (2019 Hellenic Premier League, 14 October 2019) # {{cr, SER (2019 Hellenic Premier League, 14 October 2019) # {{cr, GRE (2019 Hellenic Premier League, 15 October 2019) # {{cr, POR (2019 Iberia Cup, 25 October 2019) # {{cr, GIB (2019 Iberia Cup, 26 October 2019) # {{cr, MWI (2019 T20 Kwacha Cup#Men's series, 6 November 2019) # {{cr, MOZ (2019 T20 Kwacha Cup#Men's series, 6 November 2019) # {{cr, BHU (Cricket at the 2019 South Asian Games – Men's tournament, 5 December 2019) # {{cr, IRN (2020 Asia Cup Qualifier, 23 February 2020) # {{cr, IOM (Isle of Man cricket team in Guernsey in 2020, 21 August 2020) # {{cr, FRA (2021 Germany Tri-Nation Series, 5 August 2021) # {{cr, SWE (Swedish cricket team in Denmark in 2021, 14 August 2021) # {{cr, RWA (Ghanaian cricket team in Rwanda in 2021, 18 August 2021) # {{cr, HUN (2021 Continental Cup (cricket), 2 September 2021) # {{cr, CYP (2021 Cyprus T20I Cup, 5 October 2021) # {{cr, EST (2021 Cyprus T20I Cup, 5 October 2021) # {{cr, ESW (2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier#Group A, 16 October 2021) # {{cr, LES (2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier#Group A, 16 October 2021) # {{cr, SEY (2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier#Group A, 16 October 2021) # {{cr, SLE (Sierra Leonean cricket team in Nigeria in 2021–22, 19 October 2021) # {{cr, SUI (2021 Valletta Cup, 22 October 2021) # {{cr, TAN (2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier#Group B, 2 November 2021) # {{cr, CMR (2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier#Group B, 3 November 2021) # {{cr, BAH (2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier, 7 November 2021)


Temporary T20I status

Between 2005 and 2018, the ICC granted temporary ODI and T20I status to a selection of other teams (known as List of International Cricket Council members#Top Associate Members, Associate members). Teams earned this temporary status for a period of four years based on their performance in the quadrennial ICC World Cricket League – or, more specifically, based on the top six finishing positions at the ICC World Cup Qualifier, which is the final event of the World Cricket League. Teams could also earn this status by qualifying for the
ICC T20 World Cup The ICC Men's T20 World Cup (earlier known as ICC World Twenty20) is the international championship of Twenty20 International cricket. Organised by cricket Cricket is a Bat-and-ball games, bat-and-ball game played between two teams of ...
. Twelve nations held this temporary T20I status before being promoted to T20I status or relegated after underperforming at the World Cup Qualifier or World Twenty20 Qualifier: * {{cr, KEN (from 2007 Kenya Twenty20 Quadrangular, 1 September 2007, until 2014 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, 30 January 2014) * {{cr, SCO (from 2007 ICC World Twenty20, 12 September 2007, until 2018 Netherlands Tri-Nation Series, 20 June 2018) * {{cr, IRE (from 2008 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, 2 August 2008, until Irish cricket team against Afghanistan in India in 2016–17, 12 March 2017) * {{cr, NED (from 2008 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, 2 August 2008, until 2018 MCC Tri-Nation Series, 29 July 2018) * {{cr, CAN (from 2008 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, 2 August 2008, until 2014 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, 28 January 2014) * {{cr, BER (from 2008 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, 3 August 2008, until 2009 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, 8 April 2009) * {{cr, AFG, 2013 (from 2010 Quadrangular Twenty20 Series in Sri Lanka, 1 February 2010, until Afghan cricket team in the West Indies in 2017, 5 June 2017) * {{cr, NEP (from 2014 ICC World Twenty20, 16 March 2014, until 2018 MCC Tri-Nation Series, 29 July 2018) * {{cr, HK (from 2014 ICC World Twenty20, 16 March 2014, until 2017 Desert T20 Challenge, 18 January 2017) * {{cr, UAE (from 2014 ICC World Twenty20, 17 March 2014, until Australian cricket team in the United Arab Emirates in 2018–19, 22 October 2018) * {{cr, PNG (from 2015 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, 13 July 2015, until 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, 17 March 2018) * {{cr, OMA (from 2015 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, 25 July 2015, until 2017 Desert T20 Challenge, 19 January 2017) The ICC has also given special T20I status to the World XI (cricket), ICC World XI team for: *The 2017 Independence Cup (cricket), 2017 Independence Cup, a three match series versus Pakistan national team to help revive international cricket in Pakistan. *The Hurricane Relief T20 Challenge, a one-off match against West Indies on 31 May 2018, to raise funds for stadiums damaged by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria in September 2017.


Cricket at international multi-sport events

Cricket was played as part of the Cricket at the 1900 Summer Olympics, 1900 Summer Olympics, when England and France contested a two-day match.{{cite journal , last=Buchanan , first=Ian , year=1993 , title=Cricket at the 1900 Games , journal=Journal of Olympic History , volume=1 , issue=2 , page=4 , publisher=International Society of Olympic Historians , url=http://www.la84foundation.org/SportsLibrary/JOH/JOHv1n2/JOHv1n2c.pdf , editor1-first=Bill , editor1-last=Mallon In 1998, Cricket at the 1998 Commonwealth Games, cricket was played as part of the Commonwealth Games, on this occasion in the 50-over format. There was some talk about Twenty20 cricket being part of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, which were held in Delhi, but at the time the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), were not in favour of the short format of the game, and it was not included. Cricket was played in Cricket at the 2010 Asian Games, 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China and Cricket at the 2014 Asian Games, 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea. India skipped both times. There was further calls for subsequent Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games. The Commonwealth Games Federation asked the ICC to participate in the 2014 Commonwealth Games, 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games, but the ICC turned down the invitation. In 2010, the International Olympic Committee recognised the
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as a governing body that complied to the requirements of the Olympic charter which in turn meant that cricket could apply to be included in the Olympic Games, but in 2013 the ICC announced that it had no intentions to make such an application, primarily due to opposition from the Board of Control for Cricket in India, BCCI. ''ESPNcricinfo'' suggested that the opposition might be based on the possible loss of income.{{cn, date=July 2020 In April 2016, ICC chief executive David Richardson said that Twenty20 cricket can have a chance of getting in for the 2024 Summer Olympics, 2024 Summer Games, but there must be collective support shown by the ICC's membership base, in particular from BCCI, in order for there to be a chance of inclusion.


Statistics

{{main, List of Twenty20 International records {{main, List of centuries in Twenty20 International cricket {{main, List of five-wicket hauls in Twenty20 International cricket The highest team total in a T20I was made by Afghanistan national cricket team, Afghanistan versus Ireland cricket team, Ireland when they scored 278/3. The lowest total was recorded in 2019, when Czech Republic national cricket team, Czech Republic bowled out Turkey national cricket team, Turkey for just 21 runs. The highest successful chase was made in February 2018, when Australia scored 245 runs to overhaul New Zealand's target and win the match. {{As of, 2021, 3, 20, post=, Virat Kohli has scored the most runs in the format with 3,159.
Aaron Finch Aaron James Finch (born 17 November 1986) is an Australian international cricketer who captains the Australian cricket team in limited overs cricket. Finch currently holds the record for two of the three highest individual scores in Twenty20 Int ...

Aaron Finch
has made the highest individual score in T20Is, with his innings of 172 against Zimbabwe in 2018. Sri Lankan bowler Lasith Malinga holds the records for the most wickets, having taken 107 wickets in 84 matches, whilst India's Deepak Chahar recorded the best bowling figures when he took 6 wickets for 7 runs against Bangladesh in November 2019.{{cite web, url=http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/records/283973.html , title=Records / Twenty20 Internationals / Bowling records / Best figures in an innings , work=ESPNcricinfo, access-date=26 September 2020


See also

* List of International Cricket Council members * Women's Twenty20 International


References

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