On December 5th, Pakistan became the first team to register 50 international T20 wins. They achieved this feat when they defeated New Zealand in the 1st of the two-match T20 series at Dubai

Pakistan came into T20 cricket in 2006 and since then, they have been one of the consistent teams in terms of performance. They were the finalists in the inaugural T20 World Cup and the winners of the 2009 T20 World Cup. Pakistan are also the only team to reach semi-finals in four-consecutive T20 World Cups (2007, 2009, 2010, 2012). 

South Africa are the second best team in terms of wins (43) followed by Sri Lanka, who have 42 wins in 67 international T20 matches. 

 

Stats: Most wins in international T20s

Team

Span

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied+Win

Tied+Loss

NR

Pakistan

2006-2014

84

50

32

1

1

0

South Africa

2005-2014

73

43

29

0

0

1

Sri Lanka

2006-2014

67

42

23

1

0

1

Australia

2005-2014

77

40

34

0

2

1

New Zealand

2005-2014

78

35

36

2

3

2

 *Tie+Win and Tie+Loss indicates matches tied and then won or lost in a tiebreaker such as a bowlout or super over

*Stats Updated Till December 5th, 2014

Image Courtesy: espncricinfo

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