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Here's a quiz all about the first World Twenty20 tournament in 2007. See how many questions you can answer correctly.


1. Which country hosted the inaugural World Twenty20?

2. Who won the competition?

3. Who were the runners up?

4. Who was named Man of the Match in the final?

5. Who with 13 wickets was the leading wicket taker?

6. What was the margin of victory in the final?

7. Who did Australia face in the semi-final?

8. Which Australian took a hat-trick in their group game against Bangladesh?

9. Which two teams were involved in a bowl-out in the group stages?

10. England won only one game in the whole tournament. Who did they beat?

11. Which Australian was the tournament's leading run scorer?

12. Who was the only person to score a century in the tournament?

13. Which Indian hit six sixes in an over?

14. Who was the bowler who got hit for six sixes in an over?

15. Which team compiled an impressive 260 for 6 against Kenya, the highest score in the tournament?

16. Which team scored the lowest total, managing just 83 against Sri Lanka?

17. Which Sri Lankan conceded 64 runs from his allocation of four overs against Pakistan?

18. Which New Zealander produced the best bowling figures of four for seven against Kenya?

19. Who was the leading six hitter in the tournament?

20. Who hit the most sixes in a single innings?

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