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Afghanistan thump Uganda to register third biggest win in T20 World Cups

Afghanistan thump Uganda to register third biggest win in T20 World Cups

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Check out some of the biggest wins in T20 World Cup history.

T20 World Cup: Afghanistan recorded the third largest win in T20 World Cup history after beating Uganda by 125 runs at Providence on Monday. In the Group C fixture, T20 World Cup debutants Uganda was bundled out for 58 runs in reply to Afghanistan’s 183/5. As a result, Afghanistan won the game by 125 runs. Let us check out some of some of the biggest wins in T20 World Cups.

Biggest wins in T20 World Cups

  • Sri Lanka vs Kenya (2007 T20 World Cup) – SL won by 172 runs
  • South Africa vs Scotland (2009 T20 World Cup) – SA won by 130 runs
  • Afghanistan vs Uganda (2024 T20 World Cup) – AFG won by 125 runs
  • England vs Afghanistan (2012 T20 World Cup) – ENG won by 90 runs
  • West Indies vs Pakistan (2014T20 World Cup) – WI won by 84 runs

Top 3 biggest wins in T20 World Cup

Sri Lanka vs Kenya (T20 World Cup 2007)

Sri Lanka secured the largest win by runs in T20 World Cup history when they defeated Kenya by a whopping 172 runs in Johannesburg. Sri Lanka posted a mammoth total of 260/6, and Kenya couldn’t keep up with the required run rate, eventually getting all out for 88 runs.

South Africa vs Scotland (T20 World Cup 2009)

The Proteas are at the second spot, with a 130-run victory margin over Scotland in the 2009 T20 World Cup. In 2021, Afghanistan levelled with the South Africans by registering a 130-run win over Scotland in Sharjah.

Afghanistan vs Uganda (T20 World Cup 2024)

Afghanistan trounced Uganda by 125 runs in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024 on Tuesday. This was the third biggest win in T20 World Cup history.

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