Ranking top 5 cricketers based on most T20 title wins
Now, almost every cricket-playing nation has a T20 league of its own.
Updated - Jul 17, 2021 2:22 am
T20 Cricket in today’s age is a prestigious form of a game and has taken the sport to a whole new level. The format is even highly commemorated and cherished amongst the associate nations and has helped the sport to eventually reach out to a wider new audience worldwide.
Even for the players whether domestic or international, T20 cricket has been a booming platform from where a player can rightly earn a living. In fact, the concept of Global T20 Leagues has now made the format an eternal affair that brims players with a realm of opportunities and financial nourishments. Hence, with our beloved T20 stars often jubilantly indulging themselves in the carnival format, here’s a look at-
Best cricketers based on maximum T20 title wins
5. Lasith Malinga (9 Titles from 294 games)
There’s no doubt that Lasith Malinga in his prime was the greatest T20 bowler who had oodles of variations even before the T20 format had gained prominence. His slinging unorthodox action was a nightmare for the batters especially when the pacer blazed toe-crushing yorker deliveries. The Sri Lankan legend’s best T20 days were well captured in the blue and gold jersey especially when Malinga won a record 4 IPL titles in his 10-year association with Mumbai Indians. His decade of glory in the MI camp also eventually forged him to become IPL’s all-time leading wicket-taker.
While apart from his fantabulous IPL days, the pacer has also won a Champions League T20 title with MI back in the 2011-12 season. However, the accidental leadership in the 2014 World T20 gave Malinga his career-best moment when the Sri Lankan team finally lifted its first-ever ICC T20 World Cup in 2014.
Besides the above eminent glories, Malinga had recently won a Bangladesh Premier League title with Rangpur Riders in 2017 and a Super 4’sT20 tournament for Southern Express in 2014. Further, years ago the legendary pacer had also won a Twenty20 Cup title in England while playing for Kent.