5. Chris Gayle’s century in the inaugural T20 World Cup 2007 match

The 2007 T20 World Cup started with a bang as Universe Boss Chris Gayle stroked an excellent century during the inaugural match of the tournament that too against the home team South Africa. Gayle played an outstanding knock of 117 runs off just 57 balls.

4. Yuvraj Singh’s six sixes in an over against Broad

Yuvraj Singh was in his beast mode during a group-stage match of the 2007 T20 World Cup against England. England pacer Stuart Broad came to bowl the next over in the match and Yuvraj was facing him. The right-arm bowled six different deliveries and got hit for maximums in all of them.

3. Rangana Herath’s 5/3 against New Zealand

Team Sri Lanka were playing New Zealand in a must-win match during the 2014 T20 World Cup. The left-arm spinner scalped five wickets including the wickets of Brendon McCullum, James Neesham, Ross Taylor, Luke Ronchi and Trent Boult. He only gave away three runs in his spell and guided his side over the line.

2. Bowl out in Indo-Pak clash

Team India were taking on arch-rivals Pakistan during a group stage encounter of the 2007 T20 World Cup. With the match ending in a draw, both teams locked horns in a bowl out. On contrary, Arafat, Gul and Afridi missed the stumps as the Men in Blue went on to win the first and last bowl out in the history of cricket.

1. Carlos Brathwaite four sixes to Ben Stokes   

All-rounder Carlos Brathwaite scripted history for the Men in Maroon as West Indies went on to win their second T20 World Cup in 2016. West Indies required 19 runs off the last over with Ben Stokes having the ball for England. However, it did not matter to Brathwaite as he smashed Stokes for four consecutive sixes and stunned the cricketing fraternity.