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Teams with Most Consecutive wins in T20I

Over the years, T20 cricket has been amid the talks of every cricket lover. Like the other two formats, both the fans and the teams want to play well in the intense format. Some teams find it easy to fit into the arrangement, while some struggle to do. Those who succeed in adapting win, and some teams become teams with consecutive wins in T20I.

teams with most consecutive wins in t20i

list of teams with most consecutive wins in T20I:

#12 wins

Romania got 12 consecutive wins in matches starting from 17/10/2020 at Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground to 05/09/2021 at Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground. Sharing the spot, Afghanistan had its 12 wins from 05/02/2018 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium to 15/09/2019 at Shere Bangla National Stadium.

#11 wins

Afghanistan’s previous record of 11 wins in matches played from 27/03/2016 at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium to 12/03/2017 at Greater Noida Sports Complex Ground.

#9 wins

Pakistan played from 04/07/2018 at Harare Sports Club to 04/11/2018 at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, resulting in 9 consecutive wins. Like borders, India is on a shared spot for which it played from 07/01/2020 at Holkar Cricket Stadium to 06/12/2020 at Sydney Cricket Ground.

#8 wins

England made 8 wins from 06/05/2010 at Kensington Oval to 12/01/2011 at Adelaide Oval. Malaysia, too, made 8 victories from 04/10/2019 at Kinrara Academy Oval to 01/03/2020 at Terdthai Cricket Ground. Other teams sharing the spot for 8 wins are Papua New Guinea, Pakistan and Ireland.

#7 wins

India won 7 times in a row from 28/12/2012 at Narendra Modi Stadium to 04/04/2014 at Shere Bangla National Stadium. India is on this spot multiple times. South Africa played from 03/07/2021 at National Cricket Stadium (Grenada) to 14/09/2021 at R Premadasa Stadium. Others on the place are West Indies, South Africa, Canada, Uganda, Jersey, Namibia, Pakistan and last but not the least, Spain.

#6 wins

Qatar won 6 consecutive wins from 27/07/2019 at Indian Association Ground to 13/02/2020 at West End Park International Cricket Stadium. Austria played from 30/08/2019 at Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground to 22/05/2021 at Scott Page Field. Next, Portugal playing from 26/10/2019 at La Manga Club Bottom Ground to 22/08/2021 at Gucherre Cricket Ground. Other countries are Australia, Pakistan, England, Oman, Namibia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and South Africa. Some of these have their names more than once in the same category.

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