After thrashing West Indies in the third T20I in Chennai, the Indian team has created an interesting stat, which also includes the No.1 ranked T20 team, Pakistan.
India started playing T20 cricket in 2006 and till now, the 2007 World Champions has the winning percentage of 65.23 while the arch-rivals Pakistan have 65.10.
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The Green Army is one of the most consistent sides in T20I cricket and have been playing exceptionally well from past 2-3 years. Recently they whitewashed New Zealand side by 3-0 in UAE to continue their dominance in the ICC Rankings.
Pakistan opener Babar Azam is also reigning top on the batsman rankings in the shortest format.
The table topper of winning percentage stats is quite shocking as it is Afghanistan who are leading the charts with a win percentage of 67.24. Though the neighbouring nation has played most of their matches against the Associate nations and didn't play as matches compared to T20 giants India and Pakistan, Afghanistan have been a side who have excelled in the shortest format.
The two arch rivals started their big journey almost together during 2007 T20 World Cup where both teams entered the final of the inaugural tournament and it was the MS Dhoni-led Team India who emerged as the champions.
After the World Cup, India owe a lot of success to their domestic T20 league Indian Premier League which started in 2008 and became a humongous hit in the cricketing world, which also gave birth to lots of talented players.
In the recently concluded West Indies series, the Indian team completely annihilated the defending World T20 Champions in all formats while Rohit Sharma took his winning tally as captain to 11 matches out of 12.