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 Step into our museum and immerse yourself in the exciting world of T20 cricket! Feel the exhilaration of great matches like India vs. Pakistan through their legendary jerseys. See Daniel Vettori's shirt from New Zealand's amazing 2012 T20 World Cup voyage, or recollect about Irfan Pathan's remarkable experiences during India's inaugural season in 2007. Experience the glory of Sri Lanka's 2014 victory by wearing Ajantha Mendis' jersey and admiring the cricket bats used by some of the game's top T20 players. Discover cricket magic like never before and immerse yourself in the excitement of the T20 World Cup at our museum.

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India'S Jersey Of 2007 T20 World Cup

The 2007 ICC T20 World Cup in South Africa heralded the dawn of an exhilarating new era in cricket and etched an unforgettable chapter in Indian cricket history. Under the dynamic leadership of MS Dhoni, India embarked on a remarkable campaign, culminating in their first T20 World Cup triumph. This inaugural edition saw India rise to the challenge, excelling in the fast-paced and unpredictable T20 format.

The final against arch-rivals Pakistan was a spectacle of high tension and dramatic flair. Despite setting a modest target, India showcased their mettle by defending it with grit and determination, eventually securing a nerve-wracking 5-run victory. In this nail-biting encounter, Irfan Pathan emerged as the hero. His stellar bowling performance, claiming 3 wickets for just 16 runs, was instrumental in tilting the scales in India's favor. Pathan's precision and poise, especially during the critical powerplay overs, earned him the well-deserved Man of the Match accolade.

Pathan’s contributions were a testament to the collective resilience and strategic prowess of the Indian team, epitomizing their tenacity and teamwork. His outstanding spell not only anchored India’s victory but also cemented his legacy in cricket history. This momentous win in the inaugural T20 World Cup set the stage for India's enduring success in the shortest format of the game and remains a cornerstone of their storied cricketing legacy.

The final, held against India at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka (not Colombo as previously mentioned), was a showcase of Sri Lanka's tactical acumen and execution. A superb bowling display, led by the spin wizards Ajantha Mendis and Rangana Herath, stifled India's batting lineup, restricting them to a modest total. The disciplined and strategic approach of the Sri Lankan bowlers was instrumental in setting up the win.

In the chase, Kumar Sangakkara's determined and composed innings guided Sri Lanka through, steering the team to a comfortable victory. Sangakkara’s unbeaten 52 in the final was not just a match-winning performance but a fitting end to his illustrious T20 international career, underscoring his status as one of the game's greats.

This triumph in the 2014 T20 World Cup was a monumental achievement for Sri Lankan cricket. It was a testament to their resilience, strategic brilliance, and the unity of a team that thrived under pressure. The victory not only marked a crowning glory for stalwarts like Jayawardene and Sangakkara but also heralded a new chapter of success and pride for Sri Lanka on the global cricket stage.


In the 2014 ICC T20 World Cup, Sri Lanka's cricket team delivered a stellar performance that led to a historic victory, capturing their first-ever T20 World Cup title on the vibrant grounds of Bangladesh. Under the shrewd captaincy of Lasith Malinga, the team displayed an impressive blend of seasoned expertise and youthful dynamism, solidifying their reputation as a formidable force in international cricket.

From the onset, Sri Lanka dominated their group, securing top position with commanding wins over formidable sides such as England and New Zealand. This early success was anchored by the reliable veterans Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara, whose mastery with the bat provided stability and crucial runs in pivotal moments. However, it was the collective effort and depth of the squad that truly set Sri Lanka apart. Players like Angelo Mathews and Thisara Perera consistently stepped up, delivering impactful performances with both bat and ball, adding a crucial balance to the team.

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New zealand's jersey of 2012 t20 world cup

In the 2012 ICC T20 World Cup, New Zealand's cricket team, led by Ross Taylor, demonstrated remarkable resilience and competitive spirit on the global stage. Hosted in Sri Lanka, the tournament highlighted the Blackcaps' trademark aggressive batting and disciplined bowling from the very start. They navigated through the group stages with solid victories against Bangladesh and Pakistan, propelling them into the intense Super Eight phase.

A standout in New Zealand's campaign was Daniel Vettori. With his vast experience and crafty spin bowling, Vettori delivered crucial breakthroughs and maintained an impressive economy rate, proving invaluable in tight matches. His leadership on the field, combined with his tactical acumen, provided the team with a steadying influence during critical junctures.

Brendon McCullum’s dynamic presence both behind the stumps and with the bat added a significant edge to the Blackcaps. His explosive batting style and sharp wicket-keeping were instrumental in several key moments, injecting energy and aggression into the team's performances.

Despite their spirited and valiant efforts, New Zealand faced stiff competition from formidable opponents such as the eventual champions, West Indies, and traditional rivals, England. These matches were fiercely contested, showcasing the Blackcaps' ability to compete at the highest level. Unfortunately, they narrowly missed advancing to the semifinals, falling short by a whisker.

New Zealand's journey in the 2012 T20 World Cup may not have culminated in a semifinal berth, but their performances underscored their unyielding competitiveness and determination to excel on cricket’s grandest stage. Their campaign was a testament to their fighting spirit and a preview of the potential that would continue to flourish in future tournaments.

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Bangladesh's jersey of 2009 t20
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In the ICC World T20 2009, Bangladesh's cricket team faced formidable opponents but showed flashes of their potential on the international stage. Captained by Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh entered the tournament with the determination to compete against stronger teams. Despite tough challenges in the group stage, they had standout moments, notably their thrilling victory over the West Indies. This match highlighted Bangladesh's ability to deliver under pressure. Key players like Tamim Iqbal, known for his aggressive batting, and Mashrafe Mortaza, who led the bowling attack with pace and skill, contributed significantly throughout the tournament. Mushfiqur Rahim's performances behind the stumps and with the bat were also crucial in pivotal moments. Although Bangladesh did not progress beyond the group stage, their spirited showing in the ICC World T20 2009 illustrated their growing competitiveness and resilience on the global cricketing stage, setting a positive trajectory for their future in international cricket.

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