T20 Cricket has come a long way since its inception in the England domestic circuit in 2003 and its international debut, two years later.
And, in the past 16 years, we have seen a plethora of unbelievable individual and team performances that remains unlikely to be broken in the near future.
So, we at Cricket Addictor thought why not make a list of five such records which may never be broken in the future-
Here’s a look at top-5 T20 records which look unbreakable-
Highest margin of win- 257 runs by Czech Republic vs Turkey, 2019
A day after Romania broke Sri Lanka’s record highest margin of win- 172 runs vs Kenya in 2007- when they defeated Turkey by 173 runs, Czeck Republic went one step ahead and scripts a whirlwind 257-run assault on the same opposition, 24 hours later.
Czech Republic batted first and on the back of imperious knocks from Sumit Pokhriyal [79 off 52 balls] and Sudesh Wickramasekara [104* off just 36 balls], who also became the joint-fastest century-maker in T20I cricket alongside Rohit Sharma [35 balls] and David Miller [35 balls], posted the joint-highest total in T20 cricket history- 3-278.
In reply, Turkish batsmen like a pack of cards to not only suffer the ignominy of registering the lowest-ever total in T20 history but also of going down by a record margin of 257 runs- a record that looks likely to stand the test of time.