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Oldest T20 World Cup Players

Oldest T20 World Cup Players

The T20 world cup is a game for young, fast players who quickly run on the field to catch the balls. As the years passed, it became a game where even players above 40+ played in the younger format.

Most players proved that age is only a number that does not affect the game. In this article, we told about the oldest t20 world cup players whose ages are 40+, but they played in the world cup.

List of Oldest T20 World Cup Players

Ryan Cambell

Ryan Campbell started his debut in ODI Cricket in 2002 against New Zealand. He played 2 ODI matches for Australia but did not perform well. So Campbell was not getting more chances to play for Australia.

Hence, he decided to join the Hong Kong team for his cricket career. He represents the Hong Kong team in the 2016 world cup in India. Cambell played his last game against Scotland in 2016 at Nagpur; when he played his last match, his age was 44 years. So he adds his name to the oldest t20 world cup player record.

Brad Hogg

In the 2014 world cup, Brad Hogg played for the Bangladesh team. Hogg got seven wickets in T20IS and played 15 matches. Hogg played against Pakistan in the 2014 world cup. He aged 43 years when he played in the world cup in 2014. Hogg is the 2nd oldest player in the t20 world cup. He got 156 wickets in 123 ODI matches.

Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle is the 3rd oldest player on our list. He played the last world cup in 2021 in UAE. Gayle was 42 years old when he played in his first UAE world cup. Gayle also holds the record of making the 1st century in world cup history. In the world cup, he holds almost every batting record.

Ryan CambellHong Kong447-2-1972
Brad HoggAustralia436-2-1971
Chris GayleWest Indies4221-9-1979
Najeeb AmarHong Kong4225-9-1971
Mohammad HafeezPakistan4117-10-80
Shoaib MalikPakistan391-2-1982
T. DilshanSri Lanka3914-10-76
Michael HusseyAustralia3727-5-75
Rangana HerathSri Lanka3719-3-78
Kevin O’BrienIreland374-3-84
Dwayne bravoWest Indies3717-10-83
Ravi RampaulWest Indies3715-10-84
Ricky PontingAustralia3619-12-74


Aqeel Ahmad
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