#That6 Innings Highlights from the best games
A stunner by Root, Shahzad's brilliance, India's heart-stopping win and more in a collection of greatest ICC World T20 2016 moments
29 March 2016 18:14
Mitchell McClenaghan picked up 3 for 17, including two crucial wickets in the penultimate over of Australia's chase, as New Zealand won a thrilling match by eight runs while defending 142.
At 90 for 5 chasing 155, Oman was staring at defeat but Amir Ali stunned Ireland with a whirlwind 17-ball 32 to give his side a thrilling two-wicket win in its first match at an ICC world event.
No. 2 Mitchell McClenaghan keeps his calm in a tense finish against Australia (March 18)
No. 3 Joe Root's stunning half-century against South Africa (March 18)
Joe Root stunned South Africa with an astonishing 44-ball 83 that helped England chase down a mammoth target of 230, the biggest chase ever in World Twenty20 history.
No. 4 Hardik Pandya holds his nerve in India's heart-stopping win over Bangladesh (March 23)
Defending 11 in the final over, Hardik Pandya conceded two boundaries in the first three balls but struck twice in the next two to seal a crucial and thrilling win for India.
No. 5 Jos Buttler smashes half-century against Sri Lanka to lead England to semifinal (March 26)
Jos Buttler blasted an unbeaten 66 off just 37 balls with eight fours and two sixes to set up a 10-run win over Sri Lanka that sealed a semifinal spot for England.
No. 6 Mohammad Shahzad's brilliance in Afghanistan's historic win over West Indies (March 27)
Mohammad Shahzad followed up his crucial 22-ball 24 with a sharp and clever bit of work on the field to dismiss the dangerous Andre Russell in Afghanistan's historic win over West Indies.
No. 7 Jason Roy steers England to World T20 final (March 30)
Jason Roy smashed a 44-ball 78 as England chased down 154 against New Zealand in the first semifinal, to reach its second ICC World Twenty20 final.