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postpe Greatest Moments: The Finalists

Greatest moments

The finalists of the postpe Greatest Moments have been revealed. Only 2 moments remain as we inch closer to crowning the greatest moment in ICC Men’s T20 World Cup history.

There are countless iconic moments from the six Men’s T20 World Cups so far but with your help we’ve managed to narrow it down to the final two. Now it’s up to you to decide which moment will sit on the throne.

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THE FINAL

Carlos Brathwaite's 'Remember the name' moment 2016 vs Kohli's masterful chase against Australia (2016)

Remember the name

On 3 April 2016, Carlos Brathwaite etched his name into West Indies and T20 World Cup history forever. A relative newcomer to international cricket playing just his eighth T20I, Brathwaite was the man charged with facing Ben Stokes in the last over of an epic final between England and the West Indies.

Having only batted three times in a T20I before with a top score of 13, Brathwaite needed 19 runs to take West Indies home. He could have attempted to find a single to put the in-form Marlon Samuels on strike. Instead, he hit Stokes for four consecutive sixes, spurring those eternal words from Ian Bishop – ‘Carlos Brathwaite, remember the name.’

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Postpe Greatest Moments: Carlos Brathwaite 'remember the name'
In 2016, Carlos Brathwaite hit England's Ben Stokes for four consecutive sixes to help the West Indies lift the ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

Kohli’s masterful chase vs Australia

It was a masterclass in executing a chase from Virat Kohli. India needed 161 against Australia in the 2016 T20 World Cup group encounter. The hosts lost their openers, but Virat Kohli got off to a flier with a flick of the wrist.

With style and grace, Kohli calculated the chase to perfection. In the 19th over, Kohli blazed four boundaries off Nathan Coulter-Nile's bowling to seal India's spot in the semi-finals. Kohli's expressive celebration was telling of what the feat meant to him.

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Postpe Greatest Moments: Virat Kohli, the master of the chase

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