During their T20I series in 2012, Yuvraj Singh played a blinder of an innings hitting 72 off just 36 balls to help India post 192 on board and draw the series. (All Pics/ Getty Images)
During the two-match T20I series Mohammad Hafeez scored half-centuries in both matches. He scored 61 in the first match and 55 in the second.
Joginder Sharma's last-over heroics where he scalped Misbah-ul-Haq who was on 43 will stand the test of time. This was the one that helped India lift the first World T20 title.
Although India needed 128 to win in the match that Balaji scalped 3 wickets. It was Kohli's match-winning unbeaten 78 runs which stole the show
Gautam Gambhir set up the 2007 final win with his well-timed 75 runs off 54 balls. This innings will be forever remembered as it helped India clinch the first ever WT20 title.
Mohammad Asif produced a stunning spell, taking 4/18 during the WT20 Group match in Durban 2007. The match ended in a draw and India went on to win via bowl out.
Laxmipathy Balaji's 3/22 played quite a vital role in India's win in the WT20 edition in 2012. But Umar Gul (R) was a constant threat whenever the two rivals met
In the same match that saw Mohammad Asif scalp 4 wickets, Robin Uthappa scored a brilliant 50 runs off 39 balls