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Pak-India match breaks all records

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Pak-India match breaks all records

The coverage of the traditional rival Pak-India match broke all records in the history of T20 International.

According to the International Cricket Council, the world governing body for cricket, the T20 World Cup was watched by a record number of spectators on television, with 10,000 hours of live coverage of the World Cup and coverage by 200 countries.

The 15.9 billion minute coverage of the Pak-India match broke all records in the history of the high voltage match Net20 International. The previous record was the 2016 semi-final match between India and the West Indies.

Despite India not reaching the semi-finals, the viewership did not make much difference. The Pak-India match was watched by 60% more spectators in UK than the last match.

Two broadcasters, including A Sports, showed the Net20 World Cup matches, Facebook received 20.3 billion hits for the Perry 20 World Cup, while ICC social media was followed by 618 million people.

ICC CEO Jeff Allardyce said that he is happy to see an increase in the number of spectators watching the T20 World Cup.

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The coverage of the traditional rival Pak-India match broke all records in the history of T20 International.

According to the International Cricket Council, the world governing body for cricket, the T20 World Cup was watched by a record number of spectators on television, with 10,000 hours of live coverage of the World Cup and coverage by 200 countries.

The 15.9 billion minute coverage of the Pak-India match broke all records in the history of the high voltage match Net20 International. The previous record was the 2016 semi-final match between India and the West Indies.

Despite India not reaching the semi-finals, the viewership did not make much difference. The Pak-India match was watched by 60% more spectators in UK than the last match.

Two broadcasters, including A Sports, showed the Net20 World Cup matches, Facebook received 20.3 billion hits for the Perry 20 World Cup, while ICC social media was followed by 618 million people.

ICC CEO Jeff Allardyce said that he is happy to see an increase in the number of spectators watching the T20 World Cup.

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