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Even before the most entertaining team won the tournament in an absorbing final, the World Twenty20 had the ingredients of a successful competition. There were several close matches, two ties, the batsmen didn't overly dominate, and the crowds were satisfactory.
The format rendered some of the marquee matches in the first round meaningless, rain was a spoilsport and the pre-seedings meant that all the teams that topped the group ended up facing each other in the Super Eights.
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