Sri Lanka won the championship winning against Pakistan in the final.
The third and fourth places were taken by India and Afghanistan respectively.
Bangladesh and Hong Kong made up the final 6.
All the figures given below are for the matches starting from August 27, which include the 6 teams mentioned above but not the preliminary round in which Singapore, Kuwait and the UAE participated.
Batting: 100 or more runs:
M Rizwan has the most runs (281) closely followed by Kohli with 276.
Kohli was the only one to score a century in this tournament (which was his first in T20Is). He and Rizwan were the only ones to make three 50+ scores. The Sri Lankan pair of Nissanka and K Mendis made two 50+ scores each.
Highest individual scores (50 or more):
Kohli’s 122* is far ahead of the next scores of 84 and 78*
Most wickets (6 or more):
B Kumar leads with 11 wickets, followed by PWH de Silva (Hasaranga). Kumar was the only one with a 5 -for. He and two others also scored 4-fors, as we see below.
Best innings bowling (including all 3wi or better):
PM Liyanagamage is often listed as P Madushan in scorecards.
Most dismissals (3 or more):
Iftikhar and Nissanka lead with 5 dismissals as fielders. A number of keepers have made 3 dismissals.
Most innings dismissals (2 or more):
Karthik has made 3 dismissals as a keeper, while Nawaz and Nissanka took 3 catches as fielders. No stumping is recorded here.
All-round match performance (Minimum 20 runs and 2 wickets):
In three roughly equal efforts, Hasaranga’s 36 and 3-27 in the final would be the best.
In this tournament, Sri Lanka did outshine the more favoured India and Pakistan.