24 is the number of extras conceded by Indian bowlers in the league match against South Africa in 2007 World T20, the second highest extras given by a team in this tournament.
India had put up a competitive score of 153/5 in 20 overs against South Africa in 2007 World T20 league match. Defending a low score, Indian bowlers rose to the occasion, taking South Africa’s top five wickets for just 31 runs. South Africa was eventually bowled out for 116 to losethe match by 37 runs.
Indian bowlers and fielders earned the dubious reputation of conceding the second highest extras (24) in an innings in a World T20 match. Indian bowlers conceded 15 wides and 9 leg-byes. S Sreesanth conceded six wides off his bowling. The extras – 24 – was the second highest scorer in South Africa’s innings.
The highest extras conceded by a team is 28 by West Indies against South Africa in 2007 World T20.