In order to warm the blood of cricket fans in the cold weather of Australia, the T20 World Cup festival is going to be held from October 23 and the cricket fans are eagerly waiting to see Rizwan’s sixes, Babar’s fours and Kohli’s heart-warming performances.
10 most dangerous batsmen of T20
Let us tell you who are the top ten batsmen in the world in the T20 World Cup and who have set which records so far.
10 – Quinton de Kock
South Africa’s stylish batsman Quinton de Kock is at number 10 with 611 points due to his brilliant batting. If we talk about T20 only, then Quinton de Kock has scored 2032 runs at an average of 32 in 71 innings of 71 international T20 matches. His highest score is 79 not out, while de Kock, who has scored 13 half-centuries, has also hit 206 fours and 73 sixes.
9 – Muhammad Waseem
Mohammad Wasim is an interesting addition to the T20 top rankings. Muhammad Wasim of the United Arab Emirates has made a place in this list of famous batsmen of the world due to his excellent batting and has scored 650 runs at an average of 40 with the help of 2 centuries and 4 half-centuries in 17 matches, while in his short career. I have also hit 49 fours and 44 sixes.
8 – Pathum Nissanka,
A year ago, Patham Nissanka Silva, who became part of the Sri Lankan national team in 2021, quickly emerged on the horizon of cricket and crossed the 50 score 7 times in 27 innings of 28 matches. He has hit 71 fours and 15 high sixes to score 765 runs at an average of 29.
7 – Aaron Finch
Australia’s famous batsman Aaron Finch is also among the top batsmen of T20. The Australian captain has scored 2937 runs in 95 innings of 95 matches with a strike rate of 143 and an average of 34. Has scored 18 fifties in addition to 2 centuries, his highest score being 172. Finch has also hit 117 sixes and 294 fours in his T20 International career.
6 – Dawid Malan
The star batsman of the English team, David Mullen, comes to the wicket and starts to roar and this quality of his makes him the sixth best batsman in T20. David Millan has scored 1560 runs at an average of 40 by playing 46 innings of 47 matches and a century, 13 half-centuries, 162 fours and 54 sixes are proof of David Millan’s beautiful batting.
5 – Devon Conway
Kiwi batsman Devon Conway is the fifth top batsman due to his short but brilliant T20 career and has scored 912 runs at an average of 57 in 23 innings of 25 matches. Unfortunately, Devon Conway, who scored 99 not out, has not yet achieved his dream of a century, but he has made 6 fifties with the help of 86 fours and 27 sixes.
4 – Aiden Markram
South Africa’s Aiden Markram is also considered as an executioner batsman who, as soon as he comes to the wicket, thrashes the bowlers with the ball. Markram has scored 780 runs at an average of 41 in 23 innings of his 26 matches. His highest score is 70 with 60 fours and 38 sixes and 8 fifties.
3 – Babar Azam
The slow-tempered Babar Azam has shown his skills in T20, Tests, and ODIs, he also holds the world number and is currently in the third position. In 84 innings of 85 matches, Babar Azam has scored 3102 runs at an average of 43 and a strike rate of 122. 2 brilliant centuries and 57 half-centuries speak volumes for his abilities while 325 fours and 48 sixes make him a dangerous T20 batsman.
2 – Suryakumar Yadav
There is only one Indian batsman Surya Kumar Yadav in the top 10 T20 batsmen. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are not included in the top team, but Surya Kumar Yadav has played only 32 T20 International matches and has come second in his short career with 1045 runs in 30 innings at a strike rate of 177 at an average of 41. Surya’s highest score is 117 with a one-time century and half-centuries with 93 fours and 63 sixes.
1 – Muhammad Rizwan
The top batsman of T20 is Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan, who was known in the beginning that he could not hit sixes and the same Mohammad Rizwan has hit 65 sixes and 204 fours. Rizwan, who made a century once, has the highest score of 104, while he has scored 2326 runs at an average of 52 with a strike rate of 129 in 59 innings of 66 matches with 21 half-centuries.