- Top 3 batsmen in the world to score the most runs against any single team in T20 cricket history
𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 –T20 cricket is the newest format of international cricket in history though its popularity is all the more. The Indian Premier League has revolutionized cricket in the Indian team since 2020.
Whereas now almost all cricket playing countries around the world organize their own T20 league. To promote this smaller format at the international level, the ICC organizes the T20 World Cup every 4 years.
But today in this article, we will tell about the top 3 batsmen in the world who have scored the most runs against any one team in T20 cricket history.
The first number in this list is the name of the current captain of the Indian cricket team and the legendary player Virat Kohli called the run machine.
This player of the Indian team is also the highest run-scorer in T20 International cricket.
India captain Virat Kohli has scored a total of 718 runs in 18 innings of 19 matches played against Australia with an excellent average of 59 and a strike rate of over 146.
During this time, he has also done a total of 7 half-centuries against the Australian cricket team, including an unbeaten 90 runs.
In this list, the name of current Australian captain and opener batsman Aaron Finch comes in second place. Aaron Finch is the only player to score more than 150 runs in T20 cricket history.
When did Australia opener in this 12 T20 match against England have scored a total of 550 runs with a strong average of 61.11 and an excellent strike rate of 174.60?
Aaron Finch has scored 156 runs against England. Along with this, he has scored 1 century and 3 half-centuries against England.
In this list, at number three, the name of Ireland cricket team opener Paul Sterling comes.
The right-handed batsman has scored a total of 543 runs in his 17 matches played against Afghanistan at an average of 31.94 and with an excellent strike rate of 144.80.
At the same time, this Ireland batsman has also done the work of scoring 3 half-centuries against Afghanistan.