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T20 Titans: Unmasking the Biggest Run-Scorers!

• 22 Feb, 24 • by Gaurav Sauran
T20 Titans: Unmasking the Biggest Run-Scorers!

Get ready for a six-hitting frenzy as we unveil the top 13 batsmen who rule the explosive world of T20 cricket! These superstars have piled on mountains of runs, leaving bowlers trembling. Let’s dive into their incredible stats, highlighting their six-hitting power, stroke-making magic, and the leagues where they’ve dominated:

Chris Gayle (West Indies): The undisputed king of T20, Gayle sits on a massive throne of 14,562 runs! From his own “Universe Boss” franchise to various leagues worldwide, Gayle has entertained fans everywhere. And guess what? He has played 455 innings, with an average of 36.22 and a strike rate of 144.75. In his career so far, he has smashed 22 centuries, 88 fifties, 1132 boundaries, and 1056 sixes with his highest score being 175* in T20s.

In T20Is, Gayle has smashed 1899 runs in 75 innings, with an average of 27.92, and a strike rate of 137.50, with 2 centuries, 14 fifties, 158 boundaries, and 124 sixes.

Shoaib Malik (Pakistan): The batter from Pakistan has amassed 13,188 runs in his career. He’s played for teams all over the world, adapting his game like a true champion. In 495 innings that he played, he scored 13188 runs with an average of 36.53, and a strike rate of 127.81. He has smashed 83 half-centuries, 1028 boundaries, and 418 sixes in T20s.

In T20Is, Malik has smashed 2435 runs in 111 innings with an average of 31.21 and a strike rate of 125.64, including 9 fifties, 196 fours, and 69 sixes.

Kieron Pollard (West Indies): The West Indies player has bagged 12738 runs with an average of 31.45 and 58 half-centuries in 580 innings. His stats also include 804 fours and 850 sixes with a strike rate of 150.99 in T20s. He’s a T20 specialist, starring for the Mumbai Indians in the IPL and winning them a record five titles.

In T20Is, he has smashed 1569 runs in 83 innings, with an average of 25.30, a strike rate of 135.14, fifties, 94 fours and 99 sixes.

Alex Hales (England): Alex Hales’ central role in England’s T20 World Cup win in 2022 ensured he would be remembered for what he achieved. One of the destructive players who outshined against fast bowling, he’s a domestic league dominator, scoring 12,209 runs with an average of 29.99 and a strike rate of 146.53. He has smashed 6 centuries, 78 fifties, 1350 fours and 489 sixes.

In T20Is, he has smashed 2074 runs in 75 innings, with an average of 30.95 and a strike rate of 138.35, including 1 century, 12 fifties, 225 fours, and 70 sixes.

David Warner (Australia): David Warner’s extraordinary batting feats in all three formats for Australia is not something to be overlooked from. Scoring 12065 runs in 369 innings with an average of 37.12 and a strike rate of 140.17. He’s a key player for the Sunrisers Hyderabad, even winning the IPL Orange Cap twice for scoring the most runs. He has bagged 8 centuries, 101 fifties, 1215 boundaries and 434 sixes.

In T20Is, he has amassed 3099 runs from 103 innings, with an average of 33.68 and a strike rate of 142.67 including 1 century, 26 fifties, 320 fours and 113 sixes.

Virat Kohli (India): The modern-day great, arguably the best cricket of this era, Kohli has conquered T20 with 11,994 runs in 359 innings with an average of 41.21 and a strike rate of 133.42. So far he has smashed 8 centuries, 91 fifties, and 371 sixes. He leads the Royal Challengers Bangalore, guiding them to three IPL finals. He has one international century and many domestic tons to his name, but his 95 fifties truly showcase his remarkable consistency, anchoring innings like a boss. He’s the sole player in the IPL who has scored 4 centuries and 900+ runs in one season, which is IPL 2016.

In T20Is, he has accumulated 4037 runs in 109 innings with an average of 51.75 and a strike rate of 138.15 with 1 century, 37 fifties, 361 boundaries, and 117 sixes.

Aaron Finch (Australia): An aggressive batter from a country town in Victoria, Aaron Finch, their T20I captain, led his country to their first T20 World Cup triumph in 2021. Finch has twice held the record for the highest score in a T20I. First 156 against England in 2013 and then 172 against Zimbabwe in 2018. Finch brings both grace and muscle with 11,458 runs in 380 innings with an average of 33.60 and a strike rate of 138.16. He led the Melbourne Renegades to a BBL title and stars for the Melbourne Stars. He has 12 centuries across various leagues, proving he can adapt to any format. So far, Finch has amassed 8 centuries, 77 fifties, 1095 fours and 452 sixes.

In T20Is, Finch has 3120 runs in 103 innings with an average of 34.28 and a strike rate of 142.53 with 2 centuries, 19 fifties, 309 fours, and 125 sixes.

Rohit Sharma (India): Indian star, Rohit, often called ‘Hitman’ has so far scored 11,156 runs in 413 innings with an average of 30.73 and a strike rate of 133.82. As captain of the Mumbai Indians, he’s led them to a record five IPL titles, making him a true champion. Sharma has 7 centuries, 74 half-centuries, 1000 fours, and 487 sixes.

In T20Is, the Hitman has smashed 3974 runs in 143 innings with an average of 31.79 and a strike rate of 139.97 with 5 centuries, 29 fifties, 359 fours, and 190 sixes.

Jos Buttler (England): The wicket-keeper batsman from England is arguably their first global T20 superstar. In 2022, he hit 863 runs in the IPL – the second-most in a single season – including four centuries to take Rajasthan Royals to the final. Later in the year, after taking over from Eoin Morgan as England’s white-ball captain, he led them to their second men’s T20 World Cup title as they achieved their long-stated ambition to hold both World Cups simultaneously.

So far, he has 11,146 runs in 380 innings with an average of 34.61 and a strike rate of 144.69 with 6 centuries, 80 half-centuries, 999 fours and 474 sixes.

In T20Is, the Wicketkeeper Batter has amassed 2927 runs in 105 innings with an average of 34.84 and a strike rate of 144.61 including 1 century, 22 half-centuries, 263 boundaries and  123 sixes.

Colin Munro (New Zealand): The opening batsman from New Zealand Munro entertain the audience with massive sixes and aggressive batting, scoring 10,648 runs in 401 innings with an average of 30.25 and a strike rate of 141.05. He’s played for many leagues and teams, showcasing his talent around the world. While he has five centuries highlighting his big-hitting, his aggressive strokeplay keeps bowlers on their toes with 64 half-centuries, 886 boundaries, and 536 sixes.

In T20Is, left-hander batsman has scored 1724 runs in 62 innings with an average of 31.34 and a strike rate of 156.44 including three centuries, 11 half-centuries, 132 fours, and 107 sixes.

James Vince (England): With 10,280 runs in 372 innings with an average of 31.82 and a strike rate of 135.12, Vince has thrived in domestic leagues, especially the BBL. He also represents the Hampshire Hawks and the Southern Brave. Don’t just imagine him as a six-hitter – he has 5 centuries to his name, with 65 half-centuries, 1134 boundaries, and 268 sixes, proving his ability to contribute significantly with the bat.

In T20Is, the Right-handed Batsman has played 17 innings where he smashed 463 runs with an average of 27.23 and a strike rate of 128.25 which includes his 2 half-centuries, 47 boundaries, and 14 sixes.

David Miller (South Africa): A hard-hitting left-hander with a habit of clearing the boundary, Miller stands in the 12th position on the list. His first fifty in the T20I format came in March 2016. Miller adds 10,019 runs in 423 innings with an average of 35.27 and a strike rate of 138.21 with 4 centuries, 45 half-centuries, 707 fours, and 444 sixes to the list. He’s a big hitter who excels in various leagues. At the IPL, Miller was one of the mainstays of Kings XI Punjab for eight years, scoring over 350 runs in each season between 2013 and 2015 and captaining them in 2016. In 2022, he had his best IPL season, scoring 481 runs and striking at 142.72 in Gujarat Titans’ title-winning campaign.

In T20Is, the Left-handed Batter has amassed 2268 runs in 101 innings with an average of 33.85 and a strike rate of 144.55 including 2 centuries, 6 half-centuries, 150 boundaries, and 109 sixes.

Babar Azam (Pakistan): Babar Azam became the 13th player to score 10000 T20 runs and the fastest to do so in just 271 innings, playing for Peshawar Zalmi against Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League on Wednesday, 21st February. The former Pakistan captain scored 68 runs off 42 balls in the first match for Peshawar Zalmi against Quetta Gladiator. Now he has a total of 10066 runs in 271 Innings with an average of 43.95 and a strike rate of 128.90, registering 10 centuries, 84 half-centuries, 1056 fours, and 186 sixes in T20s.

In his T20Is career, he has scored 3698 runs in 103 innings with an average of 41.55 and a strike rate of 129.12 including 3 centuries, 33 half-centuries, 395 fours, and 59 sixes.

Remember, these are just some of the amazing T20 cricketers who have entertained us with their batting brilliance. So, the next time you watch a T20 match, keep an eye out for these players and many more who are creating new records and thrilling fans with their batting exploits!

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