Most Runs in T20 World Cups

T20 World Cup organized by international cricket council. The 2014 event will be a host to 16 nations. Also Read All Time Top Scorers in ODI’s Worldcups. The inaugural event, was held in south africa 2007. since then 4 events has been organized. India, Pakistan, England and West Indies are the winners of the event Respectively.
here we going to make the list of top 10  batsmen who scored Most Runs in T20 World Cups.

Ten Batsmen Who have Most Runs in T20 World Cups

Ten Batsmen Who have Most Runs in T20 World Cups

10. Kamran Akmal – 524

Ten Batsmen Who have Most Runs in T20 World Cups9th batsmen who have most runs in T20 WCs: Pakistan’s sloppy wicket-keeper but wasn’t bad in batting, especially when comes as an opener. Kamran represented Pakistan in 30 T20 world-cup matches, which he scored 524 runs at average of just over 22. Kamran scored his runs at the strike rate of 120.20, including 3 half centuries in these runs.

10. Gautam Gambhir – 524

Ten Batsmen Who have Most Runs in T20 World Cups7th in world-cups top scorers, an aggressive left-handed India opener who is currently out from the Indian side. Gambhir played 21 matches in world cups, and scored 524 runs. his 26 runs per over average contain 118 strike rate. 4 half centuries were scored from gambhir in these 524 runs.

10. Yuvraj Singh- 530

Ten Batsmen Who have Most Runs in T20 World CupsOne of the Most Dangerous Hard Hitting Batsmen in Current cricket. the hitter of famous 6 sixes. he is the 10th highest runs scorer in T20 world-cups. Yuvraj has played 26 matches in all T20 world-cups, which he scored 530 runs at an average of 27.56. has 144 strike rate include 3 half centuries in those competitions.

8. Rohit Sharma – 556

rohit sharma imageIndian opener Rohit Sharma, who has played 22 matches in in different twenty20 world cup Editions. his total number of runs in these matches are 556, with very healthy average of 50.00. he has also very good strike rate (132). Rohit’s high score is 79* in world cup matches.

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