Recently, the second T20I against West Indies was held at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Cricket Stadium, Lucknow.
In the current ongoing T20I series against Windies, Virat Kohli has been rested and Rohit Sharma is leading the team in the T20I series. Rohit surpassed the record of the best batsman in the world Virat Kohli in terms of the number of runs scored in T20Is.
Hitman Rohit Sharma became India’s leading run-getter in T20 Internationals by scoring the total of 2,203 runs in his T20I career and holds second place in the list after New Zealand Cricketer Martin Guptill who scored 2,271 runs in his T20I career.
Following the opener Rohit Sharma, the third slot is occupied by Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Malik who scored 2190 runs in his T20I career and the cricketer from New Zealand Brendon McCullum who scored 2140 runs in T20Is.
The second Indian batsman who holds the place in the most run-getters in T20I is Captain Virat Kohli who scored 2102 runs.
Further, the list includes cricketer from Afghanistan Mohammad Shahzad with 1936 runs, Pakistani Cricketer Mohammad Hafeez with 1908 runs, Sri Lanka’s Cricketer Tillakaratne Dilshan with 1889 runs, South African Cricketer JP Duminy with 1858 runs and Australian Cricketer David Warner with 1792 runs.
For upcoming India’s tour to Australia, the ban on David Warner and Steve Smith due to ball-tampering could be lifted. The CA has come under pressure from the Australian Cricketer Association (ACA) to end the bans on the Aussie trio for the India vs Australia series.
The arrival of David Warner, Bancroft, and Steve Smith will strengthen Australia’s Test squad. The tour will start from 21 November 2018 and will include 3 Twenty20 Internationals, 4 Test matches, and 3 One Day Internationals.
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