These 5 batsmen are scared in T20 World Cup, bowlers do not want to bowl in front of them, 1 Indian in the list
ICC T20 World Cup 2021: The T20 World Cup is now towards its final stage. After a few matches, the new T20 World Cup winner of this tournament will be found.
In this tournament, teams from England, Australia, New Zealand and Pakistan have made it to the last four to play the semi-finals.
The current batsmen of the T20 World Cup have created a ruckus with their bat. Today we will tell you about the batsmen who have been at the forefront of scoring runs in the group round of T20 World Cup (ICC T20 WC).
In the case of scoring the most runs in the T20 World Cup, the number of Pakistan captain Babar Azam comes at number one.
Babar Azam has scored 246 runs in five matches at an impressive average of 66. Babar has scored a total of four half-centuries in the match played so far and 70 is his highest score.
The name of England’s star wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler comes at number two. Jos Buttler has scored 240 runs in five matches.
His highest score in the current T20 World Cup is 101 not out.
Butler has so far scored a century and a half-century with his bat.
In the case of scoring the most runs, the name of Sri Lanka’s Charita Aslanka comes at number three.
He has scored 231 runs in 6 matches at an average of 46.20. Aslanka had scored two half-centuries in the group round matches.
However, the Sri Lankan team could not reach the semi-finals.
The fourth number is of David Viza of Namibia. David Wije has scored 227 runs in eight matches at an average of 45.40. During this, David has also scored a half-century.
In terms of scoring more runs, the fifth number comes from Sri Lanka’s Pathum Nishanka. Nishanka scored 221 runs in 8 matches at an average of 27.62. During this he scored 3 half-centuries.
K L Rahul
In such a situation, Indian batsman at number six K. Ali. Come on Rahul Rahul has scored 194 runs in 5 matches. During this K. Ali. Rahul averaged 48.50 and also scored 3 half-centuries. However, the Indian team could not reach the semi-finals.