Top 5 Batsmen with most runs in T20 International cricket

Most runs in T20 International cricket: In Test Cricket, Batsmen first defend and then score runs. In ODI cricket, Batsmen look to attack, but there is a danger of being bowled by opponents before playing full quota of 50 overs. But in T20I Cricket, Batsmen always trying to hit every ball they face. Selectors keep those players away from this format who cannot play innovative shots. In this format, it is very to difficult to play big innings. But, some players played good cricket and scored runs in this format. Here are the Top 5 Batsman with most runs in T20 International cricket. Check out:

Top 5 Batsmen with most runs in T20 International cricket

 Mohammad Hafeez – 1512 runs


Mohammad Hafeez, who scored 1512 runs in 68 innings. He is one of the best batsman in T20I for Pakistan at present. His average in T20I cricket is just 23.26 with a strike-rate of 115.06. He smashed 37 sixes and 162 fours in T20I format. He placed in this list in 5th spot.

JP Duminy – 1528 runs


South Africa’s JP Duminy is one of the best all-rounder in the world right now. He made his T20I debut on 2007. He played just 58 innings, but scored 1528 runs at a good average of 38.20. He maintained his strike-rate of 122.53 in T20I cricket. His highest score in this format is 96* with 8 fifties and 6 ducks.

TM Dilshan – 1618 runs


Dilshan, the man who played with many legends. In 67 innings, he scored 1618 runs with a best knock of 104*. He has a good strike-rate of 120.65 at an average of 28.38 including 11 fifties and one hundred. He got out on duck in 9 innings. Dilshan smashed 27 sixes and 191 fours in his T20I career.

Martin Guptill – 1659 runs


New Zealand player Martin Guptill made his debut on 2009, but he is in No.2 spot in this list. He fulfilled the place of Brendon McCullum with his destruction batting technique. He scored 1659 runs in just 55 innings including a ton and 9 fifties at an average of 35.29 with a strike-rate of 129.81. His best score in T20I is 101*.

Brendon McCullum – 2140 runs


The New Zealand’s destructive opener Brendon McCullum will retire from T20 International cricket in February 2016. Sadness is he will not feather in T20 World Cup. McCullum made his T20I debut on 2005 and leading the table with 2140 runs in just 70 Innings with a best knock of 123. He maintained his average of 35.66 and a strike-rate of 136.21 including 13 fifties and 2 hundreds. Brendon McCullum is top in this list. He is the owner of sixes in T20I cricket in which he smashed 91 sixes.