The T20I format has brought a revolution in the game of cricket as the batsman tries to hit boundaries right from the first bowl of the innings. As it is a 20 over game, the team tries to score as many as boundaries to set up a fighting total. The explosive batsman, usually, plays a prominent role to speed up the innings.
The spectators present in the field also enjoys watching the T20I game because they witness more boundaries and sixes in this format. Here, in this article, we have discussed the five explosive batsmen who have registered more sixes than fours in the shortest format.
5. Asif Ali:
Asif Ali hogged the limelight of Pakistan team management after showing his power-hitting in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) for Islamabad United. He made the T20I debut in 2018 against West Indies but has failed to play a big knock in the shortest format. However, he has already played several vital cameos in the shortest format to get the Green Army over the line.
Pakistan lacked a power-hitter in the death overs, but he came as the solution in the team. So far, the 28-year old has played 25 T20Is and scored 331 runs, smacking nineteen sixes and 15 fours.