The T20I format requires the players to play aggressively as it is a 20-over game. The player should know to hit sixes and find boundaries to set up a fighting total against the opposition. The shortest format has revolutionized the way of playing cricket.
In Test cricket, a player should have perfect skills and resilience to play the whole day without getting tired. On the other hand, the T20 format demands the player to score runs at almost every ball to get at the top. This format is played by power hitters and explosive batsmen.
But there are some batsmen in this format who are recognized as the aggressive players but haven’t registered a single half-century in the T20 format yet. So, here we look at three batsmen who haven’t scored a T20I half-century.
Three Explosive Batsmen Who Haven’t Scored A 50 In T20Is
3. Ben Stokes
England allrounder Ben Stokes has been counted among the most potential cricketers. With his masterstroke, he has played many pivotal roles for England both with the bat and ball.
He was the star performer for his team in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 as England lifted the first World Cup. He also played a major role in the Ashes 2019 and helped England to level the series. But he has still not given his best in the T20I.
In 26 T20Is, he has scored 305 runs at an average of 17.94 and with the strike rate of 134.36. His best score in this format is 47 not out. The fans still wait for his top knock in the shortest format.