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Sourav Ganguly. Photo Credit: Twitter.

T20 Cricket Is Important: Sourav Ganguly

Cricketer pundits have agreed to the fact that after the introduction of 20-over format, the approach towards the Test cricket has changed. Firstly, the most extended format now doesn’t attract a large audience after the inauguration of entertaining T20 cricket. Secondly, earlier, the batsman used to play Test cricket with more patience but now, T20 cricket has produced explosive batsmen who try to hit the ball from the very first ball, which has brought a revolution in the oldest format of the game. However, Sourav Ganguly has backed the evolution in cricket after the inception of the shortest format.

On Sunday, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly lent his support for T20 cricket, saying he would have reinvented his game to meet the demands of the shortest format if he was playing in this era.

Chris Gayle, RCB, Pune Warriors, Yuvraj Singh
Chris Gayle. Credits: IPL/BCCI.

“T20 is very important. I would have changed my game. It’s the licence to keep swinging and keep hitting…,” Ganguly said while replying to a question on BCCI Twitter handle.

“I would have loved to play T20, although I did play for the first five years of the IPL. I think I would have enjoyed T20,” he said.

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni. Image Credits: BCCI/IPL.

T20 cricket: Sourav Ganguly played 59 IPL matches

Sourav Ganguly, who played 113 Tests and 311 ODIs, retired from the game when T20 cricket was flourishing. However, he featured in the most popular T20 league, IPL, as Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) captain and Pune Warriors’ India player. The prince of Kolkata played 59 IPL matches and scored 1349 runs at the strike rate of 106.80.

Meanwhile, amid the ongoing coronavirus crises, the IPL 2020 has been postponed indefinitely. The BCCI is planning to host the league later this year but nothing can be assured because of the unprecedented virus.

Photo Credit: Twitter.

Rehman Stuns With 250+ Knock In A T20 Match In Cyprus

In a recent match during the Cyprus Cricket Association BAO Financial T20 Cup 2020, a Pakistan-born player Attah Ullah, who is better known as Rehman in Cyprus cricket, stunned everyone with his 250+ knock. Meanwhile, his team Riyaan CC also set the 300+ total in that T20 match.

This match was played between Riyaan CC and Limassol Gladiators CC at Ypsonas Cricket Ground (Cyprus) on last Sunday (28th May 2020), which was the second round of that Sunday-based tournament.

Limassol Gladiators CC decided to field first after winning the toss. Opener Rehman dominated the entire first innings. While he had the 257 runs opening partnership with his partner Jeewan Lasmal, Lasmal scored only 36 runs off 32 balls before losing his wicket in 17th over.

Rehman, 250+, T20 cricket, Cyprus
Attah Ullah, also known as Rehman, was the hero of the match (Image Credit: Facebook)

Rehman scored 251 not out, Riyaan scored 311/1

While Riyaan CC managed to score 311/1 (20 overs) in the first innings, the left-handed opening batsman Rehman scored 251 not out off just 80 balls with the help of 24 fours and 22 sixes. After reaching his fifty in just 16 balls, Rehman reached the three-figure score in just 30 deliveries. Later, he completed 150 runs in 48 balls and registered 200 runs in 64 balls.

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Attah Ullah, also known as Rehman (Image Credit: European Cricket Network)

Rehman told the European Cricket Network, “It’s the best day of my life. My achievement is the result of prayers of my family and friends. It would not be possible without their support. My thanks to almighty Allah who gave me strength to reach this achievement.”

Riyaan captain Shoaib Ahmed remained not out on 11 runs off eight balls.

In reply, Limassol Gladiators only managed to score 126/6 (20 overs) in the second innings as Riyaan won that match by a giant margin of 185 runs.

In the recognised T20 cricket, we haven’t experienced any double-century yet. The highest individual score is 175 not out by Chris Gayle during the IPL 2013 (for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Pune Warriors India on 23rd April 2013).

Chris Gayle, 250+, T20 cricket, Cyprus
Chris Gayle (Image Credit: BCCI/ IPL)

However, in the non-recognised T20 cricket, we experienced some double-centuries before the latest knock-in Cyprus.

Also, no team has ever reached the 300-run total in the recognised T20 cricket. The record total in recognised T20 cricket is 278 runs (278/3 by Afghanistan against Ireland and 278/4 by the Czech Republic against Turkey).


T20 Innings: Two Batsmen From The Same Team Scored Centuries In Same Innings

T20 cricket has really grown up in a very fast way. Though this shorter format is known as a batsman’s game, we have also seen the domination of the bowlers in this format. While we have already seen many centuries in this shorter format, it is still not an easy achievement due to having a very short time.

So, it is very hard to experience the twin century in the single T20 innings. However, we have already experienced four T20 innings where two batsmen scored centuries.

Here we are talking about those four T20 innings where two batsmen from the same team scored centuries.

Gloucestershire against Middlesex at Uxbridge on 26th July 2011

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Kevin O’Brien and Hamish Marshall (Image Credit: Twitter)

It was the match during the Friends Life t20 2011 when we first time experienced two centuries in the same T20 innings. After losing the toss, the first batting side Gloucestershire’s openers Kevin O’Brien and Hamish Marshall provided a dream start with the 192 runs partnerships and both scored centuries.

While Kevin scored 119 runs off 52 balls (7 fours and 11 sixes), Marshall scored 102 runs off 54 balls (11 fours and four sixes).

After Gloucestershire scored 254/3 (20 overs) in the first innings, they restricted their opponents to just 149/8 (20 overs).


Yuvraj Singh Names Two Indian Batsmen Who Can Beat His Fastest T20 Half-Century

The former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh is jointly holding the record of the fastest half-century in T20 cricket history. Yuvraj has recently named two Indian batsmen who can break his fastest T20 half-century record.

It was the match against England in the Super Eight stage of the ICC World T20 2007, where Yuvraj not only hit six sixes in an over of Stuart Broad, also recorded the 12-ball fifty after hitting the last sixer during Broad’s disastrous over.

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Yuvraj Singh during the match against England in the ICC World T20 2007 (Image Credit: Twitter)

While it is still the lone record in the fastest T20I half-century, two more batsmen have managed to equal this record in T20 cricket. Chris Gayle (Melbourne Renegades) slammed 12-ball fifty during BBL 2016 (against Adelaide Strikers at Melbourne) and Hazratullah Zazai (Kabul Zwanan) hit 12-ball fifty during APL 2018 (against Balkh Legends at Sharjah). However, still, there is no batsman who has successfully beaten this record.

Yuvraj earlier believed that the Caribbean star Chris Gayle and former Proteas captain AB de Villiers could break his fastest T20 fifty record, While Gayle managed to equal that record, De Villiers’ fastest T20 half-century was in 19 balls.

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Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers (Image Credit: Twitter)

Yuvraj recently said on Sportscreen’s YouTube video, “Two guys I thought could break the record are Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers.”

KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya have the potential: Yuvraj Singh

According to Yuvraj Singh, the Indian batsmen KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya can break his record of fastest fifty in T20 cricket. Talking about this, Yuvraj also mentioned Rahul’s record of fastest fifty in IPL history which he managed to complete in just 14 balls (for Kings XI Punjab against Delhi Capitals at Mohali on 8th April 2018).

KL Rahul, Hardik Pandya, fastest T20 half-century, fastest fifty
KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

Yuvraj claimed, “KL can do it, he has 50 off 14 balls in the IPL but scoring a 50 in international cricket where all are quality bowlers and in IPL where you get two quality bowlers is not the same. But KL and Hardik have the potential.”

Hardik’s fastest T20 half-century was in 17-ball during the IPL 2019 when the Mumbai Indians (MI) all-rounder was playing against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at Kolkata (28th April 2019).

Gautam Gambhir, Brett Lee
Gautam Gambhir and Brett Lee (Image Credit: Twitter)

Gautam Gambhir And Brett Lee Give Their Views On Splitting Each T20 Innings Into Two Innings

T20 cricket has opened up the special path of cricket which is continuously helping to grow up many more countries for the game. While there is a talk to modify the game by splitting each T20 innings into two innings, each for 10 overs, the former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir and former Aussie pacer Brett Lee have given their views on it.

Since its official introduction in 2003, the T20 cricket has gradually grown up and it has now become a crucial part of the game which is practically inspiring many countries. As the time is changing, the demand of T20 cricket is also changing. Some believe that the T20 cricket can be better if the T20 innings gets split into two innings, 10-over of each innings.

However, Gautam Gambhir doesn’t support this idea. Talking about this, Gambhir pointed out the legendary Sachin Tendulkar‘s advice and showed the support of the similar split in the one-day format but not in the T20 cricket.

Gautam Gambhir, T20 cricket, splitting T20 innings
Gautam Gambhir (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

 Gambhir said on Star Sports show Cricket Connected, “I’m not a big believer that we should split T20 cricket into two innings. I think, Sachin Tendulkar somewhere gave a suggestion that we could try doing it with 50 overs which makes a lot of sense, because you’ve got 25 overs (each).”

Splitting that into 10 overs each will be too short an inning: Gautam Gambhir

Talking more about his favour in splitting the one-day cricket, Gambhir pointed out the impact of toss, which can likely go away due to this change. But Gambhir feels that the T20 cricket is too short for making such change.

Gautam Gambhir, T20 cricket, splitting T20 innings
Gautam Gambhir (Image Credit: Twitter)

He added, “It also probably takes the toss away as well because in some conditions the toss plays a huge role and I was absolutely in favour of that as well.

“But not in T20 cricket, it’s too short a format and there’s hardly any time. Splitting that into 10 overs each will be too short an inning.”

I think having four innings is a bit too much: Brett Lee

On the other hand, Brett Lee has also a similar view of Gambhir for T20 cricket. The 43-year-old former right-arm fast bowler also believes that the four innings are a bit too much for the T20 cricket.

Brett Lee, T20 cricket, splitting T20 innings
Brett Lee (Image Credit: Twitter)

Lee said, “I am all for T20 cricket whether it’s the Indian Premier League or the Big Bash to have some flair about it, some excitement to bring people to the game.

“But there are some things you want to keep traditional when it comes to cricket and I think having four innings is a bit too much. I still think it’s always nice to see a target, and try and chase that target down or defend it.”

Gautam Gambhir played 251 T20s from 2007 to 2018 while Brett Lee played 120 T20s from 2005 to 2015.

Brad Hogg, ICC World Cup 2019, Jason Roy
Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Brad Hogg Reveals Who Can Score T20 Double-Century

Former Australian all-rounder Brad Hogg has recently revealed who can be the first batsman to score a double-century in T20 cricket.

Since the introduction of T20 cricket, it has hugely grown up popularity globally. The shortest format of cricket has opened up the opportunities of attractive global leagues which has brought the different but more thrilling tastes to the cricket fans.

In the present time, T20 cricket has taken a special space in the cricket world. Moreover, it is the year of the ICC T20 World Cup 2020. While the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 just completed in Australia, the male cricketers are waiting for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2020 which will be again organised by Australia from 18th October to 15th November 2020.

In the men’s T20 cricket, we have experienced the highest individual score of 175* by Chris Gayle (for Royals Challengers Bangalore against Pune Warriors India at Bengaluru on 23rd April 2013).

Chris Gayle
Chris Gayle (Image Credit: Twitter)

In men’s T20I cricket, the record of the highest individual score is 172 runs by Australian cricketer Aaron Finch (against Zimbabwe at Harare on 3rd July 2018).

Meanwhile, in women’s T20I cricket, the highest individual score is 148* by the Australia Women’s cricketer Alyssa Healy (against Sri Lanka Women at Sydney on 2nd October 2019).

So, we haven’t seen the double-century in professional cricket yet. The T20 double-century is still a high dream for every cricketer. There are only a few batsmen who managed to hit a double-century in the T20 format, but those were not in recognised T20 cricket.

Brad Hogg believes that only Rohit Sharma can hit T20 double-century

Recently, Brad Hogg involved in a Q&A session on his official Twitter account where he answered some important questions of the cricket fans. One fan asked his opinion on the first possible batsman to score T20 double-century.

Brad Hogg
Brad Hogg (Image Credits: Getty Images)

Hogg believes that the Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma is only capable of hitting a T20 double-century. The former Aussie cricketer likes Rohit’s impressive batting abilities to play different shots all around the ground.

Brad Hogg, Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: Twitter)

Rohit Sharma is holding the record of the highest individual score in ODI cricket (264 against Sri Lanka at Kolkata on 13th November 2014). He is the only batsman to hit more than one double-century in ODI cricket as the right-handed batsman has hit three ODI double-centuries.

Kieron Pollard
Kieron Pollard (Image Credit: IPL)

Kieron Pollard Becomes First Cricketer To Play 500 T20 Matches

On Wednesday (4th March), during the first game of the two-match T20I series against the hosts Sri Lanka, West Indies limited-overs captain, Kieron Pollard created history. He became the first cricketer to play 500 T20s.

They were playing the opening T20I of this series at Pallekele. Leading the Caribbean side, Kieron Pollard played his 500th game in T20 career. The 32-year-old all-rounder became the first cricketer to reach this milestone.

Another Caribbean cricketer Dwayne Bravo is in the next place in the list of most T20s in career. The 36-year-old all-rounder also played in this Pallekele T20I and it was his 454th T20 match. Chris Gayle, the another West Indies cricketer, is the only other man who has played 400+ T20 matches as the aggressive opening batsman has played 404 matches in T20 career.

Top five most-capped player in T20 cricket history

Player Matches
Kieron Pollard 500
Dwayne Bravo 454
Chris Gayle 404
Shoaib Malik 382
Brendon McCullum 370

(Updated till 4th March 2020)

Kieron Pollard has played for 17 different T20 sides

Since his debut in T20 cricket in 2006, Kieron Pollard has become a busy player in this shortest format. Apart from playing international cricket for West Indies, Pollard also features in many global T20 leagues. The tall all-rounder is a very familiar face in many T20 tournaments in the world.

Kieron Pollard, 500 T20s
Kieron Pollard (Image Credit: Google)

In his T20 career, Pollard has already served for 17 different teams, including the international side West Indies. However, he has played 100+ matches only for the Indian Premier League (IPL) team Mumbai Indians (MI). The all-rounder has played 170 T20s for MI and he will again play for this team in the upcoming IPL 2020.

Kieron Pollard’s total T20 matches for every team

Team Matches played
Adelaide Strikers 18
Barbados Tridents 49
Cape Cobras 24
Dhaka Platoon 24
Dhaka Gladiators 12
Karachi Kings 10
Melbourne Renegades 4
Multan Sultans 10
Mumbai Indians 170
Peshawar Zalmi 13
Somerset 28
South Australia 10
St Lucia Stars 9
Stanford Superstars 3
Trinbago Knight Riders 12
Trinidad & Tobago 32
West Indies 72

(Updated till 4th March 2020)

Kieron Pollard is also most-capped T20I player for West Indies

Kieron Pollard, 500 T20s
Kieron Pollard (Image Credit: Google)

Also, this Pallekele T20I was Pollard’s 72nd T20I match for West Indies. With this match, Pollard became the most capped T20I player for West Indies. He surpassed Denesh Ramdin in this list who has played 71 T20Is for this team. Also, Dwayne Bravo has played 70 T20Is for West Indies after including the latest Pallekele T20I.

Top five most-capped T20I players for West Indies

Player Matches
Kieron Pollard 72
Denesh Ramdin 71
Dwayne Bravo 70
Marlon Samuels 67
Darren Sammy 66

(Updated till 4th March 2020)

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Sir Richard Hadlee.. Photo Credit: Twitter.

Would Hate To See T20 Cricket Dominate The Sport: Sir Richard Hadlee

T20 cricket is seen as an enticing thing in the modern era and it is being played between nations more often than not nowadays. Though Twenty20 cricket has managed to produce skilful players, it hasn’t produced better cricketers. This particular format may be entertaining but it originally lacks quality in the first place.

The popularity of T20 cricket has become increasingly hair-raising as it is slowly killing the sheen of longer version of the game.

Meanwhile, Sir Richard Hadlee, who was once the record holder of the highest wicket-taker in the longest form of the game, has expressed his concern about the Test cricket which has been overshadowed by the revolution of T20 cricket.

T20 cricket will not survive if Test cricket is not taken care of: Sir Richard Hadlee

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Sir Richard Hadlee. Credits: Twitter

New Zealand pace great Hadlee, who is not a big fan of T20 cricket said that the shortest format will not sustain if Test cricket is not taken care of. He added that Test cricket must be preserved such that all three formats can exist. Hadlee who took 431 wickets in 86 Tests said that it is important to look after the five-day format.

“Test cricket must be preserved. It’s the foundation on which the game is based. So we must look after the five-day game. Certainly, with the emergence of T20 cricket which is a revolution in the game, all three formats need to live together. They can co-exist but I hate to see that T20 cricket will dominate world cricket,” the 69-year-old was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.

“Probably too much T20 cricket is played around the world. But I hope that the game doesn’t try to just survive through T20 cricket because T20 cricket is not real cricket. Real cricket is Test cricket,” said Hadlee.

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Sir Richard Hadlee. Credits: Twitter

Hadlee, who has scored 3124 runs in Tests said that the shortest form of the game has produced more skilful players even though they might not be better cricketers at the highest level.

“I am not saying they are better players but they are certainly more skilful. Because of different formats that they play, they have to adapt to different situations particularly in T20 which is a high-risk game anyway with all the trick shots that they play,” he stated.

Hadlee, who during his heydays moved the ball in and out with no change in wrist position said that the current generation bowlers in T20 cricket have at least five variations while adding that he used to have two variations and that is inswinger and outswinger respectively.

“The T20 generation bowlers today have at least five variations. They bowl different deliveries like the knuckleball, back of the hand slower one. Back in my time, I only had two variations (inswinger and outswinger). That’s all I needed,” he added.

Moreover, Hadlee has no doubts in mind that too much of T20 cricket will lead to premature retirements.

“At 34 or 35, you probably end your career as a quick bowler but you can have three or four years left in T20 cricket because if you play Test cricket, you can burn out, get injured and be less effective. People will retire prematurely to pursue where the money is. That’s not a criticism at all but a sign of times and way the game has gone. I was 39 when I retired and it was Test cricket. That’s it,” Hadlee said.

The former New Zealand Cricket (NZC) Director, Richard is currently battling with cancer.

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Karnataka (Image Credit: Google)

Karnataka Create A New Indian T20 Record After Breaking The Record Of KKR

On Friday (8th November), during the opening day of the 2019/20 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Karnataka created a new record in Indian T20 cricket history. Breaking the previous record of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), the 2018/19 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy winners now become the most consecutive T20 winning team in Indian cricket history. Meanwhile, Karnataka is now in the joint second position in the overall list of most consecutive T20 victories.

On the day one of this new domestic T20 tournament season, the defending champions Karnataka beat Uttarakhand by nine wickets at Visakhapatnam.

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After winning the toss, Uttarakhand decided to bat first. Karnataka bowlers were very disciplined as they restricted their opposition to 132/6 (20 overs).

Only the captain Tanmay Srivastava (39) and the wicketkeeper-batsman Saurabh Rawat (26) reached the 20-run mark in that innings.

Among the Karnataka bowlers, Abhimanyu Mithun (2/20) and Shreyas Gopal (2/20) both took two wickets each.

In reply, the defending champions chased down the target in 15.4 overs after losing only one wicket. While the opener Ravikumar Samarth (7) departed cheaply, the second wicket had the unbroken 108 runs partnership. Another opener Rohan Kadam was not out on 67 runs (55 balls) and Devdutt Padikkal scored 53 not out off 33 balls.

Karnataka won their 15th straight T20 matches

It was Karnataka’s 15th successive T20 victory. Since 24th January 2018, Karnataka have won all the T20 matches till the date. With their latest victory, they become the most consecutive T20 winning side among the Indian teams.

Karnataka, KKR
Image Credit: Google

The Indian Premier League (IPL) team KKR were the previous record holder in this talking list. They won 14 successive T20s from 7th May 2014 to 2nd October 2014. In that period, KKR won nine consecutive IPL matches and five other successive Champions League T20 matches.

In 2014, Kolkata Knight Riders won 14 consecutive T20s (Image Credit: Google)

Meanwhile, Karnataka have also become the joint-second most consecutive winning side in T20 cricket history. Apart from breaking KKR’s record, they also equalled the New Zealand domestic team Otago’s record of 15 straight T20 victories (including one Super Over victory).

Now, only the Pakistan domestic team Sialkot Stallions is ahead of the Indian team. Sialkot Stallions managed a remarkable record of 25 successive T20 victories from 24th February 2006 to 10th October 2010.

Top teams with most consecutive T20 victories

Team (Country) Consecutive victories Duration
Sialkot Stallions (Pakistan) 25 February 2006-October 2010
Karnataka (India) 15* January 2018-Running
Otago (New Zealand) 15 December 2012-September 2013
Kolkata Knight Riders (India) 14 May 2014-October 2014
Surrey (England) 13 June 2003-August 2004
Afghanistan* 13 March 2016-May 2017

(Special Note: Afghanistan is a T20I side)

Shoaib Malik, T20 World Cup 2020
Shoaib Malik (Image Credit: PCB)

Shoaib Malik Reaches A Great Milestone In T20 Career

On Sunday (6th October), the veteran Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik reached a great milestone in his T20 career. The 37-year-old became the fourth batsman to score 9,000+ T20 runs.

The veteran Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik is currently busy in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League 2019 (CPL 2019). He is playing for Guyana Amazon Warriors who have secured their place for the final spot of CPL 2019 on the last night.

It was the Qualifier 1 match of CPL 2019 between the top two teams of the final points table. Points table leader Guyana Amazon Warriors, who won all their league stage matches in CPL 2019, faced second-positioned team Barbados Tridents on last Sunday night. While Shoaib Malik-led Warriors scored 218/3 (20 overs) at first batting, Tridents managed to reply with 188/8 (20 overs). Warriors won the match by 30 runs and qualified for the final. The in-form Warriors are now desperate to win their maiden CPL trophy.

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During that Qualifier 1 match, Warriors opener Brandon King (132*) registered the highest individual score in CPL history. Meanwhile, their skipper Shoaib Malik was the second-highest run-scorer in that innings as he scored 32 runs off 19 balls (3 sixes).

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Shoaib Malik (Image Credit: Google)

Shoaib Malik reached the 9,000 runs mark in T20 career when he scored 18 runs in Qualifier 1 of CPL 2019

During that innings, Malik reached the 9,000 runs milestone in his T20 career. Before that game, the versatile right-handed batsman was 18 runs away from his 9,000 T20 runs. On Sunday night, he became the first Pakistan cricketer and fourth overall batsman to score 9,000+ runs in T20 career.

T20 career, Shoaib Malik
Shoaib Malik (Image Credit: Google)

Batsmen who have scored 9,000 or more runs in T20 career 

Player Matches (Innings) Runs scored Highest score Average Strike-rate 100s/50s
Chris Gayle 394 (386) 13,051 175* 38.61 147.18 22/80
Brendon McCullum 370 (364) 9,922 158* 29.97 136.49 7/55
Kieron Pollard 489 (442) 9,757 104 30.77 150.20 1/48
Shoaib Malik 356 (335) 9,014 95* 37.40 125.15 0/63

It was the 356th T20 match for Shoaib Malik. After this match, Malik has scored 9,014 runs (average 37.40) and also taken 142 wickets in T20 career. During the Qualifier 1 of CPL 2019, Malik also took one wicket as the off-spinner had the bowling figures of 2-0-13-1.

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Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik has played 111 T20Is where he has scored 2,263 runs (average 30.58) and also taken 28 wickets.


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