Playing 100 T20 international matches is the new feat any cricketer will look forward to.
With T20s being the current norm, where the interest of the majority cricket audience lies, and the World Cup is held once in two years, teams are more interested in including the shortest format in every bilateral tour.
Nowadays, we also witness teams travelling to other countries to play just the T20 format.
We have seen before the elite list of players who have played 150 Test matches, and here is the new list of cricketers who have crossed the landmark of playing in more than 100 T20I matches.
Most T20I Matches in Career
|Martin Guptill||New Zealand||122|
|Shakib Al Hasan||Bangladesh||117|
|David Miller||South Africa||114|
|Tim Southee||New Zealand||114|
|Ish Sodhi||New Zealand||102|
|Ross Taylor||New Zealand||102|
|Kieron Pollard||West Indies||101|
Almost everyone on this list is a batsman, with a few being all-rounders. We are yet to see a pure bowler, except Tim Southee, achieving the landmark of 100 T20I matches.
Tim Southee is the highest wicket-taker among the players on this list.
People who are nearing the list:
- Babar Azam (PAK)
- Glenn Maxwell (AUS)
- Adil Rashid (ENG)
- Bhuvneshwar Kumar (IND)
- Kane Williamson (NZ)
- David Warner (AUS)