2020s Decade Records

Most Runs in 2020s (2020-2029) in T20I Cricket

T20 Internationals (T20Is), the game’s shortest format, serve fans with excitement and entertainment in a shorter period of time. And it has become a regular sight to witness thrilling matches as teams play more T20Is.

Since the ICC granted T20I status to every member nation — Full and Associate — the number of T20I matches being played has increased dramatically. Now, in the 2020s decade, fans can see more T20I games played as compared to other formats.

And as you know, batters dominate the T20 games the most, as they go bonkers against the bowlers. So, fans get to witness some tremendous batting performances that leave an indelible mark on the sport.

In this article, we’ll take a look at the top 10 batters with the most T20I runs in the 2020s decade.

Most Runs in 2020s (2020-2029) in T20I Cricket

PlayerInningsRunsAverageStrike RateHigh Score
Mohammad Rizwan (PAK)75311655.64128.76104*
Babar Azam (PAK)79270837.09130.50122
Suryakumar Yadav (IND)60220044.89168.06117
Simon Ssesazi (UGA)80208129.72123.20100*
Virandeep Singh (MAL)65200939.39131.05116*
Muhammad Waseem (UAE)53197739.54154.69112
Jos Buttler (ENG)51185646.40152.13101*
Glenn Phillips (NZ)59173536.14147.15108
Paul Stirling (IRE)72167124.94131.36115*
Andy Balbirnie (IRE)72160222.88119.1077

Also Read: Top 10: Most Runs since 2020 in All Formats


Key insights from the above stat

The Pakistani duo of Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam are on another level when it comes to the T20I format. Currently, they are the best batters in the shortest format of the game. You can check out Mohammad Rizwan’s T20I runs year by year.

India’s Mr. 360, Suryakumar Yadav, has been on a rampage since making his T20I debut in 2021. Everyone is in awe of his unorthodox style of play, which makes him a special talent.

England’s explosive wicketkeeper-batsman, Jos Buttler, is having a good time with the bat as he smashes the bowlers across the park.

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A crazy stat: The 1000th Men’s T20I match took place on November 3, 2019, between India and Bangladesh. While the 2000th game took place on February 25, 2023, between the Isle of Man and Spain.

P.S. Keep coming back to this article, as we update the stats regularly.

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