Guptill v Rohit v Shoaib v Kohli: Who will first complete 3000 T20 runs, See amazing stats - CricketGalore

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Guptill v Rohit v Shoaib v Kohli: Who will first complete 3000 T20 runs, See amazing stats

There are only 5 batsmen in the world who have reached the 2000-run mark in T20 Internationals. These batsmen include Martin Guptill, Rohit Sharma, Shoaib Malik, Brendon McCullum and Virat Kohli.

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While, Brendon McCullum has been retired from cricket, and now the battle for completing 3000 T20 runs will be between Guptill, Rohit, Shoaib and Kohli have already started.
So today, Let's see the stats, who can be the first to reach the 3000 runs mark in T20 Internationals.

1. Martin Guptill

Martin Guptill has played 73 innings in 75 matches and has scored 2271 runs at an average of 34.40 in T-20 cricket. To complete 3000 T20 runs, The Kiwi opener Martin Guptill needs 729 runs.

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2. Rohit Sharma:

Rohit Sharma has scored 2207 runs in 87 innings with an average of 33.40 during his T20 career. Rohit Sharma is the only batsman in the world to score 4 centuries in T20 Internationals. Rohit needs 793 runs to complete 3000 T20 runs.

3. Shoaib Malik:

Pakistani middle-order batsman Shoaib Malik is the third batsman to score most runs in T-20 Shoaib has scored 2190 runs in 101 Innings of 108 matches at an average of 30.84. Shoaib Malik needs 810 runs to complete 3000 runs in T20 cricket.

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4. . Virat Kohli:

Virat Kohli, who scored the fastest 2000 runs in T-20 cricket, needs 898 runs to reach 3000 runs. Kohli has scored 2102 runs in 58 innings of 62 matches at an average of 48.88.
Martin Guptill has not played T-20 cricket for nearly nine months. While Virat Kohli is focusing most of his attention on Test and one-day cricket.
Shoaib Malik comes down while batting for Pakistan, seeing this scenario Rohit Sharma can become the first batsmen to touch the T20 record of 3000 runs.

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