Mohammad Rizwan become the new boss of cricket by hitting more than 2000 runs


The year 2023 remains lucky for Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Rizwan who sets and breaks many records, and his performance at the T20 World Cup is also mind-blowing.

This year, Rizwan has scored more than 2,000 runs in T20. He is the first hitter in the world to achieve this milestone in a calendar year.

Play an aggressive 87-run inning in the third and final T20 International against the West Indies on Thursday.

With this, he has achieved more than 2000 runs in T20 cricket in 2023. He is the first batsman in the world to achieve this milestone this year.

Mohammad Rizwan achieves milestones

If we look at Mohammad Rizwan's performance in the T20 for the year 2023, then he has scored 2036 runs. In terms of scoring the most runs in 2023.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam is second, Chris Gayle third and Virat Kohli fourth.

Babar has also performed 1779 runs in the year 2023. At the same time.

Explosive West Indies starter Chris Gayle scored 1,665 runs in 2015.

Indian Test captain Virat Kohli scored 1,614 runs in 2016.

Mohammad Rizwan is the first hitter to score more than 1,000 runs at T20 International in one year.

Even legends like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, David Warner and Chris Gayle couldn't touch the 1000 race mark at T20 Internationals in one year.

Mohammad Rizwan Stats

Mohammad Rizwan has scored 1,326 runs in 26 innings at T20 International, including one century and 12 half centuries in 2023.

He played the biggest 104 innings, not out. During this, his strike rate is 135. During this, he has reached 119 four and 42 sixes.

He is the only batter to reach 100 fours at T20 International in one year.

Speaking of his overall career in T20, he made 4,065 runs in 138 innings with an average of 40, which includes a century and 29 half centuries, 380 four and 105 sixes.

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