3 captains leading the T20I run-getters for their team in T20 World Cup. The Super 12 round of the T20 World Cup 2021. It will begin with Australia taking on South Africa in the first Group 1 encounter. At the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Also, the second match of the day will be a replay of the 2016 T20 World Cup final. Some big names will be seen leading their respective sides. In the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2021. Also, a number of captains of top teams will be under pressure owing to the lack of runs. They have scored in the lead-up to the marquee event. But they would be expected to lift their game on the big stage. Since most are prolific run-getters.
3 captains leading the T20I run-getters for their team
- India – Virat Kohli
The number one on the list is captain Virat Kohli of Team India. He is the all-time leading run-scorer in T20Is. Also, in 90 matches heading into the T20 World Cup 2021. Virat has smashed 3159 runs at a strike rate of 139.04 and a great average of 52.65. Also, Kohli is yet to register a hundred in the shortest series for India. His highest of 94 not out came against West Indies in Hyderabad in 2019. It was the first T20I of a three-match series and the Indian captain scored his runs off 50 balls. After that, spanking six fours and as many sixes.
- Australia – Aaron Finch
Captain Aaron Finch of Australian. He has returned to competitive cricket after knee surgery. Moreover, Finch has scored the most runs for his country in T20Is. In 76 matches, Aaron has 2473 runs to his title at an average of 37.46 and a remarkable strike rate of 150.24. He has two hundred and 15 half-centuries to his title within the series. And then Finch’s best of 172 came off 76 balls in a tri-series in 2018. He has slammed 16 fours and 10 sixes. Also, Australia posted a mammoth 229 for 2 while batting first.
- England – Eoin Morgan
Lastly, captain Eoin Morgan’s form is England’s greatest concern heading into the T20 World Cup 2021. Morgan battled during the white-ball series in India prior to this year. He may hardly score any runs amid the two parts of IPL 2021. Moreover, he led the Kolkata Knight Riders to the final. Morgan is England’s leading run-scorer within the T20I format. In 107 matches, he has scored up 2360 runs. At a strike rate of 138.25 with 14 fifties.