2. Most fours in T20Is
One of those rare batting records in T20I cricket, Virat Kohli is yet to make his own. Veteran Ireland opener Paul Stirling is the batter with the most number of fours in T20I cricket. The right-handed batter has scored 351 fours in his T20I career.
He is followed by current India skipper Rohit Sharma in second place. While Hitman tops the charts for the highest number of maximums, he has also smashed 337 boundaries in his T20I career. Meanwhile, current Pakistan skipper Babar Azam is third on the list with 336 boundaries in his T20I career and Virat Kohli follows him to fourth place with 331 fours against his name.
The difference between the top four players is not much to fill. Virat Kohli naturally plays more strokes along with the carpet rather than in the air. While fans are hoping to see many elegant cover drives from Kohli’s bat, he will be eyeing finishing the T20 World Cup 2022 as the batter with the most fours in the T20 internationals.