Top 10 batsmen with the highest average in T20Is
Updated - Jan 23, 2016 9:06 am
T20 cricket has made a lot of noise since its inception. The latest form of the game is a thrilling and has attracted numerous fans to the game. It won’t be wrong to say that T20 format is a batsmen game where the bowlers get bashed. The playing conditions and pitches don’t matter for them. And, it would surely be a misconception if we think the batting averages would have shrunk due the less amount overs they get to play as the batsmen have suitably adapted to the changing nature of the game. Here we present you the list of Top 10 batsmen with the highest average in T20Is.
10. Chris Gayle – 35.15:
Chris Gayle is the king of this format and his dominance in this cannot be debated. Gayle made his T20 debut in 2006 against New Zealand and has since played 45 T20Is, scoring over 1400 runs at an average 35.15. His highest score in format is the knock of 117 runs which came against South Africa in the inaugural 2007 Twenty20 World Cup.