New Delhi: Ahead of the T20 World Cup, good news has come out for the Ireland cricket team. Ireland’s opener Paul Stirling has made a world record in T20 International cricket. He has made this record by leaving behind Virat Kohli. Sterling has been in good form in T20 cricket.
First player to hit most fours
Paul Stirling has become the first player to hit the most number of fours in T20 International cricket. He scored 40 runs in the match played between Ireland and UAE, in which he hit 4 fours. With this, he has got 288 fours in T20 cricket and he has left Indian captain Virat Kohli behind in terms of fours.
Big big batsmen are in this list
The world’s best batsmen are included in the list of most fours in T20 International cricket. Paul Stirling has come at number one with 288 fours, while Virat Kohli is at number two. He has 285 fours in 90 matches. New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill is at number three with 256 fours. After this, India’s opener Rohit Sharma is at number four, who has hit 252 fours in 111 innings.
Sterling is the top batsman of Ireland T20 cricket
Paul Stirling is the highest run-scorer for Ireland in T20 Internationals. He has 2495 runs in 89 innings. Apart from this, Paul Sterling comes at number four in terms of scoring the most runs in T20 Internationals. Indian captain Virat Kohli is at number one, whose name is 3159 T20 runs. In second place is Martin Guptill, who has scored 2939 runs and Indian explosive opener Rohit Sharma comes at number three, who has scored 2495 runs in T20 International cricket so far.