Fastest to 1000 runs in T20 International

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No one can deny the fact that the T20 format in the cricket game is a revolution. No doubt, Test and ODI formats are their own place but T20 cricket will give you more entertainment. You will see more thrill, heavy anxiety and greater efforts. In fact, the T20 format has fastened ODI even test cricket as well.  

Officially, this format was brought to the international level in February 2005. The format demands a higher level of strength, speed, agility and temperament. As a result, It will not be wrong to say that T20 cricket has the same motto as Olympic sport; faster, higher, stronger.

T20 cricket has brought a huge revolution in the batting department. It has changed the temperament of all batsmen. Because of lesser balls in an inning, the batsmen are trying to get more boundaries not to save the wicket.

Below is the list of those batsmen who have achieved the milestone of 1000 runs in a few innings.  


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Dawid Malan

An England left-handed batsman David is the first batsman who achieves the milestone of 1000 runs in just 24 matches. However, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club batsman has also ranked first in ICC the ICC T20I batsman rankings. Moreover, Malan has scored 1 hundred and 11 half-centuries so far in his T20 career.  

Babar Azam

Babar Azam a Pakistani right-handed batsman started his T20 career in 2016 against New Zealand. He is considered one of the leading batsmen along with Kohli, Smith and Williamson. Babar Azam claimed 2nd place in the list as he achieved this milestone in just 26 matches. Babar Azam has scored 1 century and 19 half-centuries in his T20 career.

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is a right-handed batsman and captain of the Indian National team. He is one of the best contemporary batsmen in the world. Virat holds the world record for being the fastest batsman to 8,000, 9,000, 10,000, 11,000 and 12,000 runs in ODI. He started his T20 career in 2008 and took 27 matches to score the first 1000 runs in T20 cricket. Virat Kohli has scored 28 half-centuries in his T20 career.

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