Today we discuss the most runs in T20 World Cup 2014. The T20 World Cup championship is one of the most interesting sports which people from all across the world are very much excited to see. As this format of Cricket is one of the shortest duration formats so people didn’t get bored easily and as it is a twenty over game the teams also have to play a remarkable innings to score a huge run that is the main reason due to which this format of cricket is mostly preferred all over the world.
Also, it should be remembered that due to this type of short-format sports many new players also emerged. These days we come across many players who play well but did not get any platform to showcase their talent. So this World T20 championship is just like a big platform where new players can showcase their talents.
The 2014 ICC World Cup championship was organized in Bangladesh for the first time and it was the fifth international world cup where different teams from all over the world participated to win the beautiful trophy. The 2014 World cricket T20 championship was started in March and was scheduled for the first week of April.
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In the 2014 World Cup, 16 teams participated from all over the world some of the teams who were the first to qualify for the T20 world cup 2014 was Hong Kong, Nepal, and UAE, this was the first time in world history that 16 teams participated in the world cup 2014 unless only 14 teams use to participate earlier.
So now in this article, we will be discussing “five individual with the most runs in T20 World Cup 2014 championship so the details are as follows:
5. Jean-Paul Duminy
On the fifth list of top five most runs in T20 World Cup 2014 comes JP Duminy who is of course known for his creative shorts all over the ground, he plays in every direction of the ground. He scored 187 runs in only 5 matches with a strike rate of 140.6. He is one of the most promising batsmen of South Africa and always played a beautiful knock for his country.
4. Rohit Sharma
The fourth position of the most runs in T20 World Cup 2014 table is again taken by one of the most skillful batsmen of the Indian cricket team who is Rohit Sharma, one of the most emerging players in recent years.
He is an expert of this format of the game, his wrist movement is very much impressive and he scored 200 runs in only six matches with a strike rate of 120. He is the other most skillful batsman of the Indian cricket team on which the full team depends.
3. Stephen Myburgh
On the third list of top most runs in T20 World Cup 2014 was Stephen Myburgh he is a beautiful player who is having excellent knowledge of batting skills. It is due to whom Netherland qualifies for the 2014 World T20 championship and also because of his Netherlands team qualifying for the super eight. He scored 224 runs in only 7 matches with a strike rate of 154.48.
2. Tom Cooper
On the most runs in T20 World Cup 2014 list the next batsman is of the Netherlands team that is none other than Tom Cooper he is well known for his beautiful batting skills, he was born in Australia but in 2010 he decided to start playing for the Netherlands. He is an impressive batsman with remarkable batting skills, he scored 231 runs in only 7 matches with a strike rate of 137.50.
He is the second player in Netherlands history to score this run in any World cup championship, he is believed to be the most promising player of Netherlands.
1. Virat Kohli
Being an Indian I feel very much proud to tell that Virat Kohli was the topmost on the most runs in T20 World Cup 2014, with his high confidence and skills he played remarkable innings throughout the tournament and became the player of the series.
With his aggression in the field and with his smart work and confidence he scored 319 runs in only 6 matches with a strike rate of 129.14. This is the highest runs scored by any individual player in the 2014 World T20 championship.
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