maverick beating Virat Kohli He failed to lead his team to glory with the title but topped the scoring charts in the 2022 T20 Globalism Glass. The 34-year-old was in great shape off the bat as he played a pivotal role in India’s qualification to the semi-finals and also scored a half-century against England but that wasn’t enough to secure a place in the final.
Kohli finished this year’s T20 World Cup with 296 runs in 5 matches with an impressive average of 98.67. He scored goals at a consistent level and fought hard for his team in difficult situations. He blasted four half a century in a campaign that includes one of his best roles in T20I – 82 he didn’t come out against Pakistan.
He became the first player to become the top scorer in several T20 World Cup tournaments. Earlier, in 2014, Kohli slammed 319 times in 6 matches with an average of 106.33. but, India They failed to win the title at that time as well as they lost to Sri Lanka in the final.
The defecting kicker was in great shape during the 2016 edition as he ended up second on the list with 273 shots in five matches but India lost to the West Indies in the semi-finals. Tamim Iqbal, the Bangladeshi, was the leading scorer for his team in that edition as he scored 295 times in six matches as he had the advantage of playing in the qualifiers.
In the 2022 T20 World Cup, Kohli also surpassed former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene’s record of 1,016 runs to become the running scorer in T20 WC history. The former India captain wrote the record during the 2022 T20 Super 12 World Cup match against Bangladesh.
Recently, the former Indian captain became the first international cricketer to score 4000 points in T20 Internationals. With this feat, Kohli (4008) tops the scorers charts in shortest form and has surpassed his successor, Rohit Sharma, who is currently at number two on the list with 3,853 points.
After a lean stage earlier in the year, the 33-year-old Kohli found his firmament once again in the Asian Cup and in the pre-event doubles series against Australia and South Africa. Kohli has always loved scoring in Australia and continued that trend in the 2022 T20 World Cup where he returned to his best form with over 50 goals against Pakistan, Netherlands, Bangladesh and England.
India suffered a 10-wicket defeat to England in the semi-finals at the Adelaide Oval Stadium, ending their campaign disappointingly once again in an ICC session.