Adelaide: Virat Kohli on Wednesday overtook former Sri Lanka skipper Mahela Jayawardene to become the all-time leading run-scorer in T20 World Cup history.
Kohli, who boasts of an average of more than 80 and a strike rate of over 130 in T20 World Cups, reached the milestone during India’s Super 12 match against Bangladesh.
The 33-year-old, playing his fifth T20 World Cup, went past Jayawardene’s 1016 runs in the seventh over of the Indian innings.
Kohli has 12 half-centuries to his credit across all editions of the T20 World Cup, including two in the ongoing edition.
He is also the highest run-getter in all T20 internationals ahead of compatriot Rohit Sharma (3811), New Zealand’s Martin Guptill (3531) and Pakistan skipper Babar Azam (3239).
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