David Warner Completes 3000 T20I Runs: The third T20 match is being played between Australia and West Indies. In this match, West Indies captain Rovman Powell won the toss and decided to bat first. West Indies batsmen performed amazingly in this match. West Indies team batted first and scored 220 runs. Andre Russell batted brilliantly for the team and scored 71 runs. But in this match only David Warner has broken a big record of Rohit Sharma.
David Warner made this record
David Warner has completed his 3000 runs in T20I after scoring his 14th run against West Indies. He has scored 3000 T20I runs in 102 innings. With this he has left Rohit Sharma behind. Rohit had scored 3000 runs in 108 innings of T20I. Now Warner has left Rohit Sharma behind.
Fastest player to complete 3000 runs in T20I:
Virat Kohli- 81 innings
Babar Azam – 81 innings
Aaron Finch- 98 innings
Martin Guptill – 101 innings
David Warner- 102 innings
Rohit Sharma- 108 innings
Paul Sterling- 113 innings
This is how my career has been
David Warner is counted among the best batsmen in the world. He is famous for his explosive batting. He made his debut in T20I matches for Australia in 2009. Since then, he has become an important link in the batting attack of the team. He has scored 3020 runs in 102 matches for Australia, which includes one century and 25 half-centuries.
West Indies gave a target of 221 runs
West Indies, who came to bat first against Australia, had a very bad start. When John Charles returned to the pavilion after scoring just four runs. After this Kyle Mayers could score only 11 runs. Rovman Powell scored 21 runs, Rutherford scored 67 runs and Andre Russell scored 71 runs. There was a partnership of 139 runs for the sixth wicket between Russell and Rutherford. It was only due to the excellent batting of Russell and Rutherford that the West Indies team was able to score a big score.
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