ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 Most Runs: Updated After USA vs ENG Super Eight Match 9

Sunday’s T20 World Cup 2024 delivered another day of thrilling cricket action. The lineup featured two intense fixtures: Afghanistan vs Australia in a gripping clash during the day, followed by a night match between England and the USA. Both games showcased impressive batting performances, shaking up the leaderboard for the most runs scored in the tournament. 

Afghanistan’s Thrilling Win Over Australia:

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In a thrilling T20 World Cup 2024 encounter, Afghanistan emerged victorious over Australia by 21 runs. Afghanistan posted a competitive total of 148/6 in their allotted 20 overs. Rahmanullah Gurbaz played a pivotal role with a fluent 60 off 49 balls, ably supported by Ibrahim Zadran who contributed 51 runs from 48 deliveries. Karim Janat provided late impetus with a quickfire 13 off 9 balls to bolster their innings.

Chasing 149 for victory, Australia faltered under pressure and were bowled out for 127 in 19.2 overs. Glenn Maxwell fought a lone battle with a brisk 59 off 41 balls, but lacked substantial support from the middle order. Captain Mitchell Marsh managed 12 runs off 9 balls, while Marcus Stoinis struggled to 11 off 17 deliveries. Afghanistan’s disciplined bowling attack proved decisive, clinching a well-deserved win in a gripping contest of the tournament.

Brief Score: Afghanistan: 148/6 in 20 overs ( Rahmanullah Gurbaz 60 (49), Ibrahim Zadran 51 (48), Gulbadin Naib 4/20)

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Australia: 127/10 in 19.2 overs ( Glenn Maxwell 59 (41), Pat Cummins 3/28)

England’s Big Triumph Over the USA

In a dominant display at the T20 World Cup 2024, England cruised to a resounding 10-wicket victory over the USA. Batting first, the USA struggled to build momentum and were bowled out for 115 in 18.5 overs. Nitish Kumar top-scored with 30 off 24 balls, followed by Corey Anderson’s 29 off 28 and Harmeet Singh’s 21 off 17.

In response, England chased down the target comfortably within just 9.4 overs without losing a wicket. Jos Buttler starred with a blistering 83 not out off 38 deliveries, ably supported by Philip Salt who contributed an unbeaten 25 off 21 balls. Their partnership ensured England’s emphatic victory and underlined their dominance in the match.

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Brief Score: England: 117/0 in 9.4 overs ( Nitish Kumar 30 (24), Corey Anderson 29 (28), Shadley van Schalkwyk 0/15)

The United States of America: 115/10 in 18.5 overs ( Jos Buttler 83* (38), Philip Salt 25* (21), Chris Jordan 4/10)

The Most Rund Table:

BatterTeamRunsMatchHighest scoreAverage
Rahmanullah GurbazAfghanistan238  6    8039.67
Nicholas PooranWest Indies227  6    98  45.40
Andries GousUSA219  6    8043.80
Ibrahim ZadranAfghanistan211  6    7035.17
Jos ButtlerEngland1917    8347.75
Quinton de KockSouth Africa187  6    7431.17
Phil SaltEngland183  7    8745.75
Travis HeadAustralia179  6    6835.80
Aaron Jones  USA173  6    94*34.60
David WarnerAustralia172  6    5634.40

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Sunday's T20 World Cup 2024 delivered another day of thrilling cricket action. The lineup featured two intense fixtures: Afghanistan vs Australia in a gripping clash during the day, followed by a night match between England and the USA. Both games showcased impressive batting performances, shaking up the leaderboard for the most runs scored in the tournament. 

Afghanistan’s Thrilling Win Over Australia:

In a thrilling T20 World Cup 2024 encounter, Afghanistan emerged victorious over Australia by 21 runs. Afghanistan posted a competitive total of 148/6 in their allotted 20 overs. Rahmanullah Gurbaz played a pivotal role with a fluent 60 off 49 balls, ably supported by Ibrahim Zadran who contributed 51 runs from 48 deliveries. Karim Janat provided late impetus with a quickfire 13 off 9 balls to bolster their innings.

Chasing 149 for victory, Australia faltered under pressure and were bowled out for 127 in 19.2 overs. Glenn Maxwell fought a lone battle with a brisk 59 off 41 balls, but lacked substantial support from the middle order. Captain Mitchell Marsh managed 12 runs off 9 balls, while Marcus Stoinis struggled to 11 off 17 deliveries. Afghanistan's disciplined bowling attack proved decisive, clinching a well-deserved win in a gripping contest of the tournament.

Brief Score: Afghanistan: 148/6 in 20 overs ( Rahmanullah Gurbaz 60 (49), Ibrahim Zadran 51 (48), Gulbadin Naib 4/20)

Australia: 127/10 in 19.2 overs ( Glenn Maxwell 59 (41), Pat Cummins 3/28)

England’s Big Triumph Over the USA

In a dominant display at the T20 World Cup 2024, England cruised to a resounding 10-wicket victory over the USA. Batting first, the USA struggled to build momentum and were bowled out for 115 in 18.5 overs. Nitish Kumar top-scored with 30 off 24 balls, followed by Corey Anderson's 29 off 28 and Harmeet Singh's 21 off 17.

In response, England chased down the target comfortably within just 9.4 overs without losing a wicket. Jos Buttler starred with a blistering 83 not out off 38 deliveries, ably supported by Philip Salt who contributed an unbeaten 25 off 21 balls. Their partnership ensured England's emphatic victory and underlined their dominance in the match.

Brief Score: England: 117/0 in 9.4 overs ( Nitish Kumar 30 (24), Corey Anderson 29 (28), Shadley van Schalkwyk 0/15)

The United States of America: 115/10 in 18.5 overs ( Jos Buttler 83* (38), Philip Salt 25* (21), Chris Jordan 4/10)

The Most Rund Table:

BatterTeamRunsMatchHighest scoreAverage
Rahmanullah GurbazAfghanistan238  6    8039.67
Nicholas PooranWest Indies227  6    98  45.40
Andries GousUSA219  6    8043.80
Ibrahim ZadranAfghanistan211  6    7035.17
Jos ButtlerEngland1917    8347.75
Quinton de KockSouth Africa187  6    7431.17
Phil SaltEngland183  7    8745.75
Travis HeadAustralia179  6    6835.80
Aaron Jones  USA173  6    94*34.60
David WarnerAustralia172  6    5634.40

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