ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Most Runs: Updated After PAK vs IRE Match 36

Just a few days left in the group stage of the T20 World Cup 2024. At this time, all teams are fighting hard with each other. On June 16th the fans witnessed two thrilling clashes and enjoyed some of the best of the T20 cricket. In the first match, Australia and Scotland locked horns where the Aussies registered a thrilling win. On the other hand, Pakistan ended their group stage journey with a 3-wicket win against Ireland. Those games impacted the most runs list.

Australia and Scotland’s Exciting Performances: 

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Australia and Scotland faced off in a captivating match. Scotland batted first and set a formidable target of 180/5 in their 20 overs. Brandon McMullen led the charge with an impressive 60 off 34 balls, supported by captain Richie Berrington with 42 off 31 balls, and George Munsey, who added 35 off 23 balls. Their collective effort ensured a challenging total for Australia to chase.

In response, the Australian batters rose to the occasion, successfully reaching 186/5 in 19.4 overs to secure a victory by 5 wickets. Travis Head anchored the innings with a solid 68 off 49 balls, while Marcus Stoinis provided a quickfire 59 off just 29 balls. Tim David remained unbeaten with a crucial 24 off 14 balls, sealing the win for Australia. This thrilling encounter highlighted the prowess of both teams, with Australia’s batting depth ultimately making the difference.

Brief Score: Scotland: 180/5 in 0 overs ( Brandon McMullen 60 (34), Berrington (c) 42* (31), Mark Watt 2/34)

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Australia: 185/6 in 19.4 overs ( Travis Head 68 (49), Marcus Stoinis 59 (29), Gleen Maxwell 2/44)

Thrilling Encounter Between Pakistan and Ireland:

In the second match of the day, Pakistan and Ireland faced off with Ireland batting first. They managed to score 106/9 in their 20 overs. Gareth Delany was the top scorer with 31 runs off 19 balls, followed by Josh Little who contributed an unbeaten 22 runs off 18 balls, and Mark Adair who added 15 runs off 19 balls. Despite their efforts, Ireland’s total was modest, setting a challenging target for Pakistan.

Pakistan, displaying a fighting spirit, chased down the target, winning the match by 3 wickets. They reached 111/7 in 18.5 overs. Captain Babar Azam led the way with 32 runs off 34 balls. Mohammad Rizwan added 17 runs off 16 balls, while Saim Ayub also contributed 17 runs off 17 balls. Pakistan’s resilience and determined batting ensured their victory, wrapping up the match with a commendable performance.

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Brief Score: Ireland: 106/9 in 20 overs (Gareth Delany 31 (19), Barry McCarthy 3/15)

Pakistan: 111/7 in 18.5 overs (Babar Azam (c) 32* (34), Imad Wasim 3/8, Shaheen Shah Afridi 3/22)

Table of Most Runs in the T20 World Cup 2024:

Player’s NameTeamRunsMatchHighest scoreAverage
Rahmanullah GurbazAfghanistan167  3    8055.67
Marcus StoinisAustralia1564    6778.00
Aaron Jones  USA152  4    94*  76.00
Travis Head  Australia1484    68  49.33
Brandon McMullenScotland140  4    61  70.00
George MunseyScotland124  4    41  41.33
David WarnerAustralia  116  4    56  29.00
Ibrahim ZadranAfghanistan114  3    70  38.00
Gerhard ErasmusNamibia110  4    5236.67
Richie BerringtonScotland102  4    47102.00
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Just a few days left in the group stage of the T20 World Cup 2024. At this time, all teams are fighting hard with each other. On June 16th the fans witnessed two thrilling clashes and enjoyed some of the best of the T20 cricket. In the first match, Australia and Scotland locked horns where the Aussies registered a thrilling win. On the other hand, Pakistan ended their group stage journey with a 3-wicket win against Ireland. Those games impacted the most runs list.

Australia and Scotland’s Exciting Performances: 

Australia and Scotland faced off in a captivating match. Scotland batted first and set a formidable target of 180/5 in their 20 overs. Brandon McMullen led the charge with an impressive 60 off 34 balls, supported by captain Richie Berrington with 42 off 31 balls, and George Munsey, who added 35 off 23 balls. Their collective effort ensured a challenging total for Australia to chase.

In response, the Australian batters rose to the occasion, successfully reaching 186/5 in 19.4 overs to secure a victory by 5 wickets. Travis Head anchored the innings with a solid 68 off 49 balls, while Marcus Stoinis provided a quickfire 59 off just 29 balls. Tim David remained unbeaten with a crucial 24 off 14 balls, sealing the win for Australia. This thrilling encounter highlighted the prowess of both teams, with Australia's batting depth ultimately making the difference.

Brief Score: Scotland: 180/5 in 0 overs ( Brandon McMullen 60 (34), Berrington (c) 42* (31), Mark Watt 2/34)

Australia: 185/6 in 19.4 overs ( Travis Head 68 (49), Marcus Stoinis 59 (29), Gleen Maxwell 2/44)

Thrilling Encounter Between Pakistan and Ireland:

In the second match of the day, Pakistan and Ireland faced off with Ireland batting first. They managed to score 106/9 in their 20 overs. Gareth Delany was the top scorer with 31 runs off 19 balls, followed by Josh Little who contributed an unbeaten 22 runs off 18 balls, and Mark Adair who added 15 runs off 19 balls. Despite their efforts, Ireland's total was modest, setting a challenging target for Pakistan.

Pakistan, displaying a fighting spirit, chased down the target, winning the match by 3 wickets. They reached 111/7 in 18.5 overs. Captain Babar Azam led the way with 32 runs off 34 balls. Mohammad Rizwan added 17 runs off 16 balls, while Saim Ayub also contributed 17 runs off 17 balls. Pakistan's resilience and determined batting ensured their victory, wrapping up the match with a commendable performance.

Brief Score: Ireland: 106/9 in 20 overs (Gareth Delany 31 (19), Barry McCarthy 3/15)

Pakistan: 111/7 in 18.5 overs (Babar Azam (c) 32* (34), Imad Wasim 3/8, Shaheen Shah Afridi 3/22)

Table of Most Runs in the T20 World Cup 2024:

Player’s NameTeamRunsMatchHighest scoreAverage
Rahmanullah GurbazAfghanistan167  3    8055.67
Marcus StoinisAustralia1564    6778.00
Aaron Jones  USA152  4    94*  76.00
Travis Head  Australia1484    68  49.33
Brandon McMullenScotland140  4    61  70.00
George MunseyScotland124  4    41  41.33
David WarnerAustralia  116  4    56  29.00
Ibrahim ZadranAfghanistan114  3    70  38.00
Gerhard ErasmusNamibia110  4    5236.67
Richie BerringtonScotland102  4    47102.00
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