Most Fours in T20 Cricket in 2016

Record holder : Virat Kohli of India holds the record (70 fours) for most fours in t20 cricket in 2016.

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1. India Virat Kohli - 70 fours

The player at #1 in the list is Virat Kohli of India. He hit 70 fours while scoring 641 runs in 13 innings of 15 matches at an average of 106.83 and strike rate of 140.26.

2. Afghanistan Mohammad Shahzad - 59 fours

Then comes our Mohammad Shahzad of Afghanistan. He hit 59 fours while scoring 520 runs in 15 innings of 15 matches at an average of 37.14 and strike rate of 152.94.

3. Bangladesh Sabbir Rahman - 46 fours

Next in the list is Sabbir Rahman of Bangladesh. He hit 46 fours while scoring 463 runs in 16 innings of 16 matches at an average of 35.61 and strike rate of 127.54.

4. India Rohit Sharma - 45 fours

Then comes our Rohit Sharma of India. He hit 45 fours while scoring 497 runs in 18 innings of 18 matches at an average of 29.23 and strike rate of 131.48.

5. New Zealand Kane Williamson - 42 fours

At no. 5 position is Kane Williamson of New Zealand. He hit 42 fours while scoring 383 runs in 10 innings of 10 matches at an average of 47.87 and strike rate of 118.94.

6. Zimbabwe Hamilton Masakadza - 41 fours

Then comes our Hamilton Masakadza of Zimbabwe. He hit 41 fours while scoring 411 runs in 12 innings of 12 matches at an average of 37.36 and strike rate of 137.45.

7. Australia Glenn Maxwell - 41 fours

At position no. 7 is Glenn Maxwell of Australia. He hit 41 fours while scoring 435 runs in 11 innings of 11 matches at an average of 48.33 and strike rate of 174.69.

8. New Zealand Martin Guptill - 40 fours

At no. 8 position is Martin Guptill of New Zealand. He hit 40 fours while scoring 392 runs in 9 innings of 9 matches at an average of 49 and strike rate of 171.92.

9. Pakistan Sharjeel Khan - 38 fours

Next in the list is Sharjeel Khan of Pakistan. He hit 38 fours while scoring 258 runs in 12 innings of 12 matches at an average of 21.5 and strike rate of 135.78.

10. Sri Lanka Dinesh Chandimal - 37 fours

Next in the list is Dinesh Chandimal of Sri Lanka. He hit 37 fours while scoring 373 runs in 16 innings of 16 matches at an average of 23.31 and strike rate of 106.87.