Most Fours in T20 Cricket

Record holder : Paul Stirling of Ireland holds the record (319 fours) for most fours in t20 cricket.

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1. Ireland Paul Stirling - 319 fours

At no. 1 position is Paul Stirling of Ireland. He hit 319 fours while scoring 2776 runs in 101 innings of 102 matches at an average of 29.84 and strike rate of 134.69.

2. India Virat Kohli - 298 fours

At no. 2 position is Virat Kohli of India. He hit 298 fours while scoring 3296 runs in 89 innings of 97 matches at an average of 51.5 and strike rate of 137.67.

3. India Rohit Sharma - 293 fours

Then comes our Rohit Sharma of India. He hit 293 fours while scoring 3313 runs in 117 innings of 125 matches at an average of 32.48 and strike rate of 139.55.

4. New Zealand Martin Guptill - 287 fours

At no. 4 position is Martin Guptill of New Zealand. He hit 287 fours while scoring 3299 runs in 108 innings of 112 matches at an average of 32.66 and strike rate of 136.71.

5. Australia Aaron Finch - 281 fours

At no. 5 position is Aaron Finch of Australia. He hit 281 fours while scoring 2826 runs in 91 innings of 91 matches at an average of 35.32 and strike rate of 145.29.

6. Pakistan Babar Azam - 278 fours

Next in the list is Babar Azam of Pakistan. He hit 278 fours while scoring 2686 runs in 69 innings of 74 matches at an average of 45.52 and strike rate of 129.44.

7. Australia David Warner - 262 fours

Then comes our David Warner of Australia. He hit 262 fours while scoring 2645 runs in 90 innings of 90 matches at an average of 33.48 and strike rate of 141.29.

8. Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez - 251 fours

At no. 8 position is Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan. He hit 251 fours while scoring 2514 runs in 108 innings of 119 matches at an average of 26.46 and strike rate of 122.03.

9. Afghanistan Mohammad Shahzad - 225 fours

Then comes our Mohammad Shahzad of Afghanistan. He hit 225 fours while scoring 2015 runs in 70 innings of 70 matches at an average of 30.07 and strike rate of 133.62.

10. Sri Lanka Tillakaratne Dilshan - 223 fours

At no. 10 position is Tillakaratne Dilshan of Sri Lanka. He hit 223 fours while scoring 1889 runs in 79 innings of 80 matches at an average of 28.19 and strike rate of 120.54.