The record for most fifty-plus scores in T20I cricket history is currently held by Virat Kohli. This accomplishment was accomplished by the star Indian hitter on Sunday during his team’s tense Super Four match against Pakistan.
Kohli scored an impressive 60 runs off of 44 balls. He added four boundaries and a six to his knock. His 32nd half-century in T20Is was this one. But the fourth ball of the last over saw him run out.
After this outstanding effort by Virat, Rohit Sharma, a fellow countryman, has been dropped to second place since he has 31 fifty-plus scores, including four centuries.
Kohli has now amassed 3,462 runs at an average of 50.91 in 102 games. In the format, he has recorded 32 half-centuries, with a high score of 94*. In this style, he has a strike rate of 137.10.