Shoaib Malik Became the first Asian batsman to Score 10,000 T20 runs
Former Wami captain Shoaib Malik became the first Asian and third batsman in the world to score 10,000 runs in Twenty20 cricket. Shoaib Malik, 38, scored a half-century for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa against Balochistan in the National T20 Cup, as well as completing 10,000 runs in T20 cricket.
Shoaib Malik Became the first Asian batsman to score 10000 runs
Shoaib Malik has so far scored 10027 runs at an average of 37.41 in 395 Twenty20 matches, including 62 half-centuries. He has scored these runs with a strike rate of 125.71. All in Twenty20 cricket
Former Kiwi captain Brendon McCullum is fourth with 9922 runs and Australia’s David Warner is fifth with 9503 runs. Australia’s Aaron Finch is sixth with 9161 runs and Indian captain Virat Kohli is seventh with 9033 runs. India’s Rohit Sharma is eighth with 8853 runs, former South African captain AB de Villiers is ninth with 8812 runs and former Australian batsman Shane Watson is eighth with 8707 runs.