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Abu Dhabi T10 League 2019: 5 batsmen who scored the most runs

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Published Nov 25, 2019
Nov 25, 2019 IST

Chris Lynn shone the brightest in T10 League 2019
Chris Lynn shone the brightest in T10 League 2019

The third edition of the revolutionary T10 League culminated last night in Abu Dhabi as Chadwick Walton’s whirlwind knock guided the Maratha Arabians to their maiden T10 League championship. Though the grand finale featured the tournament’s two best teams, Deccan Gladiators proved to be no match for the Arabians.

The batsmen decimated the bowlers in this year’s T10 tournament as the fans in U.A.E. witnessed some explosive innings at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium. The tournament featured some big names like Yuvraj Singh, Zaheer Khan, Andre Russell, Eoin Morgan, Kieron Pollard, Shahid Afridi, Darren Sammy among many others. As a result, the viewership of the tourney witnessed a sharp rise.

Also see – Bangladesh Premier League Points Table

Since T10 League 2019 has ended, let us now have a look at the top 5 batsmen who scored the most runs in the tournament.

#5 Andre Fletcher (Bangla Tigers)

Andre Fletcher opened the innings for the Tigers
Andre Fletcher opened the innings for the Tigers

Matches - 8, Runs - 186, Strike Rate - 195.78, Sixes - 19

The Bangla Tigers ended their T10 League campaign on a pleasant note by defeating the Qalandars in the 3rd place playoff. The Caribbean opener, Andre Fletcher was the lead performer for their side as he scored 186 runs for them at a decent average of 23.25.

He faced only 95 balls in the tourney and off them; he scored 8 fours and 19 sixes. The right-handed batsman played his best knock in the 3rd place playoff match. He took the likes of Peter Trego and Samit Patel to the cleaners during his 52-run knock which lasted 30 deliveries.

The 31-year-old batsman even picked up the Man of the Match award for his flamboyant knock. Besides, he had even scored 42 runs in a league match against Team Abu Dhabi.

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