2023 Twenty20 International Cricket Highlights : Rising Big Stars and Record-Breaking Performances


There was also a good amount of Twenty20 International cricket played in between. India faced South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, and Sri Lanka in a Twenty20 International series.

This year has seen the creation of several records in the shortest format. The world of cricket has seen the rise of some new talent. Without a question, the T20 format will continue to dominate the game in the years to come. In light of this, let’s examine the T20I XI for 2023.

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Twenty20 International 2023 Cricket Team

Muhamad Wasim

In Twenty20 Internationals, Muhammad Waseem of the United States Emirates (UAE) excelled for his nation. He has been selected for an associate nation’s finest T20I XI. Waseem opened the innings in 21 games for the UAE and amassed 806 runs. With a strike percentage of 163.15, he scored fifty runs or more six times. In T20Is in 2023, Waseem’s best score was 91. In T20Is in 2023, he smashed 51 sixes and 74 fours for the UAE.

Yashasvi Jaiswal

Young Yashasvi Jaiswal of India appeared in 15 T20I matches after making his debut in 2023. He averaged 33.07 and scored 430 runs at a strike rate of 159.25. In addition to hitting 50 fours and 22 sixes for India, he also scored one hundred and three fifties. Jaiswal earned his first T20I century while playing for the Indian squad that won the gold medal at the Asian Games in Hangzhou.

Suryakumar Yadav

In 18 Twenty20 Internationals in 2023, the top-ranked T20I hitter Suryakumar Yadav scored 733 runs. His strike rate was 155.95 and his average was 48.86. Yadav scored two century and five fifties this year, continuing to dazzle the crowd with his daring smashes. He scored 61 fours and 43 sixes. Additionally, Suryakumar led India to a 4-1 victory over Australia in the T20I series at home.

Nicholas Pooran

2023 was a great year for West Indies’ Nicholas Pooran in the Twenty20 Internationals. Lighter after his resignation as ODI and T20I captain, Pooran amassed 384 runs at a 162.71 strike rate in 13 matches. In a recent home T20I series against England, he scored two fifties and helped the West Indies defeat them 3-2. In T20Is in 2023, he scored 27 sixes and 26 fours.

Sikandar Raza

Sikandar Raza led Zimbabwe in Twenty20 Internationals (2023) by showcasing his amazing skills. With six fifty-score runs under his belt, he scored 515 runs with a strike percentage of 150.14. 82* was his best score. He was a master with the ball as well. Raza had a best of 4/24 while taking 17 wickets. In T20Is, he was also designated Zimbabwe’s permanent captain.

Rinku Singh

When making his T20Is debut against Ireland, Rinku Singh stood out as India’s best player. But his greatest performance was at home against Australia, where he was excellent as a finisher. Rinku scored a maximum of 68* and amassed 262 runs with one fifty in T20Is in 2023, all at a strike rate of 180.66. Rinku cemented his place in India’s XI for the T20 World Cup 2024 with 26 fours and 14 sixes in 2023 T20Is.


Shakib only participated in eight Twenty20 Internationals for Bangladesh in 2023, but he made a significant impression. At a 133.65 strike rate, he scored 139 runs. Shakib grabbed 12 wickets at an economy of 6.12 with the ball, with a high of 5/22. Shakib will be playing soon since he took a break from the game to recover after leading Bangladesh in the ODI World Cup.

Ravi Bishnoi

In the T20Is in 2023, India’s leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi had a significant effect. Bishnoi excelled in the 11 games he participated in, taking 18 wickets at a high of 3/24. With an economy of 7.20, Bishnoi kept all of the batters in a tight situation. His finest performance was during the Twenty20 International Series vs Australia, when he won Player of the Series for India after taking nine wickets in five games.

Arshdeep Singh

In 2023, Arshdeep Singh was India’s top bowler in Twenty20 Internationals. He took 26 wickets in 21 matches. His strike rate was 15.84 and his economy was 9.26. Early in the innings, Arshdeep Singh got the new ball to move, and in the last overs, he returned with devastating yorkers. In the 2017 T20 World Cup in the West Indies and the USA, he is anticipated to play a significant role in India’s lineup.

Alzarri Joseph

In nine Twenty20 Internationals for the West Indies in 2023, Alzarri Joseph took 16 wickets. His greatest bowling average was 5/40, and he bowls with a 10.36 economy. He had a 12.1% strike rate. Joseph bowls really well in death and can swing the fresh ball at a respectable speed of about 150 kph.

Taskin Ahmed

The 2023 T20I season saw just eight appearances by Bangladeshi pacer Taskin Ahmed. However, he was still able to secure 16 wickets at a strike rate of 11.2 and an economy of 7.36. Taskin bowled 4/16 at his best, and the Bangladesh board has done a fantastic job of managing his workload, so he should be full of energy.


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