Deepak Hooda  breaks KL Rahul record in T20

Deepak Hooda's performance in the two-match T20 series against Ireland earned him a place in the playing XI in the first T20I against England.

Against England, he started very fast and scored 33 runs in 17 balls with the help of 2 sixes and 4 fours, but could not convert it into a big innings.

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He was made his victim by Chris Jordan, but he managed to overtake this record of KL Rahul.

Deepak Hooda scored 205 runs in his first four innings of T20 International cricket, including a century.

Now he has become the highest run-scorer in the first four innings from cricket for India in the shortest form.

Earlier this record was held in the name of KL Rahul, who scored 179 runs in the first four innings.


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Now Deepak Hooda left Rahul behind and came at number one. In this list, Suryakumar Yadav is at third place with 150 runs, while Gautam Gambhir is at number four with 128 runs.