In the 2nd and final T20I against Australia, Virat Kohli hit the unbeaten 72 off 38 balls in a knock that included half a dozen sixes. He also notched up his 20th T20I half-century. With his incredible batting skills, Kohli went on to equal the most fours in T20Is along with Tillakaratne Dilshan’s 223. He led from the front while Dhoni played the supporting role well with 40 off 23 balls. Opener KL Rahul scored 47 off 26 balls. Kohli and Dhoni delighted the Chinnaswamy crowd with a 100-run stand off 50 balls, propelling India to 190 for four. Kohli might top the list when India plays a T20Is, which will be after the 2019 World Cup. While the second position in the list is held by Afghanistan batsman-wicketkeeper Mohammad Shahzad, team India Vice Captain Rohit Sharma is third on the list with 2017 fours in T20Is.
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