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T20 format is a revolution that has had its impact on other versions of the game significantly, especially for the batsmen. With the advent and growth of the shortest format of the game, Test and ODIs have struggled to maintain its popularity. The spectators always go beserk when one team demolishes the other through a flurry of boundaries or frequently sending the ball over the fence.

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And T20 is a version where the batsmen hardly take any time before unleashing their powerful shots. And when certain batters get into the groove, it can be very challenging for any bowler to stop them from finding the fence at will. With that, a few batsmen have their individual scores in T20I more than what they boast of in One-day international cricket.

We take a look at five batsmen whose scores in T20I are more than their ODI’s:

Morne Van Wyk: T20Is – 114*, ODIs – 82

5 Batsmen Whose Highest Score In T20I Is More Than Their ODIs
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Morne Van Wyk is a promising wicketkeeper-batsman, who played for South Africa between 2003 and 2015 in limited-overs cricket. Van Wyk was part of South Africa’s 2011 World Cup that began very well before their campaign ended heartbreakingly in the quarter-finals. He is one of the few batsmen, who has a T20I century to his name.

Despite playing 17 ODIs and only eight T20Is, the 41-year old has a higher score in the latter. His best innings of 82 in 50-over cricket came against India in 2007. Morne Van Wyk slammed an unbeaten 114 against West Indies in 2015 in Durban. The Bloemfontein-born does not remain in the international reckoning anymore but continues to play in the domestic circuit.

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