West Indies women’s cricketer Stamani Taylor has become the second player in the world to touch the 3,000-run mark in the T20 International.
West Indies women’s Stefanie Taylor is delighted to touch the 3,000-run mark in the T20 International. He is the second cricketer in both women’s and men’s cricket to achieve this position and the first West Indies, cricketer. Taylor had achieved this in the second T20 match against England on Wednesday. His team, however, lost the match by 47 runs.
Stefanie Taylor has scored a total of 3,020 runs in 105 T30 matches. Ahead of her is Suzie Bates of New Zealand who has scored 3,243 runs in 119 matches. “I’m not a player who believes in statistics, but when it came to the big screen, it was a great feeling,” said Cricket Teller. It shows how hard we women cricketers have worked over the years and I am overwhelmed to see people giving it so much respect,” he said.
In women’s cricket, of course, people are not noticed, but Taylor’s T20 International has more runs than Virat Kohli of India and Chris Gayle of West Indies. While Virat has 2,794 runs, Gayle has scored 1,627 runs. He is 7 wickets away from taking 100 wickets in T20.