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CLT20 2012 Match 18 - Sydney Sixers v Mumbai Indians

CLT20 2012 Match 18 - Sydney Sixers v Mumbai Indians
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5. MS Dhoni

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5. MS Dhoni

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Following Dhoni's late surge for CSK against Perth on September 27, he became just the fifth Indian cricketer to tally at least 4,000 T20 runs. He now has 4,012.

4. Virat Kohli

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4. Virat Kohli

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Kohli is No. 4 on the list with 4,0298 runs. He's just 10 runs behind No. 3, however, so keep an eye on his T20 batting performances this tournament.

3. Gautam Gambhir

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3. Gautam Gambhir

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Just ahead of Kohli is Gautam Gambhir, with 4,308 runs. To be honest, Gambhir might be the most surprising cricketer on this list. It is his consistency rather than explosiveness that has earned him a spot.

2. Rohit Sharma

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2. Rohit Sharma

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As the leader and primary batsman for Mumbai, Rohit Sharma comes in at No. 2 with 4,613 runs. While he has a bit of a lead on Gambhir at the No. 3 spot, Sharma would have to have a historic tournament to catch up to the cricketer at No. 1 on this list.

1. Suresh Raina

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1. Suresh Raina

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Raina is an absolute monster. His ability to get runs off limited number of balls makes him the most prolific Indian cricketer in T20 history. He currently has 5,024 T20 runs in his career as of September 27.

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