After the 2019 world Cup, many things have changed for team India. The 2019 world cup was a dominating world cup by team India but after their loss against New Zealand in the semi-finals, many things have changed for them. India has maintained its dominance in all the formats after 2019 and the reason behind that lies in the run scorers. So, in this article, we will see 5 players who scored the most runs for India across formats after the 2019 World Cup.
#5 Shreyas Iyer
Indian middle-order batsman, Shreyas Iyer is now a permanent member of the Indian team. During this period of three years, Iyer also made his test debut for India. Iyer has scored 2124 runs in all formats combined after the 2019 world cup.
#4 KL Rahul
Indian opener, KL Rahul has also improved a lot in past three years. he is now a well-established opener in all three formats. Even after suffering from injuries, he has maintained his form. Rahul has scored 2524 runs in all formats combined after the 2019 world cup.
#3 Rishabh Pant
Not talking about the past three years but there is no doubt that Rishabh Pant is currently India’s best batsman. It was not a very good world cup for Rishabh Pant but after 2019 his game changed completely. In the past few months, he has given some of the most memorable knocks from his bat. Pant has scored 2593 runs for India after the 2019 world cup.
#2 Rohit Sharma
You cannot keep a player like Rohit Sharma out of this list. Talking about Rohit Sharma he was the most successful test batsman for India in 2021. Not only in the test but he has proved his worth in all the formats and that’s why he is now a full-time captain of India. Rohit has scored 3318 runs for India in all formats combined after the 2019 world cup.
#1 Virat Kohli
Former Indian captain Virat Kohli is facing the worst years of his life. But even after not scoring a single century for the past three years he is at the top of this list. Virat’s unbelievable stats shows us that cricket is only obsessed with milestones. Virat has scored 3564 runs for India in all formats combined after the 2019 world cup.