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“He is the No. 1 batter in the world at the moment,” Kevin Pietersen predicts who will be the leading run-scorer in T20 World Cup 2022

The Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2022 will begin from 22nd October.

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Former English cricketer Kevin Pietersen has named a player who can be the leading run-scorer in the T20 World Cup 2022. He believes that India opener KL Rahul will top the charts for most runs as he’s the No. 1 batter in the world at the moment.

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“He plays in a very authentic way and is correct enough to rack up the runs.”

After an exciting qualifier stage, it’s time for the Super 12 stage of the tournament. The excitement is racking up as this stage of the tournament will see arch-rivals such as India and Pakistan and England and Australia also locking horns with each other.

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With the Super 12 stage of the tournament set to take place, there are many speculations about who will score the most runs, who will be the leading wicket-taker and who will qualify for the semi-finalist.

Many fans and pundits have started the prediction and have named their choices. Taking about the leading-run scorer, the likes of David Warner, Virat Kohli, Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan and Suryakumar Yadav are likely to set the stage on fire.

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But Kevin Pietersen said that it’ll be Indian opener KL Rahul who will end as the leading run scorer in the T20 World Cup 2022. Writing his column for betway, he said:

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“I love him. I think he is the No. 1 batter in the world at the moment. He is absolutely fantastic. With the ball bouncing, swinging and seaming, I think he plays in a very authentic way and is correct enough to rack up the runs.”

KL Rahul to play a vital role for India in T20 World Cup 2022

KL Rahul is likely to play a vital role for his side in the tournament. He has looked in great touch in the last two warmup games and it is expected to continue his good form.

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Since his return from the injury, Rahul has looked in good touch and has been scoring runs consistently for his side. He also has played a few match-winning knocks for India and would be hopeful for doing the same in the World Cup.

Rahul will be coming into the tournament on the back of two consecutive half-centuries in the warmup games against Western Australia and Australia. While it was an innings of grit in the first game, he displayed sensational power hitting in the second game to taking India off the rollicking start.

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