Liton has a wide range of shots in his repertoire and considering that 105.66 is a poor strike rate for an opener
As an opener, Liton Das’ strike rate is not up to the mark in the ongoing T20 World Cup.
Liton has scored 767 runs in 41 innings so far in his T20I career with a strike rate of 127.62.
But in this T20 World Cup, Liton has scored 56 runs in four innings, facing 53 balls, and his strike rate is only 105.66.
Liton has a wide range of shots in his repertoire and considering that it’s a poor strike rate for an opener.
If we count all the matches, including warm-up games, in this T20 World Cup Liton has scored 53 off 33 balls against Oman A (strike rate 160), 16 off 14 balls against Sri Lanka (strike rate 114.28), one off three balls against Ireland (strike rate 33.33), five off seven against Scotland (strike rate 71.42), six off seven against Oman (strike rate 85.71), 29 off 23 against Papua New Guinea (strike rate 126.08) and 16 off 16 against Sri Lanka in the first game of the Super 12 (strike rate 100).
As an opener in T20 format, Liton’s strike rate is nowhere near the standard range.