Top-5 bang records of the Indian Premier League 2020: Watch

    Top-5 bang records of the IPL 2020: The 13th season of the Indian Premier League 2020 is now the last tour. And the playoff race has become even stronger. Where the team of Mumbai Indians is present at number one in the table.

    At the same time, every time the team of Chennai Super Kings who reached the playoffs, got out of the playoff race this time. The ground is open for the remaining six teams except Mumbai Indians.

    In the current season, a lot of explosive innings have been played and many records have been seen. Today, we will tell about the explosive records in this article. If you have missed knowing this, then definitely watch.

    1- The first name in this list comes from Delhi Capitals opener batsman Shikhar. This Delhi Capitals batsman scored a back-to-back century in IPL 2020, which is a record in itself, so far no other batsman has done such a feat.

    Apart from this, he has also set a record in the matter of scoring half-centuries. He scored 57 runs in 33 balls against Rajasthan Royals on 14 October. With this, he is the first Indian batsman to score 39 centuries in IPL history.

    2- In this list, the name of Indian batsman and captain of Kings XI Punjab, Lokesh Rahul, comes at number two. Rahul became the first Indian batsman to score 500 runs in 3 consecutive seasons in IPL history.

    He has scored 641 runs in his 13 matches played so far in IPL 2020. He scored 593 runs last year and 659 runs in the year 2018.

    3- In this list, the name of Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner comes at number three. Warner has another record in the IPL. He became the first player in IPL cricket history to score more than 50 scores 50 times. He has so far scored 47 half-centuries and 4 centuries in IPL history.

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    4- In this list, the name of the Indian team and RCB team captain Virat Kohli comes at number four. In IPL history, his name holds the record for the most runs scored in a season.

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    Top-5 bang records of the Indian Premier League 2020 Watch

    However, on 3 October 2020, during the match against Rajasthan Royals, Virat Kohli went ahead and became the first batsman to make 5500 in the IPL. He played an unbeaten innings of 73 runs in 53 balls in this match.

    5- In this list, Punjab batsman Chris Gayle’s name comes at number five. Gail, known as Universal Boss, holds a new record in the IPL, which has not been broken by anyone yet.

    However, on 15 October, Kings XI Punjab batsman Chris Gayle set another record against RCB. Which can be called unique in every sense.

    In that match, he scored 53 runs in 45 balls. During these innings, Gayle became the first player in IPL history to score 10,000 runs through fours and sixes. He has become the first batsman to score 1000 sixes in T20 history in yesterday’s match against Rajasthan.

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