IPL 2020: David Warner named this special record with completion of Fifty

new Delhi: IPL may be among the cricket fans to name the names of Indian giants like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, but these people are equally loved by captaining Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) Australian cricketer David Warner also gets. This is because Warner’s performance in this league is the most sustained. On Thursday, in the match against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), Warner took a big record.

Made his 50th score of 50+ runs, became first cricketer in IPL
David Warner batted strongly against the Kings, scoring 52 runs in 40 balls. This was Warner’s 46th Fifty in the IPL. With this, he has become the first cricketer in the world to score more than 50 runs in IPL history. He also has 4 centuries to his name. After Warner, there is only Virat Kohli at the forefront of this competition, who has recorded 50+ scores so far in his account 42 times (37 fifty + 5 centuries). Apart from these two batsmen, Suresh Raina and Rohit Sharma scored 39-39 times (38 Fifty +1 centuries), AB de Villiers (Ab De Villiers) 38 times (35 Fifty + 3 centuries) and Shikhar Dhawan (Shikhar Dhawan). ) Has scored 50+ scores in IPL 37 times.

9th FIFT made against Kings
David Warner also set a record for crossing the score of 50 runs in the 9th consecutive match against Kings XI Punjab. He scored 58 runs (41 balls), 81 runs (52 balls), 59 runs (31 balls), 52 runs (41 balls), not out 70 runs (54 balls) in the last 8 matches against Kings from IPL-2015 to 2020. , Scored 51 runs (27 balls), not out 70 runs (62 balls) and 81 runs (56 balls).

Have made 7 consecutive fifty against RCB
Warner had earlier shown similar vigor against RCB like Kings. Warner made 7 Fifty in 7 consecutive matches against RCB from IPL-2014 to 2016. Meanwhile, against Chennai Super Kings, Warner made Fifty in 5 consecutive matches between IPL-2014 to 2019.

Bairstow-Warner’s opening pair completed 1000 runs
During the match, Warner completed 1000 runs in his partnership with Johnny Bairstow. The pair became the 7th opening pair to achieve this record in the IPL. The pair have completed their 1000 runs at an average of 66.86. The opening pair that added the most runs in IPL history was made by David Warner along with Shikhar Dhawan. The pair had added 2,220 runs at an average of 47.23.

These opening pairs have scored the most runs
Gautam Gambhir and Robin Uthappa scored 1478 runs at an average of 37.89, Brendon Mccullum and Dwayne Smith averaged 35.86 with 1363 runs, Mike Hussey and Murali. Vijay (Murli Vijay) scored 1360 runs at an average of 41.21, Chris Gayle and Virat Kohli scored 1210 runs at an average of 46.53, Gayle and KL Rahul (KL Rahul) scored 1,073 runs at an average of 41.26. Have done the act of connecting together while opening.

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