Kings XI Punjab swashbuckling opener Chris Gayle on Monday turned into the quickest batsman to attain four,000 runs within the Indian Premier League (IPL), achieving the landmark with a unmarried in opposition to the Rajasthan Royals at Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur.
He’s now the second one out of the country participant after Australia’s David Warner to succeed in this landmark.
Gayle has scored four,073 runs from 113 IPL fits at a median of 41.56.
— Kings XI Punjab (@lionsdenkxip) March 25, 2019
The Universe Boss additionally holds the file for the very best particular person rating within the IPL. His improbable 175 now not out off 66 balls in opposition to the now-defunct Pune Warriors India in 2013 surpassed former Kolkata Knight Riders opener Brendon McCullum, who smashed unbeaten 158 off 73 balls in opposition to Royal Challengers Bangalore on the Chinnaswamy Stadium in 2008.
Gayle is the quickest a few of the 9 avid gamers to finish 4000 IPL runs. He took 112 innings to succeed in this milestone; two not up to Warner (114) who used to be the former quickest.
Some of the Indian avid gamers, Virat Kohli is the quickest to succeed in 4000 IPL runs as he took simplest 128 innings. He used to be the as soon as quickest participant to breach the 4000-run mark within the IPL. Closing six Indian avid gamers took 140 or extra innings to finish 4000 IPL runs.
Quickest to 4000 runs within the IPL
- Chris Gayle – 113 fits (112 innings)
- David Warner- 114 fits (114 innings)
- Virat Kohli-136 fits (128 innings)
- Gautam Gambhir-141 fits (140 innings)
- Suresh Raina-144 fits (140 innings)
- Shikhar Dhawan-142 fits (141 innings)
- Rohit Sharma-152 fits (147 innings)
- Robin Uthappa-159 fits (153 innings)
- MS Dhoni-173 fits (157 innings)
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