On Sunday (18th October) afternoon, Australian cricketer David Warner turned the quickest batsman (when it comes to the variety of innings) to finish 5000 IPL runs. The 33-year-old left-handed batsman can be the primary abroad cricketer to attain 5000 runs in IPL historical past.
On this afternoon, David Warner-led SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) was taking part in towards Eoin Morgan-led Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium (Abu Dhabi) within the 35th match of the IPL 2020. SRH skipper Warner determined to subject first after profitable the toss in that sport. On the finish of the primary innings, KKR scored 163/5 (20 overs).
David Warner full his 5000 IPL runs in 135 IPL innings
Earlier than this match, the left-handed batsman David Warner was 10 runs away to finish his 5000 IPL runs as he scored 4990 runs in 134 IPL innings. Through the second innings of the 35th match of the IPL 2020, Warner reached the 5000 runs milestone in IPL profession after coming to bat on the no.four place.
Warner turned the fourth batsman however first abroad cricketer to finish 5000 IPL runs. Whereas Suresh Raina was the primary cricketer to attain 5000 IPL runs through the opening match of the IPL 2019, Virat Kohli turned the second cricketer to achieve this milestone in simply 5 days later.
On 1st October 2020, Rohit Sharma turned the third cricketer to finish 5000 IPL runs. Now, Warner joined on this listing, who’s the primary abroad batsman to attain 5000 IPL runs.
Earlier than this match, Virat Kohli was holding the file of the quickest batsman to finish 5000 IPL runs as he reached that feat in 157 IPL innings. Warner broke that file on Sunday afternoon after finishing 5000 IPL runs in 135 innings.
Quickest to finish 5000 IPL runs
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