5 Biggest IPL Records by Gautam Gambhir

Gautam Gambhir is presently retired from all types of cricket. While his regard and commitment at the global level are advantageous, he was additionally a dangerous batter and an uplifting chief in his IPL vocation. he surely made some records. We will talk about 5 of the greatest IPL records held by Gautam – Gauti.

5 biggest IPL records by Gautam Gambhir

Here are the 5 biggest IPL records held by Gautam Gambhir:

5. Most progressive successes in a solitary season as a chief

KKR hold the record for most back to back wins in an IPL season, which they accomplished in IPL 2014 under the administration of Gambhir. That run in the end finished in their second IPL triumph. So, Gambhir has the record of being a commander with the most sequential successes at IPL 9.

4. 184* – Highest opening organization in IPL

During the third match of the 2017 IPL season, the Gujarat Lions proceeded to score 183 for the deficiency of 4 wickets after being asked in to bat first. KKR, accordingly, accomplished the objective in just the fifteenth over, with 31 balls to extra and 10 wickets close by. Gambhir scored 76 not out from 48 balls, while Chris Lynn who was likewise given the Man of the Match for his knock of 93* off 41 balls.

3. Most fours in IPL

Gautam Gambhir likewise holds the record of hitting the most significant number of fours in IPL. The southpaw has hit 491 fours of every 152 innings and is solidly on the top. The nearest opponent to him is his Delhi mate Shikhar Dhawan with 459 fours to his name.

2. Most half-centuries in IPL

Gambhir additionally holds the record of scoring the most number of the fifties throughout the entire existence of IPL. Gambhir has 36 half-hundreds to his name in 152 innings. His top score in IPL is 93 runs which he scored in the 2012 IPL version.

1. Most runs without scoring any century

Gautam Gambhir likewise holds the record for most runs scored by a batter without hitting a century. Gambhir has played 154 IPL matches, and in 152 innings, he has scored 4218 runs at a normal of 31 with 36 half-hundreds. Nonetheless, this southpaw couldn’t hit a century during his profession, and his best was 93.

*some of these records are now broken by others but remember he was the first one to establish them.

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