Top 5 IPL 2020 Fantasy Cricket Records That are Nearly Impossible to Break
Top 5 IPL 2020 Fantasy Cricket Records That are Nearly Impossible to Break

Records are something which are always meant to be broken. While some records break easily, some are meant to last. Here are 5 IPL records which are nearly impossible to break.

  1.  Highest number of runs scored in a over – 

The most elevated number of runs scored in a solitary over is 37 runs. It was by Chris Gayle for Royal Challengers Bangalore to Prasanth Parameswaran of Kochi Tuskers Kerala in the 2011 season. 

KTK set an objective of 126 for RCB at Bangalore. RCB openers Dilshan and Gayle scored nine runs in the first over and 20 in the second. In the third they scored more than the initial two. The third over was played by Chris Gayle and he hit four sixes and three fours to score 37 runs which included a no ball.

  1. Highest runs in an IPL season – 

While Virat Kohli is without a doubt perhaps the best cricketer on the planet, who has demonstrated it for quite a while in the wake of keeping up his incredible batting exhibitions in each arrangement, the righty completely performed bold batting in the IPL 2016. Prior to that season, Kohli never scored a T20 century in the IPL fantasy cricket, yet he crushed four centuries in the IPL match 2016.

Driving the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Kohli finished the IPL 2016 in the wake of scoring the record 973 runs in 16 matches with a normal of 81.08 and strike-pace of 152.03. Aside from four centuries, he likewise hit seven all the more half-hundreds of years in that competition. The second most runs in an IPL version were 848 runs by David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad) in that equivalent IPL season (2016).

  1. Playing most number of IPL finals –

Captain MS Dhoni is profoundly fruitful in IPL history as well. The wicket-attendant batsman Dhoni is holding the record of playing most IPL finals as he has played nine IPL finals – multiple times as a captain for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and once as a non-captain for the Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS).

Suresh Raina is in the second situation in this rundown as he has played eight IPL finals, for the CSK as a non-captain. Regardless of whether we consider that the CSK are playing the IPL match 2020 last and Dhoni is some way or another missing this last, Raina is showing up in it, at that point Raina will just figure out how to approach the record of Dhoni to play most IPL finals, i.e., multiple times.

  1. Most number of top four participations –

In spite of the fact that Mumbai Indians (MI) have won the most IPL prizes, the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) are the only side to never finish beneath the top four in an IPL season. The three-time IPL champs and eight-time IPL cricket match finalists CSK have consistently completed in the top four positions in all the ten IPL seasons.

While Chris Gayle has made extraordinary progress in each arrangement, the lefty is the ace in the T20 design. Not just he has scored most T20 runs (13296 runs) and furthermore hit most T20 hundreds of years (22), he is additionally holding the record of quickest T20-century which he figured out how to accomplish in the IPL 2013.

It was the 31st match of the IPL 2013 where Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Pune Warriors India (PWI) confronted each other at Bengaluru on 23rd April 2013. While the guests sent the hosts to bat first, Gayle first finished his fifty in only 17 balls and took 13 balls to arrive at the three-figure-score. Gayle not just finished that century in only 30 balls, he further proceeded with his risky batting and remained not out on 175 runs off only 66 balls – the most elevated individual score in T20 cricket history.

5. The Second Quickest T20 Century with Only 32 Balls –

The second-quickest T20 century was in 32 balls by the Delhi cricketer Rishabh Pant (against Himachal Pradesh at Delhi in 2018). Hence, the 30-ball T20 century is tremendously intense for any batsman to accomplish.