IPL 2020, KXIP versus RCB: Rahul arrived at his fifty off 36 balls and took only 26 more to get to the three-figure mark. His thump contained 14 fours and seven sixes, driving Kings XI Punjab to an amazing 206/3. Be that as it may, during his thump, Rahul claimed several noteworthy individual accomplishments.
KL Rahul created the main century of the IPL 2020 looting an unbeaten thump of 132 against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Thursday. What made the thump considerably more uncommon was not just the way that it was Rahul’s IPL hundred, yet the couple of noteworthy accomplishments he enrolled during his epic inning.
Rahul arrived at his fifty off 36 balls and took only 26 more to get to the three-figure mark. His thump contained 14 fours and seven sixes, controlling Kings XI Punjab to a noteworthy 206/3. Notwithstanding, during his thump, Rahul possessed two or three noteworthy individual accomplishments. The KXIP captain’s thump was the most elevated individual score by an IPL and furthermore the most noteworthy score enlisted by an Indian cricketer in the IPL.
Rahul surpassed David Warner’s 126 against Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2017 to possess the record for the most noteworthy individual score by a commander in the IPL. Behind Warner, it’s Virender Sehwag’s 119 for the Delhi Capitals (at that point Daredevils) at the third spot, trailed by Virat Kohli’s thumps of 113, 109 and 108* against Kings XI, Gujarat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiant separately, all scored during the 2016 version of the IPL.
As far as the most noteworthy individual IPL score by an Indian batsman, Rahul outperformed Rishabh Pant’s 128 against Sunrisers Hyderabad from IPL 2018, trailed by Murali Vijay’s 127 versus Rajasthan Royals in 2010, Sehwag’s 122 against Chennai Super Kings in 2014 and Paul Valthaty’s 120 not out against CSK in 2011.