KL Rahul is now on the report books as he managed to attain 600+ runs in 4 completely different IPL seasons. On this 12 months’s IPL, he scored 616 runs in 15 innings at a median of 51.33. These runs have come at a strike price of 135.38. 4 50+ scores together with two Hundred are included in his bag. He led his group from the entrance by guiding Lucknow Tremendous Giants (LSG) into the eliminator of their maiden IPL season.
LSG skipper’s dream of profitable the IPL Trophy washed away in a single second after they acquired defeated by the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on the Eden Gardens in Kolkata within the eliminator by 14 runs. Chasing 208 runs on this excessive tense recreation, KL produced strong innings of 79 runs off 58 balls solely. However, his efforts went in useless as LSG did not cross the ultimate line. His highest rating of 103* runs off 62 balls got here towards Mumbai Indians this 12 months.
KL Rahul’s good IPL stats through the years
After this innings, the Indian batter turned the primary batter to attain 600+ runs in 4 completely different seasons within the historical past of IPL. Together with this season, the 30-year-old batter scored 626 runs in 13 matches of the 2021 season, 670 runs in 14 matches of the 2020 season, and 659 runs within the 2018 season. He fell seven runs in need of the 600 mark within the 2019 season by scoring 593 runs.
All these runs present that the Karnataka batter is probably the most constant batter in current occasions within the IPL whereas he managed to win the Orange Cup solely as soon as within the 2020 season. The event was performed within the United Arab Emirates that 12 months. Earlier than Rahul, two IPL greats Chris Gayle and David Warner have been on the highest of the checklist as they crossed the 600 run mark thrice on this event already. Now, KL Rahul has pushed them to the second spot by securing the highest spot by crossing that mark 4 occasions. This 12 months, he remained within the second spot within the race for Orange Cap behind Rajasthan’s Jos Buttler (718 runs).