The Indian Premier League has witnessed plenty of action, drama, thrill factors and twists and turns during the passage of the play. During such moments, some batters brought in A-game and defied the odds.
As a result, they went on to become one of the best in the business in the Indian Premier League. The cash-rich IPL has seen a plethora of batters carving out a reputation for themselves by providing good starts for the team.
In the process, they ended up creating milestones for themselves and helped the teams by bolstering the batting unit. In this article, we will now take a look at the four players with most top scores in the history of the IPL.
1. David Warner
David Warner comes first on this list with 59 top scores in IPL history. The experienced campaigner aggregated 5937 runs at an average of 42.11 including four centuries and 56 fifties. David Warner is also the third-leading run-scorer in the history of the Indian Premier League.
2. Rohit Sharma
Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma comes second on this list with as many as 52 top scores in the history of the IPL. Rohit Sharma is the fourth-leading run-scorer in IPL history with 5880 runs at an average of 30.15. Notably, he has slammed one century and 40 fifties to his credit.
3. Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan is one of the most underrated players in IPL history and often doesn’t get the credit he deserves. The experienced campaigner is one of the top-notch attacking players in the game. Punjab Kings captain comes third on the list with 51 top scores in IPL. Notably, he is also the second leading run-scorer in IPL history with 6284 runs at an average of 35.10 including 2 centuries and 47 fifties.
4. Virat Kohli
Former Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli is the leading run-scorer in the history of the IPL. The run machine scored 6706 runs at an average of 36.64 including five centuries and 45 fifties. He comes fourth on the list with as many as 50 top scores in the tournament.
Most Top Scores in IPL historyAdvertisement
59 – David Warner
52 – Rohit Sharma
51 – Shikhar Dhawan
50 – Virat Kohli*#ViratKohli | #IPL2023 | #RCBvMI
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