Runs and tons increasing in IPL! 20 of 100 centuries scored since 2023 edition

Runs and tons increasing in IPL! 20 of 100 centuries scored since 2023 edition

Soon after Shubman Gill scoring the 100th one, Sai Sudharshan scored the 101st century of IPL

Since Brendon McCullum’s explosive 158* marked the start of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Bengaluru on April 18, 2008, it’s been quite a journey to reach the 100th-century milestone. Gujarat Titans skipper Shubman Gill achieved this feat against Chennai Super Kings at the Narendra Modi Stadium on May 10, 2024. Surprisingly, while it took 16 years for the initial 80 centuries, the last 20 came in just one year.

Virat Kohli leads the pack with an impressive eight centuries, closely followed by England’s Jos Buttler with seven. Chris Gayle follows with six, while Shubman Gill and KL Rahul each have four to their name.

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Most centuries in a single season in IPL 2024

As IPL 2024 heads towards its conclusion, it’s been a thrilling season for cricket fans, witnessing numerous high-scoring encounters with teams consistently hitting 200-250 runs. It’s no surprise that IPL 2024 has set a new record for the most centuries in a single season, currently standing at 14, surpassing the previous best of 12 set in 2023.

This surge in century-making could be attributed to the aggressive brand of cricket played in IPL 2024, with batsmen displaying remarkable skill and power-hitting abilities. The tournament has showcased some memorable performances, captivating fans with its sheer entertainment value.

Highest Opening Partnership in IPL: Shubman Gill, Sai Sudharsan equal highest opening stand in IPL History in GT vs CSK clash

As the excitement builds towards the playoffs, fans eagerly anticipate more fireworks on the field, with the race for the IPL Playoffs title heating up and the possibility of witnessing more centuries adding to the thrill of IPL 2024’s climax.


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