IPL 2021 – Halfway stage: 5 big records that can still be broken- One of the biggest T20 leagues around the world, IPL 2021 is underway. The cash-rich league is popular for its numerous milestone that is achieved by the batsmen, bowlers in the 7-week long tournament. The first phase of the IPL has been completed and we have already seen several big records being made, broken. They are Virat Kohli’s 6000 runs, AB De Villiers 5000 runs, David Warner’s 50th fifty, among others. In this article, we will discuss players who are on brink of achieving huge records in the remaining matches of IPL. They are Chris Gayle, Amit Mishra, Chris Morris, AB De Villiers, Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
Chris Gayle (PBKS)
Punjab Kings swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle is on the verge to complete 5,000 runs in the IPL. The 41-year-old already holds numerous records in the IPL. He can add another feather to his cap by becoming 3rd overseas player to complete 5,000 runs in IPL. He has scored 4,937 runs in 139 matches.
Amit Mishra (DC)
The Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra needs just 5 wickets to surpass Lasith Malinga (170 wickets) and become the IPL 2021 highest wicket-taker in the history of IPL.
Sunrisers Hyderabad pace spearhead Bhuvneshwar Kumar needs just 11 wickets to complete 150 wickets in IPL. He is expected to achieve the milestone and become the 6th bowler to achieve the feat in the cash-rich league.
AB De Villiers (RCB)
RCB legend AB De Villiers, who has already completed 5000 runs in IPL, needs just 5 sixes to reach 250 sixes in the IPL. He is already the second-leading sixes hitter in IPL after Chris Gayle (356*).
Chris Morris (RR)
RR and IPL’s costliest pacer ever to play in the league, Chris Morris needs just 9 wickets to complete his 100 wickets in the IPL. He has taken 91 wickets in 76 matches till date.
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