In the fit, KL scored 68 off 61 balls. His knock consisted of 8 barriers. His runs got here at a strike price of 111.48.
In 210 fits and 197 innings, KL has scored 7,054 runs at a median of 42.49. He has scored six centuries and 61 fifties within the structure, with a perfect rating of 132*. His strike price in T20 is 136.20.
In 72 T20Is for India, Rahul has scored 2,265 runs at a median of 37.75. He has scored two centuries and 22 half-centuries on the world degree within the structure, with a perfect rating of 110*. He has scored runs at a strike price of 139.12.
In 116 IPL fits, a match wherein he has represented Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), Punjab Kings (PBKS) and LSG, he has scored 4,151 runs at a median of 47.17 and a strike price of 134.55. He has 4 centuries and 33 half-centuries in IPL, with a perfect rating of 132*.
Rahul is the quickest Indian to succeed in the milestone, attaining there in simply 197 innings. Virat Kohli (212 innings), Shikhar Dhawan (246 innings), Suresh Raina (251 innings) and Rohit Sharma (268 innings) are at the back of him.
His 2020 season with Punjab Kings used to be his maximum a success with the bat. He scored 670 runs in 14 fits at a median of 55.83. He scored one century and 5 fifties in that match and his runs got here at a strike price of 129.34. His perfect rating in that version of IPL used to be 132*. Rahul gained the ‘Orange Cap’ for scoring essentially the most runs in that season.