David Warner scored 516 runs in 14 games during the IPL 2023 season, good for an average of 36.85 and a strike rate of 131.63. This season, he had six scores of 50 or more, with an 86 being his highest.
On Saturday, David Warner, captain of the Delhi Capitals (DC), set a new record by being the player with the most Indian Premier League (IPL) seasons with 500 or more runs. This was accomplished by Warner in the Arun Jaitley Stadium in the nation’s capital during his team’s IPL 2023 match versus Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Warner looked like the old Warner again, scoring 86 runs off of 58 balls. Seven fours and five sixes made up his knock. His run production rate was 148.28 percent.
He has scored 516 runs at an average of 36.85 and a strike rate of 131.63 in 14 games played so far in IPL 2023. This season, he has six scores in the fifties, with an 86 being his best. This season, he has scored 6 runs, good for 6th place. He now holds the record for the most times by any batter in IPL history to reach the 500-run plateau, with this being his seventh time doing so.
His previous highs were 528 in 2014, 562 in 2015 (winning the Orange Cap for most runs), 848 in 2016, 641 in 2017, 692 in 2019, and 548 in 2020.
In 2011, he scored 557 runs, in 2013, he scored 634 runs, in 2015, he scored 505 runs, in 2016, he scored 973 runs and won the Orange Cap, in 2018, he scored 530 runs, and in 2023, he scored 538 runs.
In 2012, Shikhar Dhawan scored 569 runs; in 2016, he scored 501; in 2019, he scored 521; in 2020, he scored 618; and in 2021, he scored 587.
KL Rahul has achieved this feat on five separate occasions: in 2018 (659 runs), 2019 (593 runs), 2020 (670 runs, Orange Cap winner), 2021 (626 runs), and 2022 (616 runs).
Warner has scored more runs than any other non-Indian player in IPL history, and he ranks third overall. He has batted 6,397 times in 176 games, with an average of 41.54. This includes four centuries and 61 half-centuries. After Shikhar Dhawan (6,617 runs) and Virat Kohli (7,162 runs), he is third on the list.
CSK scored 223 runs in their 20 overs to win the game. With help from Shivam Dube (22 in 9 balls) and Ravindra Jadeja (20* in 7 balls), the opening partnership of 141 runs was put together by Conway (87 in 52 balls, with 11 fours and three sixes) and Gaikwad (79 in 50 balls, with three fours and seven sixes). A wicket was taken by Khaleel Ahmed, Chetan Sakariya, and Anrich Nortje.
David Warner, DC’s captain, scored 86 runs off 58 balls with seven fours and five sixes, but he received no help from the rest of his team as they fell short of their target of 224 runs in 20 overs.
For CSK, Deepak Chahar (3/22) stood up as the best bowler. Two wickets apiece were taken by Maheesh Theekshana and Matheesha Pathirana, while one was taken by Jadeja and Tushar Deshpande.
For his fifty, Gaikwad was named “Player of the Match.”
CSK has secured a postseason berth. After 14 games in the league stage, they finished in second place with a record of 8 wins, 5 losses, and 0 draws. They’re now sitting at 17 points. DC’s season ends with 5 wins, 9 losses, and 10 points after 14 games. As of right now, they are eighth in the standings.