David Warner scored 516 runs in 14 matches of the IPL 2023. Averaging 36.85 and using a 131.63 strike rate. This season, he scored six fifties with a best score of 86.
David Warner of the Delhi Capitals (DC) became the first player to score 500 runs or more in the majority of IPL (Indian Premier League) seasons on Saturday, making history for the sport.
In the national capital’s Arun Jaitley Stadium during his team’s IPL 2023 match against Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Warner accomplished this feat.
For Delhi Capitals, David Warner scored 516 runs to cap the IPL 2023 season
Warner scored 86 runs in just 58 balls during the game, regaining his old form. 7 fours and 5 sixes made up his knock. His runs had a strike rate of 148 points 28. With DC’s 516-run season, David Warner surpasses Virat Kohli to break a significant IPL record.
Warner is also the top run-scorer among international players and the third-highest run-maker in IPL history. He has scored 6,397 runs at an average of 41.54 in 176 games, including four centuries and 61 half-centuries.
In the game, CSK scored 223/3 off 20 overs. While Shivam Dube (22 in 9 balls) and Ravindra Jadeja (20* in 7 balls) made impactful cameos. And Conway made (87 in 52 balls, with 11 fours and three sixes).
Each of Anrich Nortje, Khaleel Ahmed and Chetan Sakariya secured a wicket. DC could only score 146/9 in their 20 overs in the 224-run chase thanks in large part to the struggles of captain David Warner (86 off 58 balls with seven fours and five sixes).
The bowler that CSK chose to use was Deepak Chahar (3/22). Jadeja and Tushar Deshpande each took one wicket, While Maheesh Theekshana and Matheesha Pathirana each took two.
Gaikwad won “Player of the Match” for his fifty. CSK has earned a spot in the postseason. With eight victories, five defeats and no results in 14 games. They finish second in the league stage.
They score a total of 17 points. DC finishes the season with 10 points after 14 games, five wins and nine losses. They are currently ranked ninth in the points standings.