No bowler could get David Warner out to open. He remained on the field till the last over. Warner, who scored 92 runs in 58 balls, did not get a chance to play a single ball in the last over, otherwise he would have scored the fifth century of the IPL. Warner hit 12 fours and three sixes at a strike rate of 158.62.
89th fifty and broke Gayle’s record
In this excellent innings, Warner also broke many records. He now has 401 sixes in T20. Also, the most fifty (89) in T20 cricket history is also now in the name of David Warner, he overtook Chris Gayle (88). Former RCB captain and swashbuckling batsman Virat Kohli is at number three with 77 half-centuries. Australian captain Aaron Finch (70), who plays for KKR, comes at number four.
Fourth fifty in eight matches
In the mega auction held before the start of the season, David Warner was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 6.15 crore. David has been completely true to this trust. He is the most successful batsman of Delhi. Top scorer of the team. Today he scored his fourth fifty in eight matches. That is, he is scoring 50+ runs in every other innings. This was the 54th fifty of Warner’s IPL career.