David Warner came back to the Indian Premier League (IPL) in style as he pummeled his 40th 50 years of the competition amid the experience between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday.
Because of this fifty, Warner turned into the most astounding run scorer against KKR in the IPL with 762 runs. The past record had a place with Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma who has scored 757 runs.
The Australia opener, who was not part of a year ago's opposition in the wake of getting prohibited by Cricket Australia for his inclusion in the sandpaper discussion, looked in splendid structure against the KKR bowlers. He assaulted both Prasidh Krishna and Piyush Chawla from the earliest starting point and guided SRH to a splendid begin to their innings.
KKR kept changing bowlers however it had no impact on Warner's strokeplay as he played his characteristic amusement and alongside his opening accomplice Jonny Bairstow, he included 118 runs - the fourth best association for SRH ever.
With the Eden Gardens pitch not helping the bowlers much, Warner kept on playing bravely and with the assistance of nine fours and three sixes, the left-hander had the capacity to score 85 off 53 conveyances. In any case, his innings at last arrived at an end in the sixteenth over as Robin Uthappa destroyed off an extraordinary catch to send him back to the structure.
Subsequently, Warner fell 15 runs shy of turning into the third batsman to score four IPL hundreds of years after Virat Kohli and Shane Watson. Lords XI Punjab opener Chris Gayle drives the diagrams with six hundreds to his name.