KL Rahul tops the Orange Cap race, becomes the player with the most half-centuries in the tournament since 2018

The current Indian test opener has smashed the most number of the fifties in the Indian Premier League since the year 2018, with his fabulous performance and consistency batting all over.

The Indian Premier League is no doubt been one of the best T20 league tournaments, the entire world has ever seen. It is one of the most gifted and prestigious tournaments, especially for youngsters who have the time and chance to showcase their talent and performance with the ball and bat throughout the entire season. Youngsters and experienced players all clash in this heavyweight tournament conducted since the year 2009. Since the year 2018, it’s been seen that most of the elite rank batsman’s have shown their skills, but there’s one in the name of KL Rahul who has not only been close to the orange cap but only been the player to score 24 half-centuries in the last three years of the IPL tournament. He has certainly impressed all the fans with his supreme batting.

KL Rahul has always been a player who carries a lot of momentum during his batting, but also a very successful captain to the team franchise who has put a lot of trust in him. He has delivered some magnificent knocks including a few centuries in his IPL career. When it comes to knocking half centuries, no one has been close to him just because he is one of those players who carry the entire team till a classic match-winner.

Following the list of the most half centuries since 2018, in the second spot is Ab de Villiers with 18 in his belt, also famously known as Mr 360, with Shikhar Dhawan taking the third place with 18 half-centuries, followed by Australian opener David Warner with 15 half-centuries and lastly Kiwi captain, Kane Williamson with 14 half-centuries.

KL Rahul makes the top of the list with 24 centuries since 2018 making him the most dangerous batsman as his shots are flying all over the stadium. He is one of the best batsmen, this tournament has ever seen.

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