IPL 2017: Best Batting and Bowling figures

 . Last updated on May 29, 2017, 11:59 AM
IPL 2017: Best Batting and Bowling figures
David Warner emerged as the highest scorer of the tournament with a total of 641 runs.


The highest individual scores this IPL season were from David Warner, Hashim Amla, Ben stokes and Sanju Samson. They are the centurions this tournament with Amla reaching the mark twice. David Warner’s knock of 126 against Kolkata Knight Riders was the highest of all. The batsman achieved a strike rate of 213.55 in the match. In the tournament, he hammered 8 sixes and 10 fours.

Hashim Amla scored 104 twice in the series. In the match against Mumbai Indians, he remained unbeaten. His strike rate this season was 173.33. Ben Stokes scored 103 in the match against Gujarat Lions, establishing himself as one of the best allrounders. Sanju Samson beat 103 off 63 in the match against Pune Supergiant.

Players with the best batting aggregates this IPL season are David Warner, Gautam Gambhir, Shikhar Dhawan, Steven Smith and Suresh Raina. Warner totaled 641 runs at an average of 58.27. He faced 452 balls in the tournament. Second down the lists is Gautam Gambhir with 498 runs with an average of 41.50. He had a strike rate of 128.02 in the tournament.

Next is Shikhar Dhawan totaling 479 at an average of 36.84. Australia skipper and captain of Rising Pune Supergiant scored 472 off 387 balls this season. His highest score was an unbeaten 84. Gujarat Lions captain Suresh Raina aggregated 442 runs at an average of 40.18.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar claimed 26 wickets this IPL with an economy of 7.05. He bowled 52.2 overs. Jaydev Unadkat bowled 45.5 overs taking down 24 wickets with an economy of 7.03 in the season. His best was 5 for 30, while, Kumar had 5 for 19 as his top figure. Jasprit Bumrah took 20 wickets in the tournament reaching the best figures of 3 for 7 runs. He bowled 59.2 overs at an economy of 7.41. Mitchell McClenaghan had 19 wickets at an economy of 9.38.

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