3500 runs in IPL is a very big achievement for any player as IPL is no short than any of the big tournaments in cricket but in this article, we will see who are those top 5 players who achieved this thing fastest in increasing order. The order below is in terms of innings.
#5 AB De Villiers
At No.5 we have none other than the most famous overseas player in the history of IPL, south African legend AB De Villiers. AB De Villiers has its legacy in Indian Premiers League. He is very famous among Indian fans. It took him 119 innings to reach the 3500 runs mark.
#4 Suresh Raina
Mr. IPL, Suresh Raina is at No. 4 on our list as he is the fourth fastest to reach the 3500 runs mark in IPL. It took him only 119 innings to complete 3500 runs in IPL which is equal to AB De Villiers and the reason to put him above De Villers is simple he got more IPL career runs than De Villiers.
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#3 David Warner
Another overseas player on our list is none other than Mr. Consistent himself. David Warner got the name of Mr. Consistent through IPL where his records are amazing and you will find him in almost every stat of batting in IPL. It took him 103 innings to complete 3500 runs in IPL which is 3rd fastest by any player.
#2 Chris Gayle
In starting of his IPL career Chris Gayle was an absolute beast. He was dangerous as well as consistent. There is no need to define what Gayle has done in IPL and why he is special for Indian fans. Gayle completed his 3500 runs in only 95 innings of his IPL career which is a very impressive thing as he is the only second player to do it under 100 innings.
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#1 KL Rahul
Only the second Indian player on our list and also on the top, KL Rahul has been the most consistent batsman in the past few IPL seasons. Rahul has scored almost 600 runs in the past few seasons of IPL. Rahul is also currently the best T20I batsman in India. It took KL Rahul only 91 innings to complete his 3500 runs in IPL which is the fastest by any player in the history of the league.