Indian Premier League (IPL)

Players with most sixes in IPL history

Players with most sixes in IPL history

Players with most sixes in IPL history

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is the T20 tournament that is sizzled across India. The masses were awaited for the cash-rich league to get started as it faced numerous cancelations amidst the Coronavirus outbreak. As the extravaganza, IPL 2020, has started, the players are fancying their performances in different ways.

Either foreign players on local, they are known for their different records may it be having most purple or orange caps, hitting more sixes, having most fifties, having most hundreds. Let’s have a look at the list of the players who have smashed most sixes in the IPL history.

Chris Gayle:

No wonder, the list is topped by West Indies Chris Gayle of the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) with 326 sixes in the entire history of the cash-rich league. He is known as the Universe Boss for a reason that no other player has equaled his record. Notably, the player that plays next to him, has a huge difference of 106 sixes between him and Gayle.

AB De Villiers:

The South-Africa’s based De Villiers is second on the list who plays for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). He has hit 219 sixes till yet. It is astonishing to see that the top two players have their international bases. Luckily, MS Dhoni is third on the list and the first Indian with the most number of sixes in IPL. The rest of the list is drawn below:

Players with most sixes in IPL history

Position Player Team Sixes
1 Chris Gayle Kings XI Punjab 326
2 AB De Villiers Royal Challengers Bangalore 219
3 MS Dhoni Chennai Super Kings 213
4 Rohit Sharma Mumbai Indians 208
5 Suresh Raina Chennai Super Kings 194
6 Virat Kohli Royal Challengers Bangalore 193
7 Kieron Pollard Mumbai Indians 189
8 David Warner Sunrisers Hyderabad 186
9 Shane Watson Chennai Super Kings 185
10 Yusuf Pathan Sunrisers Hyderabad (Former Player) 158

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