Jos Buttler goes past Chris Gayle, becomes second highest centurion in IPL | Cricket News

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NEW DELHI: Rajasthan RoyalsJos Buttler showcased his batting brilliance once again as he blazed his way to a magnificent unbeaten century, catapulting himself to the second position in the list of most hundreds in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Buttler’s scintillating innings not only earned him personal glory but also propelled his team to a thrilling 2-wicket win against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the match.

Buttler blasted his way to an unbeaten 60-ball 107 as Rajasthan pulled off the IPL’s biggest run chase by gunning down 224/8.
Surpassing the legendary Chris Gayle, who has six tons to his name, Buttler is now at second spot with seven hundreds only behind RCB star batter Virat Kohli’s eight centuries.
His century marked his ascent to the esteemed position, solidifying his reputation as one of the premier batsmen in the IPL. The Englishman’s achievement reflects his consistency and ability to deliver match-winning performances on the grand stage of T20 cricket.

Buttler’s century was a testament to his exceptional batting prowess, characterised by exquisite stroke play and impeccable timing. His innings left fans in awe and opponents in despair, as he effortlessly dominated the opposition bowling attack.
The milestone century adds another feather to Buttler’s cap, reaffirming his stature as a prolific run-scorer in the IPL. With his dynamic batting style and penchant for big scores, Buttler continues to be a formidable force in the tournament, capable of turning the tide of any match with his explosive batting display.

As Buttler etches his name in IPL history with yet another remarkable century, his contribution to the league’s legacy and his impact on the game of cricket are duly acknowledged and celebrated.

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