One overseas captain is lonely on seven Indian captains, in the fore front of this matter
Hyderabad Sunrisers captain Kane Williamson is continuously making runs for his team and against the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 46th match, he made this IPL seventh consecutive half-century. Kane is the only one of the other seven IPL teams to face the Indian captain and in many cases he is ahead of those captains.
Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson is ahead of all the IPL captains in the ongoing IPL matches. He played 12th match of this season of IPL against Chennai and his name is 544 runs at this time. Talking about the runs of other IPL captains, Bangalore's captain Virat Kohli is the second highest scorer with 466 runs in his name. The eight IPL captains have scored so many runs in the 11th season of the IPL.
Ken Williamson (Hyderabad) - 12 matches - 544 runs
Virat Kohli (Bangalore) - 11 matches - 466 runs
Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Chennai) - 12 matches - 413 runs
Shreyas Iyer (Delhi) - 12 matches - 386 runs
Dinesh Karthik (Kolkata) - 12 matches - 371 runs
Ajinkya Rahane (Rajasthan) - 12 matches - 280 runs
Rohit Sharma (Mumbai) - 12 matches - 267 runs
R Ashwin (Punjab) - 11 matches - 102 runs
Kane Williamson named the most fifty
Ken has scored 7 half-centuries in his 12 matches so far in this IPL. Although his best score is 84, he has not been able to score a century. Williamson has scored 544 runs at an average of 60.44 and his strike rate of 134.98. In this IPL, after Ken, the highest half-century by Lokesh Rahul, whose name is 5 half-centuries in 11 matches. Even in the matter of applying the half-century, Ken is ahead of other Indian captains of IPL.
Kane Williamson half-century against Chennai
Ken's bat is constantly speaking and its hallmark once again was seen in the IPL's 46th match against Chennai. Against Dhoni's team, Ken made 51 runs in 39 balls for the seventh half-century of the IPL. He scored 5 fours and two sixes in his innings. Kane Williamson has scored 46 fours and 18 sixes in this IPL so far. In this match against Chennai, he shared with his fellow opener Shikhar Dhawan for a fantastic 123-run partnership for the second wicket. Dhawan also scored 79 runs off 49 balls in this match. Hyderabad's score of 179 runs on the basis of the half-century of both of these batsmen.
Kane Williamson is a great captain
Williamson's team had to face defeat in their 12th match against Chennai but this team is still on number one with 18 points in the points table. In the captaincy of Kane, Hyderabad has won 9 out of 12 matches and has lost three in the series. The team of Hyderabad has almost reached the playoff.