Chris Gayle fastest to 4000 runs in Indian Premier League history

first_imgChris Gayle fastest to 4000 runs in Indian Premier League historyIPL 2019: Chris Gayle scored 4000 IPL runs from 112 innings to become the fastest man to reach the landmark in the IPL. David Warner held the record previously when he reached 4000 IPL runs in his 114th innings. commentary Rajarshi Gupta JaipurMarch 25, 2019UPDATED: March 25, 2019 21:09 IST Chris Gayle also holds the record for the highest individual score in the IPL (BCCI Photo)HIGHLIGHTSChris Gayle reached 4000 IPL runs in his 112th innings, the fastest to reach the milestoneChris Gayle is the 2nd overseas player after David Warner to score 4000 runs in the IPLChris Gayle is the only man with 5 hundreds in the IPLChris Gayle on Monday broke David Warner’s record to become the fastest player to reach 4000 runs in the Indian Premier League. Warner, who plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad, reached the milestone in his 114th innings and became the first overseas player to get to 4000 IPL runs. Gayle stormed to 4000 runs in only his 112th innings and 113th match.Chris Gayle is the second overseas player after David Warner to join the elite club. Overall, Gayle is the 9th batsman to score 4000 runs in the IPL. Three years ago, Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli became the first player to score 4000 runs in the IPL.During the 2019 season opener on Saturday, Chennai Super Kings run-machine Suresh Raina beat Kohli to become the first man to score 5000 runs in the Indian Premier League.4000 IPL runs for the #UniverseBossHe becomes the second overseas player to achieve this feat pic.twitter.com/9COoo5kLV9IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) March 25, 2019Chris Gayle first played for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL in 2009. He played a few seasons for Royal Challengers Bangalore before moving to Kings XI Punjab in 2018. In 11 matches last year, Gayle scored 368 runs including a hundred and 3 fifties.Overall, Gayle has scored 6 hundreds – the most by any player in the Indian Premier League. He also has 24 fifties in the IPL.Chris Gayle also holds the record for the highest individual score in the IPL – an unbeaten 175 against Pune Warriors in 2013.Gayle was at his best from 2011 to 2013. In 2011, he scored 608 runs from 12 matches before scoring 733 runs in 15 matches next year. In 2013, Gayle scored 708 runs from 16 matches including that barnstorming 175 not out.advertisementIn his last season for Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2017, Chris Gayle scored 200 runs from 9 matches. Later, Virat Kohli said RCB let go of Gayle because his team wanted to look at the future and decided to infuse new people.Also Read | Chris Gayle far from a spent force, he is very confident, says KXIP coach HessonAlso Read | KXIP donate Rs 25 lakh to families of five CRPF soldiers killed in Pulwama attackAlso Read | RR vs KXIP Live Score, IPL 2019For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Chris GayleFollow Kings XI PunjabFollow IPL 2019Follow RR vs KXIPFollow Chris Gayle 4000 runs graphs advertisementcenter_img view more view less scorecard No data available!last_img read more

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And a Cherry On Top: 5 of the Best Cocktail Cherries

first_img How to Make a Whiskey Sour Easy 3-Ingredient Cocktails You Can Master The Best American Liqueur 5 Classic Whiskey Cocktails You Should Know How to Make A cherry on top of an ice cream sundae is okay, but there are few things as satisfying as a cherry at the bottom of a cocktail glass. We’re not talking about your run-of-the-mill cherries, either, because the cherry you use in your Manhattan does matter.(Forget how to make a Manhattan? Check out this video.)Like we said, these aren’t the sickly sweet, fluorescent red cherries you find on top the whipped cream or in restaurant Cherry Coke (and, sometimes, in a poorly-made cocktail). Somehow those fake cherries (we use the word ‘fake’ literally here) sat atop the cocktail heap for decades. Not anymore, though, as other producers are bringing real cherries with real flavor to bars across the world.Whether they’re candied or preserved in some form of booze, these are the best cocktail cherries you can buy for your next drink.Luxardo, The Original Maraschino CherriesFrom Italy, these sweet cherries have certainly recently captured the cocktail world — and even the culinary world — by storm. It’s for good reason, they’re the “original,” according to the label and company story. The intense flavor, including beautiful almond notes, can leave some weak in the knees. Unlike the red cherries of the ice cream parlor, these fruits come in an almost-purple hue. They also come with a pretty steep price tag — Williams Sonoma sells a single jar for $20. They’re worth it, though, as they come from an Italian distillery making the famed cherry-flavored liqueur, Maraschino. They then created the OG maraschino cherry by candying the cherries in the fruit’s juice and sugar.Traverse City Whiskey Co. Premium Cocktail CherriesHailing from the Cherry Capital of the World, it only makes sense Traverse City Whiskey makes an American Cherry Whiskey — which smells sweet and cherry-like, but goes down instead with just a hint of the fruit — and this year it extended the line to include actual candied cherries. Not surprisingly, the cherries are all grown in Northern Michigan and are slow cooked after a soak in bourbon. Don’t worry, though, the alcohol cooks off still leaving a nice essence (unless the lack of bourbon is what worries you, then it’s time to panic).Fabbri Amarena CherriesThis brand is also making its way across the country on bar tops, at least in part to the fancy, aesthetically-pleasing blue and white jars they’re stored in. Fabbri Amarena Cherries tend to be a bit smaller and fruitier than the Luxardos, but;like the Luxardo cherries, Fabbri also stakes a claim dating their production back to 1905. The company makes a wide range of products for use in professional and home settings. If you can’t find these, Trader Joe’s also sells Pitted Amarena Cherries, a great cheap alternative.Toschi Sour CherriesThere’s certainly something about the cherries made in Italy. Toschi has been making their black sour cherries (what they are most famous for) for more than 65 years in addition to a variety of other cherries that are stored in syrup or spirit. These sour cherries are stoned and slightly sweetened, then packed in a delectable syrup that functions just as well as a cocktail ingredient on its own. Toschi also makes a line of other fruits preserved in alcohol, including Nocino and Lemoncello — which they also sell. Beyond liqueurs, Toschi is known for both their gelato and their balsamic vinegar of Modena. The brand’s jars are reminiscent of Fabbri, but red and white.Griottines Brandy Soaked CherriesGriottines are made by a distillery in France with Oblachinska Morello cherries going through a six-month period of macerations in liqueur. The strict process — the cherries must begin their process within six hours of picking — is detailed on the company’s website. The final stage is the addition of kirsch, a cherry brandy also known as cherry water. The fruits are packaged at the end of the process with the liqueurs, coming in at 15 percent alcohol by volume, so a snack session on these could take place of the actual cocktail. Editors’ Recommendations The Best Whiskey for Whipping Up a Whiskey Sour last_img read more

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Rise of the rushed supper as increasing numbers of restaurants put 90minute

As part of the new trend to get diners in and out quickly The Telegraph found that when attempting to reserve a table at some of the most sought-after restaurants in London, most offered a maximum of 90 minutes per sitting. Restaurants such as Novikov, Sushisamba, and Aqua Shard, where a meal can cost upwards of £100 a head, all impose a time limit on tables, regardless of how much is spent on the meal. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The days of leisurely eating an evening meal are over as a growing number of top restaurants have started rushing suppers as they put time limits on tables.   Ryan Simpson, the chef and owner of Orwells in Henley-on-Thames, who formerly held a Michelin star, told The Telegraph he thought it was…–– ADVERTISEMENT –– read more

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