Records are meant to be broken. In every year of the Indian Premier League (IPL), we experience many new records have been created by breaking the old records. The cricket fans are ready to experience similar things in the upcoming IPL 2020, which the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will host between 19th September and 10th November 2020.
However, there are some IPL records which are very hard to break soon, at least in the forthcoming IPL season.
Here we are talking about the top five IPL records which are unlikely to be broken in the IPL 2020
Prasanth Parameswaran conceding 37 runs in an over
During the 50th match of the IPL 2011, where Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) faced Kochi Tuskers Kerala (KTK) at Bengaluru on 8th May 2011, KTK left-arm pacer Prasanth Parameswaran conceded 37 runs in an over when the RCB opener Chris Gayle was batting. It was the only third over of the second innings of that match, where RCB were chasing 126 runs. In that over, Parameswaran conceded 4, 6+1nb, 4, 4, 6, 6 and 4 respectively to the left-handed batsman Gayle.
This record is still intact in the IPL history and we may see it in the same position after the IPL 2020. It is really tough to beat as the second-best record in the IPL history is conceding 33 runs in an over and that already happened twice in the IPL history.