Stats highlights of Match No 20 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 20 of IPL 2020

Bangalore {201 for 3} and Mumbai {201 for 5} posted team totals of 200 plus runs to provide the 99th and 100th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Bangalore {201 for 3} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the 19th occasion of Bangalore posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Mumbai {201 for 5} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the twelfth occasion of a Mumbai posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Bangalore {201 for 3} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the seventh occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament against Mumbai.

Mumbai {201 for 5} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the 15th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament against Bangalore

Bangalore {201 for 3} and Mumbai {201 for 5} posted team totals of 200 plus runs to provide the 25th occasion of  both teams posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Mumbai {201 for 5} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the 27`th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs batting second in the tournament

This game ended in a tie to provide the eleventh tied game of the tournament. All the tied games are tabulated below

NoTeamTeam 2GroundDate
1KolkataRajasthanCape Town23.04.09
2ChennaiPunjabChennai21.03.10
3SunrisersBangaloreHyd-RGS07.04.13
4BangaloreDelhiBangalore16.04.13
5KolkataRajasthanAbu Dhabi29.04.14
6RajasthanPunjabAhmedabad21.04.15
7GujaratMumbaiRajkot29.04.17
8KolkataDelhiDelhi30.03.19
9MumbaiSunrisersMum-WS02.05.19
10DelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.09.20
11BangaloreMumbaiDub-DSC28.09.20

This game ended in a tie to provide the third tied game of the tournament involving Bangalore. All such games are tabulated below

NoTeamTeam 2GroundDate
1SunrisersBangaloreHyd-RGS07.04.13
2BangaloreDelhiBangalore16.04.13
3BangaloreMumbaiDub-DSC28.09.20

This game ended in a tie to provide the third tied game of the tournament involving Mumbai. All such games are tabulated below

NoTeamTeam 2GroundDate
1GujaratMumbaiRajkot29.04.17
2MumbaiSunrisersMum-WS02.05.19
3BangaloreMumbaiDub-DSC28.09.20

D Padikkal and AJ Finch scored 54 and 52 runs in this game to provide the 54th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in the same innings in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of both the Bangalore openers scoring fifties in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPosBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
101CH Gayle57BanDecPuneMCA11.05.12
 02TM Dilshan53BanDecPuneMCA11.05.12
        
201CA Pujara51BanPunMohali06.05.13
 02CH Gayle62BanPunMohali06.05.13
        
301CH Gayle73BanPunBangalore18.05.16
 02V Kohli113BanPunBangalore18.05.16
        
401CH Gayle76BanSunBangalore29.05.16
 02V Kohli54BanSunBangalore29.05.16
        
501CH Gayle77BanGujCuttack18.04.17
 02V Kohli64BanGujCuttack18.04.17
        
601D Padikkal54BanMumDubDSC28.09.20
 02AJ Finch52BanMumDubDSC28.09.20

It also provides the sixth occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in the tournament against Mumbai. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPosBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
101BB McCullum81KocMumMumWS15.04.11
 02Jayawardene56KocMumMumWS15.04.11
        
201Jayawardne55DelMumDelhi27.04.12
 02V Sehwag73DelMumDelhi27.04.12
        
301Jayawardene59DelMumDelhi21.04.13
 02V Sehwag95*DelMumDelhi21.04.13
        
401KL Rahul100*PunMumMumbai10.04.19
 02CH Gayle63PunMumMumbai10.04.19
        
501S Gill76KolMumKolkata28.04.19
 02CA Lynn54KolMumKolkata28.04.19
        
601D Padikkal54BanMumDubDSC28.09.20
 02AJ Finch52BanMumDubDSC28.09.20

V Kohli was dismissed for 3 in this game to provide the 38th occasion of his being dismissed for a single digit {zero to nine runs} in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of his being dismissed for exact three runs in the tournament.

V Kohli was dismissed for 3 in this game to provide the 24th occasion of his being dismissed for a single digit {zero to nine runs} in the tournament while leading Bangalore It also provides the third occasion of his being dismissed for exact three runs in the tournament while leading Bangalore

AB de Villiers scored 55 not out in this game to provide the 177th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 16th occasion of a Bangalore wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of a Bangalore wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against Mumbai in the tournament.

JL Pattinson returned with figures of none for 51 in this game to provide the 159th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 18th occasion of a Mumbai bowler conceding 50 plus runs in the tournament.

JL Pattinson returned with figures of none for 51 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a Mumbai bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament against Bangalore.

JL Pattinson returned with figures of none for 51 in this game to provide the 70th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Mumbai bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in the tournament.

JL Pattinson returned with figures of none for 51 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a Mumbai bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in an innings in the tournament against Bangalore.

A Zampa returned with figures of one for 53 in this game to provide the 160th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 24th occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding 50 plus runs in the tournament.

A Zampa returned with figures of one for 53 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament against Mumbai.

JL Pattinson returned with figures of none for 51 and A Zampa returned with figures of one for 53 in this game to provide the 17th occasion of rival bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament.

Ishan Kishan scored 99 in this game to provide the 62nd occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of Mumbai batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament.

Ishan Kishan scored 99 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety nine in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of batsman dismissed for ninetynine in the tournament.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1SK Raina99*CheSunHydRGS08.05.13
2CH Gayle99*PunBanMohali13.04.19
3V Kohli99BanDelDelhi10.05.13
4PP Shaw99DelKolDelhi30.03.19
5I Kishan99MumBanDubDSC28.09.20

I Kishan and KA Pollard added 119 runs in this game to provide the 203rd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament. It also provides the 25th occasion of Mumbai batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament. It also provides the tenth occasion of  batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket in the tournament.

P Nagi pouched three catches in this game to became the first substitute fielder to pouch three catches in the tournament.

KA Pollard pouched two catches in this game which fetched him 295 catches in T20 games. He needs five more catches for his 300 catches to become the first fieldsman other than the wicket keepers to pouch 300 plus catches.

KA Pollard’s two catches in this game fetched him an aggregate of 85 cathces in the tournament. He now shares the second place jointly with AB de Villiersin the list of fieldsmen who have pouched most catches in the tournament. SK Raina occupies the first place with 102 catches.

RG Sharma’s lone catch in this game fetched him an aggregate of 84 catches in the tournament. He now occupies the third place in the list of fieldsmen who have pouched most catches in the tournament. SK Raina occupies the first place with 102 catches while AB de Villiers and KA Pollard share the second place with 85 catches.

AB de Villiers’ 55 not out in this game represent his 38th fifty in the tournament. He now occupies the fourth place jointly with RG Sharma in the list of batsmen who have scored most fifties in the tournament. DA Warner {48}, V Kohli {39} and SK Raina {38} occupy the first three places.

Stats highlights of Match No 09 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 09 of IPL 2020

Punjab {223 for 2} and Rajasthan {226 for 4} posted team totals of 200 plus runs to provide the 97th and 98th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Punjab {223 for 2} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the 14th occasion of Punjab posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Rajasthan {226 for 4} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the ninth occasion of a Rajasthan posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Punjab {223 for 2} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the 11th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament against Rajasthan.

Rajasthan {226 for 4} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the 17th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament against Punjab

Punjab {223 for 2} and Rajasthan {226 for 4} posted team totals of 200 plus runs to provide the 24th occasion of  both teams posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Rajasthan {226 for 4} posted team total of 200 plus runs to provide the 26th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs batting second in the tournament

Rajasthan won this game by four wickets chasing a total of 222 to become the team chasing the highest target in the history of IPL. The previous best chased target was 215 set by Deccan Chargers against Rajasthan at Hyd-RGS on 24.04.08 in the inaugural edition of the tournament. Rajasthan had won this game by three wickets. Rajasthan’s chase of 222 runs in this game was one of ten games chased by a team when the target was 200 plus runs.

Rajasthan became the third team to win an IPL game on two or more occasions chasing a target was 200 plus runs. Other two teams are Punjab {03} and Bangalore {02}

KL Rahul and MA Agarwal posted a partnership of 183 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 202nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament. It also provides 68th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in the tournament. It also provides 26th occasion of Punjab batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament.

KL Rahul and MA Agarwal posted a partnership of 183 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of batsmen posting 150 plus in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in the tournament and provides the third best for the first wicket in the tournament.

NoPartnersRunsTeamOppnGroundDate
1Warner/Bairstow185SunBangHydRGS31.03.19
2Gambhir/CA Lynn184*KolGujRajkot07.04.17
3KL Rahul/Agarwal183PunRajSharjah27.09.20

It is interesting to note that these three partnerships are in the descending order starting from 185.

MA Agarwal scored 106 in this game to provide the 60th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in the tournament. It also provides the 12th occasion of a Punjab batsman scoring a century in the tournament. It also provides the 25th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in the tournament.

MA Agarwal’s 106 contained ten boundary fours to provide the 32nd occasion of a batsman scoring ten or more boundary fours while scoring a century in the tournament.

MA Agarwal’s 106 was in a losing cause to provide the 12th occasion of a batsman’s century going in vain in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
1A Symonds117*DecRajHyd-RGS24.04.08
2YK Pathan100RajMumMum-BS13.03.10
3Tendulkar100*MumKocMumbai15.04.11
4WP Saha115*PunKolBangalore01.06.14
5V Kohli100*BanGujRajkot24.04.16
6SPD Smith101RPunGujPune-MCA29.04.16
7HM Amla104*PunMumIndore20.04.17
8RR Pant128*DelSunDelhi10.05.18
9SV Samson102*RajSunHyd-RGS29.03.19
10KL Rahul100*PunMumMumbai10.04.19
11AM Rahane105*RajDelJaipur22.04.19
12M Agaarwal106PunRajSharjah27.09.20

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Punjab batsman’s century going in vain in the tournament. All the three occasions are listed below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
1WP Saha115*PunKolBangalore01.06.14
2HM Amla104*PunMumIndore20.04.17
3KL Rahul100*PunMumMumbai10.04.19
4M Agaarwal106PunRajSharjah27.09.20

It also provides the second occasion of a batsman’s century going in vain against Rajasthan in the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
1A Symonds117*DecRajHyd-RGS24.04.08
2M  Agaarwal106PunRajSharjah27.09.20

It also provides the sixth occasion of an opening batsman’s century in a losing cause in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPosBatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
101V Kohli100*BanGujRajkot24.04.16
201HM Amla104*PunMumIndore20.04.17
301KL Rahul100*PunMumMumbai10.04.19
401AM Rahane105*RajDelJaipur22.04.19
502Tendulkar100*MumKocMumbai15.04.11
602M Agaarwal106PunRajSharjah27.09.20

MA Agarwal’s 106 represent the highest individual score by an opening batsman in a losing cause in the tournament. The previous best was 105 not out by Rajasthan’s AM Rahane against Delhi at Jaipur on 22.04.19

NoPosBatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
102M Agaarwal106PunRajSharjah27.09.20
201AM Rahane105*RajDelJaipur22.04.19

MA Agarwal scored his hundred in 45 minutes. It represents one of the 17 fastest hundreds scored in less than 50 deliveries in the tournament

NoPlayerBallsMatchVenueDate
1CH Gayle30Bangalore v PuneBangalore23.04.13
2YK Pathan37Rajasthan v MumbaiMumbai13.03.10
3DA Miller38Punjab v BangaloreMohali06.05.13
4AC Gilchrist42Deccan  v MumbaiMumbai27.04.08
5AB de Villiers43Bangalore v GujaratBangalore14.05.16
6DA Warner43Sunrisers v KolkataHyderabad30.04.17
7ST Jayasuriya45Mumbai v ChennaiMumbai14.05.08
8MA Agarwal45Punjab v RajasthanSharjah27.09.20
9M Vijay46Chennai  v RajasthanChennai03.04.10
10CH Gayle46Bangalore v PunjabBangalore06.05.11
11CH Gayle46Bangalore v PunjabBangalore06.05.15
12A Symonds47Deccan v RajasthanHyderabad24.04.08
13AB de Villiers47Bangalore v MumbaiMumbai10.05.15
14V Kohli47Bangalore v PunjabBangalore18.05.16
15V Sehwag48Delhi  v DeccanHyderabad05.05.11
16Q de Kock48Delhi  v BangaloreBangalore17.04.16
17WP Saha49Punjab v KolkataBangalore01.06.14

MA Agarwal scored his hundred in 45 minutes. It represents one of the three fastest hundreds scored by Punjab batsman in less than 50 deliveries in the tournament

NoPlayerBallsMatchVenueDate
1DA Miller38Punjab v BangaloreMohali06.05.13
2MA Agarwal45Punjab v RajasthanSharjah27.09.20
3WP Saha49Punjab v KolkataBangalore01.06.14

KL Rahul {69} and MA Agarwal {106} scored fifties in this game to provide the 53rd occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in the same innings in the tournament. It also provides the seventh occasion of both the openers from Punjab scoring fifties in the tournament. All the secen occasions are tabulated below

NoPosBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
101SE Marsh60PunDecMohali23.05.08
 02Sangakkara50PunDecMohali23.05.08
        
201SE Marsh115PunRajMohali28.05.08
 02JR Hopes51PunRajMohali28.05.08
        
301RS Bopara77PunBanBangalore16.03.10
 02MS Bisla75PunBanBangalore16.03.10
        
401AC Gilchrist61PunDecHyd-RGS16.04.11
 02PC Valthaty75PunDecHyd-RGS16.04.11
        
501M Vijay53PunRPunMohali16.04.16
 02M Vohra51PunRPunMohali16.04.16
        
601KL Rahul60PunKolKolkata21.04.18
 02CH Gayle62*PunKolkKolkata21.04.18
        
701KL Rahul69PunRajSharjah27.09.20
 02M Agarwal106PunRajSharjah27.09.20

KL Rahul {69} and MA Agarwal {106} scored fifties in this game to provide the fifth occasion of one of the opener scoring half century and another opener scoring a century in the same innings in the tournament. It also provides the secondS occasion of Punjab openers performing such a feat in the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below. It is interesting to note that both these occasions are against Rajasthan.

NoPosBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
101SE Marsh115PunRajMohali28.05.08
 02JR Hopes51PunRajMohali28.05.08
        
201KL Rahul69PunRajSharjah27.09.20
 02M Agarwal106PunRajSharjah27.09.20

SD Cottrell {one for 53} and Mohammad Shami {3 for 52} conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the 157th and 158th occasion of bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 27th and 28th occasion of Punjab bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the fourth and fifth occasion of Punjab bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament against Rajasthan in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerWRTeamOppGroundDate
1M Kartik151PunRajSharjah20.04.14
2BE Hendricks057PunRajMohali23.05.14
3SM Curran252PunRajJaipur25.03.19
4SS Cottrell152PunRajSharjah27.09.20
5Mohd Shami353PunRajSharjah27.09.20

SD Cottrell {one for 53} and Mohammad Shami {3 for 52} conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of two bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in the same innings in the tournament.  It also provides the third such occasion by Punjab bowlers in the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerWRTeamOppGroundDate
1M Sharma251PunSunMohali19.04.18
2R Ashwin053PunSunMohali19.04.18
        
1AS Rajpoot152PunMumMumbai10.04.19
2SM Curran154PunMumMumbai10.04.19
        
1SS Cottrell152PunRajSharjah27.09.20
2Mohd Shami353PunRajSharjah27.09.20

Mohammad Shami became the fourth bowler in the tournament to capture three or more wickets conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. The following table lists all the four bowlers.

NoPlayerWRTeamOppGroundDate
1M Morkel350DelPuneDelhi21.04.12
2K’veer Singh454PunKolBangalore01.06.14
3H’bhajan Singh357ChePunMohali05.05.19
4Mohd Shami353PunRajSharjah27.09.20

Mohammad Shami became the second Punjab bowler in the tournament to capture three or more wickets conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament after Karanveer Singh. The following table lists all the four bowlers.

NoPlayerWRTeamOppGroundDate
1K’veer Singh454PunKolBangalore01.06.14
2Mohd Shami353PunRajSharjah27.09.20

KL Rahul {69} and SPD Smith {50} scored fifties in the tournament to provide the 251st and 252nd occasion of captains scoring fifties in the tournament.

KL Rahul {69} scored fifty in the tournament to provide the 20th occasion of Punjab captain scoring fifties in the tournament. SPD Smith {50} scored fifty in the tournament to provide the 15th occasion of a Rajasthan captain scoring fifties in the tournament.

KL Rahul {69} scored fifty in the tournament to provide the 20th occasion of a captain scoring fifties in the tournament against Rajasthan. SPD Smith {50} scored fifty in the tournament to provide the 37th occasion of a captain scoring fifties in the tournament against Punjab

KL Rahul {69} and SPD Smith {50} scored fifties in the tournament to provide the 15th occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in the tournament.

KL Rahul {69} and SPD Smith {50} scored fifties in the tournament to provide the sixth occasion of rival captain openers scoring fifties in the tournament. All the six occasions are tabulated below.

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1R Dravid57RajDelJaipur01.05.12
2V Sehwag73DelRajJaipur01.05.12
       
1R Sharma98*MumiKolKolkata08.04.15
2Gambhir57KolMumKolkata08.04.15
       
1V Kohli75BanSunBangalore12.04.16
2Warner58SunBanBangalore12.04.16
       
1Gambhir64KolMumKolkata13.04.16
2R Sharma84*MumKolKolkata13.04.16
       
1Warner69SunBanBangalore29.05.16
2V Kohli54BanSunBangalore29.05.16
       
1KL Rahul69PunRajSharjah27.09.20
2S Smith50RajPunSharjah27.09.20

SPD Smith scored 50 runs in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a captain scoring exact 50 runs in the tournament.

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1AC Gilchrist50DecPunMohali23.05.08
2Yuvraj Singh50PunBanDurban01.05.09
3V Sehwag50DelMumCenturion21.05.09
4SC Ganguly50KolPunMohali27.03.10
5G Gambhir50KolPunePuneSRS09.05.13
6SR Watson50RajPunSharjah20.04.14
7RG Sharma50MumCheDubCA25.04.14
8RG Sharma50MumCheMumbai17.04.15
9RG Sharma50MumCheKolkata24.05.15
10KS Williamson50SunKolkKolkata14.04.18
11SS Iyer50DelRajDelhi02.05.18
12KD Karthik50KolPunIndore12.05.18
15KD Karthik50KolDelDelhi30.03.19
16SPD Smith50RajDelJaipur22.04.19
17SPD Smith50RajPunSharjah27.04.20

SPD Smith scored 50 runs in this game to become the third occasion of a captain scoring exact 50 runs in the tournament on two or more occasions after RG Sharma {03} and KD Karthik {02}

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1RG Sharma50MumCheDubCA25.04.14
2RG Sharma50MumCheMumbai17.04.15
3RG Sharma50MumCheKolkata24.05.15
       
1KD Karthik50KolPunIndore12.05.18
2KD Karthik50KolDelDelhi30.03.19
       
1SPD Smith50RajDelJaipur22.04.19
2SPD Smith50RajPunSharjah27.04.20

KL Rahul’s 69 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 92nd occasion of a captain’s fifty going in vain in the tournament. It also provides the tenth occasion of a Punjab Captain’s fifty going in vain in the tournament.

KL Rahul’s 69 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the ninth occasion of a captain’s fifty going in vain in the tournament against Rajasthan. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1Yuvraj Singh57PunRajJaipur21.04.08
2SC Ganguly51KolRajJaipur01.05.08
3AC Gilchrist61DecRajJaipur09.05.08
4R Dravid75*BanRajJaipur17.05.08
5G Gambhir54KolRajAhm’bad05.05.14
6JP Duminy56DelRajMumBS03.05.15
7V Kohli57BanRajBangalore15.04.18
8KD Karthik97*KolRajKolkata25.04.19
9KL Rahul69PunRajSharjah27.09.20

KL Rahul’s 69 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the second occasion of a Punjab captain’s fifty going in vain in the tournament against Rajasthan. Both the occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1Yuvraj Singh57PunRajJaipur21.04.08
2KL Rahul69PunRajSharjah27.09.20

R Tewatia scored 53 in this game in 31 deliveries with no boundary fours and seven boundary sixes. He is perhaps the first batsman in the history of T20 games and also in IPL to score a half century without a boundary four.

SS Cottrel conceded five boundary sixes in one over to become the first bowler in the history of IPL to concede five boundary sixes in one over. R Tewatia was the batsman who scored five boundary sixes in one over of SS Cottrell.

This is how the 18th over of the innings as described by espncricinfo commentary team

17.1 – 6 – Cottrell to Tewatia, SIX runs – It is a small six but it is a six nonetheless. Hang in there, Rahul. Keep swinging. Cottrell follows him with a bouncer, but he manages to get inside the line to pull him flat over long leg

17.2 – 6 – Cottrell to Tewatia, SIX runs – Whoa whoa whoa cricket you beauty. You keep fighting, the tide can turn. He gets a short of a length ball, stands his ground and swings to leg. Not off the absolute middle of the bat but enough to clear the short square boundary and onto the road

17.3 – 6 – Cottrell to Tewatia, SIX runs – Make it three times. Sing your redemption songs. Cottrell pitches up, and he goes over wide long-off. Strike rate of 135 now. Game is on

17.4 – 6 – Cottrell to Tewatia, SIX runs – Well, Rahul, what a player. You are a champion. You have fought through the worst of times. Give yourself something to celebrate. Gees across, shuffles early gets a wide low full toss, and sweeps it over midwicket for another flat six. And now KXIP are having conferences

17.5 – 0 – Cottrell to Tewatia, no run. Goes for the fifth. Slower length ball wide outside off, and he goes across the lines. Beaten. Oh the joy of struggle and redemption. How fortunate to be calling this

`17.6 – 6 – Cottrell to Tewatia, SIX runs  – Wow Rahul bloody Tewatia. This is a story for the ages, son. What redemption. Now Uthappa has to give him strike. He has smacked a wide length ball over midwicket for another six. Now only 21 required in two overs

R Tewatia of Rajasthan became the first batsman in the history of IPL to score five boundary sixes in an over while SS Cottrell of Punjab became the first bowler in the history of IPL to concede six boundary sixes in an over

Stats highlights of Match No 08 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 08 of IPL 2020

DA Warner’s IPL run aggregate read 4748 at the end of this game. He now occupies the fourth place in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in the tournament. Others are – V Kohli {5437}, SK Raina {5368} and RG Sharma {4990}

WP Saha was dismissed run out for 30 in this game to provide the 66th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Sunrisers’ wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in the tournament.

WP Saha was dismissed run out for the fifth occasion in the tournament. He became the fifth wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed run out on five or more occasions in the tournament. Others are – KD Karthik {07}, MS Dhoni {07}, PA Patel {09} and RV Uthappa {06}

KD Karthik was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 79th occasion of a captain dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the eleventh occasion of a Kolkata captain dismissed for a duck in the tournament

KD Karthik was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 61st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Kolkata wicket keeper dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the eighth occasion of KD Karthik dismissed for a duck as a wicketkeeper batsman in the tournament.

KD Karthik was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a captain wicket keeper batsman dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Kolkata captain wicket keeper dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the second duck for KD Karthik as captain wicket keeper in the tournament. Both the occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1KD Karthik00DelBanSharjah17.04.14
2KD Karthik00KolSunA Dhabi26.09.20

Kolkata won this game by seven wickets to post its 93rd win in the tournament in 180 matches and also its eleventh win in 18 matches against Sunrisers.  Kolkata became the second team in the tournament to play 180 plus matches after Bangalore. Bangalore has played 183 matches in the tournament.

KD Karthik has led Kolkata on 32 games – has won 16 games, lost 16 games and one game was tied.

Stats highlights of Match No 07 of the IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 07 of the IPL 2020

PP Shaw completed 1000 runs in T20 games during his knock of 64 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate read 1041. His 64 in this game was his ninth fifty in T20 games. It was also his fifth fifty in IPL and his run aggregate in IPL read 667

F du Plessis completed 2000 runs in IPL during his knock of 43 in this game. At the end of this game, his IPL run aggregate read 2026. He became the 33rd batsman in IPL to aggregate 2000 plus runs, He also became the 13th overseas batsman to complete 2000 plus runs. F du Plessis has played 74 games in IPL, His 2026 runs have co6me in 67 innings of which six are not outs. His highest is 96 {against Punjab at Mohali on 05.05.19 representing Chennai} and has scored 14 fifties which are half centuries, He has failed to open his account on two occasions and has scored 174 boundary four and 66 boundary sixes, He has represented two teams in IPL – Chennai and Rising Pune Supergiants, His break up of 2026 runs team wise read thus – 1812 runs from 66 matches for Chennai and 214 runs from 08 matches  for Rising Pune Supergiants.

MS Dhoni effected two dismissals – one caught and one stumped – in this game which gave him an aggregate of 137 dismissals – 98 catches and 39 stumpings. He needs two more catches for his 100 catches to become the second wicket keeper in IPL to pouch 100 plus catches after KD Karthik. KD Karthik has 101 catches to his credit. One more stumping dismissal would fetch him 40 stumping dismissals. He would earn the distinction of becoming the first wicket keeper to effect 40 stumping dismissals in IPL.

F du Plessis became the second batsman to complete 2000 runs in this edition of IPL after KL Rahul. KL Rahul completed 2000 runs during his knock of 132 not out against Bangalore on 24.09.20 at Dub-DSC. KL Rahul has played 69 matches. His 2026 runs have come in 60 innings of which 12 are not outs. His highest score is 132 not out {against Bangalore representing Punjab at Dub-DSC on 24.09.20} and has scored 18 fifties of which two are centuries. He has failed to open the account on one occasion and has scored 192 boundary fours and 89 boundary sixes. He has represented three teams – Punjab, Bangalore and Sunrisers – in the tournament. His break up of 2130 runs team wise read thus  – for Punjab {1405 runs from 30 matches},  for Bangalore {417 runs from 19 matches} and for Sunrisers {308 runs from 20 matches}

MS Dhoni’s 15 runs in this game fetched him an aggregate of 3902 runs in IPL while representing Chennai. He needs 98 more runs for his 4000 runs for Chennai. His 15 runs fetched him an aggregate of 4476 runs in IPL. He now stands seventh in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in the tournament. Others who have scored more runs than him are – V Kohli {5427}, SK Raina {5368}, RG Sharma {4990}, DA Warner {4712} and S Dhawan {4614}.

MS Dhoni scored two boundary fours in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 299 boundary fours in the tournament. He now needs one more boundary four for his 300 boundary fours. If he gets them, then he will become the 15th batsman in the tournament to score 300 plus boundary fours and will also become the eleventh Indian batsman to score 300 plus boundary fours in the tournament.

S Dhawan’s 35 runs in this game fetched him an aggregate of 4614 runs in IPL. He now stands fifth in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in the tournament. Others who have scored more runs than him are – V Kohli {5427}, SK Raina {5368}, RG Sharma {4990} and DA Warner {4712}

Occasions of a team dismissed all out for a total less than the opponent batsman’s individual score in IPL

Occasions of a team dismissed all out for a total less than the opponent batsman’s individual score in IPL

There are four occasions of a team dismissed all out for a total less than the opponent batsman’s individual score in IPL. They are listed below

NoTeamScoreIOppGroundDate
1Ban822KolBangalore18.04.08
  BB Mccullum-158*   
2Raj582BanCape Town18.04.09
  R Dravid-66   
3Pun882BanBangalore06.05.15
  CH Gayle-117   
4Ban1092PunDub-DSC24.09.20
  KL Rahul-132*   
Stats highlights of Match No 06 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 06 of IPL 2020

KL Rahul scored 132 not out in this game to provide the 59th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in the tournament. It represents the occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in the tournament.

KL Rahul’s 132 not out in this game represent the highest score by an Indian batsman in the tournament. The previous best was 128 not out by RR Pant of Delhi against Sunrisers at Delhi on 10.05.18

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC26.09.20
2RR Pant128*DelSunDelhi10.05.18

It also represents the fourth best score by a batsman in the tournament. All the four scores are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppnGroundDate
1CH Gayle175*BanPuneBangalore23.04.13
2McCullum158*KolBanBangalore18.04.08
3de Villiers133*BanMumMumbai10.05.15
4KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC26.09.20

It also represents the 12th occasion of a Punjab batsman scoring a century in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppnGroundDate
1PC Valthaty120*PunCheMohali13.04.11
2SE Marsh115PunRajMohali28.05.08
3Jayawardene110*PunKolKolkata04.04.10
4AC Gilchrist106PunBanDharamsala17.05.11
5DA Miller101*PunBanMohali06.05.13
6V Sehwag122PunCheMumbai20.05.14
7WP Saha115*PunKolBangalore01.06.14
8HM Amla104*PunMumIndore20.04.17
9HM Amla104PunGujMohali07.05.17
10KL Rahul100*PunMumMumbai10.04.19
11KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC25.09.20

It also represents the third occasion of a Punjab batsman scoring a century in the tournament against Bangalore. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppnGroundDate
1AC Gilchrist106PunBanDharamsala17.05.11
2DA Miller101*PunBanMohali06.05.13
3KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC25.09.20

KL Rahul’s 132 not out in this game represent his second century in the tournament. Prior to this, he had scored 100 not out for Punjab against Mumbai on 10.04.19. He became the second Punjab batsman after HM Amla to score two centuries in the tournament.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppnGroundDate
1HM Amla104*PunMumIndore20.04.17
2HM Amla104PunGujMohali07.05.17
       
1KL Rahul100*PunMumMumbai10.04.19
2KL Rahul132*PunBangDub-DSC25.09.20

KL Rahul became the twelfth batsman to score two or more centuries in the tournament. Others are – CH Gayle {06}, V Kohli {05}, AB de Villiers {03], DA Warner {04}, SR Watson {04}, AC Gilchrist {02}, M Vijay {02}, BB McCullum {02}, HM Amla {02}, SV Samson {02} and AM Rahane {02}.

KL Rahul became the fifth Indian batsman to score two or more centuries in the tournament. Others are – V Kohli {05}, M Vijay {02}, SV Samson {02} and AM Rahane {02}.

KL Rahul’s 132 not out contained 14 boundary fours. He became the eighth batsman in the tournament to score a century containing 14 or more boundary fours. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns4sTeamOppnGroundDate
1PC Valthaty120*19PunCheMohali13.04.11
2de Villiers133*19BanMumMumbai10.05.15
3M Vijay11315CheDelChennai25.05.12
4Q de Kock10815DelBanBangalore17.04.16
5RR Pant128*15DelSunDelhi10.05.18
6Jayawardene110*14PunKolKolkata04.04.10
7LMP Simmons100*14MumPunMohali21.05.14
8KL Rahul132*14PunBanDub-DSC25.09.20

KL Rahul’s 132 not out contained 14 boundary fours. He became the third Punjab batsman in the tournament to score a century containing 14 or more boundary fours. All the three occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns4sTeamOppnGroundDate
1PC Valthaty120*19PunCheMohali13.04.11
2Jayawardene110*14PunKolKolkata04.04.10
3KL Rahul132*14PunBanDub-DSC25.09.20

KL Rahul’s 132 not out contained 14 boundary fours. He became the fourth Indian batsman in the tournament to score a century containing 14 or more boundary fours. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns4sTeamOppnGroundDate
1PC Valthaty120*19PunCheMohali13.04.11
2M Vijay11315CheDelChennai25.05.12
3RR Pant128*15DelSunDelhi10.05.18
4KL Rahul132*14PunBanDub-DSC25.09.20

KL Rahul became the eighth batsman to score a century against Bangalore in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppnGroundDate
1BB McCullum158*KolBanBangalore18.04.08
2AC Gilchrist106PunBanDharamsala17.05.11
3AM Rahane103*RajBanBangalore15.04.12
4DA Miller101*PunBanMohali06.05.13
5Q de Kock108DelBanBangalore17.04.16
6JM Bairstow114SunBanHyd-RGS31.03.19
7DA Warner100*SunBanHyd-RGS31.03.19
8KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC25.09.20

KL Rahul became the second Indian batsman to score a century against Bangalore in the tournament after AM Rahane of Rajasthan. AM Rahane had scored 103 not out at Bangalore on 15.04.12. Both the occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppnGroundDate
1AM Rahane103*RajBanBangalore15.04.12
2KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC25.09.20

KL Rahul’s 132 not out in this game provide the 250th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 19th occasion of a Punjab captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Punjab captain scoring a fifty in the tournament against Bangalore. It also provides the 31st occasion of a captain scoring a fifty against Bangalore in the tournament.

KL Rahul’s 132 not out in this game provide the tenth occasion of a captain scoring a century in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1Tendulkar100*MumKocMumbai15.04.11
2V Sehwag119DelDecHyd-RGS05.05.11
3Gilchrist106PunBanDharamsala17.05.11
4V Kohli100*BanGujRajkot24.04.16
5V Kohli108*BanRPunBangalore07.05.16
6V Kohli109BanGujBangalore14.05.16
7V Kohli113BanPunBangalore18.05.16
8DA Warner126SunKolHyd-RGS30.04.17
9V Kohli100BanKolKolkata19.04.19
10KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC26.09.20

It also provides the second occasion of a Punjab captain scoring a century in the tournament and also provides the second occasion of a Punjab captain scoring a century in the tournament against Bangalore.

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1Gilchrist106PunBanDharamsala17.05.11
2KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC26.09.20

KL Rahul’s 132 not out represents the highest individual innings by a captain in the tournament. The previous best 126 by DA Warner of Sunrisers against Kolkata at Hyd-RGS on 30.04.17

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC26.09.20
2DA Warner126SunKolHyd-RGS30.04.17

KL Rahul’s 132 not out represents the highest individual innings by a captain in the tournament. The previous best 119 by V Sehwag of Delhi Daredevils against Deccan Chargers at Hyd-RGS on 05.05.11

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1KL Rahul132*PunBanDub-DSC26.09.20
2V Sehwag119DelDecHyd-RGS05.05.11

KL Rahul’s 132 not out in this game represent the fourth highest individual score by a captain in the history of T20 games. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppositionGroundDate
1AJ Finch172AustraliaZimbabweHarare03.07.18
2CL White141*SomersetWorcsWorcester09.07.06
3PJ Malan140*W ProvinceEasternsCape Town07.12.14
4KL Rahul132*PunjabBangaloreDub-DSC24.09.20

DW Steyn returned with figures of none for 57 in this game to provide the 156th occasion of a bowler conceding fifty plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 23rd occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding fifty plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding fifty plus runs in an innings against Punjab in the tournament

DW Steyn returned with figures of none for 57 in this game to provide the 69th occasion of a bowler conceding fifty plus runs in an innings without a wicket in the tournament. It also provides the 15th occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding fifty plus runs without a wicket in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding fifty plus runs in an innings without a wicket against Punjab in the tournament.

DW Steyn became the ninth bowler in the tournament to concede 50 plus runs on two or more occasions. The following table lists all these nine occasions

NoNoPlayerWRTeamOppnGroundDate
11AB Dinda051BanDelSharjah17.04.14
 2AB Dinda063PuneMumMumbai13.04.13
 3AB Dinda057RPunMumPune-MCA06.04.17
         
21CJ Jordan052BanPunMohali09.05.16
 2CJ Jordan056PunDelDub-DSC20.09.20
         
31DJ Bravo050CheKolChennai10.04.18
 2DJ Bravo052CheDelDelhi18.05.18
         
41DW Steyn057BanPunDub-DSC26.09.20
 2DW Steyn051SunPunHyd-RGS14.05.14
         
51I Sharma058PunMumIndore20.04.17
 2I Sharma066SunCheHyd-RGS08.05.13
         
61JP Faulkner054RajMumMumbai25.05.14
 2JP Faulkner055RajDelDelhi12.04.15
         
71KV Sharma051SunCheChennai11.04.15
 2KV Sharma057SunBanBangalore12.04.16
         
81P Krishna056KolSunKolkata25.05.18
 2P Krishna052KolBanKolkata19.04.19
         
91UT Yadav059BanPunBangalore15.04.18
 2UT Yadav065DelBanDelhi10.05.13

DW Steyn became the fourth overseas bowler in the tournament to concede 50 plus runs on two occasions. The following table lists all these four occasions

NoNoPlayerWRTeamOppnGroundDate
11CJ Jordan052BanPunMohali09.05.16
 2CJ Jordan056PunDelDub-DSC20.09.20
         
21DJ Bravo050CheKolChennai10.04.18
 2DJ Bravo052CheDelDelhi18.05.18
         
31DW Steyn051SunPunHyd-RGS14.05.14
 2DW Steyn057BanPunDub-DSC26.09.20
         
41JP Faulkner054RajMumMumbai25.05.14
 2JP Faulkner055RajDelDelhi12.04.15

Bangalore was dismissed for 109 runs in this game to provide the 127th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the tournament. It also provides the 17th occasion of Bangalore dismissed all out in the tournament. It also provides the fourth occasion of Bangalore dismissed all out in the tournament against Punjab

NoScoreOversInnsTeamOppGroundDate
111919.02BanPunBengaluru05.05.17
212117.02BanPunDharamsala17.05.11
312619.21BanPunBangalore05.05.08
410917.02BanPunDub-DSC26.09.20

Bangalore was dismissed for 109 runs in this game represent the lowest total in a completed innings by Bangalore against Punjab in the tournament. The previous lowest was 119 at Bangalore on 05.05.17

NoScoreOversITeamOppGroundDate
410917.02BanPunDub-DSC26.09.20
111919.02BanPunBengaluru05.05.17

Punjab won this game by 97 runs to provide the 53rd occasion of a team winning a game by 50 plus runs margin. It also provides the sixth occasion of Punjab winning a game by 50 plus runs margin. It also provides the sixth occasion of Punjab winning a game by 50 plus runs margin against Bangalore. The other occasion was the 111 runs victory at Dharamsala on 17.05.11

Punjab won this game by 97 runs to provide the seventh occasion of a team winning a game by runs margin between 90 and 99. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamTeamWinnerMarginGround Date
1DelMumMum098 runsDelhi 17.03.10
2ChePunChe097 runsChennai 25.04.15
3RPunDelDel097 runsPune 11.04.17
4BanPunPun097 runsDub-DSC 26.09.20
5CheDelChe093 runsAbu Dhabi 21.04.14
6BanCheChe092 runsP E’beth 20.04.09
7KolMumMum092 runsP E’beth 27.04.09
Stats highlights of Match No 05 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 05 of IPL 2020

RG Sharma scored 80 in this game to provide the 249th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 32nd occasion of Mumbai captain scoring a fifty in the tournament.  It also provides his 20th fifty as captain in the tournament.

RG Sharma scored six boundary sixes in his knock of 80 in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 200 boundary sixes in the tournament. He became the fourth batsman in the tournament to score 200 plus boundary sixes. Others are – CH Gayle {326}, AB de Villiers {214} and MS Dhoni {200}

RG Sharma’s 80 in this game represent his 38th fifty in the tournament. He now occupies the fourth place in the list of batsmen who have scored most fifties in the tournament. DA Warner {48}, V Kohli {41} and SK Raina {39} occupy the first three places.

RG Sharma’s 80 in this game represent his 30th fifty while representing Mumbai. He became the fifth batsman in the tournament to score 30 plus fifties while representing a single team. The following table lists all the five batsmen

NoPlayerTeamCHC50+
1V KohliBangalore53642
2DA WarnerSunrisers23436
3SK RainaChennai13233
4AB de VilliersBangalore23032
5RG SharmaMumbai12930

RG Sharma’s 80 gave him an aggregate of 4990 runs in IPL. He now needs ten more runs for his 5000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the third batsman in the tournament to aggregate 5000 plus runs. Others are V Kohli {5426} and SK Raina {5386}

This game was the 190th IPL game for RG Sharma. He became the third cricketer to appear in 190 plus games in the tournament. SK Raina {193} and MS Dhoni {192} are the other two cricketers to appear in 190 plus games in the tournament.

RG Sharma’s 80 in this game provide his 67th fifty in T20 games. He became the sixth cricketer to score 67 or more fifties. Others are – CH Gayle {104}, DA  Warner {84}, V Kohli {69}, AJ Finch {68} and AB de Villiers {67}

RG Sharma’s six boundary sixes in this game fetched him an aggregate of 149 boundary sixes while representing Mumbai in the tournament, He needs one more boundary six to become the second Mumbai batsman to score 150 plus boundary sixes in the tournament KA Pollard has scored 177 boundary sixes.  He also would become the seventh batsman in the tournament to score 150 plus boundary sixes representing a single team. The following table lists all the seven batsmen.

NoPlayerTeam6s
1CH GayleBangalore239
2AB de VilliersBangalore201
3V KohliBangalore190
4MS DhoniChennai182
5KA PollardMumbai177
6SK RainaChennai171
7RG SharmaMumbai149

HH Pandya of Mumbai was dismissed hit wicket for 18 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a batsman dismissed hit wicket in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanBowlerRTeamOppnGroundDate
1MA KhoteSreesanth08MumPunMohali25.04.08
2Misbah-ul-HaqSreesanth21BanPunMohali12.05.08
3SA AsnodkarM Morkel10RajCheCenturion30.04.09
4RA JadejaDW Steyn48CheDecVizag07.04.12
5SS TiwaryH Singh21BanMumBan14.05.12
6Yuvraj SinghMcClenaghan39SunMumVizag08.05.16
7DJ HoodaCoulter-Nile10SunDelHyd-RGS12.05.16
8DA WarnerAR Patel52SunPunMohali15.05.16
9SP JacksonW Sundar10KolRPuneKolkata03.05.17
10R PrayagAD Russell47RajKolKolkata25.04.19
11HH PandyaAD Russell18MumKolA Dhabi23.09.20

HH Pandya became the second Mumbai batsman to be dismissed hit wicket in the tournament after MA Khate. MA Khate was dismissed for 8 by S Sreesanth of Punjab on 25.04.08. Infact MA Khate was the first batsman to be dismissed hit wicket in the tournament.

NoBatsmanBowlerRTeamOppnGroundDate
1MA KhoteSreesanth08MumPunMohali25.04.08
2HH PandyaAD Russell18MumKolA Dhabi23.09.20

HH Pandya of Mumbai was dismissed hit wicket of the bowling of AD Russell for 18 in this game. HH Pandya became the second hit wicket dismissal for AD Russell in the tournament. R Prayag of Rajasthan was his first hit wicket dismissal at Kolkata on 25.04.19. AD Russell became the second bowler in the tournament to have two hit wicket dismissals after S Sreesanth. The following table lists them.

NoBatsmanBowlerRTeamOppnGroundDate
1MA KhoteSreesanth08MumPunMohali25.04.08
2MisbahulHaqSreesanth21BanPunMohali12.05.08
        
1R PrayagAD Russell47RajKolKolkata25.04.19
2HH PandyaAD Russell18MumKolA Dhabi23.09.20

This game was KA Pollard’s 150th game and he became the second overseas cricketer after AB de Villiers to appear in 150 plus games. AB de Villiers has played 155 games in the tournament.

This game was KA Pollard’s 150th game and he became the 14th cricketer appear in 150 plus games in the tournament. The following table lists all these cricketers.

NoPlayerSpanMat
1SK Raina2008-2019193
2MS Dhoni2008-2020192
3RG Sharma2008-2020190
4KD Karthik2008-2020183
5V Kohli2008-2020178
6RV Uthappa2008-2020178
7YK Pathan2008-2019174
8RA Jadeja2008-2020172
9S Dhawan2008-2020160
10Harbhajan Singh2008-2019160
11PP Chawla2008-2020159
12AB de Villiers2008-2020155
13G Gambhir2008-2018154
14KA Pollard2010-2020150

KA Pollard became the first Mumbai cricketer to make 150 appearances in the tournament.

SA Yadav’s 47 in this game fetched him 1000 runs representing Mumbai. He became the seventh batsman to aggregate 1000 runs for Mumbai in the tournament. The following table lists all the batsmen who have achieved the feat.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSCHC
1RG Sharma145141223820109*129
2KA Pollard150137402786083014
3AT Rayudu114107182416081*014
4SR Tendulkar078078112334100*113
5HH Pandya068063241100091003
6LMP Simmons029029021079100*111
7SA Yadav033032021000072006

SA Yadav’s 47 in this game fetched him 1000 runs in the tournament. He became the 51st batsman to aggregate 1000 plus runs in the tournament,

Mumbai carved its 20th win against Kolkata by winning this game by 49 runs. Mumbai became the first team in the tournament to win 20 games against a single opposition.

V Kohli joins the select band of skippers who have won fifty plus matches in IPL

V Kohli joins the select band of skippers who have won fifty plus matches in IPL

V Kohli joins the other three captains of the Indian Premier League – MS Dhoni, G Gambhir and RG Sharma – who have won 50 plus matches . Bangalore’s victory by ten runs against Sunrisers at Dub-DSC on 21.09.20 was V Kohli’s 50th IPL Win. The following table lists the performances of the four captains in IPL

NoPlayerMatWonLostTiedNR
1MS Dhoni1761057001
2G Gambhir1290715710
3RG Sharma1050604320
4V Kohli1110505524
Stats highlights of Match No 04 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 04 of IPL 2020

Rajasthan and Chennai posted the team totals of 216 for 7 and 200 for 6 respectively in this game to provide the 94th and 95th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

Rajasthan posted team total of 216 for 7 in this game to provide the eighth occasion of Rajasthan posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament. It also provides the 12th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs against Chennai in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of Rajasthan posting a total of 200 plus runs against Chennai in the tournament.

Chennai posted team total 200 for 6 in this game to provide the 17th occasion of Chennai posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament. It also provides the 10th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs against Rajasthan in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of Chennai posting a total of 200 plus runs against Rajasthani in the tournament.

Rajasthan and Chennai posted the team totals of 217 for 7 and 200 for 6 respectively in this game to provide the first and second occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament at Sharjah

Chennai posted team total 200 for 6 in this game to provide the 25th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in the second innings of a game in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of Chennai posting a total of 200 plus runs in the second innings of a game in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundDate
1Che201/720.02RajChennai24.05.08
2Che208/520.02BanChennai12.04.12
3Che202/720.02PunMumbai30.05.14
4Che205/519.52KolChennai10.04.08
5Che207/519.42BanBangalore25.04.18
6Che200/620.02RajSharjah22.09.20

It also provides the sixth occasion of Chennai posting a total of 200 plus runs in the second innings of a game against Rajasthan in the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundDate
1Che201/720.02RajChennai24.05.08
2Che200/620.02RajSharjah22.09.20

Rajasthan and Chennai posted the team totals of 216 for 7 and 200 for 6 respectively in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of both the teams posting a total of 200 plus runs in the tournament.

SPD Smith scored 69 in this game to provide the 248th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 14th occasion of Rajasthan captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the second occasion of Rajasthan captain scoring a fifty against Chennai in the tournament. Prior to this SR Watson had scored 73 at Ahmedabad on 19.04.15

SV Samson scored 74 in this game to provide the 176th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 17th occasion of Rajasthan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of Rajasthan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against Chennai in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsOppositionGroundDate
1Kamran Akmal53ChennaiChennai24.05.08
2NV Ojha94*ChennaiChennai02.04.10
3NV Ojha80ChennaiAhmedabad28.03.10
4JS Buttler95*ChennaiJaipur11.05.18
5SV Samson74ChennaiSharjah22.09.20

SPD Smith scored 69 and SV Samson scored 74 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a captain and wicket keeper batsman scoring fifties in the same innings of a game in the tournament.

No BatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
1+SV Samson52RajPunSharjah20.04.14
 *SR Watson50RajPunSharjah20.04.14
        
2+AB de Villiers82BanSunBangalore12.04.16
 *V Kolhi75BanSunBangalore12.04.16
        
3*V Kohli100*BanGujRajkot24.04.16
 +KL Rahul51*BanGujRajkot24.04.16
        
4*V Kohli52BanKolBangalore02.05.16
 +KL Rahul52BanKolBangalore02.05.16
        
5*G Gambhir54KolPunKolkata04.05.16
 +RV Uthappa70KolPunKolkata04.05.16
        
6*M Vijay54*PunMumVizag13.05.16
 +WP Saha56PunMumVizag13.05.16
        
7*G Gambhir62KolRiPunPune-MCA26.04.17
 +RV Uthappa87KolRPunPune-MCA26.04.17
        
8*G Gambhir71KolDelKolkats29.04.17
 +RV Uthappa59KolDelKolkata29.04.17
        
9*SK Raina77GujDelDelhi04.05.17
 +KD Karthik65GujDelDelhi04.05.17
        
10*SS Iyer50DelRajDelhi02.05.18
 +RR Pant69DelRajDelhi02.05.18
        
11*SPD Smith69RajCheSharjah22.09.20
 +SV Samson74RajCheSharjah22.09.20

SPD Smith scored 69 and SV Samson scored 74 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a captain and wicket keeper batsman from Rajasthan scoring fifties in the same innings of a game in the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

No BatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
1+SV Samson52RajPunSharjah20.04.14
 *SR Watson50RajPunSharjah20.04.14
        
2*SPD Smith69RajCheSharjah22.09.20
 +SV Samson74RajCheSharjah22.09.20

It also provides the second such occasion by a captain and wicket keeper batsman from Rajasthan at Sharjah. The first such occasion was against Pune Warriors on 20.04.14

No BatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
1+SV Samson52RajPunSharjah20.04.14
 *SR Watson50RajPunSharjah20.04.14
        
2*SPD Smith69RajCheSharjah22.09.20
 +SV Samson74RajCheSharjah22.09.20

SPD Smith and SV Samson added 121 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 201st occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament. It also provides the 68th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in the tournament. It also provides the 16th occasion of Rajasthan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of Rajashtan batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Chennai in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPartnersRunsWktOppGroundDate
1GC Smith, SA Asnodkar1271stCheChennai24.05.08
2AM Rahane, SR Watson1441stCheAhmedabad19.04.15
3SPD Smith, SV Samson1212ndCheSharjah22.09.20

SPD Smith and SV Samson added 121 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of Rajasthan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPartnersRunsWktOppGroundDate
1AM Rahane, OA Shah1212ndBanBangalore15.04.12
2SV Samson, KK Nair1002ndMumMumbai25.05.14
3AM Rahane, KK Nair1132ndDelMum-BS03.05.15
4AM Rahane, SV Samson1192ndSunHyd-RGS29.03.19
5AM Rahane, SPD Smith1342ndDelJaipur22.04.19
6SPD Smith, SV Samson1212ndCheSharjah22.09.20

DA Miller was dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a batsman dismissed in such a manner in the tournament. He became the fourth Rajasthan batsman to be dismissed in such a manner and his dismissal provides the fifth such occasion. All such occasions are tabulated below. DA Miller is the second Rajasthan batsman to be dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery against Chennai after SK Warne.

NoBatsmanRBallsOppVenueDate
1PP Chawla0000MumCenturion12.05.09
2SK Warne0000MumDurban14.05.09
3SA Asnodkar0000MumMum-BS13.03.10
4SK Warne0000CheAhmedabad28.03.10
5DA Miller0000CheSharjah22.09.20

DA Miller was dismissed run out for a duck in this game to provide the 60th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out without scoring in the tournament. He became the eleventh Rajasthan batsman to be dismissed run out without scoring and the second Rajasthan batsman to be dismissed without scoring against Chennai in the tournament after SK Warne

Three bowlers – PP Chawla {55}, L Ngidi {56} for Chennai and TK Curran {54} for Rajasthan conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the 153rd, 154th and 155th occasion of bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament,

PP Chawla {55}, L Ngidi {56} for Chennai conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the  14th and 15th occasion of Chennai bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament,

TK Curran of Rajasthan conceded 54 runs in this game to provide the 12th occasion of Rajasthan bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament,

Three bowlers – PP Chawla {55}, L Ngidi {56} for Chennai and TK Curran {54} for Rajasthan conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the 16th occasion of rival bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament,

Three bowlers – PP Chawla {55}, L Ngidi {56} for Chennai and TK Curran {54} for Rajasthan conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the fourth occasion of three bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in a match in the tournament,

 NoNoPlayerWRTeamOppGroundDate
11JJ Bumrah052MumBanMumbai10.05.15
 2HH Pandya051MumBanMumbai10.05.15
 3YS Chahal251BanMumMumbai10.05.15
         
21Rashid Khan155Sun PunMohali19.04.18
 2M Sharma251PunSunMohali19.04.18
 3R Ashwin053PunSunMohali19.04.18
         
31HH Pandya257MumPunMumbai10.04.19
 2SM Curran154PunMumMumbai10.04.19
 3AS Rajpoot152PunMumMumbai10.04.19
         
41PP Chawla155CheRajSharjah22.09.20
 2L Ngidi156CheRajSharjah22.09.20
 3TK Curran154RajCheSharjah22.09.20

SV Samson effected four dismissals – two catches and two stumpings – in this game. His effort provides the 16th occasion of a wicket keeper effecting four or more dismissals in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerDisCtStITeamOppGroundDate
1YV Takawale4311MumRajMumbai07.05.08
2MN van Wyk4402KolBanDurban29.04.09
3KD Karthik4222DelRajB’fontein17.05.09
4Sangakkara5502DecBanHyd-RGS14.04.11
5RV Uthappa4222PuneMumMumbai06.04.12
6AC Gilchrist4401PunCheDhar’sala17.05.12
7BB McCullum4222KolDelPune22.05.12
8MS Dhoni4311CheBanChennai13.04.13
9PA Patel4402MumGujMumbai16.04.16
10NV Ojha4402SunMumVizag05.05.16
11WP Saha4312PunRPunVizag21.05.16
12WP Saha4221PunSunHyd-RGS17.04.17
13KD Karthik4311KolRajKolkata15.05.18
14H Klassen4132RajBanJaipur19.05.18
15Q de Kock4402MumCheMumbai03.04.19
16SV Samson4222RajCheSharjah22.09.20

SV Samson effected four dismissals – two catches and two stumpings – in this game. His effort provides the third occasion of a wicket keeper effecting four or more dismissals in an innings against Chennai. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerDisCtStITeamOppGroundDate
1AC Gilchrist4401PunCheDhar’sala17.05.12
2Q de Kock4402MumCheMumbai03.04.19
3SV Samson4222RajCheSharjah22.09.20

SV Samson effected four dismissals – two catches and two stumpings – in this game. His effort provides the second occasion of a Rajasthan wicket keeper effecting four or more dismissals in an innings. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerDisCtStITeamOppGroundDate
1H Klassen4132RajBanJaipur19.05.18
2SV Samson4222RajCheSharjah22.09.20

This game produced 33 boundary sixes [17 by Rajasthan batsmen and 16 by Chennai batsmen} to provide the second occasion of an IPL game producing 33 boundary sixes, The other game was between Bangalore and Chennai at Bangalore on 25.04.18. The most sixes scored in an IPL game is 33.

SV Samson scored 50 in 19 balls in this game. It is the second fastest 50 by a Rajasthan batsman in IPL. The other two occasions are – JC Buttler in 18 balls against Delhi at Delhi on 02.05.18 and by OA Shah in 19 balls against Bangalore at Bangalore on 15.04.12

SV Samson scored 50 in 19 balls in this game. It is the fastest 50 by a Rajasthan batsman against Chennai in IPL. It was an improvement over SR Watson’s fifty in 20 balls at Chennai on 03.04.10

The following table lists the 21 occasions of a batsman who has scored 50 in 19 balls and less than 19 balls in the tournament. SV Samson became the second Rajasthan batsman after OA Shah to achieve the feat.

NoPlayerBallsMatchVenueDate
1KL Rahul14Pun v DelMohali08 Apr 2018
2YK Pathan15Kol v SunKolkata24 May 2014
3SP Narine15Kol v BanBangalore07 May 2017
4SK Raina16Che v PunMumbai30 May 2014
5KA Pollard17Mum v KolMumbai28 Apr 2016
6CH Gayle17Ban v PuneBangalore23 Apr 2013
7SP Narine17Kol v BanKolkata08 Apr 2018
8HH Pandya17Mum v KolKolkata28 Apr 2019
9AC Gilchrist17Dec v DelCenturion22 May 2009
10Ishan Kishan17Mum v KolKolkata09 May 2018
11CH Morris17Del v GujDelhi27 Apr 2016
12RR Pant18Del v MumMumbai24 Mar 2019
13JC Buttler18Raj v DelDelhi02 May 2018
14DA Miller19Pun v RajSharjah20 Apr 2014
15OA Shah19Raj v BanBangalore15 Apr 2012
16CA Lynn19Kol v GujRajkot07 Apr 2017
17KL Rahul19Pun v CheMohali05 May 2019
18RV Uthappa19Ban v PunBangalore16 Mar 2010
19AD Russell19Kol v PunKolkata09 May 2015
20H’bhajan Singh19Mum v PunMumbai12 Apr 2015
21SV Samson19Raj v CheSharjah22 Sep 2020
Stats highlights of Match No 03 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 03 of IPL 2020

D Padikkal of Bangalore scored 56 on his IPL debut. It is one of the rare occasions of the tournament when a batsman has scored fifty plus runs on IPL debut

AJ Finch created a unique record in the tournament. He is the only cricketer to represent eight teams in the tournament. His eighth team was Bangalore. The other teams represented by him are – Delhi Daredevils, Gujarat Lions, Kings XI Punjab, Mumbai Indians, Pune Warriors, Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad.

He made his debut in IPL in 2010 edition and the current edition is his tenth edition. He even captained Pune Warriors in ten matches in 2013 edition. His career figures at the end of this game in IPL read

PlayerSpanMINORunsHSAve
AJ Finch2010-202076747176688*26.35
  CHCZ4s6s 
AJ Finch2010-2020013817769 

AB de Villiers was dismissed run out for 51 in this game to provide the 59th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring fifty in the tournament. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Bangalore batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in the tournament.

AB de Villiers was dismissed run out for 51 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of his dismissed run out after scoring fifty in the tournament. He now owns the record for most such dismissals in the tournament. Prior to this game, AB de Villiers and AT Rayudu shared the record with three such dismissals. The following table lists the dismissals of these two batsmen.

 NoNoBatsmanRunsTeamOppnVenueDate
 11AB de Villiers57BanRajBangalore29.04.15
 2AB de Villiers66BanRajPune-SRS20.05.15
 3AB de Villiers75BanMumMumbai15.04.19
 4AB de Villiers51BanSunDub-DSC21.09.20
        
 21AT Rayudu53MumKocMumbai15.04.11
 2AT Rayudu79CheSunHyd-RGS22.04.18
 3AT Rayudu82ChenBangBangalore25.04.18

AB de Villier’s 51 in this game represents his 33rd fifty and 31st half century while appearing for Bangalore. He scored two boundary sixes in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 201 boundary sixes while representing Bangalore. He became the second Bangalore batsman to score 200 plus boundary sixes after CH Gayle. CH Gayle has scored 239 boundary sixes.

He also became the second batsman to score 200 plus boundary sixes in the tournament representing a single team after CH Gayle. CH Gayle has scored 239 boundary sixes representing Bangalore.

Thus Bangalore is the only team in the tournament to have two batsmen scoring 200 plus boundary sixes.

AB de Villier’s 51 in this game represent his 37th fifty of the tournament. He now shares the fourth place in the list of batsmen who have scored most fifties in the tournament with RG Sharma and S Dhawan. RG Sharma and S Dhawan have also scored 37 fifties in the tournament. The first three places are occupied by DA Warner {48}, V Kohli {41} and SK Raina {39}

AB de Villier’s 51 in this game represent his 37th fifty of the tournament. He now occupies the second place in the list of overseas batsmen who have scored most fifties in the tournament after DA Warner. DA Warner has scored 48 fifties in the tournament.

DA Warner was dismissed run out for 6 in this game to provide the 69th occasion of a captain dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the second occasion of a Sunrisers captain dismissed run out in the tournament. The first such occasion was also his. He was dismissed run out for 21 against Rajasthan at Vizag on 21.04.15.  It also provides his 16th run out dismissal in T20 games and seventh run out dismissal in IPL.

JM Bairstow scored 61 in this game to provide the 175th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Sunrisers’ wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also represents fourth fifty by JM Bairstow in the tournament.

Sunrisers was dismissed all out for 153 in 19.4 overs to provide the 126th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the tournament. It also provides the 77th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the second innings in the tournament.

It also provides the seventh occasion of Sunrisers dismissed all out in the tournament. It also provides the 30th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the last over of the second innings in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a team dismissed in the second innings with two balls to spare. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoScoreOversITeamOppnGroundDate
116119.42DecDelDurban13.05.09
213819.42BanDecNagpur12.04.10
312419.42BanCheChennai04.05.15
417219.42BanSunHyd-RGS05.04.17
513419.42BanRajJaipur19.05.18
615319.42SunBanDub-DSC21.09.20

Sunrisers was dismissed all out for 153 in 19.4 overs to provide the first occasion of Sunrisers dismissed all out in the last over of the second innings in the tournament. It also provides the first occasion of Sunrisers dismissed in the second innings with two balls to spare.

Bangalore won this game by ten runs to provide the twelfth occasion of team wining a IPL game by ten runs  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerGroundMatch Date
1DelhiBangaloreDelhiDelhiApr 30, 2008
2ChrnnaiRajasthanRajasthanChennaiMay 24, 2008
3DeccanDelhiDeccanCuttackMar 21, 2010
4KolkataChrnnaiKolkataKolkataMay 07, 2011
5MumbaiDeccanDeccanMumbaiMay 14, 2011
6ChrnnaiDeccanChrnnaiChennaiMay 04, 2012
7RajasthanKolkataRajasthanAhmedabadMay 05, 2014
8DelhiMumbaiDelhiDelhiApr 23, 2016
9DelhiBangaloreBangaloreDelhiMay 14, 2017
10RajasthanDelhiRajasthanJaipurApr 11, 2018
11KolkataBangaloreBangaloreKolkataApr 19, 2019
12SunrisersBangaloreBangaloreDubai (DSC)Sep 21, 2020

Bangalore won this game by ten runs to provide the third occasion of Bangalore wining a IPL game by ten runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerGroundMatch Date
1DelhiBangaloreBangaloreDelhiMay 14, 2017
2KolkataBangaloreBangaloreKolkataApr 19, 2019
3SunrisersBangaloreBangaloreDubai (DSC)Sep 21, 2020

Bangalore carved its seventh win against Sunrisers in IPL. The head to head between the two teams read thus – Played 15 : Won by Bangalore – 07 : Won by Sunrisers – 08 :

The performance of both the teams at the end of this game read thus

TeamMWLTTWTLNR
Bangalore18284920114
Sunrisers10957500110

Sunrisers’ loss in this game provides its 50th loss in the tournament. Sunrisers became the eighth team in the tournament to suffer 50 losses. The following table lists those teams.

NoTeamMatWonLostTL
1Delhi17876971
2Punjab17780941
3Bangalore18284921
4Kolkata17892833
5Mumbai188107790
6Rajasthan14773691
7Chennai166101631
8Sunrisers10957501