IPL 2010 : Four or more batsmen scoring zeroes in an innings

Four Hyderabad batsmen – MD Mishra, RG Sharma, R Sharma and PP Ojha – failed to score in the game against Bangalore at Mum-DYP on 24.04.10 providing the fifth occasion of four or more batsmen scoring zeroes in an innings in IPL matches. All the five occasions are listed below Of the five occasions, Hyderabad batsmen hold the record for most occasion of four batsmen scoring zeroes in an innings. The three occasions are – vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 20.04.08, vs Chennai at East London on 04.05.09 and vs Bangalore at Mum-DYP on 24.04.10 No Batsman Soore Team Oppn Venue Date 1 Wasim Jaffer 00 Bangalore Mohali Bangalore 05.05.08 2 CL White 00 Bangalore Mohali Bangalore 05.05.08 3 JH Kallis 00 Bangalore Mohali Bangalore 05.05.08 4 Praveen Kumar 00 Bangalore Mohali Bangalore 05.05.08 5 Zaheer Khan 00 Bangalore Mohali Bangalore 05.05.08 1 VVS Laxman 00 Hyderabad Kolkata Kolkata 20.04.08 2 RG Sharma 00 Hyderabad Kolkata Kolkata 20.04.08 3 C Vaas 00 Hyderabad Kolkata Kolkata 20.04.08 4 PP Ojha 00 Hyderabad Kolkata Kolkata 20.04.08 1 PA Patel 00 Chennai Jaipur Jaipur 04.05.08 2 SP Fleming 00 Chennai Jaipur Jaipur 04.05.08 3 J Sharma 00 Chennai Jaipur Jaipur 04.05.08 4 Muralitharan 00 Chennai Jaipur Jaipur 04.05.08 1 P Kumar 00 Bangalore Chennai P E’beth 20.04.09 2 KP Pietersen 00 Bangalore Chennai P E’beth 20.04.09 3 R Bishnoy 00 Bangalore Chennai P E’beth 20.04.09 4 DW Steyn 00 Bangalore Chennai P E’beth 20.04.09 1 AC Gilchrist 00 Hyderabad Chennai E London 04.05.09 2 HH Gibbs 00 Hyderabad Chennai E London 04.05.09 3 VVS Laxman 00 Hyderabad Chennai E London 04.05.09 4 PP Ojha 00 Hyderabad Chennai E London 04.05.09 1 MD Mishra 00 Hyderabad Bangalore Mum-DYP 24.04.10 2 RG Sharam 00 Hyderabad Bangalore Mum-DYP 24.04.10 3 R Sharma 00 Hyderabad Bangalore Mum-DYP 24.04.10 4 PP Ojha 00 Hyderabad Bangalore Mum-DYP...

IPL 2010 : How Mumbai and Chennai made it to the finals of third edition of IPL

HOW MUMBAI MADE IT TO THE FINALS MATCHES WON BY MUMBAI No V Opposition Venue Date Result of the match 1 V Jaipur Mum-BS 13.03.10 Won by 004 Runs 2 V Delhi Delhi 17.03.10 Won By 098 runs 3 V Kolkata Mum-BS 22.03.10 Won by 007 Wkts 4 V Chennai Mum-BS 25.03.10 Won By 005 Wkts 5 V Hyd’bad Mum-DYP 28.03.10 Won By 041 Runs 6 V Mohali Mum-BS 30.03.10 Won By 004 Wkts 7 V Hyd’bad Mum-BS 03.04.10 Won By 063 Runs 8 V Jaipur Jaipur 11.04.10 Won By 037 Runs 9 V Delhi Mumbai 13.04.10 Won By 039 Runs 10 V Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.10 Won By 057 Runs 11 V Bangalore Mum-DYP 21.04.10 Won By 035 Runs MATCHES LOST BY MUMBAI 1 V Bangalore Mum-BS 20.03.10 Lost By 007 Wkts 2 V Chennai Chennai 06.04.10 Lost By 034 Runs 3 V Mohali Mohali 09.04.10 Lost By 006 Wkts 4 V Kolkata Kolkata 19.04.10 Lost By 009 Wkts HOW CHENNAI MADE IT TO THE FINALS MATCHES WON BY CHENNAI No V Opposition Venue Date Result of the Match 1 V Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.10 Won By 055 Runs 2 V Delhi Delhi 19.03.10 Won By 005 Wkts 3 V Bangalore Chennai 31.03.10 Won By 005 Wkts 4 V Jaipur Chennai 03.04.10 Won By 083 Runs 5 V Mumbai Chennai 06.04.10 Won By 034 Runs 6 V Kolkata Chennai 13.04.10 Won By 009 Wkts 7 V Mohali Dharamsala 18.04.10 Won By 006 Wkts 8 V Hyd’bad Mum-DYP 22.04.10 Won By 038 Runs MATCHES LOST BY CHENNAI 1 V Hyd’bad Chennai 14.03.10 Lost By 031 Runs 2 V Mohali Chennai 21.03.10 Lost On OOE Tied 3 V Bangalore Bangalore 23.03.10 Lost By 036 Runs 4 V Mumbai Mum-BS 25.03.10 Lost By 005 Wkts 5 V Jaipur Ahmedabad 28.03.10 Lost By 017 Runs 6 V Hyd’bad Nagpur 10.04.10 Lost By 006 Wkts...

IPL 2010 : JA Morkel with 91 wickets to his credit becomes the highest wicket taker in Twenty20 games

When JA Morkel captured the wicket of RG Sharma caught by Muralitharan for 2 in the second semi final between Chennai and Hyderabad at Mum-DYP on 22.04.10 he became the highest wicket taker in Twenty20 games. It was his 91st wicket and he went past Yasir Arafat’s 90 wickets. Prior to the start of this game, Yasir Arafat and JA Morkel had an aggregate of 90 wickets JA Morkel’s 91 wickets have come from 106 matches. He has bowled 309.5 overs of which four were maiden overs. He has conceded 2471 runs for his 91 wickets at an average of 27.15 runs per wicket. His best bowling effort is his 4 for 30. He has taken four wickets in an innings on two occasions. He has represented Chennai Super Kings, Durham, South Africa and Titan in Twenty20 games. Yasir Arafat’s 90 wickets have come from 69 matches. He has bowled 234.1 overs of which four were non overs. He has conceded 1777 runs for his 90wickets at an average of 19.74 runs per wicket. His best bowling effort was his four for 17. He has captured four wickets in an innings on four occasions He has represented Kent, Otago, Pakistan, Rawalpindi Rams and Sussex in Twenty20...

IPL 2010 : MS Dhoni completes 1000 IPL runs

MS Dhoni aggregated 1000 runs in IPL in the match between Chennai and Hyderabad at Mum-DYP on 22.04.10. Dhoni had an aggregate of 980 runs prior to the start of the match. He reached the milestone when he took his score from 18 to 22 during the course of his innings of 30 in this game. At the end of the game his aggregate stood at 1011. Dhoni is the eleventh batsman to aggregate 1000 IPL runs. Others are SK Raina {1318}, AC Gilchrist {1216}, RG Sharma {1170}, SR Tendulkar {1122}, JH Kallis {1113}, G Gambhir {1097}, ML Hayden {1090}, SC Ganguly {1031}, YK Pathan {1011} and KC Sangakkara {1009} Dhoni’s 1011 runs have come from 42 matches, 37 innings of which four were not outs. His highest score is 66 not out. He has an average of 38.88 runs per innings. He has scored six half centuries and two zeroes. He has scored 84 boundary fours and 31 boundary sixes MS Dhoni became the third wicket keeper batsman to score 1000 IPL runs after AC Gilchrist {1216} and KC Sangakkara {1009} He is also the third captain in IPL to aggregate 1000 runs after AC Gilchrist {1047} and SR Tendulkar {1122} He is the second wicket keeper cum captain to score 1000 plus IPL runs after AC Gilchrist who has scored 1032 runs PP Ojha captured his 70th wicket in Twenty20 games when he captured the wicket of JA Morkel caught by A Symonds for 4 in this game. He became the 15th bowler to capture 70 plus wickets in Twenty20 games. The complete list reads thus – JA Morkel {91} Yasir Arafat {90}, GR Napier {88}, Umar Gul {86}, DP Nannes {84}, T Hendersen {84}, AD Mascarenhas {80}, M Muralitharan {79}, Shahid Afridi {78}, Irfan Pathan {78}, AJ Hall {75}, RP Singh {74}, Azhar Mahmood {71}, CM...

IPL 2010 : Anil Kumble captures his 50th wicket in Twenty20 games

Anil Kumble’s lone wicket – that of JP Duminy caught by KP Pietersen for three – in the first semi final between Bangalore and Mumbai at Mum-DYP on 21.04.10 – gave him his 50th wicket in Twenty20 games. He became the 48th bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in Twenty20 games. The complete list reads thus – Yasir Arafat {90}. JA Morkel {90}, GR Napier {88}, Umar Gul {86}, DP Nannes {84}, T Hendersen {84}, AD Mascarenhas {80}, M Muralitharan {79}, Shahid Afridi {78}, Irfan Pathan {78}, AJ Hall {75}, RP Singh {74}, Azhar Mahmood {71}, CM Willouhby {70}, PP Ojha {69}, J Louw {68}, SL Malinga {67}, AC Thomas {66}, DL Vettori {63}, DW Steyn {63}, R McLaren {63}, Saeed Ajmal {62}, TJ Murtagh {62}, CK Langveldt {61}, ND Doshi {61}, A Mishra {61}, GP Swann {61}, NM Carter {61}, JJ van der Wath {61}, SJ Cook {60}, Harbhajan Singh {58}, JC Tredwell {58}, DJ Bravo {58}, Danish Kaneria {57}, SB Styris {57}, BAW Mendis {56}, ST Jayasuriya {56}, PP Chawla {55}, Zaheer Khan {55}, Abdul Razzaq {53}, SW Tait {52}, Naved-ul-Hasan {52}, IJ Harvey {52}, RJ Kirtley {51}, YA Abdulla {50}, Mohammad Asif {50}, CW Hendersen {50} and A Kumble {50} He is the eighth Indian bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in Twenty20 games. Others are – Irfan Pathan {78}, RP Singh {74}, PP Ojha {69}, A Mishra {61}, Harbhajan Singh {58}, Zaheer Khan {55} and PP Chawla {55}. Kumble’s 55 wickets have come from 48 matches. He has bowled 184 overs of which one is a non over. He has conceded 1242 runs for his 55 wickets which have come at an average of 24.84 runs per wicket. His best bowling figures were five wickets conceding five runs. He has captured five wickets in a match once and four wickets in a match once. Kumble...

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