IPL 2010 : DJ Hussey becomes the second cricketer to appear in 100 Twenty20 games

At the end of the league stage of IPL, DJ Hussey became the second batsman to appear in 100 Twenty 20 games. He played his 101st Twenty20 game against Mumbai at Kolkata on 19.04.10 in which he scored 20 not out. His 100th game was against Chennai at Chennai on 13.04.10. He failed to score in his 100th appearance as he was stumped by MS Dhoni of R Ashwin

The other batsman who has appeared in 100 plus Twenty20 games is JA Morkel. At the end of the league stage of IPL he has appeared in 105 matches. Morkel’s 100th appearance was the game between Chennai and Jaipur at Ahmedabad on 28.03.10 in which he scored 28 runs

DJ Hussey has scored 2449 runs from 101 matches and 96 innings of which 17 were not outs. His highest score is 100 not out and has an average of 31.00 runs per innings. He has scored one hundred and 12 half centuries. With the leather he has captured 29 wickets conceding 871 runs. His best bowling is 3 for 25 and has an average of 30.03 runs per wicket. He has taken 51 catches and holds the record for most catches in Twetny20 games. Infact he is the only fieldsman to pouch 50 plus catches in Twenty20 games.

DJ Hussey has represented Australia, Australia A. Kolkata Knight Riders, Nottinghamshire and Victoria in Twenty20 games

JA Morkel has an aggregate of 1494 runs from 105 matches, 86 innings of which 27 were not outs. His highest score is 71 and has an average of 25.32 runs per innings. He has scored four half centuries. With the leather he has an aggregate of 90 wickets conceding 2456 runs. He has an average of 27.28 runs per wicket. His best bowling figures is 4 for 30. He has taken four wickets in a match on two occasions. He has taken 22 catches

Yasir Arafat and JA Morkel share the record for most wickets in Twenty20 games. Both the bowlers have captured 90 wickets. JA Morkel’s 90th victim was DPMD Jayawardene who was caught by Tyagi for 21 in the game between Chennai and Mohali at Dharamsala on 18.04.10

JA Morkel has represented Chennai Super Kings, Durham, South Africa and Titans in Twenty20 games.

IPL 2010 : RG Sharma's fielding records

RG Sharma took his aggregate of IPL catches to 21 with three catches in the game between Hyderabad and Delhi at Delhi on 18.04.10. He became the fourth fieldsman in IPL to pouch 20 plus catches. Others are SK Raina {25}, AB de Villiers {22} and HH Gibbs {21}

RG Sharma’s three catches in this game provide the eleventh occasion of a fieldsman taking three or more catches in an innings in IPL. The complete list read thus – SR Tendulkar of Mumbai – four catches vs Kolakta at Mumbai on 16.05.08, DA Warner of Delhi – four catches vs Jaipur at Delhi on 31.03.10, AM Nayar of Mumbai – three catches vs Bangalore at Mumbai on 20.04.08, RV Uthappa of Mumbai – three catches vs Delhi at Delhi on 04.05.08, PP Chawla of Mohali – theee catches vs Bangalore at Durban on 01.05.09, AB de Villiers of Delhi – three catches vs Chennai at Jo’burg on 02.05.09, RP Singh of Hyderabad – three catches vs Chennai at Chennai on 14.03.10, SK Raina of Chennai – three catches vs Delhi at Delhi on 19.03.10, DA Warner of Delhi – three catches vs Bangalore at Delhi on 04.04.10, B Sumanth of Hyderabad – three catches at Nagpur on 12.04.10

RG Sharma’s three catches in this game provide the sixth occasion of a fieldsman pouching three or more catches in 2010 edition. The six occasions are – SR Tendulkar of Mumbai – four catches vs Kolakta at Mumbai on 16.05.08, RP Singh of Hyderabad – three catches vs Chennai at Chennai on 14.03.10, SK Raina of Chennai – three catches vs Delhi at Delhi on 19.03.10, DA Warner of Delhi – three catches vs Bangalore at Delhi on 04.04.10, B Sumanth of Hyderabad – three catches at Nagpur on 12.04.10 and RG Sharma of Hyderabad – three catches vs Delhi at Dharmsala on 18.04.10

RG Sharma became the third fieldsman to pouch three catches in an innings against Delhi. Other two are – RV Uthappa of Mumbai – three catches vs Delhi at Delhi on 04.05.08 and SK Raina of Chennai – three catches vs Delhi at Delhi on 19.03.10

RG Sharma became the third Hyderabad fieldsman to pouch three catches in an innings. The other two are – RP Singh – three catches vs Chennai at Chennai on 14.03.10 and B Sumanth – three catches at Nagpur on 12.04.10

KRD Karthik caught RG Sharma of U Yadav for 11 in this game to take his IPL dismissals aggregate to 37. KRD Karthik with 37 dismissals shares the record of most IPL dismissals with AC Gilchrist who also has 37 dismissals to his credit.

By a statistical coincidence, both these wicket keepers have 24 catches and 13 stumping dismissals which totals to 37 dismissals

A Symonds hit five sixes in his innings of 54 in this game providing the ninth occasion of a Hyderabad batsman hitting five or more sixes in an innings. The particulars are – AC Gilchrist {10 sixes in 109 vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08}, A Symonds {07 sixes in his 117* vs Jaipur at Hyd-RGS on 24.04.08}, YV Venugopala Rao {06 sixes in his 71* vs Kolkata at Hyd-RGS on 11.05.08}, AC Gilchrist {05 sixes in his 71 vs Bangalore at Cape Town on 22.04.08}, RG Sharma {05 sixes in his 52 vs Bangalore at Cape Town on 22.04.09}, DR Smith {05 sixes in his 49 vs Chennai at East London on 04.05.09}, AC Gilchrist {05 sixes in his 64 vs Delhi at Durban on 04.05.09}, AC Gilchrist {05 sixes in his 85 vs Delhi at Centurion on 15.05.09} and A Symonds {05 sixes in his 54 vs Delhi at Delhi on 18.04.10}

A Symond’s five sixes in this game provide the third occasion of a Hyderabad batsman scoring five sixes in an innings at Delhi. The other two occasions are – AC Gilchrist {05 sixes in his 85 vs Delhi at Centurion on 15.05.09} and A Symonds {05 sixes in his 54 vs Delhi at Delhi on 18.04.10}. A Symonds is the second Hyderabad batsman to hit five sixes in an innings against Delhi

IPL 2010 : Sangakkara completes 1000 runs : SE Marsh registers his eighth IPL fifty

KC Sangakkara completed 1000 IPL runs during the match between Mohali and Chennai at Dharamsala on 18.04.10. He reached the mile stone when he was on 24 during the course of his knock of 33. At the end of the game his aggregate stood at 1009

Sangakkara became the ninth batsman to aggregate 1000 IPL runs. Others are – SK Raina {1316}, AC Gilchrist {1201}. RG Sharma {1168}, SR Tendulkar {1113}, JH Kallis {1097}, ML Hayden {1082} and YK Pathan {1011}

Sangakkara’s 1009 runs have come from 37 matches, 34 innings of which two were not outs. His highest score is 94. He has an average of 31.53 runs per innings. He has scored eight half centuries and two zeroes. He has scored 117 boundary four and 18 boundary sixes.

KC Sangakkara earned the distinction of becoming the second wicket keeper batsman to aggregate 1000 IPL runs after AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad who has an aggregate of 1201 runs.

SE Marsh of Mohali scored 88 not out in this game which represents his eighth fifty in IPL. He became the ninth batsman in IPL to register eight or more fifties. Others are – JH Kallis {10}, ML Hayden {08}, SR Tendulkar {08}, KC Sangakkara {08}, G Gambhir {08}, SK Raina {08}, RG Sharma {08} and AC Gilchrist {08}

SE Marsh’s eight fifties read thus – 85* vs Hyderabad at Hyderabad on 01.05.08, 58 vs Chennai at Chennai on 10.05.08, 74* vs Bangalore at Mohali on 12.05.08, 81 vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 21.05.08, 60 vs Hyderabad at Mohali on 23.05.08, 115 vs Jaipur at Mohali on 28.05.08, 57 vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 30.03.10 and 88* vs Chennai at Dharamsala on 18.04.10

SE Marsh and AC Gilchrist are the two batsmen among the captioned nine batsmen to have scored a hundred in their eight fifties.

IPL 2010 : SC Ganguly registers his seventh fifty as captain

SC Ganguly’s 75 not out in the game between Kolkata and Jaipur at Kolkata on 18.04.10 provides the 42nd occasion of a captain scoring fifty in IPL.

SC Ganguly registered his seventh fifty while leading Kolkata when he scored 75 not out in this game. He is on par with AC Gilchrist who has scored seven fifties. Only SR Tendulkar with eight fifties has scored more fifties than SC Ganguly and AC Gilchrist at the end of the game

AC Gilchrist’s fifties read thus – 54 vs Chennai at Chennai on 06.05.08, 61 vs Jaipur at Jaipur on 09.05.08, 50 vs Mohali at Mohali on 23.05.08, 71 vs Bangalore at Cape Town on 22.04.09, 64 vs Delhi at Durban on 13.05.09, 85 vs Delhi at Centurion on 22.05.09 and 54 vs Kolkata at Mumbai on 12.03.10

SC Ganguly’s fifties read thus – 51 vs Kolkata at Jaipur on 01.05.08, 91 vs Hyderabad at Hyderabad on 11.05.08, 86* vs Mohali at Kolkata on 25.05.08, 50 vs Mohali at Kolkata on 27.03.10, 88 vs Hyderabad at Kolkata on 01.04.10, 56 vs Delhi at Kolkata on 07.04.10 and 75* vs Jaipur at Kolkata on 17.04.10

SR Tendulkar’s eight fifties read thus – 65 vs Mohali at Mumbai on 21.05.08, 59* vs Chennai at Cape Town on 18.04.09, 68 vs Kolkata at P Elizabeth on 27.04.10, 63 vs Delhi at Delhi on 17.03.10, 71* vs Kolkata at Mumbai {BS} on 22.03.10, 72 vs Chennai at Mumbai {BS} on 25.03.10, 55 vs Hyderabad at Mumbai on 28.03.10 and 89* vs Jaipur at Jaipur on 11.04.10

IPL 2010 : Victories by 50 plus runs margin in IPL

Mumbai won its game against Bangalore at Bangalore on 17.04.10 by 57 runs providing the fifteenth occasion of a team winning an IPL game by 50 plus run margin. All the fifteen occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Date
1 Kolkata 140 runs 223 Bangalore Bangalore 18.04.08
2 Jaipur 105 runs 193 Delhi Mumbai 30.05.08
3 Mumbai 098 runs 219 Delhi Delhi 17.03.10
4 Chennai 092 runs 180 Bangalore P Elizabeth 20.04.09
5 Mumbai 092 runs 188 Kolkata P Elizabeth 27.04.09
6 Chennai 078 runs 179 Hyderabad E London 04.05.09
7 Jaipur 078 runs 212 Mohali Durban 05.05.09
8 Bangalore 075 runs 134 Jaipur Cape Town 18.04.09
9 Delhi 067 runs 189 Jaipur Delhi 31.03.10
10 Mohali 066 runs 183 Mumbai Mohali 25.04.08
11 Jaipur 065 runs 198 Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
12 Mumbai 063 runs 179 Hyderabad Mum-BS 03.04.10
13 Mumbai 057 runs 192 Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.10
14 Chennai 055 runs 165 Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.10
15 Hyderabad 053 runs 167 Jaipur Kimberley 11.05.09

Mumbai won its game against Bangalore at Bangalore on 17.04.10 by 57 runs gave Mumbai its fourth win by 50 plus runs margin in IPL. Mumbai’s four wins by 50 plus runs is a record for most wins by 50 plus runs margin by a team in IPL. Chennai and Jaipur are the other two teams which have won a game by 50 plus runs margin on three occasions

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Date
1 Chennai 092 runs 180 Bangalore P Elizabeth 20.04.09
2 Chennai 078 runs 179 Hyderabad E London 04.05.09
3 Chennai 055 runs 165 Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.10
1 Jaipur 105 runs 193 Delhi Mumbai 30.05.08
2 Jaipur 078 runs 212 Mohali Durban 05.05.09
3 Jaipur 065 runs 198 Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
1 Mumbai 098 runs 219 Delhi Delhi 17.03.10
2 Mumbai 092 runs 188 Kolkata P Elizabeth 27.04.09
3 Mumbai 063 runs 179 Hyderabad Mum-BS 03.04.10
4 Mumbai 057 runs 192 Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.10

Bangalore lost its game by 57 runs against Mumbai at Bangalore on 17.04.10 providing the fourth occasion of Bangalore losing the game by 50 plus runs in IPL. Bangalore owns the record for losing a game on most occasions by 50 plus runs margin in IPL – on four occasions. Jaipur is the other team which has lost an IPL game by 50 plus runs margin on three ocasions

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Date
1 Kolkata 140 runs 223 Bangalore Bangalore 18.04.08
2 Chennai 092 runs 180 Bangalore P Elizabeth 20.04.09
3 Jaipur 065 runs 198 Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
4 Mumbai 057 runs 192 Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.10
1 Bangalore 075 runs 134 Jaipur Cape Town 18.04.09
2 Delhi 067 runs 189 Jaipur Delhi 31.03.10
3 Hyderabad 053 runs 167 Jaipur Kimberley 11.05.09

IPL 2010 : Bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an IPL game

Pankaj Singh of Bangalore retuned with figures of 4.0-0-54-0 in the game against Mumbai at Bangalore on 17.04.10 providing the 24th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an IPL game. All the 24 occasions are listed below

No Bowlers W R Team Opposition Ground Date
1 RP Singh 1 59 Hyderabad Kolkata Hyd-RGS 11.05.08
2 M Mortaza 0 58 Kolkata Hyderabad Jo’burg 16.05.09
3 P Amarnath 1 57 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
4 VRV Singh 0 56 Mohali Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08
5 JA Morkel 2 56 Chennai Jaipur Chennai 03.04.10
6 MM Patel 0 55 Jaipur Hyderabad Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
7 MM Patel 1 55 Jaipur Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
8 Pankaj Singh 0 54 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 17.04.10
9 JR Hopes 1 53 Mohali Chennai Mohali 19.04.08
10 JDP Oram 0 53 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
11 SW Tait 1 53 Jaipur Delhi Delhi 31.03.10
12 WPUJC Vaas 2 52 Hyderabad Delhi Durban 13.05.09
13 Muralitharan 1 52 Chennai Jaipur Chennai 03.04.10
14 Mohd Asif 0 51 Delhi Hyderabad Delhi 15.05.08
15 PJ Sangwan 0 51 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 19.05.08
16 JH Kallis 1 51 Bangalore Mohali Durban 24.04.09
17 R Sathish 1 51 Mumbai Jaipur Mumbai (BS) 13.03.10
18 S Sreesanth 0 51 Mohali Hyderabad Cuttack 19.03.10
19 RP Singh 1 51 Hyderabad Mohali Dharamsala 16.04.10
20 RP Singh 0 50 Hyderabad Delhi Delhi 15.05.08
21 B Geeves 1 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 24.05.08
22 VY Mahesh 2 50 Delhi Jaipur Mumbai 30.05.08
23 A Flintoff 0 50 Chennai Delhi Durban 23.04.09
24 MF Maharoof 2 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 17.03.10

The following table lists out the ten occasions of a bowler going wicket less conceding 50 plus runs in IPL with Pankaj Singh with his none for 54 figuring in the list. Pankaj Singh became the first Bangalore bowler to concede 50 plus runs without capturing a wicket

No Bowlers W R Team Opposition Ground Date
1 M Mortaza 0 58 Kolkata Hyderabad Jo’burg 16.05.09
2 VRV Singh 0 56 Mohali Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08
3 MM Patel 0 55 Jaipur Hyderabad Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
4 Pankaj Singh 0 54 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 17.04.10
5 JDP Oram 0 53 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
6 Mohd Asif 0 51 Delhi Hyderabad Delhi 15.05.08
7 PJ Sangwan 0 51 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 19.05.08
8 S Sreesanth 0 51 Mohali Hyderabad Cuttack 19.03.10
9 RP Singh 0 50 Hyderabad Delhi Delhi 15.05.08
10 A Flintoff 0 50 Chennai Delhi Durban 23.04.09

Pankaj Singh became the second Bangalore bowler to concede 50 plus runs in IPL after JH Kallis. Pankaj Singh’s none for 54 represents the most expensive figures in terms of runs conceded by a Bangalore bowler in IPL in terms of runs conceded

No Bowlers W R Team Opposition Ground Date
1 Pankaj Singh 0 54 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 17.04.10
2 JH Kallis 1 51 Bangalore Mohali Durban 24.04.09

Pankaj Singh became the sixth bowler to concede 50 plus runs against Mumbai in an IPL game. Others are – P Amarnath of Chennai, VRV Singh of Mohali., JDP Oram of Chennai, B Geeves of Delhi and MF Mahroof of Delhi

No Bowlers W R Team Opposition Ground Date
1 P Amarnath 1 57 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
2 VRV Singh 0 56 Mohali Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08
3 Pankaj Singh 0 54 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 17.04.10
4 JDP Oram 0 53 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
5 B Geeves 1 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 24.05.08
6 MF Maharoof 2 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 17.03.10

IPL 2010 : Records galore at Dharmasala

KC Sangakkara’s 52 in the game between Mohali and Hyderabad at Dharmasala on 16.04.10 represent his eighth fifty in IPL. He became the seventh batsman in IPL to score eight or more fifties. The others are JH Kallis of Bangalore {ten}, AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad {eight}, ML Hayden of Chennai {eight}, SK Raina {eight}, SR Tendulkar of Mumbai {eight}, SK Raina of Chennai {eight} and G Gambhir of Delhi {08}

KC Sangakkara’s eight fifties read thus – 54* vs Chennai at Mohali on 19.04.08, 94 vs Mumbai at Mohali on 25.04.08, 50 vs Hyderabad at Mohali on 23.05.08, 64 vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 26.05.08, 60 vs Jaipur at Cape Town o 26.04.09, 56 vs Hyderabad at Johannesburg on 17.05.09, 56 vs Mumbai at Mohali on 09.04.10 and 52 vs Hyderabad at Dharmasala on 16.04.10

Later during Hyderabad innings, RG Sharma with his 68 not out became the eighth batsman to score eight or more fifties in IPL

RG Sharma’s eight fifties read thus – 66 vs Delhi at Hyderabad on 22.04.08, 76* vs Mohali at Hyderabad on 01.05.08, 57 vs Bangalore at Bangalore on 03.05.08, 50 vs Mohali at Mohali on 23.05.08, 52 vs Bangalore at Cape Town on 22.04.09, 73 vs Jaipur at Nagpur on 05.04.10, 51 vs Bangalore at Nagpur on 12.04.10 and 68* vs Mohali at Dharmasala on 16.04.10

KC Sangakkara with his eight fifties shares the record of most fifties by a wicket keeper batsman in IPL with AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad who also have scored eight fifties.

AC Gilchrist’s fifties read thus – 109* vs Mumbai at Mum-DYP on 27.04.08, 54 vs Chennai at Chennai on 06.05.08, 61 vs Jaipur at Jaipur on 09.05.08, 50 vs Mohali at Mohali on 23.05.08, 71 vs Bangalore at Cape Town on 22.04.09, 63 vs Delhi at Durban on 13.05.09, 85 vs Delhi at Centurion on 22.05.09 and 54 vs Kolkata at Mumbai {DYP} on 12.03.10

KC Sangakkara with his eight half centuries owns the record of most half centuries by a wicket keeper batsman in IPL. He wrested the record from AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad who has scored seven half centuries

DPMD Jayawardene’s 93 not out in this game provide the eighth occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in IPL. Other seven occasions are – 98 by SK Raina {Chennai vs Jaipur at Centurion on 30.04.09}, 94* by V Sehwag {Delhi vs Hyderabad at Hyderabad on 22.04.08}, 94 by KC Sangakkara {Mohali vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 25.04.08}, 94* by NV Ojha {Jaipur vs Chennai at Chennai on 02.04.10}, 93 by ML Hayden {Chennai vs Delhi at Delhi on 19.03.10}, 91 by SC Ganguly {Kolkata vs Hyderabad at Hyderabad on 11.05.08} and 91 by GC Smith {Jaipur vs Chennai at Chennai on 24.05.08}

DPMD Jayawardene’s 93 not out in this game provide the second occasion of a Mohali batsman scoring a ninety in IPL. KC Sangakkara had scored 94 vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 02.04.10

RP Singh conceded 51 runs in this game providing the 23rd occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an IPL game.

RP Singh with his figures of 4.0-0-51-1 in this game owns the record of conceding 50 plus runs on most occasions in IPL. He has leaked 50 plus runs on three occasions – 4.0-0-59-1 vs Kolkata at Hyd-RGS on 11.05.08, 4.0-0-51-1 vs Mohali at Dharmasala on 16.04.10 and 4.0-0-50-0 vs Delhi at Delhi on 16.05.08


RP Singh wrested this dubious record from MM Patel of Jaipir who had conceded 50 plus runs on two occasions – 4.0-0-55-0 vs Hyderabad at Hyd-RGS on 24.04.08 and 4.0-0-55-1 vs Chennai at Chennai on 24.05.09

RP Singh’s bowling figures of 4.0-0-59-1 against Kolkata at Hyd-RGS on 11.05.08 represent the most expensive bowling figures in terms of runs conceded in IPL games

AC Gilchrist at the end of this game has the record of most dismissals by a wicket keeper in IPL. He has effected 37 dismissals – 24 catches and 13 stumpings. His 37th victim was SE Marsh of the bowling of RJ Harris for zero. He wrested the record from KRD Karthik of Delhi who has 36 dismissals to his credit {23 catches and 13 stumpings}

AC Gilchrist’s 24 catches is a record for most catches held by a wicket keeper in IPL. He wrested the record from KRD Karthik of Delhi who has pouched 23 catches

This match witnessed the third pair of brothers playing for the rival teams in an IPL game. SE Marsh represented Mohali and ME Marsh represented Hyderabad in this game

Yousuf Pathan of Jaipur and Irfan Pathan of Mohali {half brothers} and MEK Hussey of Chennai and DJ Hussey of Kolkata were the other pair of brothers who have played for rival teams in IPL

IPL 2010 : G Gambhir registers his eighth IPL fifty

G Gambhir’s 57 not out in the game between Delhi and Chennai at Chennai on 15.04.10 represent his eighth fifty in IPL. He became the sixth batsman to score eight or more fifties in IPL. The others are JH Kallis of Bangalore {ten}, AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad {eight}, ML Hayden of Chennai {eight} and SK Raina {eight}

JH Kallis’s ten fifties in IPL read thus – 54 vs Delhi at Delhi on 30.04.08, 62 vs Mohali at Durban on 24.04.09, 69* vs Mumbai at Jo’burg on 03.05.09, 58* vs Delhi at Jo’burg on 19.05.09, 65* vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 14.03.10, 89* vs Mohali at Bangalore on 16.03.10, 66* vs Mumbai at Mum-BS on 20.03.10, 52 vs Chennai at Chennai on 31.03.10, 54 vs Delhi at Delhi on 04.04.10 and 68 vs Hyderabad at Bangalore on 08.04.10.

AC Gilchrist’s eight fifties read thus – 109* vs Mumbai at Mum-DYP on 27.04.08, 54 vs Chennai at Chennai on 06.05.08, 61 vs Jaipur at Jaipur on 09.05.08, 50 vs Mohali at Mohali on 23.05.08, 71 vs Bangalore at Cape Town on 22.04.09, 63 vs Delhi at Durban on 13.05.09, 85 vs Delhi at Centurion on 22.05.09 and 54 vs Kolkata at Mumbai {DYP} on 12.03.10

ML Haydens’ eight fifties read thus – 81 vs Mumbai at Chennai on 22.04.08, 70* vs Kolkata at Chennai on 26.04.08, 65 vs Bangalore at P Elizabeth on 20.04.09, 57 vs Delhi at Durban on 23.04.09, 89 vs Mohali at Centurion on 07.05.09, 60 vs Bangalore at Durban on 14.05.09, 60* vs Mumbai at P Elizabeth on 16.05.09 and 93 vs Delhi at Delhi on 19.03.10

SR Tendulkar’s eight fifties read thus – 65 vs Mohali at Mumbai on 21.05.08, 59* vs Chennai at Cape Town on 18.04.09, 68 vs Kolkata at P Elizabeth on 27.04.10, 63 vs Delhi at Delhi on 17.03.10, 71* vs Kolkata at Mumbai {BS} on 22.03.10, 72 vs Chennai at Mumbai {BS} on 25.03.10, 55 vs Hyderabad at Mumbai on 28.03.10 and 89* vs Jaipur at Jaipur on 11.04.10

SK Raina’s fifties read thus – 53 vs Mumbai at Chennai on 22.04.08, 54* vs Hyderabad at Hyderabad on 27.05.08, 55* vs Mohali at Mumbai on 31.05.08, 98 vs Jaipur at Centurion on 30.04.09, 52 vs Kolkata at Centurion on 18.05.09, 83 vs Mumbai at Mumbai {BS} on 25.03.10, 52 vs Hyderabad at Nagpur on 10.04.10 and 78* vs Kolkata at Chennai on 13.04.10

G Gambhir’s eight fifties read thus – 58 vs Jaipur at Delhi on 19.04.08, 86* vs Bangalore at Delhi on 30.04.08, 50 vs Chennai at Chennai on 02.05.08, 80 vs Chennai at Delhi on 08.05.08, 79 vs Hyderabad at Delhi on 15.05.08, 71* vs Kolkata at Durban on 05.05.09, 72 vs Mohali at Mohali on 13.03.10 and 57* vs Chennai at Chennai on 15.04.10

IPL 2010 : Batsmen dismissed run out in IPL after scoring a fifty

KP Pietersen was dismissed run out for 62 in the game between Bangalore and Jaipur at Jaipur on 14.04.10 providing the fifteenth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after registering a fifty in IPL. All the fifteen occasions are listed below

No Batsman Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 ML Hayden 81 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
2 SM Katich 75 Mohali Delhi Mohali 27.04.08
3 SR Watson 74 Jaipur Delhi Jaipur 11.05.08
4 SR Tendulkar 65 Mumbai Mohali Mumbai 21.05.08
5 YK Pathan 56 Jaipur Chennai Mum-DYP 01.06.08
6 BJ Hodge 73 Kolkata Mumbai E London 01.05.09
7 ML Hayden 65 Chennai B’lore P E’beth 20.04.09
8 JP Duminy 62 Mumbai Chennai P E’beth 16.05.09
9 KC Sangakkara 60 Mohali Jaipur Cape Town 26.04.09
10 HH Gibbs 58 Hyd’bad Mumbai Durban 25.04.09
11 YK Pathan 100 Jaipur Mumbai MumBS 13.03.10
12 DA Warner 57 Delhi Hyderabad Cuttack 21.03.10
13 JH Kallis 52 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 31.03.10
14 JA Morkel 62 Chennai Jaipur Chennai 07.04.10
15 KP Pietersen 62 Bangalore Jaipur Jaipur 14.04.10

IPL 2010 : YK Pathan and RV Uthappa achieve personal milestones

YK Pathan of Jaipur became the eighth batsman to aggregate 1000 IPL runs in the match between Jaipur and Bangalore at Jaipur on 14.04.10. He reached the milestone when he was on eight during the course of his knock of 11. At the end of the game, his run aggregate stood at 1003.

He became the eighth batsman to total 1000 IPL runs. Others are SK Raina of Chennai {1255}, AC Gilchrist {1182}, SR Tendulkar {1094}, RG Sharma {1089}, JH Kallis {1088}, ML Hayden {1076} and G Gambhir {1036}

YK Pathan’s 1003 runs have come from 42 matches, 41 innings of which four were not outs. His highest score is 100 and has an average of 27.10 runs per innings. He has scored one hundred and seven half centuries. He has hit 88 boundary fours and 61 sixes.

RV Uthappa of Bangalore became the first batsman in the third edition of IPL to hit 25 boundary sixes. He hit his 25th six of the bowling of SK Warne {Jaipur innings 8.3 over} to cart him over long on in the game between Bangalore and Jaipur at Jaipur on 14.04.10.

He became the fifth batsman in IPL to score 25 or more boundary sixes in a single edition of IPL. The others are – ST Jayasuriya of Mumbai in 2008 {31}, AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad in 2009 {29}, SE Marsh of Mohali in 2008 {26} and YK Pathan of Jaipur in 2008 {25}

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