IPL 5 – Match No 21 – Bangalore post a last ball win against Pune

Match No 21 – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Pune Pune at Bangalore on 17.04.12 – Royal Challengers Bangalore won by six wkts on the last ball of the match

 

M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore has hosted the 40th T20 game. This game was the 40th T20 game. Other Indian grounds to host 40 plus T20 games are –  Hyd-RGS {50},  Chepauk  {40} and Jaipur {40}. Thus Bangalore became the fourth Indian ground to host 40 plus T20 games. 

 

M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore is hosting the 25th IPL game. Bangalore has hosted most IPL games. MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk has hosted 24 games.

 

RV Uthappa and JD Ryder added 63 runs for the first wicket providing the sixth occasion of Pune batsmen posting 50 plus runs partnership in IPL

 

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 MN Samuels/RV Uthappa 81 3rd KE Punjab Pune 08.04.12
2 JD Ryder/SPD Smith 66* 4th Super Kings Pune 14.04.12
3 RV Uthappa/JD Ryder 63 1st Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.12
4 JD Ryder/M Manhas 60 2nd KE Punjab Mumbai 10.04.11
5 JD Ryder/MK Pandey 55 1st Deccan Hyd-RGS 10.05.11
6 JD Ryder/M Manhas 54 2nd Delhi Mumbai 17.04.11

 

RV Uthappa and JD Ryder added 63 runs for the first wicket providing the second occasion of Pune batsmen posting 50 plus runs partnership for the first wicket in IPL

 

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 RV Uthappa/JD Ryder 63 1st Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.12
2 JD Ryder/MK Pandey 55 1st Deccan Hyd-RGS 10.05.11

 

RV Uthappa and JD Ryder added 63 runs for the first wicket which represent the record stand for the first wicket by Pune batsmen in IPL. The previous best was 55 runs partnership between JD Ryder and MK Pandey against Deccan Deccan at Hyd-RGS on 10.05.11

 

RV Uthappa scored 70 in this game providing the seventh occasion of Pune batsman scoring a fifty in IPL. All the seven occasions are listed below

 

No Player Runs Opposition Ground Date
1 JD Ryder 73* Super Kings Pune-SRS 14.04.12
2 RV Uthappa 70 Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.12
3 Yuvraj Singh 66* Delhi Mumbai 17.04.11
4 Yuvraj Singh 62* Super Kings Mumbai 27.04.11
5 JD Ryder 60 Delhi Mumbai 17.04.11
6 MK Pandey 59 Mumbai Mumbai 04.05.11
7 JD Ryder 51 Bangalore Bangalore 29.04.11

 

RV Uthappa’s 70 in this game represent the second fifty by Pune batsman against Bangalore at Bangalore. The other fifty was by JD Ryder who had scored 51 on 29.04.11.

Thus RV Uthappa’s 70 in this game represent the highest individual score by Pune batsman against Bangalore

 

RV Uthappa’s runs aggregate representing Pune at the end of this game stood at 437 which included his 70 in this game. He now has the record for most runs by a Pune batsman in IPL. He went past JD Ryder who has an aggregate of 414. RV Uthappa and JD Ryder are the only two batsmen who have aggregated 400 runs representing Pune in IPL

 

Pune’s 182 for 6 in this game represent its second best team total in IPL. Its best was 187 for five against Delhi at Mum-DYP on 17.04.11, exactly an year ago.

 

CH Gayle completed 700 runs representing Bangalore during the course of 81 in this game. At the end of this game, his aggregate stood at 767. Other batsmen to total 700 plus runs representing Bangalore are – V Kohli {1384}, JH Kallis {1132} and R Dravid {898}

 

At the end of this innings CH Gayle’s aggregate of sixes representing Bangalore stood at 53 Plus. He became the eighth batsman to score 50 plus representing a single team in IPL. The complete list read thus

 

No Batsman Team Sixes
1 SK Raina Super Kings 82
2 AC Gilchrist Deccan 64
3 V Sehwag Delhi 63
4 YK Pathan Rajasthan 61
5 CH Gayle Bangalore 59
6 MS Dhoni Super Kings 57
7 SE Marsh KE Punjab 53
8 RG Sharma Deccan 51

 

With his third six in this game, CH Gayle’s aggregate of sixes in IPL stood at 80. He became the third batsman in IPL to total 80 plus sixes. Others are – AC Gilchrist {83} and SK Raina {82}

 

CH Gayle’s seventh six in this game gave him the record for most sixes in IPL – 84 sixes. He went past AC Gilchrist’s record of 83 sixes. At the end of this game his aggregate of sixes read 85.

 

This game was won by Bangalore on the last ball of the match providing the 11th    occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match in IPL. All the eleven occasions are listed below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Super Kings 4 wkts 0 188 20.0 20.0 v Delhi Delhi 08.05.08
2 Rajasthan 5 wkts 0 146 20.0 20.0 v Mumbai Jaipur 26.05.08
3 Rajasthan 3 wkts 0 164 20.0 20.0 v Super Kings Mumbai 01.06.08
4 Kings XI 6 wkts 0 154 20.0 20.0 v Kolkata Port Elizabeth 03.05.09
5 Deccan 6 wkts 0 161 20.0 20.0 v Kolkata Johannesburg 16.05.09
6 Kolkata 7 wkts 0 189 20.0 20.0 v Super Kings Centurion 18.05.09
7 Mumbai 7 wkts 0 119 20.0 20.0 v Pune Mumbai 20.04.11
8 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 176 20.0 20.0 v Kolkata Kolkata 22.05.11
9 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 139 20.0 20.0 v Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
10 Super Kings 5 wkts 0 206 20.0 20.0 v Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
11 Bangalore 6 wkts 0 183 20.0 20.0 v Pune Bangalore 17.04.12

 

This game was won by Bangalore on the last ball of the match providing the third occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match in the fifth edition of IPL. All the three occasions are listed below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 139 20.0 20.0 v Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
2 Super Kings 5 wkts 0 206 20.0 20.0 v Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
3 Bangalore 6 wkts 0 183 20.0 20.0 v Pune Bangalore 17.04.12

 

2012 IPL edition is the third edition which has witnessed three games won on the last ball of the match. Others are – 2008 and 2009. Details of the matches are furnished below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Super Kings 4 wkts 0 188 20.0 20.0 v Delhi Delhi 08.05.08
2 Rajasthan 5 wkts 0 146 20.0 20.0 v Mumbai Jaipur 26.05.08
3 Rajasthan 3 wkts 0 164 20.0 20.0 v Super Kings Mumbai 01.06.08
                   
1 Kings XI 6 wkts 0 154 20.0 20.0 v Kolkata Port Elizabeth 03.05.09
2 Deccan 6 wkts 0 161 20.0 20.0 v Kolkata Johannesburg 16.05.09
3 Kolkata 7 wkts 0 189 20.0 20.0 v Super Kings Centurion 18.05.09
                   
1 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 139 20.0 20.0 v Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
2 Super Kings 5 wkts 0 206 20.0 20.0 v Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
3 Bangalore 6 wkts 0 183 20.0 20.0 v Pune Bangalore 17.04.12

 

RV Uthappa’s 70 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 134th occasion of a batsman’s fifty going in vain in IPL. It also represents the sixth occasion of a Pune batsman’s fifty going in vain. All the six occasions are listed below

 

No Batsmen Score Team Opposition Ground Date
1 YuvrajSingh 66* Pune Delhi Mumbai 17.04.11
2 J Ryder 60 Pune Delhi Mumbai 17.04.11
3 YuvrajSingh 62* Pune Super Kings Mum-DYP 27.04.11
4 JD Ryder 51 Pune Bangalore Bangalore 29.04.11
5 MK Pandey 59 Pune Mumbai Mum-DYP 04.05.11
6 RV Uthappa 70 Pune Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.12

 

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