IPL 5 – Match No 40 – Mumbai edge out Deccan in a low scoring match

Match No 40 – Mumbai Indians vs. Deccan Chargers at Mumbai on 29.04.12 – Mumbai Indians won by five wickets

Deccan were dismissed all out for 100 runs in this innings providing the 16th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total of 100 runs and less than 100 runs in IPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Date
1 Rajasthan 58 15.1 2 Bangalore Cape Town 18.04.09
2 Kolkata 67 15.2 1 Mumbai Mumbai 16.05.08
3 Kochi 74 16.3 2 Deccan Kochi 27.04.11
4 Rajasthan 81 15.2 1 Kolkata Kolkata 17.04.11
5 Deccan 82 18.3 1 Bangalore Mumbai 24.04.10
6 Bangalore 82 15.1 2 Kolkata Bangalore 18.04.08
7 Delhi 87 16.1 2 Rajasthan Mumbai 30.05.08
8 Bangalore 87 15.2 2 Chennai P Elizabeth 20.04.09
9 Mumbai 87 12.5 2 Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
10 Rajasthan 92 19.5 1 Bangalore Bangalore 18.03.10
11 Mumbai 92 19.2 1 Delhi Mumbai 16.04.12
12 Mumbai 95 17.4 1 Mumbai Delhi 10.04.11
13 Kolkata 95 15.2 2 Mumbai P Elizabeth 27.04.09
14 Rajasthan 97 18.3 1 Kochi Indore 15.05.11
15 Deccan 100 14.4 2 Chennai East London 04.05.09
16 Deccan 100 18.4 1 Mumbai Mumbai 29.04.12

Rajasthan {04}, Mumbai {03} and Deccan {03} are the three teams in IPL which have been dismissed all out for a total of 100 and less than 100 on three occasions in IPL. Deccan joined the fray in this game. The following table lists out the performances of these three teams

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Date
1 Deccan 82 18.3 1 Bangalore Mumbai 24.04.10
2 Deccan 100 14.4 2 Chennai East London 04.05.09
3 Deccan 100 18.4 1 Mumbai Mumbai 29.04.12
               
1 Mumbai 87 12.5 2 Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
2 Mumbai 92 19.2 1 Delhi Mumbai 16.04.12
3 Mumbai 95 17.4 1 Mumbai Delhi 10.04.11
               
1 Rajasthan 58 15.1 2 Bangalore Cape Town 18.04.09
2 Rajasthan 81 15.2 1 Kolkata Kolkata 17.04.11
3 Rajasthan 92 19.5 1 Bangalore Bangalore 18.03.10
4 Rajasthan 97 18.3 1 Kochi Indore 15.05.11

SL Malinga retuned with figures of 4.0-0-16-4 in this game providing the 54th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL. His figures also represent the 43rd occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in IPL.

His figures represent the tenth occasion of a Mumbai bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL. The complete list is furnished below

No Bowlers O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CRD Fernando 4.0 0 18 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
2 Harbhajan Singh 4.0 0 17 4 Mumbai Delhi Centurion 21.05.09
3 SL Malinga 4.0 0 22 4 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai BS 30.03.10
4 SL Malinga 3.4 1 13 5 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 10.04.11
5 Harbhajan Singh 4.0 0 18 5 Mumbai Chennai Mumbai 22.04.11
6 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
7 MM Patel 4.0 0 20 4 Mumbai Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
8 MM Patel 3.4 0 28 4 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 11.04.12
9 KA Pollard 4.0 0 44 4 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 11.04.12
10 SL Malinga 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

SL Malinga’s four wicket haul in this game represent his third four or more wickets haul in IPL. He became the fourth bowler to capture four or more wickets on three occasions in IPL. Others are – A Kumble, MM Patel and L Balaji. The performances of these four bowlers are furnished below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 A Kumble 3.1 1 5 5 Bangalore Rajasthan Cape Town 18.04.09
2 A Kumble 4.0 0 16 4 Bangalore Deccan Johannesburg 24.05.09
3 A Kumble 3.3 0 16 4 Bangalore Deccan Mumbai 24.04.10
                   
1 L Balaji 4.0 0 24 5 Chennai Punjab Chennai 10.05.08
2 L Balaji 3.3 0 21 4 Chennai Rajasthan Centurion 30.04.09
3 L Balaji 4.0 0 18 4 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
                   
1 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 20 4 Mumbai Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
3 MM Patel 3.4 0 28 4 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 11.04.12
                   
1 SL Malinga 4.0 0 22 4 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai BS 30.03.10
2 SL Malinga 3.4 1 13 5 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 10.04.11
3 SL Malinga 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

SL Malinga’s four wicket haul in this game represent his third four or more wickets haul in IPL. He became the second Mumbai bowler to capture four or more wickets on three occasions in IPL after MM Patel.  The performances of these two bowlers are furnished below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 20 4 Mumbai Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
3 MM Patel 3.4 0 28 4 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 11.04.12
                   
1 SL Malinga 4.0 0 22 4 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai BS 30.03.10
2 SL Malinga 3.4 1 13 5 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 10.04.11
3 SL Malinga 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

SL Malinga’s four wicket haul in this game provide the 12th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets against Deccan Chargers in IPL which are listed below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 A Mishra 4.0 0 17 5 Delhi Deccan Delhi 15.05.08
2 RA Jadeja 4.0 0 16 5 Chennai Deccan Vizag 07.04.12
3 SB Jakati 4.0 0 22 4 Chennai Deccan East London 04.05.09
4 R Bhatia 2.4 0 15 4 Delhi Deccan Durban 13.05.09
5 A Kumble 4.0 0 16 4 Bangalore Deccan Johannesburg 24.05.09
6 SK Warne 4.0 0 21 4 Rajasthan Deccan Nagpur 05.04.10
7 DE Bollinger 4.0 1 13 4 Chennai Deccan Mumbai 22.04.10
8 A Kumble 3.3 0 16 4 Bangalore Deccan Mumbai 24.04.10
9 PC Valthaty 4.0 0 29 4 Punjab Deccan Hyd-RGS 16.04.11
10 MR Marsh 4.0 0 25 4 Pune Deccan Hyd-RGS 10.05.11
11 MM Patel 4.0 0 20 4 Mumbai Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
12 SL Malinga 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

SL Malinga became the second Mumbai bowler to capture four wickets against Deccan in IPL after MM Patel. SL Malinga’s 4 for 16 in this game represent the best bowling effort by a Mumbai bowler against Deccan in IPL. Previous best was MM Patel’s 4 for 29 at Vizag on 09.04.12

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 MM Patel 4.0 0 20 4 Mumbai Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
2 SL Malinga 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

SL Maling’s tally of IPL wickets read 76 at the end of this game which includes his four wickets haul. He continues to hold the record for most wickets in IPL. He became the first bowler to capture 75 plus wickets in IPL

Harbhajan Singh captured his 50th wicket in IPL when he captured the wicket of IR Jaggi caught by MM Patel for 2 in this game. At the end of this game, his total tally read 51. He became the 14th bowler to reach the milestone. The complete list is furnished below

No Player Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5
1 SL Malinga 48 48 185.0 5 1150 76 5/13 15.13 2 1
2 PP Chawla 64 64 216.0 1 1613 68 4/17 23.72 1 0
3 RP Singh 61 61 221.0 2 1714 68 4/22 25.20 2 0
4 A Mishra 51 51 189.2 3 1323 66 5/17 20.04 1 1
5 MM Patel 52 52 183.5 5 1331 66 5/21 20.16 2 1
6 PP Ojha 60 59 207.1 0 1473 66 3/21 22.31 0 0
7 IK Pathan 65 64 228.3 7 1751 64 3/24 27.35 0 0
8 JA Morkel 61 59 198.4 3 1666 61 4/32 27.31 1 0
9 SK Warne 55 54 199.0 1 1447 57 4/21 25.38 1 0
10 Z Khan 55 54 202.2 3 1581 57 3/21 27.73 0 0
11 DW Steyn 46 46 175.1 3 1153 52 3/12 22.17 0 0
12 Harbhajan Singh 55 53 190.3 2 1304 51 5/18 25.56 1 1
13 M Muralitharan 49 49 191.0 1 1247 50 3/11 24.94 0 0
14 R Vinay Kumar 55 54 178.1 0 1473 50 4/40 29.46 1 0

RP Singh’s lone wicket in this game gave him a total of 68 wickets in IPL. He now shares the second place for most wickets jointly with PP Chawla. The record for most wickets is held by SL Malinga with a tally of 76 wickets

No Player Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5
1 SL Malinga 48 48 185.0 5 1150 76 5/13 15.13 2 1
2 PP Chawla 64 64 216.0 1 1613 68 4/17 23.72 1 0
3 RP Singh 61 61 221.0 2 1714 68 4/22 25.20 2 0

RP Singh became the second bowler in IPL to concede 1700 plus runs. At the end of this game he has conceded 1714 runs. IK Pathan is the other bowler who has conceded 1751 runs and holds the record for most runs leaked in IPL.

No Player Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5
1 IK Pathan 65 64 228.3 7 1751 64 3/24 27.35 0 0
2 RP Singh 61 61 221.0 2 1714 68 4/22 25.20 2 0

SL Malinga’s tally of T20 wickets at the end of this game read 146. He shares the fourth place amongst the most wicket takers in T20 games with JA Morkel who also has 146 wickets to his credit. The other three bowlers are – DP Nannes {178}, AC Thomas {159} and Yasir Arafat {148}

RG Sharma’s three catches in this game gave him a total of 36 catches in IPL. He now shares the record for most catches in IPL with SK Raina who also has a tally of 36 catches.

KD Kathik’s lone stumping dismissal gave him a total of 42 dismissals in IPL. He now shares the second place for most dismissals in IPL with KC Sangakkara. The record for most dismissals in IPL is held by AC Gilchrist who had effected 50 dismissals

KD Kathik’s lone stumping dismissal gave him a total of 15 stumping dismissals in IPL. He became the third wicket keeper to effect 15 or more stumping dismissals in IPL. Others are – AC Gilchrist {16} and MS Dhoni {16}.

CL White was dismissed for a duck in this game providing the 37th occasion of a captain scoring a zero in IPL. It also represents the eighth occasion of a Deccan Chargers captain scoring  a duck in IPL which are listed below

No Batsman       Runs Balls Team Opposition Venue Date
1 VVS Laxman 00 06 Deccan Kolkata Kolkata 20.04.08
2 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Chennai E London 04.05.09
3 AC Gilchrist 00 03 Deccan Bangalore Jo’burg 24.05.09
4 AC Gilchrist 00 02 Deccan Mumbai Mum-DYP 28.03.10
5 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Bangalore Nagpur 12.04.10
6 KC Sangakkara 00 03 Deccan Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 09.04.11
7 KC Sangakkara 00 02 Deccan Kolkata Hyd-RGS 03.05.11
8 CL White 00 01 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 28.04.12

CL White collected the first ball duck in this game providing the 18th occasion of a captain dismissed first ball without scoring in IPL. All the 18 occasions are listed below

No Batsman       Runs Balls Team Opposition Venue Date
1 Harbhajan Singh 00 01 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 25.04.08
2 R Dravid 00 01 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 26.04.08
3 R Dravid 00 01 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 28.04.08
4 V Sehwag 00 01 Delhi Kolkata Kolkata 13.05.08
5 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Delhi Mumbai 30.05.08
6 KP Pietersen 00 01 Bangalore Chennai P E’beth 20.04.09
7 BB McCullum 00 01 Kolkata Bangalore Durban 29.04.09
8 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Chennai E London 04.05.09
9 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Deccan Kimberley 11.05.09
10 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Delhi Delhi 31.03.10
11 MS Dhoni 00 01 Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 03.04.10
12 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Bangalore Nagpur 12.04.10
13 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Kochi Kochi 05.05.11
14 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 06.05.11
15 DL Vettori 00 01 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 28.05.11
16 V Sehwag 00 01 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 07.04.12
17 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 08.04.12
18 CL White 00 01 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 28.04.12

CL White collected the first ball duck in this game providing the third occasion of Deccan Chargers captain dismissed first ball without scoring in IPL. All the three occasions are listed below

No Batsman       Runs Balls Team Opposition Venue Date
1 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Chennai E London 04.05.09
2 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Bangalore Nagpur 12.04.10
3 CL White 00 01 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 28.04.12

RG Sharma’s lone boundary six in this game gave him a total of 75 sixes in IPL. He became the fifth batsman to score 75 plus sixes in IPL. Others are – CH Gayle {95}, AC Gilchrist {84}, SK Raina {82} and YK Pathan {76}

RG Sharma’s three catches in this game provide the 23rd occasion of a fieldsman taking three or more catches in an innings in IPL. All the 23 occasions are listed below

No Player Ct Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SR Tendulkar 4 1 Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 16.05.08
2 DA Warner 4 2 Delhi Rajasthan Delhi 31.03.10
3 JH Kallis 4 2 Kolkata Deccan Kolkata 11.04.11
4 AM Nayar 3 2 Mumbai Bangalore Mumbai 20.04.08
5 RV Uthappa 3 2 Mumbai Delhi Mumbai 04.05.08
6 PP Chawla 3 1 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
7 AB de Villiers 3 1 Delhi Chennai Johannesburg 02.05.09
8 RP Singh 3 2 Deccan Chennai Chennai 14.03.10
9 SK Raina 3 1 Chennai Delhi Delhi 19.03.10
10 DA Warner 3 2 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 04.04.10
11 B Sumanth 3 2 Deccan Bangalore Nagpur 12.04.10
12 RG Sharma 3 2 Deccan Delhi Delhi 18.04.10
13 J Botha 3 1 Rajasthan Deccan Hyd-RGS 09.04.11
14 S Anirudha 3 2 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 16.04.11
15 V Sehwag 3 2 Delhi Punjab Delhi 23.04.11
16 MK Pandey 3 1 Pune Mumbai Mumbai 04.05.11
17 AA Jhunjhunwala 3 1 Pune Punjab Mohali 08.05.11
18 AC Blizzard 3 1 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
19 DJ Hussey 3 2 Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
20 LA Pomersbach 3 2 Bangalore Mumbai Chennai 27.05.11
21 LR Shukla 3 2 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
22 AD Mathews 3 1 Pune Chennai Chennai 19.04.12
23 RG Sharma 3 1 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

RG Sharma’s three catches in this game provide the fifth occasion of a Mumbai fieldsman taking three or more catches in IPL which are listed below

No Player Ct Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SR Tendulkar 4 1 Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 16.05.08
2 AM Nayar 3 2 Mumbai Bangalore Mumbai 20.04.08
3 RV Uthappa 3 2 Mumbai Delhi Mumbai 04.05.08
4 AC Blizzard 3 1 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
5 RG Sharma 3 1 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

RG Sharma became the second fieldsman after DA Warner to pouch three or more catches on two occasions. The performances of these two fieldsmen are listed below. DA Warner’s feat have come representing one team – Delhi, while RG Sharma’s feat have come representing two teams – Deccan Chargers and Mumbai Indians

No Player Ct Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 DA Warner 4 2 Delhi Rajasthan Delhi 31.03.10
2 DA Warner 3 2 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 04.04.10
               
1 RG Sharma 3 2 Deccan Delhi Delhi 18.04.10
2 RG Sharma 3 1 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12

PA Patel’s two catches in this game gave him an aggregate of 21 dismissals in IPL. He became the seventh wicket keeper to effect 20 plus dismissals in IPL. Others are – AC Gilchrist {50}, KC Sangakkara {42}, KD Karthik {42}, MS Dhoni {36}, RV Uthappa {33} and NV Ojha {26}

RP Singh’s lone wicket in this gave him an aggregate of 100 wickets in T20 games. He became the 24th bowler to capture 100 plus wickets in T20 games. The complete list is furnished below

No Player Mat Inns Overs M Runs Wkts BBI Ave 4 5
1 DP Nannes 142 139 515.5 8 3698 178 5/40 20.77 5 1
2 AC Thomas 137 129 456.3 9 3273 159 4/27 20.58 1 0
3 Yasir Arafat 126 124 427.4 5 3385 148 4/17 22.87 5 0
4 SL Malinga 103 100 367.1 6 2407 146 5/13 16.48 4 1
5 JA Morkel 176 159 491.5 7 3936 146 4/30 26.95 2 0
6 Shahid Afridi 108 108 393.4 4 2513 137 5/20 18.34 4 1
7 M Muralitharan 112 112 421.0 5 2710 132 4/16 20.53 3 0
8 KA Pollard 147 122 354.4 0 2770 126 4/15 21.98 3 0
9 Azhar Mahmood 121 121 410.1 4 3108 125 4/20 24.86 2 0
10 Saeed Ajmal 85 84 306.5 7 1957 122 4/14 16.04 5 0
11 Umar Gul 81 81 289.0 6 2043 121 5/06 16.88 6 1
12 CK Langeveldt 93 92 327.3 4 2470 121 5/16 20.41 4 1
13 AJ Hall 97 94 315.4 6 2398 118 6/21 20.32 2 2
14 Naved-ul-Hasan 93 93 324.2 2 2284 116 5/17 19.68 2 1
15 DJ Bravo 122 117 365.3 1 2966 115 4/23 25.79 2 0
16 AD Mascarenhas 95 91 312.1 7 2183 112 5/14 19.49 1 2
17 Abdul Razzaq 111 102 336.3 3 2542 110 4/13 23.10 2 0
18 A Mishra 80 80 293.1 7 2005 104 5/17 19.27 1 2
19 J Botha 117 114 419.4 3 2583 104 4/16 24.83 2 0
20 DW Steyn 93 91 347.1 4 2318 102 4/09 22.72 1 0
21 IK Pathan 98 95 339.3 9 2570 102 4/27 25.19 1 0
22 R McLaren 121 120 389.5 4 3053 102 5/19 29.93 2 1
23 DL Vettori 94 94 352.2 2 2217 100 4/20 22.17 1 0
24 RP Singh 88 87 322.0 4 2451 100 5/08 24.51 3 1

RP Singh became the third Indian bowler to capture 100 plus wickets in T20 games after A Mishra {104} and IK Pathan {102}

 

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