Stats highlights of Match 32 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match 32 of IPL 2020

EJG Morgan led Kolkata in this game to become the 51st cricketer to lead a team in the tournament. He also became the fifth cricketer to lead Kolkata in the tournament. Others are – G Gambhir, KD Karthik, SC Ganguly and BB McCullum

EJG Morgan led Kolkata in this game to become the 27th overseas cricketer to lead a team in the tournament. He also became the second overseas cricketer to lead Kolkata in the tournament. Other cricketer was BB McCullum. The following table details the 27 overseas cricketers who have led various teams in the tournament.

NoPlayerTeamsTeamTeam
1AC GilchristDeccanPunjab 
2SK WarneRajasthan  
3KC SangakkaraDeccanPunjabSunrisers
4DA WarnerDelhiSunrisers 
5GJ BaileyPunjab  
6M JayawardeneDelhiPunjabKochi
7SPD SmithPuneRajasthanRis Pune
8KS WilliamsonSunrisers  
9SR WatsonRajasthanBangalore 
10DL VettoriBangalore  
11KP PietersenDelhiBangalore 
12JP DuminyDelhi  
13BB McCullumGujaratKolkata 
14GJ MaxwellPunjab  
15DJ HusseyPunjab  
16CL WhiteDeccanSunrisers 
17AJ FinchPune  
18DA MillerPunjab  
19RT PontingMumbai  
20AD MathewsPune  
21SM PollockMumbai  
22DJG SammySunrisers  
23JR HopesDelhi  
24DJ BravoMumbai  
25KA PollardMumbai  
26LRPL TaylorPune  
27EJG MorganKolkata  

EJG Morgan scored 39 not out on his captaincy debut in the tournament.

RG Sharma scored five boundary fours in his knock of 35 in this game which fetched him 451 boundary fours in the tournament. He became the sixth batsman in the tournament to aggregate 450 plus boundary fours. The following table lists all these six batsmen.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORuns4s
1S Dhawan167166224837549
2V Kohli185177295716497
3SK Raina193189285368493
4G Gambhir154152164217492
5DA Warner134134174990480
6RG Sharma196191285149451

Q de Kock scored 78 not out in this game to provide the 186th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 18th occasion of a Mumbai wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament.

It also provides the occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament against Kolkata. It also provides the third occasion of a Mumbai wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament against Kolkata. All the three occasions are listed below.

NoBatsmanRunsOppositionVenueDate
1AT Rayudu63KolkataKolkata13.05.17
2Ishan Kishan62KolkataKolkata09.05.18
3Q de Kock78*KolkataA Dhabi16.10.20

Q de Kock’s 78 not out in this game represent the highest score by a Mumbai Wicket keeper batsman against Kolkata in the tournament. Previous best was AT Rayudu’s 63 at Kolkata on 13.05.17

NoBatsmanRunsOppositionVenueDate
1Q de Kock78*KolkataA Dhabi16.10.20
2AT Rayudu63KolkataKolkata13.05.17

S Gill was caught by KA Pollard in this game which gave Pollard an aggregate of 89 catches in the tournament. He now stands second in the list of fieldsmen who have pouches most catches in the tournament. SK Raina with 102 catches to his credit occupies the first place. RG Sharma {87} and AB de Villiers {85} are the other two fieldsmen who have pouched 80 plus catches in the tournament

S Gill was caught by KA Pollard in this game which gave Pollard an aggregate of 299 catches in T20 games. He now needs one more catch for his 300 catches. If he pouches one more catch, he would then become the first fieldsman in the history of T20 games to pouch 300 catches.

This game was the 27th game for Mumbai against Kolkata in the tournament. It represents the most games played by Mumbai against any opposition in the tournament. Mumbai has won 21 games against Kolkata in the tournament

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