Stats highlights of Match No 29 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 29 of IPL 2020

F du Plessis was dismissed for a duck in this game. It was his third duck of the tournament.

MS Dhoni’s lone boundary six in this game fetched him an aggregate of 215 boundary sixes in the tournament. He now stands third in the list of batsmen who have scored most boundary sixes in the tournament. Others are – CH Gayle {326} and AB de Villiers {225}

MS Dhoni’s lone boundary six in this game fetched him an aggregate of 215 boundary sixes in the tournament. He now owns the record for most boundary sixes by an Indian batsman in the tournament.

MS Dhoni’s lone boundary six in this game fetched him an aggregate of 301 boundary sixes in the T20 games. He became the 22nd batsman in the history of T20 games to score 300 plus boundary sixes. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve6s
1CH Gayle40439604813296175*38.20978
2KA Pollard5194631341038110431.55685
3BB McCullum3703640339922158*29.97485
4SR Watson3403320348763124*29.40466
5AD Russell3372840745658121*26.94446
6AB de Villiers3172990628885133*37.48410
7AJ Finch294289032921017235.83381
8RG Sharma335322047885811832.21375
9DR Smith3373270277870110*26.23375
10DA Warner2902890369560135*37.78367
11C Munro2702540316515109*29.21349
12MJ Guptill2532450237308120*32.91330
13LMP Simmons2602560277010100*30.61312
14CA Ingram2652590386658127*30.12312
15SK Raina3193030468392126*32.65311
16GJ Maxwell2782610376074145*27.11309
17RN ten Doeschate3693290787524121*29.97308
18EJG Morgan297283040659809127.15305
19DJ Bravo4703721066331070*23.80302
20MS Dhoni3252901206754084*39.72301
21E Lewis1581540094452125*30.70300
22DA Miller3202890886900120*34.32300

MS Dhoni’s lone boundary six in this game fetched him an aggregate of 301 boundary sixes in the T20 games. He became the third Indian batsman in the history of T20 games to score 300 plus boundary sixes after RG Sharma and SK Raina. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve6s
1RG Sharma33532247885811832.21375
2SK Raina319303468392126*32.65311
3MS Dhoni325290120675484*39.72301

This game was 198th game for MS Dhoni. He needs two more games for his 200 games to become the first cricketer to apprar in 200 games in the tournament.

MS Dhoni’s IPL run aggregate read 3991 at the end of this game while representing Chennai. He needs nine more runs for his 4000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the second Chennai batsman to total 4000 runs in the tournament after SK Raina. SK Rains has an aggregate of 4527 runs representing Chennai.

MS Dhoni’s IPL run aggregate read 3991 at the end of this game while representing Chennai. He needs nine more runs for his 4000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the third batsman to total 4000 runs in the tournament representing a single team after V Kohli and SK Raina. V Kohli has an aggregate of 5668 runs representing Bangalore and SK Rains has an aggregate of 4527 runs representing Chennai.

Two other batsmen are also on the verge of completing 4000 runs for a single Team. AB de Villiers of Bangalore has an aggregate of 3952 runs and requires 48 runs for his 4000 runs. RG Sharma of Mumbai has an aggregate of 3944 runs and requires 56` runs for his 4000 runs.

RA Jadeja has an aggregate of 991runs in the tournament representing Chennai. He needs nine more runs for his 1000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the tenth Chennai batsman to aggregate 1000 plus runs in the tournament. The following table lists all these ten batsmen.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1SK Raina164160244527100*33.28
2MS Dhoni16815059399184*43.85
3F du Plessis71650719469633.55
4MEK Hussey5049071768116*42.09
5M Vijay707004170812725.87
6S Badrinath956720144171*30.65
7SR Watson4040021194117*31.42
8ML Hayden32320211079336.90
9AT Rayudu3938071076100*34.70
10RA Jadeja110763209915022.52

F du Plessis has an aggregate of 1946 runs in the tournament representing Chennai. He needs 54 more runs for his 2000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the third Chennai batsman to aggregate 2000 plus runs in the tournament. The following table lists all these three batsmen.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1SK Raina164160244527100*33.28
2MS Dhoni168150593991084*43.85
3F du Plessis07106507194609633.55

MK Pandey pouched one catch in this game which fetched him 66 catches in the tournament, while RA Jadeja’s two catches in this game fetched him 67 catches in the tournament. The following is the list of fieldsmen who have pouched 65 plus catches in the tournament.

NoPlayerSpanMatInnsCt
1SK Raina2008-2019193192102
2KA Pollard2010-202015515588
3RG Sharma2008-202019519587
4AB de Villiers2008-202016112385
5DJ Bravo2008-202013913875
6V Kohli2008-202018418275
7S Dhawan2008-202016616671
8RA Jadeja2008-202017817767
9MK Pandey2008-202013813866

DJ Bravo pouched one catch in this game which fetched him 75 catches in the tournament, He became the fifth fieldsman to pouch 75 plus catches in the tournament. The following is the list of fieldsmen who have pouched 75 plus catches in the tournament.

NoPlayerSpanMatInnsCt
1SK Raina2008-2019193192102
2KA Pollard2010-202015515588
3RG Sharma2008-202019519587
4AB de Villiers2008-202016112385
5DJ Bravo2008-202013913875

Rashid Khan was dismissed hit wicket for 14 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of a batsman dismissed hit wicket in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRTeamOppositionGroundDate
1MA Khote08MumbaiPunjabMohali25.04.08
2MisbahulHaq21BangalorePunjabMohali12.05.08
3SA Asnodkar10RajasthanChennaiCenturion30.04.09
4RA Jadeja48ChennaiDeccanVizag07.04.12
5SS Tiwary21BangaloreMumbaiBangalore14.05.12
6Yuvraj Singh39SunrisersMumbaiVizag08.05.16
7DJ Hooda10SunrisersDelhiHyd-RGS12.05.16
8DA Warner52SunrisersPunjabMohali15.05.16
9SP Jackson10KolkataRis PuneKolkata03.05.17
10R Prayag47RajasthanKolkataKolkata25.04.19
11HH Pandya18MumbaiKolkataA Dhabi23.09.20
12Rashid Khan14SunrisersChennaiDub-DSC13.10.20

Rashid Khan was dismissed hit wicket for 14 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a Sunrisers batsman dismissed hit wicket in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRTeamOppositionGroundDate
1Yuvraj Singh39SunrisersMumbaiVizag08.05.16
2DJ Hooda10SunrisersDelhiHyd-RGS12.05.16
3DA Warner52SunrisersPunjabMohali15.05.16
4Rashid Khan14SunrisersChennaiDub-DSC13.10.20

Rashid Khan was dismissed hit wicket for 14 in this game to provide the second occasion of a batsman dismissed hit wicket in the tournament against Chennai. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRTeamOppnGroundDate
1SA Asnodkar10RajasthanChennaiCenturion30.04.09
2Rashid Khan14SunrisersChennaiDub-DSC13.10.20

DJ Bravo’s two wickets in this game fetched him 152 wickets in the tournament. He now occupies the fourth place in the list of bowlers who have captured most wickets in the tournament. SL Malinga {170}, A Mishra {160} and PP Chawla {156} occupy the first three places.

AT Rayudu’s run aggregate in the tournament read 1076 representing Chennai at the end of this game. He has an aggregate of runs representing Mumbai. He became the seventh batsman in the history of the tournament to total 1000 plus runs for two teams. The following table lists the seven batsmen who have achieved the feat

NoNoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORuns
11YK PathanKolkata10691311893
 2YK PathanRajasthan434241011
        
21RV UthappaKolkata868442439
 2RV UthappaPune464541103
        
31RG SharmaDeccan454461170
 2RG SharmaMumbai150146223944
        
41JH KallisKolkata565451295
 2JH KallisBangalore424261132
        
51G GambhirDelhi464441182
 2G GambhirKolkata108108123035
        
61DA WarnerDelhi555551435
 2DA WarnerSunrisers7979123555
        
71AT RayuduMumbai114107182246
 2AT RayuduChennai393871076
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