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IPL 5 – Match No 26 – Chennai cruise home against Rajasthan on the last ball of the match

Match No 26 – Chennai Super Kings vs. Rajasthan Rajasthan at Chennai on 21.04.12 – Chennai Super Kings won by seven wkts on the last ball of the match 

OA Shah’s 52 in this game represent his 23rd fifty in T20 games. He became the seventh batsman to score 23 or more fifties in T20 games. Others are – BJ Hodge {31}, CH Gayle {29}, DJ Hussey {25}, JH Kallis {24}, DA Warner {24} and HH Gibbs {24}

OA Shah took his T20 aggregate runs to 3827 with his 52 in this game. He now stands third in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in T20 games. Others are – DJ Hussey {4384} and BJ Hodge {4355}

This game was BJ Hodge’s 150th T20 game. He became the third cricketer to appear in 150 plus T20 games after DJ Hussey {177} and JA Morkel {174}

MS Dhoni who became the first wicket keeper to keep wkts in 100 T20 games in the previous IPL game against Pune Warriors at Chennai on 19.04.12,  now has an aggregate of 69 dismissals at the end of this game which includes a catch he took in this game. Other wicket keepers who have effected 69 plus dismissals in T20 games are – Kamran Akmal {105}, KC Sangakkara {90}, AC Gilchrist {79}, PA Nixon {73}, KD Karthik {72}, JS Foster {70} and PA Mustard {69}

MS Dhoni now owns the record for captaining most consecutive T20 games. This was his 44th T20 consecutive game in which he is leading a team.  He has lead from 25.03.10 to 21.04.12. The previous record was credited to SK Warne who has led Rajasthan Royals in 43 consecutive games from 30.05.08 to 20.05.11

MS Dhoni has effected 35 dismissals in IPL which include his lone catch in this game. He became the fourth wicket keeper to effect 35 or more dismissals in IPL. Others are – AC Gilchrist {50}, KC Sangakkara {42} and KD Karthik {40}

OA Shah was dismissed by the last ball of the innings in this game providing the 65th occasion of a batsmen dismissed by the last ball of the innings in IPL

S Badrinath was dismissed stumped in this game providing the 116th occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in IPL.

OA Shah and AL Maneria added 92 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the 57th occasion of Rajasthan batsmen posting 50 plus runs partnership in IPL. This stand also represents the 14th occasion of Rajasthan batsmen posting 50 plus runs for the third wicket in IPL. All the 14  occasions are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 GC Smith/SR Watson 104 3rd Bangalore Bangalore 26.04.08
2 NV Ojha/SR Watson 97 3rd Chennai Chennai 03.04.10
3 OA Shah/AL Menaria 92 3rd Chennai Chennai 21.04.12
4 AM Rahane/OA Shah 82 3rd Mumbai Mum/WS 11.04.11
5 AM Rahane/OA Shah 82 3rd Mumbai Mumbai 11.04.12
6 FY Fazal/SR Watson 77 3rd Deccan Nagpur 05.04.10
7 AM Rahane/BJ Hodge 75 3rd Punjab Jaipur 06.04.12
8 GC Smith/SR Watson 71 3rd Delhi Jaipur 11.05.08
9 RJ Quiney/RA Jadeja 61 3rd Mumbai Durban 14.05.09
10 J Botha/LRPL Taylor 58* 3rd Deccan Hyd/RGS 09.04.11
11 GC Smith/YK Pathan 56 3rd Kolkata CapeTown 23.04.09
12 SA Asnodkar/YK Pathan 53 3rd Kolkata Jaipur 01.05.08
13 SA Asnodkar/SR Watson 53 3rd Mumbai Mumbai 07.05.08
14 FY Fazal/YK Pathan 51 3rd Punjab Mohali 24.03.10

OA Shah and AL Maneria added 92 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the ninth occasion of Rajasthan batsmen posting 50 plus runs partnership against Chennai in IPL. All the nine occasions are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 GC Smith/SA Asnodkar 127 1st Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
2 NV Ojha/SR Watson 97 3rd Chennai Chennai 03.04.10
3 OA Shah/AL Menaria 92 3rd Chennai Chennai 21.04.12
4 SR Watson/R Dravid 86 1st Chennai Chennai 04.05.11
5 GC Smith/SA Asnodkar 78 1st Chennai Jaipur 04.05.08
6 MJ Lumb/NV Ojha 69 1st Chennai Chennai 03.04.10
7 SR Watson/YK Pathan 65 4th Chennai Mumbai 01.06.08
8 GC Smith/SA Asnodkar 53 2nd Chennai Kimberley 09.05.09
9 NV Ojha/FY Fazal 53 2nd Chennai Ahmedabad 28.03.10

This stand also represents the second occasion of Rajasthan batsmen posting 50 plus runs for the third wicket against Chenani in IPL. Both the occasions are furnished below

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 NV Ojha/SR Watson 97 3rd Chennai Chennai 03.04.10
2 OA Shah/AL Menaria 92 3rd Chennai Chennai 21.04.12

F de Plisses and S Badrinath added 55 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the 72nd occasion of Chennai batsmen posting 50 plus runs in IPL. This stand also represents the 19th occasion of Chennai batsmen posting 50 plus runs for the first wicket in IPL. All the nineteen partnerships are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 159 1st Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
2 F du Plessis, S Badrinath 116 1st Warriors Chennai 19.04.12
3 PA Patel, ML Hayden 106 1st Bangalore P Elizabeth 20.04.09
4 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 77 1st Rajasthan Jaipur 09.05.11
5 PA Patel, ML Hayden 66 1st Kolkata Chennai 26.04.08
6 PA Patel, ML Hayden 65 1st Punjab Chennai 21.03.10
7 M Vijay, MEK Hussey 64 1st Warriors Chennai 25.04.11
8 S Vidyut, SP Fleming 62 1st Delhi Delhi 08.05.08
9 M Vijay, ML Hayden 62 1st Rajasthan Chennai 03.04.10
10 M Vijay, ML Hayden 61 1st Deccan East London 04.05.09
11 PA Patel, ML Hayden 61 1st Bangalore Johannesburg 23.05.09
12 M Vijay, ML Hayden 61 1st Bangalore Chennai 31.03.10
13 PA Patel, SP Fleming 60 1st Bangalore Chennai 21.05.08
14 PA Patel, GJ Bailey 59 1st Kolkata Centurion 18.05.09
15 PA Patel, ML Hayden 57 1st Delhi Durban 23.04.09
16 M Vijay, F du Plessis 56 1st Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
17 PA Patel, SP Fleming 55* 1st Kolkata Kolkata 18.05.08
18 S Badrinath, F du Plessis 55 1st Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12
19 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 51 1st Bangalore Chennai 16.04.11

F de Plisses and SK Raina added 61 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the 73rd occasion of Chennai batsmen posting 50 plus runs in IPL. This stand also represents the 14th occasion of Chennai batsmen posting 50 plus runs for the first wicket in IPL. All the fourteen partnerships are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 M Vijay, SK Raina 137* 2nd Kolkata Chennai 13.04.10
2 MEK Hussey, SK Raina 137 2nd Rajasthan Chennai 04.05.11
3 PA Patel, SK Raina 102* 2nd Punjab Mumbai 31.05.08
4 ML Hayden, MS Dhoni 86* 2nd Kolkata Chennai 26.04.08
5 ML Hayden, SK Raina 76 2nd Punjab Centurion 07.05.09
6 S Anirudha, SK Raina 75 2nd Kolkata Chennai 08.04.11
7 PA Patel, SK Raina 70 2nd Rajasthan Chennai 24.05.08
8 ML Hayden, SK Raina 64 2nd Deccan Durban 27.04.09
9 M Vijay, S Badrinath 61 2nd Warriors Mumbai 27.04.11
10 F du Plessis, SK Raina 61 2nd Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12
11 MEK Hussey, SK Raina 60 2nd Deccan Chennai 01.05.11
12 M Vijay, SK Raina 58 2nd Rajasthan Jaipur 09.05.11
13 ML Hayden, GJ Bailey 55 2nd Bangalore Bangalore 23.03.10
14 M Vijay, SK Raina 51 2nd Rajasthan Ahmedabad 28.03.10

This game witnessed fifty plus runs partnerships for the first two wkts – 55 runs for the first wicket between S Badrinath and F du Plessis and 61 runs for the second wicket between F du Plessis and SK Raina – providing the third occasion of Chennai batsmen posting 50 plus runs partnerships for the first two wkts in IPL. All the three occasions are furnished below

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 PA Patel, ML Hayden 66 1st Kolkata Chennai 26.04.08
  ML Hayden, MS Dhoni 86* 2nd Kolkata Chennai 26.04.08
             
2 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 77 1st Rajasthan Jaipur 09.05.11
  M Vijay, SK Raina 58 2nd Rajasthan Jaipur 09.05.11
             
2 S Badrinath, F du Plessis 55 1st Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12
  F du Plessis, SK Raina 61 2nd Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12

Chennai won this game by seven wickets on the last ball of the match providing the 12th occasion of a team winning the game on the last ball of the match in IPL. All the twelve occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Chennai 4 wkts 0 188 20.0 20.0 Delhi Delhi 08.05.08
2 Rajasthan 5 wkts 0 146 20.0 20.0 Mumbai Jaipur 26.05.08
3 Rajasthan 3 wkts 0 164 20.0 20.0 Chennai Mumbai 01.06.08
4 Punjab 6 wkts 0 154 20.0 20.0 Kolkata Port Elizabeth 03.05.09
5 Deccan 6 wkts 0 161 20.0 20.0 Kolkata Johannesburg 16.05.09
6 Kolkata 7 wkts 0 189 20.0 20.0 Chennai Centurion 18.05.09
7 Mumbai 7 wkts 0 119 20.0 20.0 Pune Mumbai 20.04.11
8 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 176 20.0 20.0 Kolkata Kolkata 22.05.11
9 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 139 20.0 20.0 Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
10 Chennai 5 wkts 0 206 20.0 20.0 Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
11 Bangalore 6 wkts 0 183 20.0 20.0 Pune Bangalore 17.04.12
12 Chennai 7 wkts 0 147 20.0 20.0 Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12

Chennai’s win on the last ball of the match in this game represent its third win on the last ball of the match in IPL. Chennai became the second team to win three games on the last ball of the match in IPL. The performances of these two games are furnished below

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Chennai 4 wkts 0 188 20.0 20.0 Delhi Delhi 08.05.08
2 Chennai 5 wkts 0 206 20.0 20.0 Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
3 Chennai 7 wkts 0 147 20.0 20.0 Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12
                   
1 Mumbai 7 wkts 0 119 20.0 20.0 Pune Mumbai 20.04.11
2 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 176 20.0 20.0 Kolkata Kolkata 22.05.11
3 Mumbai 5 wkts 0 139 20.0 20.0 Deccan Vizag 09.04.12

OA Shah’s 52 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 133rd occasion of a batsman’s fifty going in vain in IPL. It also represents the ninth occasion of a Rajasthan batsman’s fifty going in vain. All the nine occasions are listed below

No Batsmen Score Team Opposition Ground Date
1 NK Patel      57 Rajasthan Punjab Mohali 28.05.08
2 YK Pathan 100 Rajasthan Mumbai Mum-BS 13.03.10
3 AAJhunjhunwala 53* Rajasthan Delhi Ahmedabad 15.03.10
4 NV Ojha 94* Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 02.04.10
5 SR Watson 60 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 02.04.10
6 R Dravid 66 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 04.05.11
7 AM Rahane 52* Rajasthan Chennai Jaipur 09.05.11
8 OA Shah 76 Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai 11.04.12
9 OA Shah 52 Rajasthan Chennai Channai 21.04.12

OA Shah’s 52 in this game was in a losing cause providing the fifth occasion of a Rajasthan  batsman’s fifty going in vain against Chennai in IPL. All the five occasions are listed below

No Batsmen Score Team Opposition Ground Date
1 NV Ojha 94* Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 02.04.10
2 SR Watson 60 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 02.04.10
3 R Dravid 66 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 04.05.11
4 AM Rahane 52* Rajasthan Chennai Jaipur 09.05.11
5 OA Shah 52 Rajasthan Chennai Channai 21.04.1

OA Shah’s 52 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 27th occasion of a batsman’s fifty going in vain against Chennai in IPL. All the 26 occasions are listed below

No Batsman Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 W Jaffer 50 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 28 Apr 08
2 R Taylor 53 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 28 Apr 08
3 SE Marsh 58 Punjab Chennai Chennai 10 May 08
4 G Gambhir 80 Delhi Chennai Delhi 08 May 08
5 S Dhawan 59 Delhi Chennai Delhi 08 May 08
6 Salman Butt 73 Kolkata Chennai Kolkata 17 May 08
7 JR Hopes 71 Punjab Chennai Mohali 19 Apr 08
8 Sangakkara 54* Punjab Chennai Mohali 19 Apr 08
9 KD Karthik 52 Delhi Chennai Jo’burg 02 May 09
10 DA Warner 51 Delhi Chennai Jo’burg 02 May 09
11 Yuvraj Singh 58* Punjab Chennai Centurion 07 May 09
12 SM Katich 50 Punjab Chennai Centurion 07 May 09
13 JP Duminy 62 Mumbai Chennai P E’beth 16 May 09
14 V Sehwag 74 Delhi Chennai Delhi 19 Mar 10
15 JH Kallis 52 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 31 Mar 10
16 NV Ojha 94* Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 02 Apr 10
17 SR Watson 60 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 02 Apr 10
18 SE Marsh 88 Punjab Chennai Dharamsala 18 Apr 10
19 JH Kallis 54 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 08 Apr 11
20 AB de Villiers 65 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 16 Apr 11
21 Yuvraj Singh 62* Pune Chennai Mum-DYP 27 Apr 11
22 S Sohal 56 Deccan Chennai Chennai 01 May 11
23 R Dravid 66 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 04 May 11
24 AM Rahane 52* Rajasthan Chennai Jaipur 09 May 11
25 BJ Hodge 51 Kochi Chennai Chennai 18 May 11
26 V Kohli 70* Bangalore Chennai Mumbai 24 May 11
27 OA Shah 52 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 21 Apr 12

 

IPL 5 – Match No 25 – CH Gayle and AB de Villiers excel in Bangalore's win over King's Eleven Punjab – Awana's four wickets on IPL debut in vain

Match No 25 – Kings Eleven Punjab vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore at Mohali on 21.04.12 – Royal Challengers Bangalore won by five wickets

Bangalore won this game by five wickets with three balls to spare providing the ninth occasion of a team winning a game with exact three balls to spare in IPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Punjab 4 wkts 3 159 19.3 20.0 Delhi Mohali 27.04.08
2 Punjab 6 wkts 3 176 19.3 20.0 Deccan Mohali 23.05.08
3 Deccan 6 wkts 3 166 19.3 20.0 Chennai Durban 27.04.09
4 Kolkata 4 wkts 3 102 19.3 20.0 Rajasthan Durban 20.05.09
5 Mumbai 4 wkts 3 164 19.3 20.0 Punjab Mum/BS 30.03.10
6 Bangalore 3 wkts 3 161 19.3 20.0 Delhi Delhi 26.04.11
7 Chennai 8 wkts 3 142 19.3 20.0 Pune Mumbai 27.04.11
8 Rajasthan 6 wkts 3 144 19.3 20.0 Pune Jaipur 01.05.11
9 Bangalore 4 wkts 3 102 12.3 13.0 Kolkata Bangalore 14.05.11
10 Bangalore 5 wkts 3 164 19.3 20.0 KE Punjab Mohali 20.04.12

 

Bangalore won this game by five wickets with three balls to spare providing the third occasion of Bangalore winning a game with exact three balls to spare in IPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Bangalore 3 wkts 3 161 19.3 20.0 Delhi Delhi 26.04.11
2 Bangalore 4 wkts 3 102 12.3 13.0 Kolkata Bangalore 14.05.11
3 Bangalore 5 wkts 3 164 19.3 20.0 KE Punjab Mohali 20.04.12

Bangalore’s three wins provide the most occasions of a team winning a game with three balls to spare in IPL.

DJ Hussey became the highest run getter in T20 games. His 41 in this game gave him an aggregate of 4384 runs. He went past BJ Hodge who has an aggregate of 4352 runs which was the previous record for most runs in T20 runs.

DJ Hussey led Kings Eleven Punjab in this game in the absence of AC Gilchirst who was injured in the previous game. He became the 25th captain to lead a team in IPL. Note the coincidence – This was the 25th game in this edition of IPL.

V Kohli and AB de Villiers took a catch in this game to take their tally of catches to 25 as fieldsmen in IPL. They join the elite club of three fieldsmen who have pouched 25 plus catches in IPL to become the fourth and fifth fieldsmen. The complete list read thus – SK Raina {35}, RG Sharma {32}, AB de Villiers {25}, JH Kallis {25} and V Kohli {25}

CH Gayle and AB de Villiers added 131 runs for the fourth wicket in this game providing the 61st occasion of a three figure partnership in IPL. This stand also represents the sixth occasion of a three figure stand for the third wicket in IPL which are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CHGayle/ABdeVilliers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
2 DAWarner, PDCollingwood 128 4th Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
3 RVUthappa, DJBravo 113* 4th Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 29.04.08
4 ASymonds, RGSharma 111 4th Deccan Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
5 SSTiwary, ATRayudu 110 4th Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai BS 13.03.10
6 SBadrinath, MSDhoni 109* 4th Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.10

CH Gayle and AB de Villiers added 131 runs for the fourth wicket in this game providing the sixth occasion of Bangalore batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL which are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CHGayle/ABdeVilliers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
2 JHKallis, RVUthappa 126* 2nd Bangalore Mumbai Johannesburg 03.05.09
3 TMDilshan, CHGayle 123 1st Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
4 MAAgarwal, CHGayle 113 1st Bangalore Mumbai Chennai 27.05.11
5 CHGayle, VKohli 111 2nd Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
6 CHGayle, VKohli 109 2nd Bangalore Chennai Chennai 12.04.12

It is interesting to note out of these six three figure partnerships, five of them involve CH Gayle as one of the partners.

CH Gayle and AB de Villiers added 131 runs for the fourth wicket in this game providing the highest partnership for any wicket by Bangalore batsmen in IPL. This stand obliterated the previous best of 87 runs for the fourth wicket between JH Kallis and R Dravid against Delhi at Delhi on 30.04.08

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CHGayle/ABdeVilliers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
2 JHKallis, RVUthappa 126* 2nd Bangalore Mumbai Johannesburg 03.05.09

CH Gayle and AB de Villiers added 131 runs for the fourth wicket in this game providing the highest partnership for fourth wicket by Bangalore batsmen in IPL. This stand obliterated the previous best of 126 runs in an unfinished stand for the second wicket between JH Kallis and RV Uthappa against Mumbai at Jo’burg on 03.05.09

CH Gayle and AB de Villiers added 131 runs for the fourth wicket in this game providing the highest partnership for the fourth wicket in IPL. This stand obliterated the previous best of 128 runs for the fourth wicket between DA Warner and PD Collingwood of Delhi against Kolkata at Delhi on 29.03.10

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CH Gayle/ABdeVilliers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
2 DAWarner/PDCollingwood 128 4th Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10

CH Gayle and AB de Villiers added 131 runs for the fourth wicket in this game providing the fourth occasion of a three figure partnership in the fifth edition of IPL. All the four parnerships are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CHGayle/AB de Villiers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
2 AMRahane, OA Shah 121 2nd Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12
3 FduPlessis, SBadrinath 116 1st Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12
4 CHGayle, VKohli 109 2nd Bangalore Chennai Chennai 12.04.12

This stand represent the highest three figure partnership in this edition for any wicket obliterating the previous best of 121 runs for the second wicket between AM Rahane and OA Shah of Rajasthan against Bangalore on 15.04.12

CH Gayle’s 87 in this game represent his eighth fifty while appearing for Banglaore. Only JH Kallis has scored more fifties – 10 – for Bangalore.

CH Gayle’s 87 in this game represent his tenth fifty in IPL. He became the tenth batsman to score ten or more fifties in IPL. The following list shows the performance of these ten batsmen who have scored ten orm more fifties in IPL

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C F 50+ 0
1 JH Kallis 63 62 9 1649 89* 31.11 0 14 14 5
2 SE Marsh 34 33 5 1398 115 49.92 1 12 13 1
3 SK Raina 68 66 10 1925 98 34.37 0 13 13 2
4 G Gambhir 61 60 9 1654 86 32.43 0 12 12 4
5 RG Sharma 66 63 10 1666 87 31.43 0 12 12 4
6 SR Tendulkar 52 52 9 1739 100* 40.44 1 10 11 2
7 S Badrinath 68 54 17 1228 71* 33.18 0 11 11 4
8 AC Gilchrist 65 65 2 1702 109* 27.01 2 9 11 6
9 CH Gayle 33 33 4 1317 107 45.41 2 8 10 3
10 V Sehwag 55 55 3 1476 119 28.38 1 9 10 5

P Awana captured four for 34 in this game providing the 53rd occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL. His figures also represent the 42nd occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in IPL.

P Awana’s four for 34 in this game provide the seventh occasion of a Kings Eleven Punjab’s bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL. The complete list is furnished below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 YA Abdulla 4.0 0 31 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 24.04.09
2 YA Abdulla 4.0 1 36 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
3 PC Valthaty 4.0 0 29 4 Punjab Deccan Hyd-RGS 16.04.11
4 BA Bhatt 2.5 0 22 4 Punjab Mumbai Mohali 10.05.11
5 PP Chawla 4.0 0 17 4 Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
6 ADMascarenhas 4.0 0 25 5 Punjab Pune Mohali 12.04.12
7 P Awana 4.0 0 34 4 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 20.04.12

P Awana’s four for 34 in this game provide the fourth occasion of a Kings Eleven Punjab’s bowler capturing four or more wickets against Bangalore in IPL. The complete list is furnished below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 YA Abdulla 4.0 0 31 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 24.04.09
2 YA Abdulla 4.0 1 36 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
3 PP Chawla 4.0 0 17 4 Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
4 P Awana 4.0 0 34 4 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 20.04.12

P Awana’s 4 for 34 in this game provide the eleventh occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets against Bangalore in IPL. The following table lists out all the eleven occasions.

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GD McGrath 4.0 0 29 4 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 30.04.08
2 JA Morkel 4.0 0 32 4 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 21.05.08
3 CRD Fernando 4.0 0 18 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
4 YA Abdulla 4.0 0 31 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 24.04.09
5 YA Abdulla 4.0 1 36 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
6 A Singh 4.0 0 19 4 Rajasthan Bangalore Centurion 07.05.09
7 AD Mathews 4.0 0 19 4 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
8 PP Chawla 4.0 0 17 4 Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
9 L Balaji 4.0 0 18 4 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
10 SK Trivedi 4.0 0 25 4 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12
11 P Awana 4.0 0 34 4 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 20.04.12

P Awana’s 4 for 34 in this game was in a losing cause providing the ninth occasion of a bowler’s four or more wickets going in vain in IPL. All the nine occasions are furnished below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 JA Morkel 4.0 0 32 4 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 21.05.08
2 YA Abdulla 4.0 1 36 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
3 Harbhajan Singh 4.0 0 17 4 Mumbai Delhi Centurion 21.05.09
4 A Kumble 4.0 0 16 4 Bangalore Deccan Johannesburg 24.05.09
5 AD Mathews 4.0 0 19 4 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
6 Yuvraj Singh 4.0 0 29 4 Pune Delhi Mumbai 17.04.11
7 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
8 RP Singh 4.0 0 25 4 Kochi Punjab Indore 13.05.11
9 P Awana 4.0 0 34 4 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 20.04.12

P Awana’s 4 for 34 became the second Punjab bowler to witness his four wickets going in vain, after YA Abdulla. YA Abdulla’s four for 36 went in vain against Bangalore at Durban on 21.05.09. It is quite interesting to see that both these occasions are against Bangalore

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 YA Abdulla 4.0 1 36 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
2 P Awana 4.0 0 34 4 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 20.04.12

P Awana earned the distinction of becoming the third bowler to capture four or more wickets on IPL debut. Others are – Shoaib Akthar of Kolkata and K Cooper of Rajasthan

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 Shoaib Akhtar 3.0 0 11 4 Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 13.05.08
2 K Cooper 4.0 0 26 4 Rajasthan Punjab Jaipur 06.04.12
3 P Awana 4..0 0 34 4 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 20.04.12

 

IPL 5 – Match No 24 – Chennai carves win against Pune – Earns the distinction of becoming the first team to win 40 games in IPL

Match No 24 – Chennai Super Kings vs. Pune Warriors at Chennai on 19.04.12 – Chennai Super Kings won by 13 runs

MS Dhoni earned the distinction of becoming the first captain to keep wickets in T20 games. This game was his 100th game in the dual capacity. 

Chennai’s victory in this game was its 40th victory in IPL. Chennai became the first team in IPL to register 40 wins in IPL.

F du Plessis and S Badrinath scored 58 and 57 respectively in this game providing the 14th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in the same innings in IPL. All such occasions are listed below.

No Pos Batsman Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 01 G Gambhir 50 Delhi Chennai Chennai 02.05.08
  02 V Sehwag 71 Delhi Chennai Chennai 02.05.08
               
2 01 GC Smith 75* Rajasthan Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
  02 SA Asnodkar 50 Rajasthan Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
               
3 01 SE Marxh 60 KE Punjab Deccan Mohali 23.05.08
  02 KCSangakkara 50 KE Punjab Deccan Mohali 23.05.08
               
4 01 SE Marsh 115 KE Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
  02 JR Hopoes 51 KE Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
               
5 01 ST Jayasuriya 52 Mumbai Chennai E London 04.05.09
  02 SR Tendulkar 68 Mumbai Chennai E London 04.05.09
               
6 01 NV Ojha 68 Jaipur Mohali Durban 05.05.09
  02 GC Smith 77 Jaipur Mohali Durban 05.05.09
               
7 01 BJ Hodge 50 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
  02 MK Tiwary 50 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
               
8 01 RS Bopara 77 Mohali Bangalore Bangalore 16.03.10
  02 MS Bisla 75 Mohali Bangalore Bangalore 16.03.10
               
9 01 S Dhawan 56 Mumbai Chennai Mum-BS 25.03.10
  02 SR Tendulkar 72 Mumbai Chennai Mum-BS 25.03.10
               
10 01 AC Gilchrist 61 KE Punjab Deccan Hyd-RGS 16.04.11
  02 PC Valthaty 75 KE Punjab Deccan Hyd-RGS 16.04.11
               
11 01 DA Warner 77 Delhi KE Punjab Delhi 23.04.11
  02 V Sehwag 77 Delhi KE Punjab Delhi 23.04.11
               
12 01 S Dhawan 95 Deccan KE Punjab Dharamsala 21.05.11
  02 DB Ravi Teja 60 Deccan KE Punjab Dharamsala 21.05.11
               
13 01 MEK Hussey 63 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
  02 M Vijay 95 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
               
14 01 F du Plessis 58 Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12
  02 S Badrinath 57 Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12

F du Plessis and S Badrinath scored 58 and 57 respectively in this game providing the second occasion of Chennai’s both the openers scoring fifties in the same innings in IPL. Both the occasions are listed below.

No Pos Batsman Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 01 MEK Hussey 63 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
  02 M Vijay 95 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
               
2 01 F du Plessis 58 Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12
  02 S Badrinath 57 Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12

 

F du Pliess and S Badrinath added 116 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the 60th occasion of a three figure partnership in IPL. This stand also represent the 22nd occasion of a three figure partnership for the first wicket which are listed below

 

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 AC Gilchrist, VVS Laxman 155* 1st Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 27.04.08
2 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 115 1st Delhi Chennai Chennai 02.05.08
3 GC Smith, YK Pathan 109 1st Rajasthan Deccan Jaipur 09.05.08
4 GC Smith, SA Asnodkar 109 1st Rajasthan Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
5 GC Smith, SA Asnodkar 127 1st Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
6 AC Gilchrist, HH Gibbs 101 1st Deccan Bangalore Hyd-RGS 25.05.08
7 SE Marsh, JR Hopes 133 1st Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
8 PA Patel, ML Hayden 106 1st Chennai Bangalore PElizabeth 20.04.09
9 STJayasuriya, SRTendulkar 127 1st Mumbai Kolkata PElizabeth 27.04.09
10 NV Ojha, GC Smith 135 1st Rajasthan Punjab Durban 05.05.09
11 BJ Hodge, MK Tiwary 101 1st Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
12 RS Bopara, MS Bisla 129 1st Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 16.03.10
13 MJ Lumb, NV Ojha 109 1st Rajasthan Punjab Jaipur 07.04.10
14 BBMcCullum,MJayawardene 128 1st Kochi Mumbai Mumbai 15.04.11
15 AC Gilchrist, PC Valthaty 136 1st Punjab Deccan Hyd-RGS 16.04.11
16 TM Dilshan, CH Gayle 123 1st Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
17 DA Warner, V Sehwag 146 1st Delhi Punjab Delhi 23.04.11
18 SR Watson, R Dravid 134* 1st Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai 20.05.11
19 S Dhawan, DB Ravi Teja 131 1st Deccan Punjab Dharamsala 21.05.11
20 MA Agarwal, CH Gayle 113 1st Bangalore Mumbai Chennai 27.05.11
21 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 159 1st Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
22 F du Plessis, S Badrinath 116 1st Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12

F du Pliess and S Badrinath added 116 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the third occasion of a three figure partnership by Chennai batsmen for the first wicket in IPL. The following table lists out all the three partnerships

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 PA Patel, ML Hayden 106 1st Chennai Bangalore P Elizabeth 20.04.09
2 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 159 1st Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
3 F du Plessis, S Badrinath 116 1st Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12

F du Pliess and S Badrinath added 116 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the twelfth occasion of a three figure partnership by Chennai batsmen for various wickets in  IPL. The following table lists out all the three partnerships

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 ML Hayden, SK Raina 104 3rd Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
2 PA Patel, SK Raina 102* 2nd Chennai Punjab Mumbai 31.05.08
3 PA Patel, ML Hayden 106 1st Chennai Bangalore PElizabeth 20.04.09
4 ML Hayden, MS Dhoni 100 3rd Chennai Punjab Centurion 07.05.09
5 S Badrinath, MS Dhoni 109* 4th Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.10
6 SK Raina, S Badrinath 142* 3rd Chennai Mumbai Mum-BS 25.03.10
7 M Vijay, JA Morkel 152 3rd Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 03.04.10
8 M Vijay, SK Raina 137* 2nd Chennai Kolkata Chennai 13.04.10
9 M Vijay, S Badrinath 124 3rd Chennai Punjab Mohali 13.04.11
10 MEK Hussey, SK Raina 137 2nd Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 04.05.11
11 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 159 1st Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
12 F du Plessis, S Badrinath 116 1st Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12

SK Raina collected his second zero in IPL when he failed to open his account in this game. This was his second duck in 66 innings and 68 matches. His first duck was against Kings Eleven Punjab on 13.04.11 at Mohali when he was caught by PC Valthaty of the bowling of Praveen Kumar. It was his first ball duck in this game. Against Pune at Chenani on 19.04.12, he collected the second ball duck when he was caught by M Kartik of A Nehra

 

 

IPL 5 – Match No 23 – Delhi's KP Pietersen's hundred floors Deccan Chargers

Match No 23 – Delhi Daredevils vs. Deccan Chargers at Delhi on 19.04.12 – Delhi Daredevils won by five wickets

S Dhawan and PA Patel added 71 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the 48th  occasion of Deccan Chargers batsmen posting a 50 plus runs partnership in IPL. This stand also represents the tenth occasion of Deccan Chargers batsmen posting a 50 plus runs partnership for the second wicket in IPL. All the ten occasions are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Ground Date
1 S Sohal, KC Sangakkara 92 2nd Daredevils Delhi 19.04.11
2 AC Gilchrist, TL Suman 77 2nd Bangalore Bangalore 08.04.10
3 S Dhawan, KC Sangakkara 75 2nd KE Punjab Hyd-RGS 16.04.11
4 S Dhawan, PA Patel 71 2nd Daredevils Delhi 19.04.12
5 AC Gilchrist, AA Bilakhia 69 2nd Daredevils Centurion 22.05.09
6 HH Gibbs, DR Smith 61 2nd Mumbai Durban 25.04.09
7 HH Gibbs, A Symonds 55 2nd KE Punjab Cuttack 19.03.10
8 AC Gilchrist, SB Styris 54 2nd Super Kings Chennai 06.05.08
9 Shahid Afridi, HH Gibbs 50 2nd Daredevils Delhi 15.05.08
10 S Sohal, KC Sangakkara 50 2nd Bangalore Hyd-RGS 14.04.11

 

M Morkel’s aggregate of IPL wickets read 25 which include his 3 for 23 in this game. He became the 37th bowler to capture 25 or more wickets in IPL.

KP Pietersen’s 103 not out in this game represent the 20th hundred scored by a batsman in IPL. All the twenty hundreds are furnished below

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 BB McCullum 158* 73 10 13 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 18.04.08
2 M Vijay 127 56 8 11 SuperKings Rajasthan Chennai 03.04.10
3 PC Valthaty 120* 63 19 2 Punjab SuperKings Mohali 13.04.11
4 V Sehwag 119 56 13 6 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 05.05.11
5 A Symonds 117* 53 11 7 Deccan Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
6 MEK Hussey 116* 54 8 9 SuperKings Punjab Mohali 19.04.08
7 SE Marsh 115 69 11 7 Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
8 ST Jayasuriya 114* 48 9 11 Mumbai SuperKings Mumbai 14.05.08
9 MK Pandey 114* 73 10 4 Bangalore Deccan Centurion 21.05.09
10 MJayawardene 110* 59 14 3 Punjab Kolkata Kolkata 04.04.10
11 AC Gilchrist 109* 47 9 10 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 27.04.08
12 DA Warner 107* 69 9 5 Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
13 CH Gayle 107 49 10 9 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
14 AC Gilchrist 106 55 8 9 Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
15 AB de Villiers 105* 54 5 6 Delhi SuperKings Durban 23.04.09
16 AM Rahane 103* 60 12 5 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12
17 KP Pietersen 103* 64 6 9 Delhi Deccan Delhi 19.04.12
18 CH Gayle 102* 55 10 7 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
19 SR Tendulkar 100* 66 12 3 Mumbai Kochi Mumbai 15.04.11
20 YK Pathan 100 37 9 8 Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai BS 13.03.10 

KP Pietersen’s 103 not out in this game represent the fourth hundred by a Delhi batsman in IPL. All the four hundreds are listed below

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 V Sehwag 119 56 13 6 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 05.05.11
2 DA Warner 107* 69 9 5 Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
3 AB de Villiers 105* 54 5 6 Delhi SuperKings Durban 23.04.09
4 KP Pietersen 103* 64 6 9 Delhi Deccan Delhi 19.04.12

Delhi and KE Punjab share the record for most hundreds in IPL. Both the teams have socred four hundreds which are listed below

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 V Sehwag 119 56 13 6 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 05.05.11
2 DA Warner 107* 69 9 5 Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
3 AB de Villiers 105* 54 5 6 Delhi SuperKings Durban 23.04.09
4 KP Pietersen 103* 64 6 9 Delhi Deccan Delhi 19.04.12
                   
1 PC Valthaty 120* 63 19 2 KEPunjab SuperKings Mohali 13.04.11
2 SE Marsh 115 69 11 7 KEPunjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
3 MJayawardene 110* 59 14 3 KEPunjab Kolkata Kolkata 04.04.10
4 AC Gilchrist 106 55 8 9 KEPunjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11

KP Pietersen scored nine boundary sixes in his knock of 103 not out in this game providing the ninth occasion of a batsman scoring nine or more sixes in an innings in IPL. All the nine occasions are listed below

No Player Runs 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 BB McCullum 158* 13 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 18.04.08
2 ST Jayasuriya 114* 11 Mumbai Chennai Mumbai 14.05.08
3 M Vijay 127 11 SuperKings Rajasthna Chennai 03.04.10
4 AC Gilchrist 109* 10 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 27.04.08
5 MEK Hussey 116* 9 SuperKings KE Punjab Mohali 19.04.08
6 CH Gayle 107 9 Bangalore KE Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
7 AC Gilchrist 106 9 KE Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
8 KP Pietersen 103* 9 Delhi Deccan Delhi 19.04.12

KP Pietersen’s nine sixes in this game is a record for most sixes scored in an innings in IPL. The previous record was credited to PD Collingwood – another England cricketer – who had scored seven sixes in his knock of 75 not out against Bangalore at Delhi on 04.04.10

The following list shows the Delhi batsmen who have scored five or more sixes in an IPL game.

No Player Runs 6s Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 KP Pietersen 103* 9 Delhi Deccan Delhi 19.04.12
2 PD Collingwood 75* 7 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 04.04.10
3 V Sehwag 94* 6 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 22.04.08
4 AB de Villiers 105* 6 Delhi SuperKings Durban 23.04.09
5 V Sehwag 119 6 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 05.05.11

 

IPL 5 – Match No 22 – Kolkata post a easy win over Kings Eleven

Match No 22 – Kings Eleven Punjab vs. Kolkata Knight Riders at Mohali on 18.04.12 – Kolkata Knight Riders won by eight wickets

AC Gilchrist his one six in this game gave him an aggregate of sixes of 84.  Only CH Gayle with 85 sixes is ahead of AC Gilchrist and holds the record for most sixes in IPL 

AC Gilchrist completed 1500 runs as captain in IPL when he was on 7 during his knock of 40 in this game. At the end of this game his aggregate stood at 1537. He became the third captain to score 1500 runs as captain in IPL after SR Tendulkar {1723} and MS Dhoni {1514}.

AC Gilchrist’s 40 in this game gave him an aggregate of 1702 runs in IPL. He became the third batsman to total 1700 runs. Others are – SK Raina {1925} and SR Tendulkar {1739}

G Gambhir’s IPL run aggregate at the end of this game stood at 1649 which includes his 66 not out in this game. He became the sixth batsman in IPL to total 1600 plus runs. Others are – SK Raina {1925}, SR Tendulkar {1739}, AC Gilchrist {1702}, RG Sharma {1666} and JH Kallis {1649}

With seven boundary fours to his credit in this game, G Gambhir’s boundary fours aggregate in IPL stood at exact 200. He became the second batsman to score 200 plus boundary fours in IPL after SR Tendulkar who has scored 219 boundary fours.

G Gambhir’s 66 not out in this game represent his 12th fifty in IPL. He became the fifth batsman to score 12 or more fifties in IPL. Others are – JH Kallis {14}, SE Marsh {13}, SK Raina {13} and RG Sharma {12}. Thus he shares the joint third place in the list of batsmen who have scored most fifties in IPL.

G Gambhir’s 66 not out in this game was his 22nd fifty in T20 games. He is one of the    ten batsmen who have scored 20 or more fifties in T20 games. The complete list read thus – BJ Hodge {31}, CH Gayle {28}, DJ Hussey {25}, JH Kallis {24}, DA Warner {24}, HH Gibbs {24}, BB McCullum {22}, OA Shah {22}, G Gambhir {21} and SE Marsh {20}

G Gambhir’s this game represented his 100th game in T20 games. He became the 44th cricketer to play 100 plus T20 games. The complete list is furnished below with their career performances

No Player Mat Runs HS Ave 100 Wkts BBI Ave 5 Ct St
1 DJ Hussey 176 4343 100* 31.47 1 54 3/25 26.07 0 100 0
2 JA Morkel 174 2423 71* 27.85 0 143 4/30 27.32 0 39 0
3 BJ Hodge 149 4352 106 36.57 2 59 4/13 22.30 0 52 0
4 OA Shah 145 3773 80 35.26 0 5 2/26 15.60 0 53 0
5 KA Pollard 144 2694 89* 28.35 0 124 4/15 21.82 0 81 0
6 DP Nannes 142 47 12* 7.83 0 178 5/40 20.77 1 21 0
7 HH Gibbs 137 3227 101* 25.81 1 65 0
8 SB Styris 137 2800 106* 25.68 1 93 3/5 27.59 0 36 0
9 RN ten Doeschate 135 2332 121* 25.34 2 62 4/24 23.72 0 44 0
10 BB McCullum 134 3770 158* 31.94 4 61 7
11 AC Thomas 134 249 30* 13.10 0 156 4/27 20.57 0 41 0
12 Yasir Arafat 126 878 49 15.40 0 148 4/17 22.87 0 18 0
13 LRPL Taylor 124 3013 111* 32.75 1 8 3/28 35.00 0 65 0
14 R McLaren 121 966 51* 21.00 0 102 5/19 29.93 1 47 0
15 DA Warner 119 3426 135* 30.86 4 0 0 56 0
16 DJ Bravo 118 1913 70* 26.20 0 111 4/23 25.92 0 52 0
17 M van Jaarsveld 118 2525 82 27.74 0 10 3/20 21.10 0 63 0
18 Azhar Mahmood 117 2357 106* 29.83 2 120 4/20 24.92 0 23 0
19 J Botha 117 1245 67* 21.84 0 104 4/16 24.83 0 41 0
20 DI Stevens 117 2393 77 29.91 0 51 4/14 23.31 0 35 0
21 LJ Wright 115 2230 117 25.05 2 57 3/17 31.50 0 37 0
22 M Muralitharan 112 72 11 3.78 0 132 4/16 20.53 0 24 0
23 RG Sharma 112 2724 101* 32.04 1 26 4/6 27.23 0 49 0
24 Abdul Razzaq 111 2074 109 27.65 1 110 4/13 23.10 0 16 0
25 RS Bopara 111 2152 105* 24.17 1 75 4/10 23.13 0 34 0
26 JP Duminy 111 2695 99* 33.27 0 34 4/20 23.44 0 37 0
27 YK Pathan 111 2182 100 25.67 1 79 4/10 26.08 0 43 0
28 MS Dhoni 110 2323 73* 34.16 0 44 29
29 M Kartik 110 244 28 15.25 0 84 5/13 30.29 1 31 0
30 MJ Lumb 110 2251 124* 21.64 1 3 3/32 21.66 0 36 0
31 ST Jayasuriya 108 2298 114* 23.21 1 76 4/24 25.61 0 19 0
32 DPMD Jayawardene 108 2668 110* 31.02 2 3 2/22 27.33 0 47 0
33 Shahid Afridi 108 1704 80 19.14 0 137 5/20 18.34 1 29 0
34 CL White 108 2285 141* 29.29 2 23 4/10 22.69 0 47 0
35 RV Uthappa 106 2253 92 26.50 0 58 13
36 SK Raina 104 2818 101 33.54 1 31 4/26 27.41 0 49 0
37 Z de Bruyn 103 1965 95* 30.70 0 47 4/18 28.63 0 21 0
38 Harbhajan Singh 103 659 49* 18.30 0 89 5/18 26.15 1 31 0
39 KC Sangakkara 103 2833 94 31.13 0 63 28
40 PD Trego 103 2018 79 24.60 0 58 4/27 29.94 0 26 0
41 SL Malinga 101 156 37* 8.66 0 140 5/13 16.85 1 27 0
42 DR Smith 101 2110 103* 24.82 1 61 4/9 26.63 0 41 0
43 G Gambhir 100 2623 86 31.22 0 16 0
44 JC Hildreth 100 1833 77* 22.62 0 10 3/24 24.70 0 41 0

G Gambhir’s this game represented his 100th game in T20 games. He became the eighth Indina cricketer to play 100 plus T20 games. The complete list is furnished below with their career performances

No Player Mat Runs HS Ave 100 Wkts BBI Ave 5 Ct St
1 RG Sharma 112 2724 101* 32.04 1 26 4/6 27.23 0 49 0
2 YK Pathan 111 2182 100 25.67 1 79 4/10 26.08 0 43 0
3 MS Dhoni 110 2323 73* 34.16 0 44 29
4 M Kartik 110 244 28 15.25 0 84 5/13 30.29 1 31 0
5 RV Uthappa 106 2253 92 26.50 0 58 13
6 SK Raina 104 2818 101 33.54 1 31 4/26 27.41 0 49 0
7 Harbhajan Singh 103 659 49* 18.30 0 89 5/18 26.15 1 31 0
8 G Gambhir 100 2623 86 31.22 0 16 0

At the end of this game, BB McCullum’s run aggregate in T20 games read 3770 which includes his 15 in this game. BJ Hodge {4352}, DJ Hussey {4343} and OA Shah {3773} are the batsmen who have scored more runs in T20 games than BB McCullum. Thus BB McCullum occupies the fourth place in the list of most run getters in T20 games

DJ Hussey’s run aggregate at the end of this game stood at 4343 including his 10 in this game. He now stands second in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in T20 games. The first place is occupied by BJ Hodge who has amassed 4352 runs

At the end of this game, PP Chawla’s IPL wicket aggregate stood at 64 which include his 2 for 19 in this game. The complete list of bowlers who have captured 60 plus wickets in IPL read thus – SL Malinga {70}, RP Singh {66}, A Mishra {65}, MM Patel {65}, PP Ojha {64}, PP Chawla {64} and IK Pathan {60}

G Gambhir’s 66 not out in this game provide the 65th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in IPL. It also represents the 13th occasion of a Kolkata captain scoring a fifty in IPL. All the thirteen occasions are listed below

No Batsman Runs   Team 1 Team 2 Venue Date
1 SC Ganguly 51   Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 01.05.08
2 SC Ganguly 91   Kolkata Deccan Deccan 11.05.08
3 SC Ganguly 86 * Kolkata KE Punjab Kolkata 25.05.08
4 BB McCullum 84 * Kolkata Bangalore Centurion 12.05.09
5 BB McCullum 81   Kolkata Chennai Centurion 18.05.09
6 SC Ganguly 50   Kolkata KE Punjab Mohali 27.03.10
7 SC Ganguly 88   Kolkata Deccan Kolkata 01.04.10
8 SC Ganguly 56   Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 07.04.10
9 SC Ganguly 75 * Kolkata Rajasthan Kolkata 17.04.10
10 G Gambhir 75 * Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 15.04.11
11 G Gambhir 54 * Kolkata Pune Mum-DYP 19.05.11
12 G Gambhir 64 * Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
13 G Gambhir 66 * Kolkata KE Punjab Mohali 18.04.12

G Gambhir’s 66 not out in this game represent his sixth fifty as captain in IPL. All the six occasions are furnished below. Other captains to score five or more fifies in IPL are – SR Tendulkar {11}, AC Gilchrist {10}, MS Dhoni {08}, SC Ganguly {07}, V Sehwag {07} and Yuvraj Singh {05}

No Batsman Runs   Team 1 Team 2 Venue Date
1 G Gambhir 72   Delhi KE Punjab Mohali 13.03.10
2 G Gambhir 57 * Delhi Chennai Chennai 15.04.10
3 G Gambhir 75 * Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 15.04.11
4 G Gambhir 54 * Kolkata Pune Mum-DYP 19.05.11
5 G Gambhir 64 * Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
6 G Gambhir 66 * Kolkata KE Punjab Mohali 18.04.12

 


 

 

 

 

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

 

IPL 5 – Match No 20 – Rajasthan prevail over Deccan Chargers in a close finish winning with two balls to spare

IPL 5  – Match No 20 – Rajasthan Royals vs. Deccan Chargers at Jaipur on 17.04.12 – Rajasthan Royals won by five wickets.

 

Rajasthan Royals won this game by five wickets with two balls to spare providing the seventh occasion of a team winning a game with two balls to spare in IPL.

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 5 wkts 2 166 19.4 20.0 Mumbai Mumbai 20.04.08
2 Kolkata 3 wkts 2 175 19.4 20.0 KE Punjab Kolkata 25.05.08
3 Rajasthan 3 wkts 2 142 19.4 20.0 Deccan P Elizabeth 02.05.09
4 Bangalore 2 wkts 2 130 19.4 20.0 Super Kings Durban 14.05.09
5 Super Kings 6 wkts 2 193 19.4 20.0 KE Punjab Dharamsala 18.04.10
6 Super Kings 6 wkts 2 176 19.4 20.0 Bangalore Mumbai 24.05.11
7 Rajasthan 5 wkts 2 197 19.4 20.0 Deccan Jaipur 17.04.12

 

Rajasthan Royals won this game by five wickets with two balls to spare providing the second occasion of a it winning a game with two balls to spare in IPL – both the occasions are against Deccan Chargers

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Rajasthan 3 wkts 2 142 19.4 20.0 Deccan P Elizabeth 02.05.09
2 Rajasthan 5 wkts 2 197 19.4 20.0 Deccan Jaipur 17.04.12

 

Rajasthan became the third team to win a game with two balls to spare in IPL. Others are – Bangalore and Chennai. Performance of these three teams are furnished below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 5 wkts 2 166 19.4 20.0 Mumbai Mumbai 20.04.08
2 Bangalore 2 wkts 2 130 19.4 20.0 Super Kings Durban 14.05.09
                   
1 Rajasthan 3 wkts 2 142 19.4 20.0 Deccan P Elizabeth 02.05.09
2 Rajasthan 5 wkts 2 197 19.4 20.0 Deccan Jaipur 17.04.12
                   
1 Super Kings 6 wkts 2 193 19.4 20.0 KE Punjab Dharamsala 18.04.10
2 Super Kings 6 wkts 2 176 19.4 20.0 Bangalore Mumbai 24.05.11

 

BJ Hodge with his 48 not out in this game now has an aggregate of 4352 run in T20 games. He has the record for most runs in T20 games. He went past DJ Hussey who has an aggregate of 4333 runs,

 

BJ Hodge became the first batsman in T20 games to aggregate 450 boundary fours in T20 games. He reached the milestone when he hit his third boundary in his innings of 48 in this game. At the end of this game, his aggregate boundary fours stood at 453. Next best aggregate of boundary fours is credited to BB McCullum who has scored 352 boundary fours – an exact difference of 99  boundary fours.

 

S Dhawan has an aggregate of 1085 runs at the end of this game which includes his 52 in this game. He is the 23rd batsman to total 1000 runs in IPL. The complete list is furnished below

 

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC Z
1 SK Raina 67 65 10 1925 98 35.00 0 13 1
2 SR Tendulkar 52 52 9 1739 100* 40.44 1 10 2
3 RG Sharma 66 63 10 1666 87 31.43 0 12 4
4 AC Gilchrist 64 64 1 1662 109* 26.38 2 9 6
5 JH Kallis 62 61 8 1619 89* 30.54 0 14 5
6 G Gambhir 60 59 8 1588 86 31.13 0 11 4
7 MS Dhoni 64 56 15 1514 70* 36.92 0 8 2
8 V Sehwag 54 54 3 1469 119 28.80 1 9 5
9 KC Sangakkara 52 49 2 1425 94 30.31 0 9 4
10 R Dravid 61 55 4 1393 75* 27.31 0 5 3
11 V Kohli 66 59 9 1384 71 27.68 0 7 1
12 SE Marsh 32 31 5 1339 115 51.50 1 12 1
13 YK Pathan 63 58 6 1317 100 25.32 1 6 3
14 RV Uthappa 64 59 12 1305 69 27.76 0 5 2
15 Yuvraj Singh 57 55 8 1237 66* 26.31 0 5 1
16 CH Gayle 32 32 4 1230 107 43.92 2 7 3
17 DPMD Jayawardene 51 50 14 1173 110* 32.58 1 5 1
18 S Badrinath 67 53 17 1171 71* 32.52 0 10 4
19 SC Ganguly 49 46 3 1142 91 26.55 0 7 4
20 ML Hayden 32 32 2 1107 93 36.90 0 8 1
21 AB de Villiers 49 44 11 1100 105* 33.33 1 6 4
22 S Dhawan 46 45 7 1085 95* 28.55 0 9 2
23 KD Karthik 61 52 10 1035 69 24.64 0 4 3

 

A Mishra captured 3 for 32 in this game to take his IPL aggregate wickets to 65. He now holds the joint third place amongst the bowlers who have captured most wickets in IPL. MM Patel is the other bowler with 65 wickets. SL Malinga {70} and RP Singh {66} are the bowlers who occupy the first and second place respectively.

 

A Singh of Rajasthan returned with figures of none for 55 in this game providing the 36th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in IPL. His figures also represent the sixth occasion of a Rajasthan bowler conceding 50 plus runs in IPL. All the six occasiona are listed below

 

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 SK Trivedi 4.0 0 59 0 Rajasthan Punjab Mohali 21 Apr 2011
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 55 0 Rajasthan Deccan Hyd-RGS 24 Apr 2008
3 MM Patel 4.0 0 55 1 Rajasthan Super Kings Chennai 24 May 2008
4 SW Tait 4.0 0 53 1 Rajasthan Delhi Delhi 31 Mar 2010
5 SK Warne 4.0 0 50 1 Rajasthan Punjab Mohali 21 Apr 2011
6 A Singh 4.0 0 55 0 Rajasthan Deccan Jaipur 17 Apr 2012

 

A Singh of Rajasthan returned with figures of none for 55 in this game providing the 16th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs without capturing a wicket in IPL. His figures also represent the third occasion of a Rajasthan bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in IPL. All the three occasiona are listed below

 

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 SK Trivedi 4.0 0 59 0 Rajasthan Punjab Mohali 21 Apr 2011
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 55 0 Rajasthan Deccan Hyd-RGS 24 Apr 2008
3 A Singh 4.0 0 55 0 Rajasthan Deccan Jaipur 17 Apr 2012

 

        

IPL 5 – Match No 19 – Delhi crush Mumbai – wins by seven wickets

Match No 19 – Mumbai Indians vs. Delhi Daredevils at Mumbai {WS} on 16.04.12 – Delhi won by seven wickets 

Mumbai was all out for 92 in this game providing the 14th occasion of a team dismissed for a tatal less than 100 runs in a completed innings in IPL. All the fourteen 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 Super Kings Port 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 WS 16.04.12
12 Delhi 95 17.4 1 Mumbai Delhi 10.04.11
13 Kolkata 95 15.2 2 Mumbai Port Elizabeth 27.04.09
14 Rajasthan 97 18.3 1 Kochi Indore 15.05.11

Mumbai’s dismissal for 92 in this game provide the second occasion of it being dismissed for a total less than 100 runs in IPL. The other occasion was its 87 against Kings Eleven Punjab at Mohali on 10.05.01. Mumbai became the fifth team to be dismissed for a total less than 100 runs on two or more occasions in IPL. Other teams are – Bangalore {twice}, Delhi {twice}, Kolkata {twice} and Rajasthan {four occasions}. The performances of these five teams are listed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Date
1 Bangalore 82 15.1 2 Kolkata Bangalore 18.04.08
2 Bangalore 87 15.2 2 Super Kings Port Elizabeth 20.04.09
               
1 Delhi 87 16.1 2 Rajasthan Mumbai 30.05.08
2 Delhi 95 17.4 1 Mumbai Delhi 10.04.11
               
1 Kolkata 67 15.2 1 Mumbai Mumbai 16.05.08
2 Kolkata 95 15.2 2 Mumbai Port Elizabeth 27.04.09
               
1 Mumbai 87 12.5 2 Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
2 Mumbai 92 19.2 1 Delhi Mumbai WS 16.04.12
               
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

In Mumbai innings of 92, as many as nine batsmen were dismissed for single digits providing the fourth such occasion in IPL. The other three occasions are – Bangalore vs. Kings Eleven Punjab at Bangalore on 05.05.08, Rajasthan vs. Mumbai at Mumbai on 07.05.08 and Deccan vs. Bangalore on 24.04.10

IPL 5 – Match No 18 – Rajasthan sinks Bangalore – AM Rahane and SK Trivedi excel with willow and leather

Match No 19 – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Rajasthan  Royals at Bangalore on 15.04.12 – Rajasthan  Royals won by 59 runs

AM Rahane and OA Shah added 121 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the 59th occasion of a three figure partnership in IPL.

This stand represents the ninth occasion of Rajasthan batsman posting a three figure partnership in IPL. The nine occasions are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GC Smith/SR Watson 104 3rd Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 26.04.08
2 GC Smith/YK Pathan 109 1st Rajasthan Deccan Jaipur 09.05.08
3 GC Smith/SA Asnodkar 109 1st Rajasthan Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
4 GC Smith/SA Asnodkar 127 1st Rajasthan SuperKings Chennai 24.05.08
5 NV Ojha/GC Smith 135 1st Rajasthan KEPunjab Durban 05.05.09
6 YK Pathan/P Dogra 107 5th Rajasthan Mumbai MumbaiBS 13.03.10
7 MJ Lumb/NV Ojha 109 1st Rajasthan KEPunjab Jaipur 07.04.10
8 SR Watson/R Dravid 134* 1st Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai 20.05.11
9 AM Rahane/OA Shah 121 2nd Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12

 

AM Rahane and OA Shah added 121 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the fifth occasion of a three figure partnership posted at Bangalore

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GC Smith/SR Watson 104 3rd Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 26.04.08
2 RS Bopara/MS Bisla 129 1st KEPunjab Bangalore Bangalore 16.03.10
3 SR Tendulkar/AT Rayudu 110* 2nd Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 12.04.11
4 CH Gayle/V Kohli 111 2nd Bangalore KEPunjab Bangalore 06.05.11
5 AM Rahane/OA Shah 121 2nd Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12

AM Rahane’s 103 not out in this game represent the 19th hundred in IPL. The following table lists all the 19 hundreds

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Date
1 BB McCullum 158* Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 18.04.08
2 M Vijay 127 SuperKings Rajasthan Chennai 03.04.10
3 PC Valthaty 1.* KEPunjab SuperKings Mohali 13.04.11
4 V Sehwag 119 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 05.05.11
5 A Symonds 117* Deccan Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
6 MEK Hussey 116* SuperKings KEPunjab Mohali 19.04.08
7 SE Marsh 115 KEPunjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
8 ST Jayasuriya 114* Mumbai SuperKings Mumbai 14.05.08
9 MK Pandey 114* Bangalore Deccan Centurion 21.05.09
10 DPMDJayawardene 110* KEPunjab Kolkata Kolkata 04.04.10
11 AC Gilchrist 109* Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 27.04.08
12 DA Warner 107* Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
13 CH Gayle 107 Bangalore KEPunjab Bangalore 06.05.11
14 AC Gilchrist 106 KEPunjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
15 AB de Villiers 105* Delhi SuperKings Durban 23.04.09
16 AM Rahane 103* Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12
17 CH Gayle 102* Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
18 SR Tendulkar 100* Mumbai Kochi Mumbai 15.04.11
19 YK Pathan 100 Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai BS 13.03.10

AM Rahane’s 103 not out in this game represent the second hundred by Rajasthan in IPL after YK Pathan’s 100 against Mumbai at Mum-BS on 13.03.10

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Date
1 AM Rahane 103* Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12
2 YK Pathan 100 Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai BS 13.03.10

AM Rahane’s 103 not out in this game represent the highest individual score by a Rajasthan batsman in IPL

OA Shah became the seventh batsman in T20 games to score 300 boundary fours when he hit his third boundary in his innings of 60 which contained five boundaries. At the end of this game his boundary fours aggregate stood at 302. Other batsmen to score 300 plus boundary fours are – BJ Hodge {447}, BB McCullum {352}, DA Warner {344}, HH Gibbs {337}, KC Sangakkara {313} and G Gambhir {305|

R Vinay Kumar conceded 51 runs in this game providing the 35th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in IPL.

R Vinay Kumar conceded 51 runs with out taking a wicket in this game providing the 15th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs with out a wicket in IPL. All the 15 occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SK Trivedi 4.0 0 59 0 Rajasthan Punjab Mohali 21.04.11
2 MashrafeMortaza 4.0 0 58 0 Kolkata Deccan Johannesburg 16.05.09
3 VRV Singh 4.0 0 56 0 Punjab Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08
4 MM Patel 4.0 0 55 0 Rajasthan Deccan Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
5 Pankaj Singh 4.0 0 54 0 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 17.04.10
6 MS Gony 4.0 0 54 0 Deccan SuperKings Vizag 07.04.12
7 JDP Oram 4.0 0 53 0 SuperKings Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
8 Z Khan 4.0 0 53 0 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
9 MohammadAsif 4.0 0 51 0 Delhi Deccan Delhi 15.05.08
10 PJ Sangwan 3.0 0 51 0 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 19.05.08
11 S Sreesanth 4.0 0 51 0 Punjab Deccan Cuttack 19.04.10
12 RVinayKumar 4.0 0 51 0 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 15.04.12
13 RP Singh 4.0 0 50 0 Deccan Delhi Delhi 15.05.08
14 A Flintoff 4.0 0 50 0 SuperKings Delhi Durban 23.04.09
15 JJvanderWath 4.0 0 50 0 Bangalore Punjab Dharamsala 17.05.11

R Vinay Kumar’s none for 51 in this game provide the sixth occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding 50 plus runs in IPL. All the six occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Pankaj Singh 4.0 0 54 0 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 17.04.10
2 Z Khan 4.0 0 53 0 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
3 JH Kallis 4.0 0 51 1 Bangalore Punjab Durban 24.04.09
4 JJvanderWath 4.0 0 50 0 Bangalore Punjab Dharamsala 17.05.11
5 RVinaykumar 4.0 0 53 1 Bangalore SuperKings Chennai 12.04.12
6 RVinaykumar 4.0 0 51 0 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 15.04.12

R Vinay Kumar’s none for 51 in this game provide the fourht occasion of a Bangalore bowler conceding 50 plus runs with out a wicket in IPL. All the four occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Pankaj Singh 4.0 0 54 0 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 17.04.10
2 Z Khan 4.0 0 53 0 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
3 JJvanderWath 4.0 0 50 0 Bangalore Punjab Dharamsala 17.05.11
4 RVinaykumar 4.0 0 51 0 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 15.04.12

R Vinay Kumar became the third bowler to concede 50 plus runs on two or more occasions in IPL. Others are – MM Patel on two occasions and RP Singh on three occasions   

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 MM Patel 4.0 0 55 0 Rajasthan Deccan Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 55 1 Rajasthan SuperKings Chennai 24.05.08
                   
1 RVinaykumar 4.0 0 53 1 Bangalore SuperKings Chennai 12.04.12
2 RVinaykumar 4.0 0 51 0 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 15.04.12
                   
1 RP Singh 4.0 0 59 1 Deccan Kolkata Hyd/RGS 11.05.08
2 RP Singh 4.0 0 51 1 Deccan Punjab Dharamsala 16.04.10
3 RP Singh 4.0 0 50 0 Deccan Delhi Delhi 15.05.08

CH Gayle who hit a six in this game has now an aggregate of 77 sixes in IPL and 229 sixes in T20.games. He holds the record for most sixes in T20 games.

SK Trivedi’s 4 for 23 in this game provide the 52nd occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL. It also represents the 41st occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in IPL.

SK Trivedi’s 4 for 23 in this game represents the occasion of a Rajasthan bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL.

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SohailTanvir 4.0 0 14 6 Rajasthan SuperKings Jaipur 04.05.08
2 SohailTanvir 4.0 0 14 4 Rajasthan Mumbai Jaipur 26.05.08
3 ASingh 4.0 0 19 4 Rajasthan Bangalore Centurion 07.05.09
4 SKWarne 4.0 0 21 4 Rajasthan Deccan Nagpur 05.04.10
5 KCooper 4.0 0 26 4 Rajasthan KEPunjab Jaipur 06.04.12
6 SKTrivedi 4.0 0 26 4 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12

SK Trivedi’s 4 for 23 provide the fifth occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an IPL game played at Bangalore

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SAravind 4.0 0 14 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
2 CRDFernando 4.0 0 18 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
3 RVinayKumar 4.0 0 40 4 Bangalore SuperKings Bangalore 23.03.10
4 LBalaji 4.0 1 18 4 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
5 SKTrivedi 4.0 0 23 4 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12

Bangalore was all out for 136 in this game providing the 59th occasion of a team dismissed all out in IPL.

Rajasthan won this game by 59 runs providing the 24th occasion of a team winning a game by 50 plus runs margin. All the 24 occasions are listed below

 

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Kolkata 140 runs 223 Bangalore Bangalore 18 Apr 2008
2 KEPunjab 111 runs 233 Bangalore Dharamsala 17 May 2011
3 Rajasthan 105 runs 193 Delhi Mumbai 30 May 2008
4 Mumbai 098 runs 219 Delhi Delhi 17 Mar 2010
5 SuperKings 092 runs 180 Bangalore P Elizabeth 20 Apr 2009
6 Mumbai 092 runs 188 Kolkata P Elizabeth 27 Apr 2009
7 Bangalore 085 runs 206 KEPunjab Bangalore 06 May 2011
8 Deccan 082 runs 199 KEPunjab Dharamsala 21 May 2011
9 SuperKings 078 runs 179 Deccan East London 04 May 2009
10 Rajasthan 078 runs 212 KEPunjab Durban 05 May 2009
11 KEPunjab 076 runs 164 Mumbai Mohali 10 May 2011
12 Bangalore 075 runs 134 Rajasthan Cape Town 18 Apr 2009
13 SuperKings 074 runs 194 Deccan Visakhapatnam 07 Apr 2012
14 Delhi 067 runs 189 Rajasthan Delhi 31 Mar 2010
15 KEPunjab 066 runs 183 Mumbai Mohali 25 Apr 2008
16 Rajasthan 065 runs 198 Bangalore Jaipur 17 May 2008
17 Mumbai 063 runs 179 Deccan Mum/BS 03 Apr 2010
18 SuperKings 063 runs 197 Rajasthan Jaipur 09 May 2011
19 Rajasthan 059 runs 196 Bangalore Bangalore 15 Apr 2012
20 SuperKings 058 runs 206 Bangalore Chennai 28 May 2011
21 Mumbai 057 runs 192 Bangalore Bangalore 17 Apr 2010
22 SuperKings 055 runs 165 Kolkata Kolkata 16 Mar 2010
23 Deccan 055 runs 130 Kochi Kochi 27 Apr 2011
24 Deccan 053 runs 167 Rajasthan Kimberley 11 May 2009

Rajasthan won this game by 59 runs providing the fourth occasion of a Rajasthan winning a game by 50 plus runs margin. All the four occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Rajasthan 105 runs 193 Delhi Mumbai 30 May 2008
2 Rajasthan 078 runs 212 KEPunjab Durban 05 May 2009
3 Rajasthan 065 runs 198 Bangalore Jaipur 17 May 2008
4 Rajasthan 059 runs 196 Bangalore Bangalore 15 Apr 2012

Rajasthan won this game by 59 runs providing the fourth occasion of a team winning a game by 50 plus runs margin in an IPL match playec at Bangalore. All the four occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Kolkata 140 runs 223 Bangalore Bangalore 18 Apr 2008
2 Bangalore 085 runs 206 KEPunjab Bangalore 06 May 2011
3 Rajasthan 059 runs 196 Bangalore Bangalore 15 Apr 2012
4 Mumbai 057 runs 192 Bangalore Bangalore 17 Apr 2010

 

IPL 5 – Match No 17 – Kings Eleven Punjab won by two runs against Kolkata – SP Narine's five wicket haul in vain

Match No 17 – Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Kings Eleven Punjab at Kolkata on 15.04.12 – Kings Eleven Punjab won by two runs

DJ Hussey’s aggregate in T20 games stood at 4333 which includes his 32 in this game. He now holds the record for most run in T20 games. He went past BJ Hodge who has an aggregate of 4303 runs in T20 games.

Kings Eleven Punjab won this game by two runs providing the fourth occasion of a team winning a game by two runs in IPL. All the four occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Date
1 Royals 2 runs 146 v MumInd Durban 14.05.09
2 Royals 2 runs 160 v Chargers Nagpur 05.04.10
3 Super Kings 2 runs 154 v KKR Chennai 08.04.11
4 Kings XI 2 runs 135 v KKR Kolkata 15.04.12

S Narine captured 5 for 19 in this game providing the 51st occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL. His figures also represent the eleventh occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in IPL. The complete list is furnished below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 Sohail Tanvir 4.0 0 14 6 Rajasthan SuperKings Jaipur 04.05.08
2 A Kumble 3.1 1 05 5 Bangalore Rajasthan CapeTown 18.04.09
3 I Sharma 3.0 0 12 5 Deccan Kochi Kochi 27.04.11
4 SL Malinga 3.4 1 13 5 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 10.04.11
5 A Mishra 4.0 0 17 5 Delhi Deccan Delhi 15.05.08
6 HarbhajanSingh 4.0 0 18 5 Mumbai Supe Kings Mumbai 22.04.11
7 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
8 L Balaji 4.0 0 24 5 Super Kings Punjab Chennai 10.05.08
9 RA Jadeja 4.0 0 16 5 Superkings Deccan Vizag 07.04.12
10 ADMascarehaus 4.0 0 25 5 KEPunjab Pune Mohali 12.04.12
11 SP Narine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata KE Punjab Kolkata 15.04.12

SP Narine’s 5 for 19 in this game represent the fifth occasion of a Kolkata bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 ShoaibAkhtar 3.0 0 11 4 Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 13.04.08
2 ADMathews 4.0 0 19 4 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
3 UmarGul 4.0 0 23 4 Kolkata KEPunjab Kolkata 25.05.08
4 L Balaji 4.0 1 18 4 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
5 SPNarine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata KEPunjab Kolkata 15.04.12

SP Narine’s figures of 5 for 19 in this game represent the best figures by a Kolkata bowler in IPL. The previous best figures was 4 for 11 by Shoaib Akthar against Delhi at Kolkata on 13.04.08

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SPNarine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata KEPunjab Kolkata 15.04.12
2 ShoaibAkhtar 3.0 0 11 4 Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 13.04.08

SP Narine’s 5 for 19 in this game provides the ninth occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets against Kings Eleven Punjab in IPL.

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SP Narine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata KEPunjab Kolkata 15.04.12
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai KEPunjab Mohali 10.05.11
3 L Balaji 4.0 0 24 5 SuperKings KEPunjab Chennai 10.05.08
4 A Mishra 4.0 1 9 4 Deccan KEPunjab Dharamsala 21.05..11
5 S Aravind 4.0 0 14 4 Bangalore KEPunjab Bangalore 06.05..11
6 SL Malinga 4.0 0 22 4 Mumbai KEPunjab Mumbai BS 30.03..10
7 Umar Gul 4.0 0 23 4 Kolkata KEPunjab Kolkata 25.05..08
8 RP Singh 4.0 0 25 4 Kochi KEPunjab Indore 13.05..11
9 K Cooper 4.0 0 26 4 Rajasthan KEPunjab Jaipur 06.04.12

His figures also represent the third occasion of a bowler capturing five wickets against Kings Eleven Punjab

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SP Narine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata KEPunjab Kolkata 15.04.12
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai KEPunjab Mohali 10.05.11
3 L Balaji 4.0 0 24 5 SuperKings KEPunjab Chennai 10.05.08

SP Narine’s 5 for 19 in this game represent the best figures by a bowler against Kings Eleven Punjab in IPL. The previous best as 5 for 21 by MM Patel of Mumbai at Mohali 10.05.11

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SP Narine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata KEPunjab Kolkata 15.04.12
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai KEPunjab Mohali 10.05.11

SP Narine’s 5 for 19 in this game was in a losing cause providing the ninth occasion of a bowler’s four or more wicket haul going in vain in IPL. All the nine occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 JAMorkel 4.0 0 32 4 Super Kings Bangalore Chennai 21.05.08
2 YA bdulla 4.0 1 36 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
3 HarbhajanSingh 4.0 0 17 4 Mumbai Delhi Centurion 21.05.09
4 A umble 4.0 0 16 4 Bangalore Deccan Johannesburg 24.05.09
5 ADMathews 4.0 0 19 4 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
6 YuvrajSingh 4.0 0 29 4 Pune Delhi Mumbai 17.04.11
7 MMPatel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
8 RPSingh 4.0 0 25 4 Kochi Punjab Indore 13.05.11
9 SPNarine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata Punjab Kolkata 15.04.02

SP Narine’s 5 for 19 in this game was in a losing cause providing the second occasion of a bowler’s five wicket haul going in vain in IPL. The other occasion was Mumbai’s MM Patel’s 5 for 21 against Kings Eleven Punjab at Mohali on 10.05.11. Incidentally both these five wicket hauls which have gone in vain are against Kings Eleven Punjab

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SPNarine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata Punjab Kolkata 15.04.02
2 MM Patel 4.0 0 21 5 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11

SP Narine’s 5 for 19 in this game which went in vain represent the best bowling figures by a bowler which was in a losing cause in IPL.

 

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