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Stats highlights of Match 60 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match 60 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Finals Match 60 Delhi Vs Mumbai Dub DSC 10 Nov 20

MP Stoinis was dismissed by the first ball of the match in this game to provide 26th occasion of a batsman dismissed by the first ball of the match in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanTeamOppositionGroundDate
1PA PatelChennaiRajasthanJaipur04.05.08
2G GambhirDelhiChennaiDurban23.04.09
3JH KallisBangaloreDelhiP Elizabeth26.04.09
4K GoelPunjabRajasthanCape Town26.04.09
5BB McCullumKolkataBangaloreDurban29.04.09
6ST JayasuriyaMumbaiDelhiCenturion21.05.09
7S BadarinathChennaiPunjabCenturion07.05.09
8MJ LumbRajasthanKolkataAhmedabad20.03.10
9MK TiwaryKolkataDeccanMum-DYP12.03.10
10S AniruddhaChennaiPunjabMohali13.04.11
11BB McCullumKochiPuneMum-DYP13.04.11
12MA AgarwalBangaloreMumbaiBangalore12.04.11
13PA PatelDeccanPuneCuttack01.05.12
14MK PandeyPuneDeccanCuttack01.05.12
15M VijayChennaiDelhiDelhi10.04.12
16U ChandDelhiKolkataKolkata03.04.13
17MDKJ PereraRajasthanPunePune-MCA11.04.13
18JH KallisKolkataDelhiDubai {CA}19.04.14
19DR SmithChennaiKolkataChennai30.04.15
20CH GayleBangaloreKolkataBangalore07.05.17
21MJ GuptillPunjabRis PunePune-MCA14.05.17
22SA YadavMumbaiBangaloreMumbai17.04.18
23S DhawanSunriseresChennaiMumbai22.05.18
24JE DenlyKolkataDelhiKolkata12.04.19
25PP ShahDelhiRajasthanDub-DSC13.10.20
26MP StoinisDelhiMumbaiDub-DSC10.11.20

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Delhi batsman dismissed by the first ball of the match in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsman  TeamOppositionGroundDate
1G GambhirDelhiChennaiDurban23.04.09
2U ChandDelhiKolkataKolkata03.04.13
3PP ShahDelhiRajasthanDub-DSC13.10.20
4MP StoinisDelhiMumbaiDub-DSC10.11.20

MP Stoinis collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 84th occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament. It also provides the 50th occasion of an opening batsman batting at number one collecting the first ball duck in the tournament.

K Rabada was dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery in this game to provide the 35th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of a Delhi batsman dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery in the tournament.

K Rabada was dismissed run out for a duck in this game to provide the 81st occasion of a batsman dismissed run out for a duck without in the tournament. It also provides the eleventh occasion of a Delhi batsman dismissed run out for a duck in the tournament.

SS Iyer {65} and RR Pant {56} scored fifties in this game to provide the 14th occasion of captain and wicket keeper batsman scoring fifties in the same innings in the tournament

SS Iyer {65} scored fifty in this game to provide the 263rd occasion of captain scoring fifty in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 29th occasion of a Delhi captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 25th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament against Mumbai

RR Pant {56} scored fifty in this game to provide the 196th occasion of wicket keeper batsman scoring fifty in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 25th occasion of a Delhi wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 27th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament against Mumbai

RG Sharma {68} scored fifty in this game to provide the 264th occasion of captain scoring fifty in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 34th occasion of a Mumbai captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 29th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament against Delhi

Iyer {65} and RG Sharma {68} scored fifties in this game to provide the 17th occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in the same match in the tournament

SS Iyer’s 65 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 519 runs to provide the fourth occasion of a batsman totaling 500 plus runs in this edition of the tournament. Later on in Mumbai’s innings, Ishan Kishan {516} and Q de Kock {503} completed 500 plus runs in this edition to become the fifth and sixth batsman to aggregate 500 plus runs in the tournament. The following table lists all the six batsmen.

NoPlayerTeamMatINORuns
1KL RahulPunjab14142670
2S DhawanDelhi17173618
3DA WarnerSunrisers16162548
4SS IyerDelhi17172519
5Ishan KishanMumbai14134516
5Q de KockMumbai16162503

SS Iyer’s 65 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 519 runs in this edition to provide the 15th occasion of a captain totaling 500 plus runs in an edition of the tournament. The following table lists all the fifteen occasions.         

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore2016
2DA Warner17173848Sunrisers2016
3KS Williamson17173735Sunrisers2018
4KL Rahul14142670Punjab 2020
5DA Warner14143641Sunrisers2017
6V Kohli16162634Bangalore2013
7SR Tendulkar15152618Mumbai2009
8G Gambhir17171590Kolkata 2012
9DA Warner14141562Sunrisers2015
10SR Tendulkar16163553Mumbai2011
11DA Warner16162548Sunrisers2020
12V Kohli14143530Bangalore2018
13SS Iyer17172519Delhi 2020
14V Kohli16165505Bangalore2015
15G Gambhir15152501Kolkata  2016

Iyer’s 65 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 519 runs in this edition to provide the third occasion of a captain totaling 500 plus runs in this edition of the tournament. The following table lists all the three occasions.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1KL Rahul14142670Punjab 2020
2DA Warner16162548Sunrisers2020
3SS Iyer17172519Delhi 2020

Q de Kock’s 503 runs in this edition provide the eighth occasion of a wicketkeeper batsman totaling 500 plus runs in an edition of the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1RR Pant14141684Delhi  2018
2RV Uthappa15151660Kolkata  2014
3KL Rahul14142659Punjab 2018
4JC Buttler13133548Rajasthan  2018
5Q de Kock16161529Mumbai   2019
6KL Rahul11112522Punjab2020
7KD Karthik19191510Mumbai  2013
8Q de Kock16162503Mumbai 2020

Q de Kock’s 503 runs in this edition provide the second occasion of a wicketkeeper batsman totaling 500 plus runs in this edition of the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1KL Rahul11112522Punjab2020
2Q de Kock16162503Mumbai 2020

Q de Kock and KL Rahul with 500 plus runs in this edition became the wicket keeper batsmen to total 500 plus runs in two editions of the tournament. Q de Kock had totaled 529 runs in 2019 representing Mumbai while KL Rahul had totaled 659 runs representing Punjab

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1KL Rahul11112522Punjab2020
2KL Rahul14142659Punjab 2018
        
1Q de Kock16161529Mumbai  2019
2Q de Kock16162503Mumbai 2020

K Rabada’s lone wicket in this game fetched him an aggregate of 30 wickets in this edition. He became the second bowler to aggregate 30 plus wickets in an edition in the tournament after DJ Bravo. DJ Bravo had captured 32 wickets in 2013 representing Chennai

This game was the 200th game for RG Sharma in the tournament. He became the second cricketer to appear in 200 plus games in the tournament after MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has appeared in 204 games

Mumbai won the tournament for the fifth time. It became the second team after Chennai to defend the trophy. Mumbai won the tournament in 2019 and 2020. Chennai had won the tournament in 2010 and 2011.

Q de Kock effected 22 dismissals in this edition and now stands second in the list of wicket keepers who have effected most dismissals in an edition in the tournament. RR Pant of Delhi has effected 24 dismissals in 2019.

RR Pant and Q de Kock are the only two wicket keepers in the tournament to effect 20 plus dismissals.

TA Boult captured 25 wickets in this edition to provide the eleventh occasion of a bowler capturing 25 plus wickets in an edition in the tournament. The following table lists all the eleven bowlers. This edition of 2020 witnesses three bowlers – K Rabada {30}, JJ Bumrah {27} and TA Boult {25} – captuting 25 plus wickets.

NoPlayerMatOversMRunsWTeamEdn
1DJ Bravo1862.3049732Chennai  2013
2K Rabada1765.4154830Delhi  2020
3SL Malinga1663.0237528Mumbai  2011
4JP Faulkner1663.1242728Rajasthan  2013
5JJ Bumrah1560.0240427Mumbai 2020
6B Kumar1452.2036926Sunrisers  2017
7DJ Bravo1752.2042626Chennai 2015
8Imran Tahir1764.2143126Chennai 2019
9K Rabada1247.0036825Delhi  2019
10M Morkel1663.0145325Delhi  2012
11TA Boult1557.2345725Mumbai  2020

                                   
This edition of 2020 witnesses three bowlers – K Rabada {30}, JJ Bumrah {27} and TA Boult {25} – capturing 25 plus wickets. 2020 edition became the first edition in the history of tournament to witness three bowlers capturing 25 plus wickets

NoPlayerMatOversMRunsWTeamEdn
1JJ Bumrah1560.0240427Mumbai 2020
2K Rabada1765.4154830Delhi  2020
3TA Boult1557.2345725Mumbai  2020

RG Sharma’s 68 in this game represent his 40th fifty of the tournament. He became the fifth batsman to score 40 pus  fifties in the tournament. Others are – DA Warner {52},  V Kohli {44}, S Dhawan {43}  and AB de Villiers {41}

Q de Kock earned the distinction of becoming the first wicket keeper in the tournament to score 500 plus runs and effect 20 plus dismissals. He scored 503 runs and effected 22 dismissals in 2020 edition.

The following table lists the winners and runners in each edition of the tournament.    

NoSeasonWinner Runners Margin Ground Date
12008Rajasthan Chennai 03 wkts Mumbai 01.06.08
22009Deccan Bangalore 06 runs Jo’burg 24.05.09
32010Chennai Mumbai 22 runs Mumbai 25.04.10
42011Chennai Bangalore 58 runs Chennai 28.05.11
52012Kolkata Chennai 05 wkts Chennai 27.05.12
62013Mumbai Chennai 23 runs Kolkata 26.05.13
72014Kolkata Punjab 03 wkts Bangalore 01.06.14
82015Mumbai Chennai 41 runs Kolkata 24.05.15
92016Sunrisers Bangalore 08 runs Bangalore 29.05.16
102017Mumbai Ris Pune 01 run Hyd-RGS 21.05.17
112018Chennai Sunrisers 08 wkts Mumbai 27.05.18
122019Mumbai Chennai 01 run Hyd-RGS 12.05.19
132020Mumbai Delhi 05 wkts Dub-DSC 10.11.20

SS Iyer’s 65 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 91st occasion of captain’s fifty in an innings going in vain in the tournament. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Delhi captain’s fifty going in vain in the tournament.  

RR Pant’s 56 fifty in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 92nd occasion of wicket keeper batsman’s fifty in an innings going in vain in the tournament. It also provides the tenth occasion of a Delhi wicket keeper batsman’s fifty going in vain in the tournament.

Stats highlights of Match No 59 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 59 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Qualifier 02 Match 59 Delhi Vs Sunrisers Abu Dhabi 08 Nov 20

S Dhawan scored 78 in this game to provide his 43rd fifty of the tournament. Only DA Warner {52} and V Kohli {44} have scored more fifties than S Dhawan in the tournament.

S Dhawan scored 78 in this game to provide his 41st half century of the tournament. Only DA Warner {48} has scored more half centueies than S Dhawan in the tournament.

S Dhawan scored 78 in this game to provide his 15th fifty of the tournament representing Delhi. He became the third Delhi batsman to score 15 or more fifties in the tournament. V Sehwag {16} and SS Iyer {15} are the other two batsmen.

Delhi posted a team total of 189 for 3 in this game. This total equals its team total of 189 for 4 against Sunrisers at Delhi on 02.05.17

JO Holder returned with figures of one for 50 in this game to provide the 167th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 16th occasion of a Sunrisers’ bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament.

JO Holder returned with figures of one for 50 in this game to provide the 25th occasion of a bowler conceding exact 50 runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the eighth occasion of an overseas bowler conceding exact 50 runs in an innings in the tournament.

K Rabada captured four for 24 in this game to provide the 146th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 125th occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the tournament.

It also provides the 16th occasion of a Delhi bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament.

It also provides the 14th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament against Sunrisers. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Delhi bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament against Sunrisers

K Rabada captured four for 24 in this game to provide the 71st occasion of an overseas bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 10th occasion of an overseas bowler representing capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament.

K Rabada’s four for 24 in this game represent his fourth four plus wicket haul in the tournament. He became the seventh bowler to capture four or more wickets in an innings on four or more occasions. The following table lists all the seven bowlers.

NoNoPlayerWRTeamOppositionGroundDate
11SP Narine519KolkataPunjabKolkata15.04.12
 2SP Narine415KolkataMumbaiMumbai16.05.12
 3SP Narine413KolkataDelhiKolkata03.04.13
 4SP Narine422KolkataBangaloreRanchi12.05.13
 5SP Narine420KolkataMumbaiA Dhabi16.04.14
 6SP Narine420KolkataBangaloreKolkata22.05.14
 7SP Narine419KolkataPunjabKolkata09.05.15
         
21SL Malinga422MumbaiPunjabMum-BS30.03.10
 2SL Malinga513MumbaiDelhiDelhi10.04.11
 3SL Malinga416MumbaiDeccanMumbai29.04.12
 4SL Malinga423MumbaiKolkataA Dhabi16.04.14
 5SL Malinga423MumbaiSunrisersMumbai25.04.15
 6SL Malinga423MumbaiBangaloreMumbai15.04.19
 7SL Malinga437MumbaiChennaiChennai26.04.19
         
31L Balaji524ChennaiPunjabChennai 10.05.08
 2L Balaji421ChennaiRajasthanCenturion30.04.09
 3L Balaji418KolkataBangaloreBangalore10.04.12
 4L Balaji413PunjabSunrisersSharjah22.04.14
         
41A Mishra517DelhiDeccanDelhi15.05.08
 2A Mishra409DeccanPunjabD’sala21.05.11
 3A Mishra419SunrisersPunePune17.04.13
 4A Mishra411DelhiPunjabDelhi15.04.16
         
51RA Jadeja516ChennaiDeccanVizag07.04.12
 2RA Jadeja433ChennaiRajasthanDubDSC24.04.14
 3RA Jadeja412ChennaiKolkataRanchi02.05.14
 4RA Jadeja411ChennaiRajasthanChennai10.05.15
         
61AJ Tye517GujaratRis PuneRajkot14.04.17
 2AJ Tye434PunjabRajasthanJaipur08.05.18
 3AJ Tye441PunjabKolkataIndore12.05.18
 4AJ Tye416PunjabMumbaiMumbai16.05.18
         
71K Rabada421DelhiBangaloreBangalore07.04.19
 2K Rabada422DelhiSunrisersHydRGS14.04.19
 3K Rabada424DelhiBangaloreDubDSC05.10.20
 4K Rabada424DelhiSunrisersA Dhabi08.11.20

K Rabada’s four for 24 in this game represent his fourth four plus wicket haul in the tournament. He became the fourth overseas bowler to capture four or more wickets in an innings on four or more occasions. The following table lists all the four bowlers.

NoNoPlayerWRTeamOppositionGroundDate
11SP Narine519KolkataPunjabKolkata15.04.12
 2SP Narine415KolkataMumbaiMumbai16.05.12
 3SP Narine413KolkataDelhiKolkata03.04.13
 4SP Narine422KolkataBangaloreRanchi12.05.13
 5SP Narine420KolkataMumbaiA Dhabi16.04.14
 6SP Narine420KolkataBangaloreKolkata22.05.14
 7SP Narine419KolkataPunjabKolkata09.05.15
         
21SL Malinga422MumbaiPunjabMum-BS30.03.10
 2SL Malinga513MumbaiDelhiDelhi10.04.11
 3SL Malinga416MumbaiDeccanMumbai29.04.12
 4SL Malinga423MumbaiKolkataA Dhabi16.04.14
 5SL Malinga423MumbaiSunrisersMumbai25.04.15
 6SL Malinga423MumbaiBangaloreMumbai15.04.19
 7SL Malinga437MumbaiChennaiChennai26.04.19
         
31AJ Tye517GujaratRis PuneRajkot14.04.17
 2AJ Tye434PunjabRajasthanJaipur08.05.18
 3AJ Tye441PunjabKolkataIndore12.05.18
 4AJ Tye416PunjabMumbaiMumbai16.05.18
         
41K Rabada421DelhiBangaloreBangalore07.04.19
 2K Rabada422DelhiSunrisersHydRGS14.04.19
 3K Rabada424DelhiBangaloreDubDSC05.10.20
 4K Rabada424DelhiSunrisersA Dhabi08.11.20

K Rabada’s four wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 29 wickets in the ongoing edition of the tournament. He now occupies the second place in the list of bowlers who have captured most wickets in an edition. DJ Bravo of Chennai occupies the first place with 32 wickets to his credit in the 2013 edition.

K Rabada’s four wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 29 wickets in the ongoing edition of the tournament. He now needs one more wicket for his 30 wickets. If he gets it, he would then become the second bowler in the history of the tournament to capture 30 plus wickets in an edition. DJ Bravo of Chennai is the other bowler to capture 30 plus wickets in an edition. He has captured 32 wickets in 2013 edition.

K Rabada captured four wicket haul on two occasions in this ongoing edition of the tournament. 4 for 24 against Bangalore at Dub-DSC on 05.10.20 and 4 for 24 against Sunrisers at A Dhabi on 08.11.20.  His feat of four wicket haul on two occasions provide the seventh occasion of a bowler capturing four wicket hauls on two or more occasions. The following table lists all such occasions.

NoPlayerEdnMatOversMRunsW45
1AJ Tye20181456.004482430
2K Rabada20201662.415162920
3JJ Bumrah20201456.023762720
4Imran Tahir20191764.214312620
5K Rabada20191247.003682520
6SP Narine20131664.013502220
7SP Narine20141664.004072120

K Rabada and SP Narine are the two bowlers to capture four wicket hauls on two occasion in two separate editions. K Rabada in 2019 and 2020 and SP Narine in 2013 and 2014

NoPlayerEdnMatOversMRunsW45
1K Rabada20201662.415162920
2K Rabada20191247.003682520
          
1SP Narine20131664.013502220
2SP Narine20141664.004072120

K Rabada and JJ Bumrah are the two bowlers to capture four wicket hauls on two occasions in the ongoing edition of the tournament.

NoPlayerEdnMatOversMRunsW45
1K Rabada20201662.415162920
2JJ Bumrah20201456.023762720

2019 and 2020 editions of the tournament has witnessed two bowlers capturing four wicket hauls on two occasions. K Rabada- JJ Bumrah in 2020 and  Imran Tahir-K Rabada in 2019.

NoPlayerEdnMatOversMRunsW45
1K Rabada20201662.415162920
2JJ Bumrah20201456.023762720
          
1Imran Tahir20191764.214312620
2K Rabada20191247.003682520

With Rashid Khan of Sunrisers and A Nortje of Delhi capturing 20 wickets in the ongoing edition, 2020 edition has witnessed eight bowlers capturing 20 plus wickets. The following table lists the eight bowlers.

NoPlayerMOversMRunsWTeamEdn
1K Rabada1662.4151629Delhi2020
2JJ Bumrah1456.0237627Mumbai2020
3TA Boult1453.2342722Mumbai2020
4YS Chahal1557.1040521Bangalore2020
5Rashid Khan1664.0134420Sunrisers2020
6JC Archer1455.4036520Rajasthan2020
7Mohd Shami1453.4046020Punjab2020
8A Nortje1558.2048720Delhi2020

2020 edition became the second edition in the history of the tournament to witness eight or more bowlers capturing 20 plus wickets. 2013 edition has witnessed nine bowlers capturing 20 plus wickets.

NoPlayerMOversMRunsWTeamEdn
1DJ Bravo1862.3049732Chennai  2013
2JP Faulkner1663.1242728Rajasthan  2013
3Harbhajan Singh1970.0045624Mumbai  2013
4MG Johnson1764.0045924Mumbai  2013
5R Vinay Kumar1660.1049323Bangalore 2013
6SP Narine1664.0135022Kolkata  2013
7A Mishra1762.0139421Sunrisers  2013
8MM Sharma1550.4032620Chennai  2013
9SL Malinga1765.2046820Mumbai  2013
NoPlayerMOversMRunsWTeamEdn
1K Rabada1662.4151629Delhi2020
2JJ Bumrah1456.0237627Mumbai2020
3TA Boult1453.2342722Mumbai2020
4YS Chahal1557.1040521Bangalore2020
5Rashid Khan1664.0134420Sunrisers2020
6JC Archer1455.4036520Rajasthan2020
7Mohd Shami1453.4046020Punjab2020
8A Nortje1558.2048720Delhi2020

With Rashid Khan of Sunrisers and A Nortje of Delhi capturing 20 wickets in the ongoing edition, the tournament has witnessed 50 occasions of bowlers capturing 20 plus wickets in an edition. All such occasions are listed below

NoPlayerMatOversMRunsWTeamEdition
1DJ Bravo1862.3049732Chennai  2013
2K Rabada1662.4151629Delhi2020
3SL Malinga1663.0237528Mumbai  2011
4JP Faulkner1663.1242728Rajasthan  2013
5JJ Bumrah1456.0237627Mumbai2020
6DJ Bravo1752.2042626Chennai  2015
7B Kumar1452.2036926Sunrisers  2017
8Imran Tahir1764.2143126Chennai  2019
9M Morkel1663.0145325Delhi  2012
10K Rabada1247.0036825Delhi  2019
11SP Narine1559.1132424Kolkata  2012
12Harbhajan Singh1970.0045624Mumbai  2013
13MG Johnson1764.0045924Mumbai  2013
14SL Malinga1560.0344424Mumbai  2015
15JD Unadkat1245.5332224Rising Pune  2017
16AJ Tye1456.0044824Punjab 2018
17RP Singh1659.4141723Chargers 2009
18R Vinay Kumar1660.1049323Bangalore 2013
19MM Sharma1653.5045223Chennai  2014
20YS Chahal1546.5041523Bangalore 2015
21B Kumar1766.0349023Sunrisers  2016
22Sohail Tanvir1141.1026622Rajasthan  2008
23MM Patel1554.2135822Mumbai  2011
24SL Malinga1455.3135022Mumbai  2012
25SP Narine1664.0135022Kolkata  2013
26A Nehra1662.0044922Chennai  2015
27DL Chahar1764.3248222Chennai  2019
28TA Boult1453.2342722Mumbai2020
29A Kumble1659.1134721Bangalore 2009
30PP Ojha1658.5042921Chargers 2009
31S Aravind1346.0036821Bangalore 2011
32A Mishra1762.0139421Sunrisers  2013
33SP Narine1664.0040721Kolkata  2014
34YS Chahal1349.1040121Bangalore 2016
35Rashid Khan1768.0245821Sunrisers  2018
36S Kaul1766.0054721Sunrisers  2018
37YS Chahal1557.1040521Bangalore2020
38R Ashwin1663.0138820Chennai  2011
39MM Sharma1550.4032620Chennai  2013
40SL Malinga1765.2046820Mumbai  2013
41B Kumar1453.1035420Sunrisers  2014
42MA Starc1343.0129120Bangalore 2015
43SR Watson1656.3048520Bangalore 2016
44JJ Bumrah1659.2244020Mumbai  2017
45UT Yadav1453.1141820Bangalore 2018
46S Gopal1448.0134720Rajasthan  2019
47Rashid Khan1664.0134420Sunrisers2020
48JC Archer1455.4036520Rajasthan2020
49Mohd Shami1453.4046020Punjab2020
50A Nortje1558.2048720Delhi2020

A Nortje of Delhi captured 20 wickets in the ongoing edition to become the fourth Delhi bowler to capture 20 plus wickets in an edition in the tournament. Rashid Khan’s 20 wickets in this edition provide the seventh occasion of a sunrise bowler capturing 20 plus wickets in an edition. All such occasions are listed below

NoPlayerMatOversMRunsWTeamEdition
1K Rabada1662.4151629Delhi2020
2M Morkel1663.0145325Delhi  2012
3K Rabada1247.0036825Delhi  2019
4A Nortje1558.2048720Delhi2020
         
1B Kumar1452.2036926Sunrisers  2017
2B Kumar1766.0349023Sunrisers  2016
3A Mishra1762.0139421Sunrisers  2013
4Rashid Khan1768.0245821Sunrisers  2018
5S Kaul1766.0054721Sunrisers  2018
6B Kumar1453.1035420Sunrisers   2014
7Rashid Khan1664.0134420Sunrisers2020

The following table lists nine bowlers who have captured 20 plus wickets on two or more occasions with their performance.

NoNoPlayerMatOversMRunsWTeamEdn
11SL Malinga1663.0237528Mumbai  2011
 2SL Malinga1560.0344424Mumbai  2015
 3SL Malinga1455.3135022Mumbai  2012
 4SL Malinga1765.2046820Mumbai  2013
          
21B Kumar1452.2036926Sunrisers  2017
 2B Kumar1766.0349023Sunrisers  2016
 3B Kumar1453.1035420Sunrisers  2014
          
31SP Narine1559.1132424Kolkata  2012
 2SP Narine1664.0135022Kolkata  2013
 3SP Narine1664.0040721Kolkata  2014
          
41YS Chahal1546.5041523Bangalore 2015
 2YS Chahal1349.1040121Bangalore 2016
 3YS Chahal1557.1040521Bangalore2020
          
51DJ Bravo1862.3049732Chennai  2013
 2DJ Bravo1752.2042626Chennai  2015
          
61JJ Bumrah1456.0237627Mumbai2020
 2JJ Bumrah1659.2244020Mumbai  2017
          
71K Rabada1662.4151629Delhi2020
 2K Rabada1247.0036825Delhi  2019
          
81MM Sharma1653.5045223Chennai  2014
 2MM Sharma1550.4032620Chennai  2013
          
91Rashid Khan1768.0245821Sunrisers  2018
 2Rashid Khan1664.0134420Sunrisers2020

Delhi will be the finalists for the first time in the history of the tournament. The following table lists the winners and runners of the earlier twelve editions in the tournament with result margin.

NoSeasonWinner Runners Margin Ground Date
12008Rajasthan Chennai 03 wkts Mumbai 01.06.08
22009Deccan Bangalore 06 runs Jo’burg 24.05.09
32010Chennai Mumbai 22 runs Mumbai 25.04.10
42011Chennai Bangalore 58 runs Chennai 28.05.11
52012Kolkata Chennai 05 wkts Chennai 27.05.12
62013Mumbai Chennai 23 runs Kolkata 26.05.13
72014Kolkata Punjab 03 wkts Bangalore 01.06.14
82015Mumbai Chennai 41 runs Kolkata 24.05.15
92016Sunrisers Bangalore 08 runs Bangalore 29.05.16
102017Mumbai Ris Pune 01 run HydRGS 21.05.17
112018Chennai Sunrisers 08 wkts Mumbai 27.05.18
122019Mumbai Chennai 01 run HydRGS 12.05.19

Mumbai, the other finalist, has won the tournament on four occasions and is defending champion.

NoSeasonWinner Runners Margin Ground Date
12013Mumbai Chennai 23 runs Kolkata 26.05.13
22015Mumbai Chennai 41 runs Kolkata 24.05.15
32017Mumbai Ris Pune 01 run HydRGS 21.05.17
42019Mumbai Chennai 01 run HydRGS 12.05.19

S Dhawan’s 78 in this game fetched him 603 runs in the ongoing edition of the tournament. His feat provides the 19th occasion of a batsman totaling 600 plus runs in an edition of the tournament. All such occasions are detailed below

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAveTeamEdn
1V Kohli1616497311381.08Bangalore 2016
2DA Warner1717384893*60.57Sunrisers   2016
3Williamson171737358452.50Sunrisers   2018
4CH Gayle15142733128*61.08Bangalore 2012
5MEKHussey171737339552.35Chennai   2013
6CH Gayle16164708175*59.00Bangalore 2013
7DA Warner12122692100*69.20Sunrisers   2019
8de Villiers16163687129*52.84Bangalore 2016
9RR Pant14141684128*52.61Delhi 2018
10KL Rahul14142670132*55.83Punjab 2020
11RV Uthappa1616166083*44.00Kolkata   2014
12KL Rahul1414265995*54.91Punjab 2018
13DA Warner1414364112658.27Sunrisers   2017
14V Kohli161626349945.28Bangalore 2013
15Tendulkar1515261889*47.53Mumbai2009
16SE Marsh1111261611568.44Punjab 2008
17CH Gayle1212360810767.55Bangalore 2011
18S Dhawan16163603106*46.38Delhi2020
19AT Rayudu16162602100*43.00Chennai   2018

S Dhawan’s 78 in this game fetched him 603 runs in the ongoing edition of the tournament. His feat provides the second occasion of a Delhi batsman totaling 600 plus runs in an edition of the tournament after RR Pant. RR Pant has scored 684 runs in 2018 edition. Both the occasions are detailed below

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1RR Pant14141684Delhi 2018
2S Dhawan16163603Delhi2020

S Dhawan’s 78 in this game fetched him 5182 runs in the tournament. He now occupies the fourth place in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in the tournament. DA Warner {5878}, SK Raina {5368}, V Kohli {5254} occupy the first three places. S Dhawan went past RG Sharma’s 5162 run aggregate to occupy the fourth place.

Stats highlights of Match 57 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match 57 of IPL 2020

Four Teams qualify for Play offs

The points table at the end of the league fixtures read thus

PosTeamMWLNRPTNRR
1Mumbai1495018+1.107
2Delhi1486016-0.109
3Sunrisers1477014+0.608
4Bangalore1477014-0.172
5Kolkata1477014-0.214
6Punjab1468012-0.162
7Chennai1468012-0.455
8Rajasthan1468012-0.569

Four teams Mumbai, Delhi, Sunrisers and Bangalore qualify for Play offs on the basis of points secured by them.

PosTeamMWLNRPTNRR
1Mumbai1495018+1.107
2Delhi1486016-0.109
        
3Sunrisers1477014+0.608
4Bangalore1477014-0.172

Stats highlights Match 57 First Quarter Final Delhi Vs Mumbai Dub DSC 05 Nov 20

RG Sharma was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 81st occasion of an opening batsman dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the 33rd occasion of an opening batsman batting at number two dismissed for a duck in the tournament.

RG Sharma was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 79th occasion of a captain dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the 15th occasion of a Mumbai captain dismissed for a duck in the tournament.

RG Sharma was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 13th occasion of his dismissed for a duck in the tournament. He now owns the record for most dismissals for ducks in the tournament jointly with Harbhajhan Singh and PA Patel. Later in Delhi’s innings, AM Rahane collected his 13th duck to join these three batsmen to own the dubious record for most ducks in the tournament.

RG Sharma was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the eighth occasion of his dismissed for a duck as captain in the tournament. Only G Gambhir of Kolkata has been dismissed for more ducks as captain than RG Sharma in the tournament. G Gambhir has been dismissed for ducks on ten occasions while leading Kolkata in the tournament.

RG Sharma collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 36th occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in the tournament.

RG Sharma collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 36th occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in the tournament.

RG Sharma collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a captain opening batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPosBatsmanTeamOppGroundDate
102R DravidBanRajBangalore26.04.08
202V SehwagDelKolKolkata13.05.08
301McCullumKolBanDurban29.04.09
402V SehwagDelBanBangalore07.04.12
501GilchristDecCheE London04.05.09
602GilchristDecBanNagpur12.04.10
702GambhirKolBanSharjah25.04.14
802GambhirKolCheChennai28.04.15
902V KohliBanKolKolkata23.04.17
1002RG SharmaMumiDelDub DSC05.11.20

RG Sharma’s duck in this game provides his 20th duck in T20 games. He became the second Indian batsman to score 20 ducks after PP Chawla.

AM Rahane’s duck provides his 19th duck in T20 games. He became the fifth Indian batsman to score 19 plus ducks in T20 games. Others are – PP Chawla {20}, RG Sharma {20}, Yousuf Pathan {19} and Harbhajan Singh [19}.

Mumbai posted 200 for 5 in this game to provide the 106th occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 14th occasion of Mumbai posting 200 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs in an innings in the tournament at Dub-DSC.

Mumbai posted 200 for 5 in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs in an innings in the tournament against Delhi. It also provides the fifth occasion of Mumbai posting 200 plus runs in an innings in the tournament against Delhi. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamScoreOversIOppnGroundDate
1Mumbai218/720.01v DelhiDelhi17.03.10
2Mumbai209/520.01v DelhiMumbai09.04.13
3Mumbai206/420.01v DelhiVizag15.05.16
4Mumbai212/320.01v DelhiDelhi06.05.17
5Mumbai200/520.01v DelhiDubDSC05.11.20

A Nortje returned with figures of one for 50 in this game to provide the 166th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 19th occasion of a Delhi bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Delhi bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament against Mumbai.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerW-ROppnGroundDate
1B Geeves1-50MumbaiDelhi24.05.08
2MF Maharoof2-50MumbaiDelhi17.03.10
3Imran Tahir0-59MumbaiVizag15.05.16
4PJ Cummins0-59MumbaiDelhi06.05.17
5A Nortje1-50MumbaiDubDSC05.11.20

PP Shaw and S Dhawan were dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the eighth occasion of both the openers dismissed for ducks in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayersTeamOppositionGroundDate
1P A PatelChennaiRajasthanJaipur04.05.08
 S P FlemingChennaiRajasthanJaipur04.05.08
      
2G C SmithRajasthanDeccanP Elizabeth02.05.09
 S A AsnodkarRajasthanDeccanP Elizabeth02.05.09
      
3A C GilchristDeccanChennaiE London04.05.09
 H H GibbsDeccanChennaiE London04.05.09
      
4L RonchiMumbaiDelhiE London08.05.09
 J-P DuminyMumbaiDelhiE London08.05.09
      
5G GambhirDelhiDeccanCenturion22.05.09
 D A WarnerDelhiDeccanCenturion22.05.09
      
6B B McCullumKochiPuneMumbai13.04.11
 V V S LaxmanKochiPuneMumbai13.04.11
      
7J H KallisKolkataDelhiDubai19.04.14
 G GambhirKolkataDelhiDubai19.04.14
      
8PP ShawDelhiMumbaiDub DSC05.11.20
 S DhawanDelhiMumbaiDub DSC05.11.20

PP Shaw and S Dhawan were dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the second occasion of both the Delhi openers dismissed for ducks in the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayersTeamOppositionGroundDate
1G GambhirDelhiDeccanCenturion22.05.09
 D A WarnerDelhiDeccanCenturion22.05.09
      
2PP ShawDelhiMumbaiDub DSC05.11.20
 S DhawanDelhiMumbaiDub DSC05.11.20

PP Shaw and S Dhawan were dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the 83rd occasion of an opening batsman dismissed for a duck in the tournament.

PP Shaw’s dismissal provides the 49th occasion of an opening batsman batting at number one dismissed for a duck in the tournament while S Dhawan’s dismissal provides the 34rd occasion of an opening batsman batting at number two dismissed for a duck in the tournament.

PP Shaw, S Dhawan and AM Rahane were dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the second occasion of first three batsmen dismissed for a duck in an innings in the tournament. The first such occasion was witnessed when Deccan Chargers’ first three batsman – AC Gilchirst, HH Gibbs and VVS Laxman – were dismissed without scoring against Chennai at East London on 04.05.09.

JJ Bumrah returned with figures of 4 for 14 in this game to provide the 145th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 124th occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the tournament.

JJ Bumrah returned with figures of 4 for 14 in this game to provide the 21st occasion of a Mumbai bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 13th occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the tournament against Delhi. It also provides the third occasion of a Mumbai bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the tournament against Delhi.

JJ Bumrah returned with figures of 4 for 14 in this game to provide the 30th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings conceding 14 runs and less than 14 runs in the tournament.

JJ Bumrah returned with figures of 4 for 14 in this game to provide his second four wicket haul in the tournament. The first such occasion was his 4 for 20 against Rajasthan at Abu Dhabi on 06.10.20

JJ Bumrah returned with figures of 4 for 14 in this game to provide his best bowling figures in the tournament. His previous was 4 for 20 against Rajasthan at Abu Dhabi on 06.10.20

JJ Bumrah’s four wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 27 wickets in this edition of the tournament. He became the fourth  bowler to capture 27 wickets in an edition of the tournament. Others are – DJ Bravo – 32 wickets  for Chennai in 2013, SL Malinga – 28 wickets for Mumbai in 2011  and JP Faulkner – 28 wickets for Rajasthan in 2013.

JJ Bumrah’s four wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 27 wickets in this edition of the tournament. He became the first Indian bowler to capture 27 wickets in an edition of the tournament and own the record for most wickets by an Indian bowler in an edition in the tournament

JJ Bumrah’s four wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 27 wickets in this edition of the tournament. He became the second Mumbai bowler to capture 27 wickets in an edition of the tournament after SL Malinga. SL Malinga has captured 28 wickets for Mumbai in 2011 

Mumbai won this game by 57 runs to provide the 61st occasion of a team winning a game by 50 plus runs in the tournament. It also provides the twelfth occasion of Mumbai winning a game by 50 plus runs in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerOppositionMarginGround Date
1MumbaiDelhi146 runsDelhi 06.05.17
2MumbaiKolkata102 runsKolkata 09.05.18
3MumbaiDelhi098 runsDelhi 17.03.10
4MumbaiKolkata092 runsP Elizabeth 27.04.09
5MumbaiDelhi080 runsVizag 15.05.16
6MumbaiKolkata065 runsMumbai 07.05.13
7MumbaiDeccan063 runsMum BS 03.04.10
8MumbaiChennai060 runsMumbai 05.05.13
9MumbaiBangalore058 runsMumbai 27.04.13
10MumbaiBangalore057 runsBangalore 17.04.10
11MumbaiRajasthan057 runsA Dhabi 06.10.20
12MumbaiDelhi057 runsDub DSC 05.11.20

It also provides the fourth occasion of Mumbai winning a game by 50 plus runs in the tournament against Delhi.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerOppnMarginGround Date
1MumbaiDelhi146 runsDelhi 06.05.17
2MumbaiDelhi098 runsDelhi 17.03.10
3MumbaiDelhi080 runsVizag 15.05.16
4MumbaiDelhi057 runsDubDSC 05.11.20
Stats highlights of Match 56 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match 56 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Match 56 Mumbai Vs Sunrisers at Sharjah on 03 Nov 20

Sunrisers won this game by ten wickets to provide the occasion of a team winning a game without losing a wicket in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginOppositionGroundDate
1Deccan10 wktsMumbaiMumbai27.04.08
2Delhi10 wktsPunjabCape Town19.04.09
3Bangalore10 wktsRajasthanBangalore18.03.10
4Rajasthan10 wktsMumbaiMumbai20.05.11
5Mumbai10 wktsRajasthanJaipur20.05.12
6Chennai10 wktsPunjabMohali10.04.13
7Bangalore10 wktsDelhiDelhi26.04.15
8Sunrisers10 wktsGujaratRajkot21.04.16
9Kolkata10 wktsGujaratRajkit07.04.17
10Punjab10 wktsDelhiMohali30.04.17
11Bangalore10 wktsPunjabIndore14.05.18
12Chennai10 wktsPunjabDub-DSC03.10.20
13Mumbai10 wktsChennaiSharjah24.10.20
14Sunrisers10 wktsMumbaiSharjah03.11.20

Sunrisers won this game by ten wickets to provide the second occasion of Sunrisers winning a game without losing a wicket in the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginOppositionGroundDate
1Sunrisers10 wktsGujaratRajkot21.04.16
2Sunrisers10 wktsMumbaiSharjah03.11.20

Sunrisers won this game by ten wickets to provide the third occasion of a team winning without losing a wicket in the tournament against Mumbai. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginOppositionGroundDate
1Deccan10 wktsMumbaiMumbai27.04.08
2Rajasthan10 wktsMumbaiMumbai20.05.11
3Sunrisers10 wktsMumbaiSharjah03.11.20

DA Warner {85*} and WP Saha {58*} scored fifties in this  game  to  provide the 59th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in the same innings in the tournament.

DA Warner {85*} and WP Saha {58*} scored fifties in this game  to  provide the 12TH occasion of both the openers of Sunrisers scoring fifties in the same innings in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPosBatsmanRunsOppositionVenueDate
101S Dhawan50BangaloreHyd-RGS20.05.14
 02DA Warner59BangaloreHyd-RGS20.05.14
       
201DA Warner90ChennaiRanchi22.05.14
 02S Dhawan64ChennaiRanchi22.05.14
       
301S Dhawan50*BangaloreBangalore13.04.15
 02DA Warner57BangaloreBangalore13.04.15
       
401S Dhawan54KolkataVizag22.04.15
 02DA Warner91KolkataVizag22.04.15
       
501DA Warner74*GujaratRajkot21.04.16
 02S Dhawan53*GujaratRajkot21.04.16
       
601DA Warner51PunjabMohali28.04.17
 02S Dhawan77PunjabMohali28.04.17
       
701JM Bairstow114BangaloreHyd-RGS31.03.19
 02DA Warner100*BangaloreHyd-RGS31.03.19
       
801JM Bairstow61*ChennaiHyd-RGS17.04.19
 02DA Warner50ChennaiHyd-RGS17.04.19
       
901JM Bairstow80*KolkataHyd-RGS21.04.19
 02DA Warner67KolkataHyd-RGS21.04.19
       
1001DA Warner52PunjabDub-DSC08.10.20
 02JM Bairstow97PunjabDub-DSC08.10.20
       
1101DA Warner66DelhiDub-DSC27.10.20
 02WP Saha87DelhiDub-DSC27.10.20
       
1201DA Warner85*MumbaiSharjah03.11.20
 02WP Saha58*MumbaiSharjah03.11.20

DA Warner {85*} and WP Saha {58*} scored fifties in this  game  to  provide the seventh occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in the same innings in the tournament against Mumbai

NoPosBatsmanRunsTeamVenueDate
101BB McCullum81KochiMumWS15.04.11
 02Jayawardene56KochiMumWS15.04.11
       
201Jayawardne55DelhiDelhi27.04.12
 02V Sehwag73DelhiDelhi27.04.12
       
301Jayawardene59DelhiDelhi21.04.13
 02V Sehwag95*DelhiDelhi21.04.13
       
401KL Rahul100*PunjabMumbai10.04.19
 02CH Gayle63PunjabMumbai10.04.19
       
501S Gill76KolkataKolkata28.04.19
 02CA Lynn54KolkataKolkata28.04.19
       
601D Padikkal54BangaloreDubDSC28.09.20
 02AJ Finch52BangaloreDubDSC28.09.20
       
701DA Warner85*SunrisersSharjah03.11.20
 02WP Saha58*SunrisersSharjah03.11.20

DA Warner {85*} and WP Saha {58*} scored fifties in this game to provide the fifth occasion of both the openers scoring unbeaten fifties in the same innings in the tournament.

PosBatsmanRunsTeamOppositionVenueDate
01Tendulkar58*MumbaiRajasthanJaipur20.05.12
02DR Smith87*MumbaiRajasthanJaipur20.05.12
       
01M Vijay50*ChennaiPunjabMohali09.04.13
02M Hussey66*ChennaiPunjabMohali09.04.13
       
01DA Warner74*SunrisersGujaratRajkot21.04.16
02S Dhawan53*SunrisersGujaratRajkot21.04.16
       
01SR Watson83*ChennaiPunjabDubDSC04.10.20
02du Plessis87*ChennaiPunjabDubDSC04.10.20
       
01DA Warner85*SunrisersMumbaiSharjah03.11.20
02WP Saha58*SunrisersMumbaiSharjah03.11.20

DA Warner {85*} and WP Saha {58*} scored fifties in this game to provide the 13th occasion of both the captain and wicketkeeper batsman scoring  fifties in the same innings in the tournament.

No BatsmanRunsTeamOppositionVenueDate
1+SV Samson52RajasthanPunjabSharjah20.04.14
 *SR Watson50RajasthanPunjabSharjah20.04.14
        
2+de Villiers82BangaloreSunrisersBangalore12.04.16
 *V Kolhi75BangaloreSunrisersBangalore12.04.16
        
3*V Kohli100*BangaloreGujaratRajkot24.04.16
 +KL Rahul51*BangaloreGujaratRajkot24.04.16
        
4*V Kohli52BangaloreKolkataBangalore02.05.16
 +KL Rahul52BangaloreKolkataBangalore02.05.16
        
5*G Gambhir54KolkataPunjabKolkata04.05.16
 +RV Uthappa70KolkataPunjabKolkata04.05.16
        
6*M Vijay54*PunjabMumbaiVizag13.05.16
 +WP Saha56PunjabMumbaiVizag13.05.16
        
7*G Gambhir62KolkataRis PunePuneMCA26.04.17
 +RV Uthappa87KolkataRis PunePuneMCA26.04.17
        
8*G Gambhir71KolkataDelhiKolkata29.04.17
 +RV Uthappa59KolkataDelhiKolkata29.04.17
        
9*SK Raina77GujaratDelhiDelhi04.05.17
 +KD Karthik65GujaratDelhiDelhi04.05.17
        
10*SS Iyer50DelhiRajasthanDelhi02.05.18
 +RR Pant69DelhiRajasthanDelhi02.05.18
        
11*SPD Smith69RajasthanChennaiSharjah22.09.20
 +SV Samson74RajasthanChennaiSharjah22.09.20
        
12*DA Warner66SunrisersDelhiDubDSC27.10.20
 +WP Saha87SunrisersDelhiDubDSC27.10.20
        
13*DA Warner85*SunrisersMumbaiSharjah03.11.20
 +WP Saha58*SunrisersMumbaiSharjah03.11.20

DA Warner {85*} and WP Saha {58*} scored fifties in this game to provide the fourth occasion of both the captain and wicketkeeper batsman scoring unbeaten fifties in the same innings in the tournament.

No BatsmanRunsTeamOppositionVenueDate
1*V Kohli100*BangaloreGujaratRajkot24.04.16
 +KL Rahul51*BangaloreGujaratRajkot24.04.16
        
2*V Kohli52*BangaloreKolkataBangalore02.05.16
 +KL Rahul52*BangaloreKolkataBangalore02.05.16
        
3+RB Uthappa70*KolkataPunjabKolkata04.05.16
 *G Gambhir54*KolkataPunjabKolkata04.05.16
        
4*DA Warner85*SunrisersMumbaiSharjah03.11.20
 +WP Saha58*SunrisersMumbaiSharjah03.11.20

DA Warner {85*} scored fifty in this game to provide the 262nd occasion of a captain scoring fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 34th occasion of a Sunrisers’ captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 24th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament against Mumbai.

WP Saha {58*} scored fifty in this game to provide the 193rd occasion of a wicket keeper scoring fifty in in the tournament. It also provides the tenth occasion of a Sunrisers’ wicket keeper scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 26th occasion of a wicket keeper scoring a fifty in the tournament against Mumbai.

DA Warner {85*} scored half century in this game to provide his 80th half century in T20 games. He became the second batsman in the history of T20 games to score 80 plus half centuries after CH Gayle. CH Gayle has scored 85 half centuries

DA Warner {85*} scored half century in this game to provide his 48th half century in the tournament. It also represents his 52nd fifty in the tournament.

DA Warner’s 85 not out in this game fetched him an aggregate of 529 runs in the ongoing edition.  He became the third batsman to total 500 plus runs in this edition after KL Rahul and S Dhawan. KL Rahul has an aggregate of 670 runs, while DA Warner has an aggregate of 525 runs.

DA Warner’s 529 runs in the ongoing edition provide the 54th occasion of a batsman scoring 500 plus runs in an edition in the tournament It also provides the eighth occasion of Sunrisers batsman scoring 500 plus runs in an edition in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
2Williamson17173735Sunrisers2018
3DA Warner12122692Sunrisers2019
4DA Warner14143641Sunrisers  2017
5DA Warner14141562Sunrisers  2015
6DA Warner14142529Sunrisers2020
7DA Warner14143528Sunrisers  2014
8S Dhawan17174501Sunrisers  2016

DA Warner’s 529 runs in the ongoing edition provide the sixth occasion of his scoring 500 plus runs in an edition in the tournament. He now holds the record for scoring 500 plus runs in an edition on most occasions in the tournament. He went past V Kohli who has aggregated 500 plus runs in five editions to own the record.

The following table lists the performance of these two batsmen.

NoNoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
11DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
 2DA Warner12122692Sunrisers2019
 3DA Warner14143641Sunrisers  2017
 4DA Warner14141562Sunrisers  2015
 5DA Warner14142529Sunrisers2020
 6DA Warner14143528Sunrisers  2014
  
21V Kohli16164973Bangalore 2016
 2V Kohli16162634Bangalore 2013
 3V Kohli16164557Bangalore 2011
 4V Kohli14143530Bangalore2018
 5V Kohli16165505Bangalore 2015

DA Warner’s 529 runs in the ongoing edition provide the 15th occasion of a captain scoring 500 plus runs in an edition in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore 2016
2DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
3Williamson17173735Sunrisers2018
4KL Rahul14142670Punjab2020
5RV Uthappa16161660Kolkata  2014
6KL Rahul14142659Punjab2018
7DA Warner14143641Sunrisers  2017
8V Kohli16162634Bangalore 2013
9Tendulkar15152618Mumbai  2009
10G Gambhir17171590Kolkata  2012
11DA Warner14141562Sunrisers  2015
12Tendulkar16163553Mumbai  2011
13V Kohli14143530Bangalore2018
14DA Warner14142529Sunrisers2020
15V Kohli16165505Bangalore 2015

DA Warner’s 529 runs in the ongoing edition provide the fourth occasion of his scoring 500 plus runs in an edition in the tournament as captain. He became the second captain in the history of the tournament to score 500 plus runs in an edition on four occasions after V Kohli. The following table lists the performance of these two captains.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
2DA Warner14143641Sunrisers  2017
3DA Warner14141562Sunrisers  2015
4DA Warner14142529Sunrisers2020
        
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore 2016
2V Kohli16162634Bangalore 2013
3V Kohli14143530Bangalore2018
4V Kohli16165505Bangalore 2015

DA Warner-WP Saha added 151 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket in this game to provide the 215th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament. It also provides the 74th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in the tournament. It also provides the 26th occasion of Sunrisers batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament

It also provides the 26th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament against Mumbai. It also provides the second occasion of Sunrisers batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament against Mumbai

DA Warner-WP Saha added 151 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket in this game to provide the 26th occasion of batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnerships in the tournament.

Sandeep Sharma captured three for 34 in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 151 wickets in T20 games.

Stats highlights of Match No 54 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 54 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Match 54 Rajasthan Vs Kolkata at Dub DSC on 01 Nov 20

Kolkata posted a team total of 191 for 7 in this game to provide its highest team total against Rajasthan in the tournament. It’s previous best was 190 for 9 at Mum-BS on 16.05.15.

Kolkata posted a team total of 191 for 7 in this game to provide its highest team total while batting first against Rajasthan in the tournament. It’s previous best while batting first was 175 for 6 at Kolkata on 25.04.19

N Rana of Kolkata collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 80th occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament. It also provides the 32nd occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament.

KD Karthik of Kolkata collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of a wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament. It also provides the third occasion of a Kolkata wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament.

KD Karthik of Kolkata was dismissed for duck in this game to provide the 66th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Kolkata wicket keeper batsman dismissed for a duck in the tournament.

EJG Morgan scored 68 not out in this game to provide the 261st occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the 42nd occasion of a Kolkata captain scoring a fifty in the tournament.

EJG Morgan scored 68 not out and KD Karthik scored zero in this game to provide the ninth occasion of a captain scoring a fifty and a wicket keeper scoring zero in the tournament. All such occasions are detailed below

No BatsmanRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1CTendulkar89*MumRajJaipur11.04.10
 WKAT Rayudu00MumRajJaipur11.04.10
        
2CRG Sharma50MumCheMumbai17.04.15
 WKPA Patel00MumCheMumbai17.04.15
        
3CRG Sharma50MumCheKolkata24.05.15
 WKPA Patel00MumCheKolkata24.05.15
        
4CRG Sharma56*MumBanMumbai01.05.17
 WKPA Patel00MumBanMumbai01.05.17
        
5CSS Iyer93*DelKolDelhi27.04.18
 WKRR Pant00DelKolDelhi27.04.18
        
6CSPD Smith50RajDelJaipur22.04.19
 WKSV Samson00RajDelJaipur22.04.19
        
7CRG Sharma70MumPunA Dhabi01.10.20
 WKQ de Kock00MumPunA Dhabi01.10.20
        
8CV Kohli90*BanCheDubDSC10.10.20
 WKde Villiers00BanCheDubDSC10.10.20
        
9CEJG Morgan68*KolRajDubDSC01.11.20
 WKKD Karthik00KolRajDubDSC01.11.20

KD Karthik pouched four catches in this game to provide the 19th occasion of a wicket keeper effecting four or more dismissals in an innings in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerDisITeamOppositionGroundDate
1Sangakkara52DeccanBangaloreHyd-RGS14.04.11
2Takawale41MumbaiRajasthanMumbai07.05.08
3MN van Wyk42KolkataBangaloreDurban29.04.09
4KD Karthik42DelhiRajasthanB’fontien17.05.09
5RV Uthappa42PuneMumbaiMumbai06.04.12
6AC Gilchrist41PunjabChennaiDharamsala17.05.12
7McCullum42KolkataDelhiPune-MCA22.05.12
8MS Dhoni41ChennaiBangaloreChennai13.04.13
9PA Patel42MumbaiGujaratMumbai16.04.16
10NV Ojha42SunrisersMumbaiVizag08.05.16
11WP Saha42PunjabRis PuneVizag21.05.16
12WP Saha41PunjabSunriseresHyd-RGS17.04.17
14KD Karthik41KolkataRajastanKolkata15.05.18
15H Klassen42RajasthanBangaloreJaipur19.05.18
16Q de Kock42MumbaiChennaiMumbai03.04.19
17SV Samson42RajasthanChennaiSharjah22.09.20
18MS Dhoni41ChennaiKolkataA Dhabi07.10.20
19KD Karthik42KolkataRajastanDub-DSC01.11.20

KD Karthik pouched four catches in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a Kolkata wicket keeper effecting four or more dismissals in an innings in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerDisITeamOppositionGroundDate
1MN van Wyk42KolkataBangaloreDurban29.04.09
2McCullum42KolkataDelhiPune-MCA22.05.12
3KD Karthik41KolkataRajastanKolkata15.05.18
4KD Karthik42KolkataRajastanDub-DSC01.11.20

KD Karthik pouched four catches in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a wicket keeper effecting four or more dismissals in an innings in the tournament against Rajasthan. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerDisITeamOppositionGroundDate
1KD Karthik41KolkataRajastanKolkata15.05.18
2KD Karthik42KolkataRajasthanDub-DSC01.11.20
3Takawale41MumbaiRajasthanMumbai07.05.08
4KD Karthik42DelhiRajasthanB’fontien17.05.09

KD Karthik pouched four catches in this game. He became the third wicket keeper in the tournament to effect four dismissals on two or more occasion. Others are MS Dhoni and WP Saha. The following table details the performance of these three glovemen

NoPlayerDisITeamOppositionGroundDate
1KD Karthik42DelhiRajasthanB’fontien17.05.09
2KD Karthik41KolkataRajasthanKolkata15.05.18
3KD Karthik42KolkataRajasthanDub-DSC01.11.20
        
1MS Dhoni41ChennaiBangaloreChennai13.04.13
2MS Dhoni41ChennaiKolkataA Dhabi07.10.20
        
1WP Saha42PunjabRis PuneVizag21.05.16
2WP Saha41PunjabSunriseresHyd-RGS17.04.17

KD Karthik owns the record for effecting four dismissals on three occasions in the tournament. Incidentally all his three such efforts have come against Rajasthan – once representing Delhi and on two occasions representing Kolkata.

KD Karthik pouched four catches in this game. He became the third wicket keeper in the tournament to effect four dismissals on two occasions representing the same team. Others are MS Dhoni representing Chennai and WP Saha representing Punjab. The following table details the performance of these three glovemen

NoPlayerDisITeamOppositionGroundDate
1KD Karthik41KolkataRajasthanKolkata15.05.18
2KD Karthik42KolkataRajasthanDub-DSC01.11.20
        
1MS Dhoni41ChennaiBangaloreChennai13.04.13
2MS Dhoni41ChennaiKolkataA Dhabi07.10.20
        
1WP Saha42PunjabRis PuneVizag21.05.16
2WP Saha41PunjabSunriseresHyd-RGS17.04.17

JC Archer’s lone wicket in this game fetched him 20 wickets in this edition of the tournament. He became the sixth bowler in this edition to capture 20 plus wickets. The following table lists all these six bowlers.

NoPlayerMatInnsOversMRunsWTeam
1JJ Bumrah131352.0136223Mumbai
2K Rabada131350.4141523Delhi
3YS Chahal131349.1035220Bangalore
4JC Archer141455.4036520Rajasthan
5TA Boult131351.2241820Mumbai
6Mohd Shami141453.4046020Punjab

JC Archer’s feat of 20 wickets in this edition provides the 48th occasion of a bowler capturing 20 plus wickets in an edition in the tournament. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Rajasthan bowler capturing 20 plus wickets in an edition. All the four such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerMatOversMRunsWEdn
1JP Faulkner1663.12427282013
2Sohail Tanvir1141.10266222008
3S Gopal1448.01347202019
4JC Archer1455.40365202020

PJ Cummins returned with figures of 4 for 34 in this game to provide the 144th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 123rd occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 20th occasion of a Kolkata bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament.

PJ Cummins returned with figures of 4 for 34 in this game to provide the 69th occasion of an overseas bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 13th occasion of an overseas bowler from Kolkata capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament.

PJ Cummins returned with figures of 4 for 34 in this game to provide the 16th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament against Rajasthan. It also provides the second occasion of a Kolkata bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament against Rajasthan after Kuldeep Yadav. Kuldeep Yadav had returned with figures of 4 for 20 at Kolkata on 15.05.18

Kolkata won this game by 60 runs to provide the 60th occasion of a team winning a game by 50 plus runs margin. It also provides the fifth occasion of Kolkata winning a game by 50 plus runs margin.

NoWinnerOppositionMarginGround Date
1KolkataBangalore140 runsBangalore 18.04.08
2KolkataBangalore082 runsKolkata 23.04.17
3KolkataDelhi079 runsKolkata 16.04.18
4KolkataRajasthan060 runsDub-DSC 01.11.20
5KolkataDelhi059 runsA Dhabi 24.10.20
Stats highlights of Match No 53 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 53 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Match 53 Chennai Vs Punjab Sharjah 01 Nov 20

Chennai won this game by nine wickets to provide the 35th occasion of a team winning the game by exact nine wickets in the tournament. It also provides the fifth occasion of Chennai winning the game by exact nine wickets. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeam 1Team 2MarginGround Date
1ChennaiKolkata09 wicketsChennai 26.04.08
2ChennaiPunjab09 wicketsMumbai 31.05.08
3ChennaiKolkata09 wicketsChennai 13.04.10
4ChennaiDelhi09 wicketsChennai 12.05.12
5ChennaiPunjab09 wicketsSharjah 01.11.20

KL Rahul’s run aggregate at the end of this game read 670. He became the tenth batsman to score 670 plus runs in an edition in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerMatINORunsTeamEdn
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore 2016
2DA Warner17173848Sunrisers 2016
3Williamson17173735Sunrisers 2018
4CH Gayle15142733Bangalore2012
5MEK Hussey17173733Chennai  2013
6CH Gayle16164708Bangalore 2013
7DA Warner12122692Sunrisers  2019
8de Villiers16163687Bangalore 2016
9RR Pant14141684Delhi 2018
10KL Rahul14142670Punjab 2020

KL Rahul’s run aggregate at the end of this game read 670. He became the fourth captain to score 670 plus runs in an edition in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerMatINORunsTeamEdn
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore 2016
2DA Warner17173848Sunrisers 2016
3Williamson17173735Sunrisers 2018
4KL Rahul14142670Punjab 2020

KL Rahul’s run aggregate as wicket keeper batsman in the tournament read 2038 at the end of this game. He became the fifth wicket keeper batsman in the tournament to aggregate 2000 plus runs. Others are – MS Dhoni {4484}, KD Karthik {3544}, RV Uthappa {3012} and PA Patel {2651}

F du Plessis scored 48 in this game which fetched him an aggregate of  449 runs in the ongoing edition of the tournament. KL Rahul {670} and S Dhawan {471} are the other two batsmen who have scored more than F du Plessis in the tournament.

MS Dhoni took a catch in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 16 dismissals in the ongoing edition of the tournament. Q de Kock with 18 dismissals is the other wicket keeper to effect more dismissals than MS Dhoni in this edition of the tournament

MS Dhoni took a catch in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 15 catches in the ongoing edition of the tournament. MS Dhoni owns the record for most catches in this edition. Q de Kock has pouched 15 catches in this edition.

MS Dhoni took a catch in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 148 dismissals in the tournament. It also fetched him an aggregate of 109 catches in the tournament. KD Karthik {110} has taken more catches in the tournament than MS Dhoni.

RJ Ruturaj scored 62 not out in this game, his third consecutive fifty in the ongoing edition of the tournament. Prior to this, he had scored 65 not out against Bangalore at Dub-DSC on 25.10.20 and 75 against Kolkata at Dub-DSC on 29.10.20

F du Plessis scored four boundary fours in this game which fetched him 503 boundary fours in T20 games. He became the 49th batsman in the history of T20 games to score 500 plus boundary fours. The following table details all the 49 batsmen who have scored 509 plus boundary fours.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHS4s
1CH Gayle4114034813584175*1041
2DA Warner295294379720135*945
3BB McCullum370364339922158*924
4AJ Finch298293329275172896
5S Dhawan272269297765106*883
6LJ Wright325302277998153*839
7V Kohli294279549331113829
8AD Hales269266197351116*807
9Shoaib Malik4013741031014595*795
10SR Watson343335348821124*786
11RG Sharma337324478902118785
12SK Raina319303468392126*760
13DR Smith337327277870110*759
14G Gambhir25124524640293747
15KC Sangakkara26726023693794740
16AB de Villiers323304639020133*724
17BJ Hodge277261607406106709
18Kamran Akmal265248196214150*707
19Ahmed Shehzad219217125979113*691
20PR Stirling228227115746109689
21RV Uthappa26826023670092674
22Mohd Hafeez299283306487102*667
23KA Pollard52546613610425104667
24JM Vince225218225833107*653
25LMP Simmons260256277010100*637
26M Jayawardene222214275479116634
27TM Dilshan221217255193104*633
28MJ Guptill253245237308120*633
29Q de Kock197191155928126*620
30JJ Roy215210105556122*607
31MJ Lumb221219124972124*597
32SE Marsh185182246124115590
33Tamim Iqbal206205195766141*588
34CA Ingram265259386658127*583
35KD Karthik30226951587797*576
36CS Delport246238145779129574
37DJ Malan210205335679117568
38RE Levi215206135422117*564
39RS Bopara368335737235105*557
40PA Patel20420012430082554
41Babar Azam157152285431114*551
42M Klinger206198255960126*550
43C Munro270254316515109*550
44JL Denly213206185238127549
45JC Buttler26724544623195*541
46AM Rahane201193205039105*525
47EJG Morgan30429042684191524
48MH Wessels226213275384110520
49F du Plessis232216245707119503

KL Rahul was performing three duties in this game. He was leading Punjab, kept wickets for Punjab and opened the innings. It was his eleventh game in which he was performing three duties. He is one of the 13 cricketers who have performed three duties in one game in the history of T20 games. The following table details all these 13 cricketers.

NoPlayerSpanMat
1AC Gilchrist2007-201383
2MN van Wyk2005-201670
3PA Patel2009-201944
4Kamran Akmal2013-201827
5TD Paine2010-201725
6NV Ojha2015-201918
7Q de Kock2019-202017
8MS Wade2018-201915
9P Mustard2010-201013
10Ishan Kishan2019-201912
11KH Devdhar2019-201911
12KL Rahul2020-202011
13LD Chandimal2008-201810

KL Rahul was performing three duties in this game. He was leading Punjab, kept wickets for Punjab and opened the innings. It was his eleventh game in which he was performing three duties. Other cricketers to perform three duties in one game in the Indian Premier League are – AC Gilchrist {Deccan and Punjab}, BB McCullum {Kolkata}, PA Patel {Kochi} and KC Sangakkara {Deccan and Punjab},  

Stats highlights of Match 52 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match 52 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Match 52 Bangalore Vs Sunrisers Sharjah 31 Oct 20

YS Chahal returned with two for 19 in this game which fetched him 120 wickets in the tournament. He became the ninth bowler to capture 120 plus wickets in the tournament. The following table details all these nine bowlers.

NoPlayerMatInnsOversMRunsWkts
1Malinga122122471.183366170
2A Mishra150150526.563867160
3PP Chawla164163541.424263156
4DJ Bravo140137451.523798153
5Harbhajan160157562.263967150
6B Kumar121121449.383253136
7R Ashwin150147523.243592134
8SP Narine119118460.133110127
9YS Chahal097096347.032670120

V Kohli was playing his 190th game in the tournament. He became the fifth cricketer to appear in 190 plus games in the tournament. Others are – MS Dhoni {203}, RG Sharma {197}, KD Karthik {195} and SK Raina {193}

DA Warner was appearing in his 295th T20 game, while V Kohli was appearing in his 294th T20 game.

V Kohli was captaining a team for the 160th occasion in T20 games when he led Bangalore in this game. Only three other captains – MS Dhoni {283}, DJG Sammy {208} and G Gambhir {170} – have led their teams more than V Kohli in T20 games.

AB de Villiers completed 9000 runs in T20 games when he was on 4 during the course of his knock of 24 in this game. His run aggregate at the end of this game read 9020. He became the eighth batsman in the history of T20 games to aggregate 9000 plus runs

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1CH Gayle41040204813572175*38.33
2KA Pollard5254661361042510431.59
3Shoaib Malik40137410310145095*37.43
4BB McCullum37036403309922158*29.97
5DA Warner29529403709720135*37.82
6V Kohli2942790540933111341.47
7AJ Finch2982930320927517235.53
8de Villiers32330406309020133*37.42

AB de Villiers became the first South African batsman to join the elite list of eight member club who have aggregated 9000 plus runs in T20 games which comprises of two batsmen from West Indies, two batsmen from Australia, and one batsman each from Pakistan, New Zealand and India.

NoPlayerTeamMatNORunsHSAve
1DA WarnerAus29503709720135*37.82
2AJ FinchAus2980320927517235.53
        
1V KohliInd2940540933111341.47
        
1BB McCullumNZl37003309922158*29.97
        
1Shoaib MalikPak40110310145095*37.43
        
1de VilliersRSA32306309020133*37.42
        
1CH GayleWin41004813572175*38.33
2KA PollardWin5251361042510431.59

DA Warner and MK Pandey pouched a catch each in this game which fetched them an aggregate of 64 and 69 catches in the tournament. It also fetched them 142 and 122 catches in T20 games.

KS Williamson was appearing in his 50th game for Sunrisers. He became the sixth cricketer to appear in 50 plus games for Sunrisers. The following table details the performance of these six cricketers.

NoPlayerMatRunsCWkts5CtSt
1B Kumar90009001121230
2S Dhawan8525180380
3DA Warner843715200420
4Rashid Khan5901280730180
5NV Ojha5605840362
6Williamson501502000210

KS Williamson was appearing in his 50th game for Sunrisers. He became the third overseas cricketer to appear in 50 plus games for Sunrisers. The following table details the performance of these three cricketers.

NoPlayerMatRunsCWkts5CtSt
1DA Warner843715200420
2Rashid Khan5901280730180
3Williamson501502000210

KS Williamson’s run aggregate representing Sunrisers in the tournament read 1502 at the end of this game. He became the third Sunrisers cricketer to total 1500 plus runs. Others are – DA Warner {3715} and DA Warner {2518}

MK Pandey completed 1000 runs representing Sunrisers in the tournament. He reached the milestone when he was on 26 during his knock of 28 in this game. He became the fourth Sunrisers’  batsman to total 1000 plus runs in the tournament. Others are – DA Warner [3715}, S Dhawan [2518} and KS Williamson {1502}.

MK Pandey became the tenth batsman in the tournament to aggregate 1000 plus runs for two teams. He has scored 1270 runs for Kolkata and 1008 runs for Sunrisers. The following table details the performance of these ten batsmen who have scored 1000 plus runs for two teams.

NoNoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORuns
11YK PathanKolkata10691311893
 2YK PathanRajasthan434241011
        
21RV UthappaKolkata868442439
 2RV UthappaPune464541103
        
31RG SharmaDeccan454461170
 2RG SharmaMumbai152148223988
        
41JH KallisKolkata565451295
 2JH KallisBangalore424261132
        
51G GambhirDelhi464441182
 2G GambhirKolkata108108123035
        
61DA WarnerDelhi555551435
 2DA WarnerSunrisers8484133715
        
71S DhawanSunrisers8585122518
 2S DhawanDelhi4343091332
        
81AT RayuduMumbai114107182416
 2AT RayuduChennai4443081213
        
91SR WatsonRajasthan7876112372
 2SR WatsonChennai434321252
        
101MK PandeyKolkata5552121270
 2MK PandeySunrisers403771008
        
Stats highlights of Match No 51 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 51 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Match 51 Delhi Vs Mumbai Dub DSC 31 Oct 20

Mumbai won this game by nine wickets to provide the 34th occasion of a team winning a game by exact nine wickets in the tournament. It also provides the fourth occasion of Mumbai winning a game by exact nine wickets in the tournament.

Delhi posted a total of 110 for 9 in this game to provide its lowest total losing nine wickets in an innings in the tournament. Its previous lowest total losing nine wickets in an innings was 120 against Punjab at Bloemfontein on 15.05.09. The following table details the twelve occasions of Delhi’s team totals losing nine wickets in an innings.

NoScoreOversIOppositionGroundDate
1110/920.01MumbaiDub-DSC31.10.20
2120/920.01PunjabB’fontein15.05.09
3128/920.02MumbaiDelhi18.04.19
4131/920.02KolkataDelhi28.04.11
5134/920.02PunePune19.05.13
6135/920.02ChennaiChennai14.05.13
7135/920.02KolkataA Dhabi24.10.20
8139/920.02RajasthanAh’bad15.05.14
9139/820.02PunjabDelhi23.04.18
10142/920.02BangaloreBengaluru08.04.17

Delhi posted a total of 110 for 9 in this game to provide its lowest total losing nine wickets in an innings while batting first in the tournament. Its previous lowest total losing nine wickets in an innings while batting first was 120 against Punjab at Bloemfontein on 15.05.09. Both these occasions are tabulated below

NoScoreOversIOppositionGroundDate
1110/920.01MumbaiDub-DSC31.10.20
2120/920.01PunjabB’fontein15.05.09

S Dhawan was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide his ninth duck in the tournament. It also represents his eleventh duck in T20 games. 

RR Pant completed 2000 runs in the tournament when he was on 11  during the course of his knock of 21 in this game. His run aggregate read 2010 at the end of this game. He became the 36th batsman in the tournament to aggregate 2000 plus runs. The following table details these batsmen

NoPlayer MatInnsNORunsHSAve
1V KohliI18918230584311338.44
2SK RainaI193189285368100*33.34
3RG SharmaI197192285158109*31.45
4DA WarnerO13813818514212642.85
5S DhawanI172171245050106*34.35
6CH GayleO131130154760175*41.39
7AB de VilliersO166154364758133*40.32
8MS DhoniI20318269463284*40.99
9RV UthappaI1881811746018728.05
10G GambhirI1541521642179331.00
11SR WatsonO145141163874117*30.99
12AM RahaneI145137163871105*31.99
13KD KarthikI19517630382397*26.18
14AT RayuduI158150263629100*29.26
15YK PathanI17415444320410029.12
16MK PandeyI142132253197114*29.87
17KA PollardO1611444629738330.33
18BB McCullumO10910952880158*27.69
19PA PatelI1391371128488122.60
20Yuvraj SinghI1321261527508324.77
21V SehwagI1041045272812227.55
22M VijayI1061065261912725.93
23KL RahulI8071132618132*45.13
24SV SamsonI106102102583102*28.07
25SE MarshI71697247711539.95
26JH KallisO989611242789*28.55
27DR SmithO91895238587*28.39
28SR TendulkarI7878112334100*34.83
29SPD SmithO948520232910135.83
30F du PlessisO8376722549632.66
31R DravidI89825217475*28.23
32RA JadejaI1831395421595025.40
33SS IyerI7575820959631.26
34AC GilchristO808042069109*27.22
35JP DuminyO837726202978*39.78
36RR PantI646472010128*35.26

RR Pant completed 2000 runs in the tournament when he was on 11 during the course of his knock of 21 in this game. His run aggregate read 2010 at the end of this game. He became the 24th batsman in the tournament to aggregate 2000 plus runs. The following table details these batsmen

NoPlayerIMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1V KohliI19018230584311338.44
2SK RainaI193189285368100*33.34
3RG SharmaI197192285158109*31.45
4S DhawanI172171245050106*34.35
5MS DhoniI20318269463284*40.99
6RV UthappaI1881811746018728.05
7G GambhirI1541521642179331.00
8AM RahaneI145137163871105*31.99
9KD KarthikI19517630382397*26.18
10AT RayuduI158150263629100*29.26
11YK PathanI17415444320410029.12
12MK PandeyI142132253197114*29.87
13PA PatelI1391371128488122.60
14Yuvraj SinghI1321261527508324.77
15V SehwagI1041045272812227.55
16M VijayI1061065261912725.93
17KL RahulI8071132618132*45.13
18SV SamsonI106102102583102*28.07
19SE MarshI71697247711539.95
20SR TendulkarI7878112334100*34.83
21R DravidI89825217475*28.23
22RA JadejaI1831395421595025.40
23SS IyerI7575820959631.26
24RR PantI646472010128*35.26

This game was special game for Mumbai. It was the 200th game for Mumbai. Mumbai became the first team to play 200 games in the tournament. It has won 118 games and lost 82 games. Games won and lost include tied games won or lost on bowl out/super over.

Stats highlights of Match No 50 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match No 50 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights Match 50 Punjab Vs Rajasthan Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 20

Mandeep Singh collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 79th occasion of opening batsman collecting the first ball duck in the tournament. It also provides the 31st occasion of an opening batsman batting at number two collecting the first ball duck in the tournament.

KL Rahul’s run aggregate read 641 at the end of this game in the ongoing edition of the tournament. His feat provides the 18th occasion of a batsman to totaling 600 plus runs in an edition. The following table details all such occasions.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore 2016
2DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
3KS Williamson17173735Sunrisers2018
4CH Gayle15142733Bangalore 2012
5MEK Hussey17173733Chennai  2013
6CH Gayle16164708Bangalore 2013
7DA Warner12122692Sunrisers2019
8AB de Villiers16163687Bangalore 2016
9RR Pant14141684Delhi2018
10RV Uthappa16161660Kolkata  2014
11KL Rahul14142659Punjab2018
12DA Warner14143641Sunrisers  2017
13KL Rahul13132641Punjab2020
14V Kohli16162634Bangalore 2013
15SR Tendulkar15152618Mumbai  2009
16SE Marsh11112616Punjab 2008
17CH Gayle12123608Bangalore 2011
18AT Rayudu16162602Chennai2018

KL Rahul’s 641 in the ongoing edition provide the second occasion of his compiling 600 plus runs in an edition. Prior to this he had aggregated 659 runs in 2018 edition. He became the third batsman to score 600 plus runs in two or more editions in the tournament.

NoNoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
11CH Gayle15142733Bangalore 2012
 2CH Gayle16164708Bangalore 2013
 3CH Gayle12123608Bangalore 2011
 
21DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
 2DA Warner12122692Sunrisers2019
 3DA Warner14143641Sunrisers  2017
 
31KL Rahul14142659Punjab2018
 2KL Rahul13132641Punjab2020

KL Rahul’s 641 in the ongoing edition provide the second occasion of his compiling 600 plus runs in an edition. Prior to this he had aggregated 659 runs in 2018 edition. He became the first Indian batsman to score 600 plus runs in two editions in the tournament.

NoNoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
11KL Rahul14142659Punjab2018
 2KL Rahul13132641Punjab2020

KL Rahul’s 641 runs in this series provide the fourth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring 600 plus runs in an edition in the tournament. Others are – RR Pant of Delhi {684} in 2018 RV Uthapppa of Kolkata {660} in 2014 and KL Rahul of Punjab {659} in 2018.

KL Rahul’s 641 runs in this series provide the second occasion of his scoring 600 plus runs as wicket keeper batsman in an edition in the tournament. Prior to this he had scored 659 in 2018 representing Punjab. Thus KL Rahul earned the distinction of becoming the only wicket keeper batsman to score 600 plus runs in two editions in the tournament.

KL Rahul’s 641 runs in this series provide the seventh occasion of a captain scoring 600 plus runs in an edition in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below. KL Rahul became fifth captain to achieve the feat in the tournament.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsTeamEdn
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore2016
2DA Warner17173848Sunrisers2016
3Williamson17173735Sunrisers2018
4DA Warner14143641Sunrisers2017
5KL Rahul13132641Punjab2020
6V Kohli16162634Bangalore2013
7Tendulkar15152618Mumbai2009

KL Rahul-CH Gayle added 120 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 214th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament. It also provides the 69th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in the tournament. It also provides the 29th occasion of Punjab batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament.

It also provides the 24th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for in the tournament against Rajasthan. It also provides the fifth occasion of Punjab batsmen posting a three figure partnership for in the tournament against Rajasthan.

CH Gayle scored six boundary fours and eight boundary sixes in this game during his knock of 99 which fetched him an aggregate of 1041 boundary fours and 1001 boundary sixes in T20 games. He earned the distinction of becoming the only batsman in the history of T20 games to score 1000 boundary fours and 1000 boundary sixes.

CH Gayle scored eight boundary sixes in this game during his knock of 99 which fetched him an aggregate 1001 boundary sixes in T20 games. He earned the distinction of becoming the only batsman in the history of T20 games to score 1000 boundary sixes. Prior to the start of this game he had an aggregate of 993 boundary sixes. His seventh boundary six of his innings – of the bowling of Karthik Tyagi {18.5 overs} – fetched him 1000 boundary sixes.

CH Gayle scored eight boundary sixes in this game during his knock of 99 which fetched him an aggregate 349 boundary sixes in the tournament. He needs one more boundary six for his 350 boundary sixes. If he scores them, he would become the only batsman in the history of the tournament to score 350 boundary sixes.

CH Gayle has scored 383 boundary fours and 349 boundary sixes in the tournament. He needs one more boundary six for his 350 boundary sixes. If he scores them, he would become the only batsman in the history of the tournament to score 350 boundary sixes coupled with 350 plus boundary fours.

CH Gayle scored 99 in this game which represents his 107th fifty and 85th half century in T20 games. It also represents his 37th fifty and 31st half century in the tournament.

CH Gayle’s 99 in this game provide the 65th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament. It also provides the 13th occasion of a Punjab batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament. It also provides the 30th occasion of an overseas batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament.

CH Gayle’s 99 in this game was his fourth score of ninety plus runs in the tournament. He became the second batsman in the history of the tournament to score four or more nineties in the tournament after DA Warner. DA Warner has scored five nineties. The following table details the nineties scored by these two batsmen.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppositionGroundDate
1CH Gayle92*BangaloreMumbaiBangahlore04.04.13
2CH Gayle96BangaloreKolkataKolkata11.04.15
3CH Gayle99*PunjabBangaloreMohali13.04.19
4CH Gayle99PunjabRajasthanA Dhabi30.10.20
       
1DA Warner90SunrisersChennaiRanchi22.05.14
2DA Warner91SunrisersKolkataVizag22.04.15
3DA Warner90*SunrisersMumbaiHyd-RGS18.04.16
4DA Warner92SunrisersBangaloreHyd-RGS30.04.16
5DA Warner93*SunrisersGujaratDelhi27.05.16

CH Gayle’s 99 in this game provide the sixth occasion of a batsman scoring ninety-nine in an innings in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppositionGroundDate
1SK Raina99*ChennaiSunrisersHyd-RGS08.05.13
2CH Gayle99*PunjabBangaloreMohali13.04.19
3V Kohli99BangaloreDelhiDelhi10.05.13
4PP Shaw99DelhiKolkataDelhi30.03.19
5I Kishan99MumbaiBangaloreDub-DSC28.09.20
6CH Gayle99PunjabRajasthanA Dhabi30.10.20

CH Gayle’s 99 in this game provide the fourth occasion of a batsman dismissed for a score of ninety-nine in an innings in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppositionGroundDate
1V Kohli99BangaloreDelhiDelhi10.05.13
2PP Shaw99DelhiKolkataDelhi30.03.19
3I Kishan99MumbaiBangaloreDub-DSC28.09.20
4CH Gayle99PunjabRajasthanA Dhabi30.10.20

CH Gayle is the only batsman in the tournament to score 99 on two occasions.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppositionGroundDate
1CH Gayle99*PunjabBangaloreMohali13.04.19
2CH Gayle99PunjabRajasthanA Dhabi30.10.20

CH Gayle’s 99 in this game provide the second occasion of a batsman scoring ninety-nine in an innings in this edition of the tournament. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppositionGroundDate
1I Kishan99MumbaiBangaloreDub-DSC28.09.20
2CH Gayle99PunjabRajasthanA Dhabi30.10.20

2020 edition became the third edition in the tournament to witness two batsman scoring ninety nines. 2013 and 2019 are the other two editions.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppositionGroundDate
1SK Raina99*ChennaiSunrisersHyd-RGS08.05.13
2V Kohli99BangaloreDelhiDelhi10.05.13
       
1PP Shaw99DelhiKolkataDelhi30.03.19
2CH Gayle99*PunjabBangaloreMohali13.04.19
       
1I Kishan99MumbaiBangaloreDub-DSC28.09.20
2CH Gayle99PunjabRajasthanA Dhabi30.10.20

CH Gayle’s 99 in this game provide his 37th fifty in the tournament. He became the seventh batsman in the history of the tournament to score 37 plus fifties. Others are DA Warner {51}, V Kohli {44}, S Dhawan {41}, AB de Villiers {40}, SK Raina {39} and RG Sharma {39}.

CH Gayle’s run aggregate read 4760 at the end of this game in the tournament. He now occupies the sixth place in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in the tournament.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1V Kohli18918130583611338.64
2SK Raina193189285368100*33.34
3RG Sharma197192285158109*31.45
4DA Warner13813818514212642.85
5S Dhawan171170245050106*34.58
6CH Gayle131130154760175*41.39

SV Samson was dismissed run out for 48 in this game to provide the 68th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in the tournament. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Rajasthan wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in the tournament.

The following is the performance of both these teams at the end of this game.

TeamMatWonLostTTWTLNR
Punjab189851000310
Rajasthan160790760212

Punjab and Rajasthan have met each other on 21 occasions in the tournament.  Punjab has won nine games and lost 12 games. Games won include the tied game won on bowl out/Super over

Stats highlights of Match 49 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match 49 of IPL 2020

Chennai won this game by six wickets on the last ball of the match to provide the 28th occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBROppositionGroundDate
1Chennai4 wkts0DelhiDelhi08.05.08
2Rajasthan5 wkts0MumbaiJaipur26.05.08
3Rajasthan3 wkts0ChennaiMumbai01.06.08
4Punjab6 wkts0KolkataP Elizabeth03.05.09
5Deccan6 wkts0KolkataJohannesburg16.05.09
6Kolkata7 wkts0ChennaiCenturion18.05.09
7Mumbai7 wkts0PuneMumbai20.04.11
8Mumbai5 wkts0KolkataKolkata22.05.11
9Mumbai5 wkts0DeccanVizag09.04.12
10Chennai5 wkts0BangaloreChennai12.04.12
11Bangalore6 wkts0PuneBangalore17.04.12
12Chennai7 wkts0RajasthanChennai21.04.12
13Mumbai2 wkts0ChennaiMumbai06.05.12
14Punjab4 wkts0DeccanMohali13.05.12
15Chennai5 wkts0KolkataKolkata14.05.12
16Rajasthan3 wkts0DelhiDelhi12.04.15
17Rajasthan6 wkts0SunrisersVizag16.04.15
18Gujarat3 wkts0MumbaiMumbai16.04.16
19Gujarat3 wkts0Ris PunePune-MCA29.04.16
20Delhi6 wkts0SunrisersRaipur20.05.16
21Ris Pune4 wkts0PunjabVizag21.05.16
22Ris Pune6 wkts0SunrisersPune-MCA22.04.17
23Sunrisers1 wkt0MumbaiHyd-RGS12.04.18
24Delhi7 wkts0MumbaiMumbai14.04.18
25Mumbai3 wkts0PunjabMumbai10.04.19
26Chennai4 wkts0RajasthanJaipur11.04.19
27Punjab8 wkts0BangaloreSharjah15.10.20
28Chennai6 wkts0KolkataDub-DSC29.10.20

Chennai won this game by six wickets on the last ball of the match to provide the sixth occasion of Chennai winning a game on the last ball of the match in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBROppositionGroundDate
1Chennai4 wkts0DelhiDelhi08.05.08
2Chennai5 wkts0BangaloreChennai12.04.12
3Chennai7 wkts0RajasthanChennai21.04.12
4Chennai5 wkts0KolkataKolkata14.05.12
5Chennai4 wkts0RajasthanJaipur11.04.19
6Chennai6 wkts0KolkataDubDSC29.10.20

Chennai won this game by six wickets on the last ball of the match to provide the fifth occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match in the tournament against Kolkata. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBROppositionGroundDate
1Punjab6 wkts0KolkataP E’beth03.05.09
2Deccan6 wkts0KolkataJo’burg16.05.09
3Mumbai5 wkts0KolkataKolkata22.05.11
4Chennai5 wkts0KolkataKolkata14.05.12
5Chennai6 wkts0KolkataDubDSC29.10.20

Chennai won this game by six wickets on the last ball of the match to provide the fifth occasion of Chennai winning a game on the last ball of the match in the tournament against Kolkata. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBROppositionGroundDate
1Chennai5 wkts0KolkataKolkata14.05.12
2Chennai6 wkts0KolkataDubDSC29.10.20

Chennai won this game by six wickets on the last ball of the match to provide the second occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match in the ongoing edition of the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBROppositionGroundDate
1Punjab8 wkts0BangaloreSharjah15.10.20
2Chennai8 wkts0KolkataDubDSC29.10.20

With the score board reading 166 for 4, Chennai required seven runs from two balls. RA Jadeja scored a six of Nagarkoti’s fifth delivery of the last over of the match and the scores were level with 172 for 4. Chennai now required one run of one delivery to win the game. RA Jadeja scored a six of the last delivery of the match to win the game for Chennai. Chennai chased a total of 172 in this game.

All the participating teams scored 10 or more points in this edition. It has happened for the first time in the history of the tournament.

RA Jadeja was appearing in his 250th T20 game and made it memorable by scoring two consecutive boundary sixes of the last two deliveries of the match and securing a win of the last delivery of the match for his team Chennai in Indian Premier League 2020.

RA Jadeja became the 56th cricketer to appear in 250 plus T20 games. He also became the twelfth Indian cricketer to appear in 250 plus T20 games. The following table details them with their performances in T20 games.

NoPlayerMatRunsCW5CtSt
1RG Sharma337890262901360
2MS Dhoni330682100018484
3SK Raina319839245301640
4KD Karthik301587701017759
5V Kohli29393245801300
6YK Pathan27448521990860
7S Dhawan27177652401090
8RV Uthappa266666400012239
9Harbhajan265150802351820
10MK Pandey252567831001242
11G Gambhir25164020510
12RA Jadeja250254201631930

This game was the 183rd game for RA Jadeja in the tournament. He now stands seventh in the list of batsmen who have played most matches in the tournament. The following table details these seven cricketers with their performances in the tournament.

NoPlayerMatRunsCW5CtSt
1MS Dhoni2034632011239
2RG Sharma19751581150880
3KD Karthik1953823011430
4SK Raina193536812501020
5V Kohli1895836540750
6RV Uthappa187457108632
7RA Jadeja183215901131680

MS Dhoni was dismissed for one in this game to provide the 40th occasion of his dismissed for scores zero to nine in the tournament.

MS Dhoni was dismissed for one in this game to provide the fifth occasion of his dismissed for score of exact one in the tournament. All the five occasions are listed below

NoRTeamOppositionGroundDate
1ChennaiRajasthanJaipur04.05.08
2ChennaiPunjabChennai28.04.12
3ChennaiKolkataKolkata30.04.15
4Ris PunePunjabMohali17.04.16
5ChennaiKolkataDubDSC29.10.20

MS Dhoni was dismissed bowled for one in this game to provide the sixth occasion of his dismissed bowled for scores zero to nine in the tournament.

InnRMoDTeamOppositionGroundDate
1bowledChennaiPunjabDurban20.05.09
2BowledChennaiChargersNagpur10.04.10
3bowledChennaiKolkataKolkata30.04.15
4BowledRis PuneMumbaiMumbai24.04.17
5BowledChennaiSunrisersMumbai22.05.18
6bowledChennaiKolkataDubDSC29.10.20

Chennai and Kolkata’s performance in the tournament at the end of this game read thus

TeamMatWonLostTTWTLNR
Chennai178105710011
Kolkata19197900130

Chennai and Kolkata have met each other on 22 occasions in the tournament. Chennai has won 14 games, while Kolkata has won 08 games.

LH Ferguson returned with none for 54 in this game to provide the 165th occasion of a bowler conceding fifty plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the 19th occasion of a Kolkata bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Kolkata bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the tournament against Chennai. All such occasions are tabulated below. It is interesting to note that all these four bowlers are overseas bowlers

NoBowlersW-ROppnGroundDate
1JH Kallis0-50ChennaiChennai28.04.13
2PJ Cummins1-54ChennaiKolkata30.04.15
3MG Johnson0-51ChennaiKolkata03.05.18
4LH Ferguson0-54ChennaiDubDSC29.10.20

LH Ferguson returned with none for 54 in this game to provide the 73rd occasion of a bowler conceding fifty plus runs without a wicket in an innings in the tournament. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Kolkata bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in an innings in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBowlersW-ROppnGroundDate
1Mashrafe Mortaza0-58DeccanJo’burg16.05.09
2JH Kallis0-50ChennaiChennai28.04.13
3MG Johnson0-51ChennaiKolkata03.05.18
4Prasidh Krishna0-56SunrisersKolkata25.05.18
5Prasidh Krishna0-52BangaloreKolkata19.04.19
6LH Ferguson0-54ChennaiDubDSC29.10.20

It also provides the third occasion of a Kolkata bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in an innings in the tournament against Chennai. All such occasions are tabulated below. It is interesting to note that all these three bowlers are overseas bowlers. LH Ferguson became Kolkata’s most expensive bowler against Chennai in the tournament when a bowler failed to capture a wicket.

NoBowlersW-ROppnGroundDate
1JH Kallis0-50ChennaiChennai28.04.13
2MG Johnson0-51ChennaiKolkata03.05.18
3LH Ferguson0-54ChennaiDubDSC29.10.20