Category: IPL 2015

Matches won on the last ball in the Indian Premier League

Rising Pune Supergiants won its game against Sunrisers at Pune-SRS on 22.04.17 on the last ball of the match to provide the 22nd occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match in the Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Chennai 4 wickets 0 188 20.0 20.0 Delhi Delhi 08.05.08
2 Rajasthan 5 wickets 0 146 20.0 20.0 Mumbai Jaipur 26.05.08
3 Rajasthan 3 wickets 0 164 20.0 20.0 Chennai Mumbai 01.06.08
4 Punjab 6 wickets 0 154 20.0 20.0 Kolkata P Elizabeth 03.05.09
5 Deccan 6 wickets 0 161 20.0 20.0 Kolkata Johannesburg 16.05.09
6 Kolkata 7 wickets 0 189 20.0 20.0 Chennai Centurion 18.05.09
7 Mumbai 7 wickets 0 119 20.0 20.0 Pune Mumbai 20.04.11
8 Mumbai 5 wickets 0 176 20.0 20.0 Kolkata Kolkata 22.05.11
9 Mumbai 5 wickets 0 139 20.0 20.0 Deccan Vizag 09.04.12
10 Chennai 5 wickets 0 206 20.0 20.0 Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
11 Bangalore 6 wickets 0 183 20.0 20.0 Pune Bangalore 17.04.12
12 Chennai 7 wickets 0 147 20.0 20.0 Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12
13 Mumbai 2 wickets 0 174 20.0 20.0 Chennai Mumbai 06.05.12
14 Punjab 4 wickets 0 191 20.0 20.0 Deccan Mohali 13.05.12
15 Chennai 5 wickets 0 159 20.0 20.0 Kolkata Kolkata 14.05.12
16 Rajasthan 3 wickets 0 185 20.0 20.0 Delhi Delhi 12.04.15
17 Rajasthan 6 wickets 0 128 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Vizag 16.04.15
18 Gujarat 3 wickets 0 144 20.0 20.0 Mumbai Mumbai 16.04.16
19 Gujarat 3 wickets 0 196 20.0 20.0 Ris Pune Pune-SRS 29.04.16
20 Delhi 6 wickets 0 159 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Raipur 20.05.16
21 Ris Pune 4 wickets 0 173 20.0 20.0 Punjab Vizag 21.05.16
22 Ris Pune 6 wickets 0 177 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Pune-SRS 22.04.17

 

Rising Pune Supergiants won its game against Sunrisers at Pune-SRS on 22.04.17 on the last ball of the match to provide the second occasion of Rising Pune Supergiants winning a game on the last ball of the match in the Indian Premier League. Both the occasions are tabulated below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Ris Pune 4 wickets 0 173 20.0 20.0 Punjab Vizag 21.05.16
2 Ris Pune 6 wickets 0 177 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Pune-SRS 22.04.17

 

Rising Pune Supergiants won its game against Sunrisers at Pune-SRS on 22.04.17 on the last ball of the match to provide the 22nd occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match against Sunrisers  in the Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Rajasthan 6 wickets 0 128 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Vizag 16.04.15
2 Delhi 6 wickets 0 159 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Raipur 20.05.16
3 Ris Pune 6 wickets 0 177 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Pune-SRS 22.04.17

 

Rising Pune Supergiants won its game against Sunrisers at Pune-SRS on 22.04.17 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 at Pune-SRS in the Indian Premier League. Both the occasions are tabulated below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Opposition Ground Date
1 Gujarat 3 wickets 0 196 20.0 20.0 Ris Pune Pune-SRS 29.04.16
2 Ris Pune 6 wickets 0 177 20.0 20.0 Sunrisers Pune-SRS 22.04.17

Batsmen who have aggregated 500 plus runs in Indian Premier League

Five batsmen – DA Warner {562}, AM Rahane {540}, LMP Simmons {540}, AB de Villiers {513} and V Kohli {505} aggregated 500 plus runs in IPL 2015. The following is the list of batsmen who have an aggregate of 500 plus runs in IPL in the order of descending runs

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0 4s 6s Edition
1 CH Gayle 15 14 2 733 128* 61.08 1 7 0 46 59 2012
2 MEK Hussey 17 17 3 733 95 52.35 0 6 0 81 17 2013
3 CH Gayle 16 16 4 708 175* 59.00 1 4 0 57 51 2013
4 RV Uthappa 16 16 1 660 83* 44.00 0 5 1 74 18 2014
5 V Kohli 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 0 6 0 64 22 2013
6 SR Tendulkar 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 0 86 3 2010
7 SE Marsh 11 11 2 616 115 68.44 1 5 0 59 26 2008
8 CH Gayle 12 12 3 608 107 67.55 2 3 2 56 44 2011
9 G Gambhir 17 17 1 590 93 36.87 0 6 2 64 17 2012
10 ML Hayden 12 12 1 572 89 52.00 0 5 0 60 22 2009
11 JH Kallis 16 16 4 572 89* 47.66 0 6 1 67 9 2010
12 S Dhawan 15 15 1 569 84 40.64 0 5 0 58 18 2012
13 DR Smith 16 16 0 566 79 35.37 0 5 0 50 34 2014
14 DA Warner 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 0 65 21 2015
15 AM Rahane 16 16 2 560 103* 40.00 1 3 2 73 10 2012
16 V Kohli 16 16 4 557 71 46.41 0 4 0 55 16 2011
17 SR Tendulkar 16 16 3 553 100* 42.53 1 2 0 67 5 2011
18 GJ Maxwell 16 16 0 552 95 34.50 0 4 2 48 36 2014
19 SK Raina 18 17 4 548 100* 42.15 1 4 3 50 18 2013
20 SR Watson 16 16 2 543 101 38.78 1 2 0 59 22 2013
21 AM Rahane 14 13 2 540 91* 49.09 0 4 1 53 13 2015
22 LMP Simmons 13 13 1 540 71 45.00 0 6 1 56 21 2015
23 RG Sharma 19 19 5 538 79* 38.42 0 4 0 35 28 2013
24 G Gambhir 14 14 1 534 86 41.07 0 5 0 68 8 2008
25 DA Warner 14 14 3 528 90 48.00 0 6 1 39 2 2014
26 SK Raina 16 16 3 523 87 40.23 0 5 0 51 19 2014
27 SK Raina 16 16 5 520 83* 47.27 0 4 0 45 22 2010
28 ST Jayasuriya 14 14 2 514 114* 42.83 1 2 0 57 31 2008
29 AB de Villiers 16 14 3 513 133* 46.63 1 2 1 60 22 2015
30 KD Karthik 19 19 1 510 86 28.33 0 2 2 54 14 2013
31 V Kohli 16 16 5 505 82* 45.90 0 3 0 35 23 2015
32 SE Marsh 14 13 1 504 95 42.00 0 4 0 52 20 2011

 

The following table shows the breakup of batsmen who have aggregated 500 plus runs edition wise

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0 4s 6s Edition
1 SE Marsh 11 11 2 616 115 68.44 1 5 0 59 26 2008
2 G Gambhir 14 14 1 534 86 41.07 0 5 0 68 8 2008
3 ST Jayasuriya 14 14 2 514 114* 42.83 1 2 0 57 31 2008
                           
1 ML Hayden 12 12 1 572 89 52.00 0 5 0 60 22 2009
                           
1 SR Tendulkar 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 0 86 3 2010
1 JH Kallis 16 16 4 572 89* 47.66 0 6 1 67 9 2010
2 SK Raina 16 16 5 520 83* 47.27 0 4 0 45 22 2010
                           
1 CH Gayle 12 12 3 608 107 67.55 2 3 2 56 44 2011
2 V Kohli 16 16 4 557 71 46.41 0 4 0 55 16 2011
3 SR Tendulkar 16 16 3 553 100* 42.53 1 2 0 67 5 2011
4 SE Marsh 14 13 1 504 95 42.00 0 4 0 52 20 2011
                           
1 CH Gayle 15 14 2 733 128* 61.08 1 7 0 46 59 2012
2 G Gambhir 17 17 1 590 93 36.87 0 6 2 64 17 2012
3 S Dhawan 15 15 1 569 84 40.64 0 5 0 58 18 2012
4 AM Rahane 16 16 2 560 103* 40.00 1 3 2 73 10 2012
                           
1 MEK Hussey 17 17 3 733 95 52.35 0 6 0 81 17 2013
2 CH Gayle 16 16 4 708 175* 59.00 1 4 0 57 51 2013
3 V Kohli 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 0 6 0 64 22 2013
4 SK Raina 18 17 4 548 100* 42.15 1 4 3 50 18 2013
5 SR Watson 16 16 2 543 101 38.78 1 2 0 59 22 2013
6 RG Sharma 19 19 5 538 79* 38.42 0 4 0 35 28 2013
7 KD Karthik 19 19 1 510 86 28.33 0 2 2 54 14 2013
                           
1 RV Uthappa 16 16 1 660 83* 44.00 0 5 1 74 18 2014
2 DR Smith 16 16 0 566 79 35.37 0 5 0 50 34 2014
3 GJ Maxwell 16 16 0 552 95 34.50 0 4 2 48 36 2014
4 DA Warner 14 14 3 528 90 48.00 0 6 1 39 2 2014
5 SK Raina 16 16 3 523 87 40.23 0 5 0 51 19 2014
                           
1 DA Warner 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 0 65 21 2015
2 AM Rahane 14 13 2 540 91* 49.09 0 4 1 53 13 2015
3 LMP Simmons 13 13 1 540 71 45.00 0 6 1 56 21 2015
4 AB de Villiers 16 14 3 513 133* 46.63 1 2 1 60 22 2015
5 V Kohli 16 16 5 505 82* 45.90 0 3 0 35 23 2015

 

The following batsmen have aggregated 500 plus runs on two or more editions.  CH Gayle,  SK Raina and V Kohli in three editions while AM Rahane,  DA Warner,  G Gambhir, SE Marsh and SR Tendulkar in two editions. The performance of these batsmen are shown below

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0 4s 6s Edition
1 CH Gayle 15 14 2 733 128* 61.08 1 7 0 46 59 2012
2 CH Gayle 16 16 4 708 175* 59.00 1 4 0 57 51 2013
3 CH Gayle 12 12 3 608 107 67.55 2 3 2 56 44 2011
                           
1 SK Raina 18 17 4 548 100* 42.15 1 4 3 50 18 2013
2 SK Raina 16 16 3 523 87 40.23 0 5 0 51 19 2014
3 SK Raina 16 16 5 520 83* 47.27 0 4 0 45 22 2010
                           
1 V Kohli 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 0 6 0 64 22 2013
2 V Kohli 16 16 4 557 71 46.41 0 4 0 55 16 2011
3 V Kohli 16 16 5 505 82* 45.90 0 3 0 35 23 2015
                           
1 AM Rahane 16 16 2 560 103* 40.00 1 3 2 73 10 2012
2 AM Rahane 14 13 2 540 91* 49.09 0 4 1 53 13 2015
                           
1 DA Warner 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 0 65 21 2015
2 DA Warner 14 14 3 528 90 48.00 0 6 1 39 2 2014
                           
1 G Gambhir 17 17 1 590 93 36.87 0 6 2 64 17 2012
2 G Gambhir 14 14 1 534 86 41.07 0 5 0 68 8 2008
                           
1 SE Marsh 11 11 2 616 115 68.44 1 5 0 59 26 2007
2 SE Marsh 14 13 1 504 95 42.00 0 4 0 52 20 2011
                           
1 SR Tendulkar 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 0 86 3 2009
2 SR Tendulkar 16 16 3 553 100* 42.53 1 2 0 67 5 2011

 

Two batsmen scoring 90s in a test innings

JE Root {98} and BA Stokes {92} scored nineties in England’s innings against New Zealand at Lord’s in the ongoing first test to provide the 55th occasion of two batsmen scoring nineties  in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

 

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 LJ Tancred 97 1 SAF v Aus Johannesburg 11 Oct 1902
  CB Llewellyn 90 1 SAF v Aus Johannesburg 11 Oct 1902
               
2 H Sutcliffe 99 3 Eng v SAF Cape Town 31 Dec 1927
  RES Wyatt 91 3 Eng v SAF Cape Town 31 Dec 1927
               
3 JED Sealy 92 1 Win v Eng Port of Spain 24 Jan 1935
  LN Constantine 90 1 Win v Eng Port of Spain 24 Jan 1935
               
4 PA Gibb 93 1 Eng v SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
  BH Valentine 97 1 Eng v SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
               
5 R Subba Row 94 2 Eng v Ind The Oval 20 Aug 1959
  MJK Smith 98 2 Eng v Ind The Oval 20 Aug 1959
               
6 R Subba Row 90 1 Eng v SAF Lord’s 23 Jun 1960
  MJK Smith 99 1 Eng v SAF Lord’s 23 Jun 1960
               
7 IR Redpath 97 2 Aus v SAF Melbourne 01 Jan 1964
  BK Shepherd 96 2 Aus v SAF Melbourne 01 Jan 1964
               
8 EJ Barlow 96 1 SAF v Eng Johannesburg 22 Jan 1965
  AJ Pithey 95 1 SAF v Eng Johannesburg 22 Jan 1965
               
9 TW Graveney 96 2 Eng v Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
  JM Parks 91 2 Eng v Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
               
10 RC Fredericks 98 2 Win v Aus Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
  DL Murray 90 2 Win v Aus Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
               
11 Majid Khan 99 1 Pak v Eng Karachi 24 Mar 1973
  Mushtaq Mohammad 99 1 Pak v Eng Karachi 24 Mar 1973
               
12 RC Fredericks 94 2 Win v Eng Kingston 16 Feb 1974
  AI Kallicharran 93 2 Win v Eng Kingston 16 Feb 1974
               
13 AI Kallicharran 98 1 Win v Ind Mumbai 23 Jan 1975
  DL Murray 91 1 Win v Ind Mumbai 23 Jan 1975
               
14 IVA Richards 98 4 Win v Aus Melbourne 31 Jan 1976
  CH Lloyd 91* 4 Win v Aus Melbourne 31 Jan 1976
               
15 GM Wood 90 3 Aus v Win Kingston 28 Apr 1978
  PM Toohey 97 3 Aus v Win Kingston 28 Apr 1978
               
16 SM Gavaskar 97 3 Ind v Pak Lahore 27 Oct 1978
  CPS Chauhan 93 3 Ind v Pak Lahore 27 Oct 1978
               
17 CH Lloyd 95 2 Win v Eng Kingston 10 Apr 1981
  HA Gomes 90* 2 Win v Eng Kingston 10 Apr 1981
               
18 Mudassar Nazar 95 1 Pak v Aus Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
  Zaheer Abbas 90 1 Pak v Aus Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
               
19 RL Dias 98 1 Srl v Pak Faisalabad 14 Mar 1982
  RS Madugalle 91* 1 Srl v Pak Faisalabad 14 Mar 1982
               
20 DB Vengsarkar 94 1 Ind v Win St John’s 28 Apr 1983
  N Kapil Dev 98 1 Ind v Win St John’s 28 Apr 1983
               
21 SM Gavaskar 91 2 Ind v Pak Chennai 03 Feb 1987
  DB Vengsarkar 96 2 Ind v Pak Chennai 03 Feb 1987
               
22 Rameez Raja 98 2 Pak v Srl Sialkot 12 Dec 1991
  Imran Khan 93* 2 Pak v Srl Sialkot 12 Dec 1991
               
23 RA Smith 96 1 Eng v NZl Christchurch 18 Jan 1992
  AJ Lamb 93 1 Eng v NZl Christchurch 18 Jan 1992
               
24 JN Rhodes 91 1 SAF v Ind Johannesburg 26 Nov 1992
  BM McMillan 98 1 SAF v Ind Johannesburg 26 Nov 1992
               
25 NS Sidhu 99 1 Ind v Srl Bangalore 26 Jan 1994
  SR Tendulkar 96 1 Ind v Srl Bangalore 26 Jan 1994
               
26 GA Hick 96 1 Eng v Win The Oval 24 Aug 1995
  RC Russell 91 1 Eng v Win The Oval 24 Aug 1995
               
27 MA Taylor 96 2 Aus v Srl Perth 08 Dec 1995
  RT Ponting 96 2 Aus v Srl Perth 08 Dec 1995
               
28 SP Fleming 92* 3 NZl v Pak Lahore 21 Nov 1996
  CL Cairns 93 3 NZl v Pak Lahore 21 Nov 1996
               
29 NJ Astle 96 2 NZl v Zim Bulawayo 25 Sep 1997
  DL Vettori 90 2 NZl v Zim Bulawayo 25 Sep 1997
               
30 R Dravid 92 1 Ind v Srl Nagpur 26 Nov 1997
  SC Ganguly 99 1 Ind v Srl Nagpur 26 Nov 1997
               
31 VVS Laxman 95 2 Ind v Aus Kolkata 18 Mar 1998
  NS Sidhu 97 2 Ind v Aus Kolkata 18 Mar 1998
               
32 JH Kallis 95 2 SAF v Ind Bangalore 02 Mar 2000
  L Klusener 97 2 SAF v Ind Bangalore 02 Mar 2000
               
33 MV Boucher 92 2 SAF v Srl Cape Town 02 Jan 2001
  L Klusener 97 2 SAF v Srl Cape Town 02 Jan 2001
               
34 CB Wishart 93 3 Zim v Win Harare 27 Jul 2001
  AM Blignaut 92 3 Zim v Win Harare 27 Jul 2001
               
35 ST Jayasuriya 92 1 Srl v Zim Colombo (SSC) 27 Dec 2001
  HP Tillakaratne 96 1 Srl v Zim Colombo (SSC) 27 Dec 2001
               
36 A Flower 92 1 Zim v Ind Delhi 28 Feb 2002
  DD Ebrahim 94 1 Zim v Ind Delhi 28 Feb 2002
               
37 SR Tendulkar 92 3 Ind v Eng Nottingham 08 Aug 2002
  SC Ganguly 99 3 Ind v Eng Nottingham 08 Aug 2002
               
38 HH Gibbs 92 2 SAF v Srl Centurion 15 Nov 2002
  SM Pollock 99* 2 SAF v Srl Centurion 15 Nov 2002
               
39 MN Samuels 91 2 Win v Ban Dhaka 8 Dec 2002
  RD Jacobs 91* 2 Win v Ban Dhaka 8 Dec 2002
               
40 SM Katich 99 3 Aus v Ind Nagpur 26 Oct 2004
  DR Martyn 97 3 Aus v Ind Nagpur 26 Oct 2004
               
41 JL Langer 97 3 Aus v Pak Perth 16 Dec 2004
  RT Ponting 98 3 Aus v Pak Perth 16 Dec 2004
               
42 G Gambhir 97 2 Ind v Zim Harare 20 Sep 2005
  R Dravid 98 2 Ind v Zim Harare 20 Sep 2005
               
43 VVS Laxman 90 2 Ind v Pak Faisalabad 21 Jan 2006
  IK Pathan 90 2 Ind v Pak Faisalabad 21 Jan 2006
               
44 Mohammad Yousuf 97 3 Pak v Ind Karachi 29 Jan 2006
  Abdul Razzaq 90 3 Pak v Ind Karachi 29 Jan 2006
               
45 Mohammad Hafeez 95 2 Pak v Eng The Oval 17 Aug 2006
  Imran Farhat 91 2 Pak v Eng The Oval 17 Aug 2006
               
46 PD Collingwood 96 4 Eng v Aus Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
  KP Pietersen 92 4 Eng v Aus Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
               
47 KD Karthik 91 1 Ind v Eng The Oval 9 Aug 2007
  MS Dhoni 92 1 Ind v Eng The Oval 9 Aug 2007
               
48 AN Cook 94 1 Eng v Win Bridgetown 26 Feb 2009
  PD Collingwood 96 1 Eng v Win Bridgetown 26 Feb 2009
               
49 Khurram Manzoor 93 1 Pak v Srl Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2009
  Mohammad Yousuf 90 1 Pak v Srl Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2009
               
50 LRPL Taylor 94 1 NZl v Pak Dunedin 24 Nov 2009
  DL Vettori 99 1 NZl v Pak Dunedin 24 Nov 2009
               
51 SR Watson 93 1 Aus v Pak Melbourne 26 Dec 2009
  SM Katich 98 1 Aus v Pak Melbourne 26 Dec 2009
               
52 Shakib Al Hasan 97 3 Ban v Win Khulna 21 Nov 2012
  Nasir Hossain 94 3 Ban v Win Khulna 21 Nov 2012
               
53 SPD Smith 92 1 Aus v Ind Mohali 14 Mar 2013
  MA Starc 99 1 Aus v Ind Mohali 14 Mar 2013
               
54 AD Mathews 91 1 Srl v Pak Sharjah 16 Jan 2014
  MDK Perera 95 1 Srl v Pak Sharjah 16 Jan 2014
               
55 JE Root 98 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015
  BA Stokes 92 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015

 

JE Root {98} and BA Stokes {92} scored nineties in England’s innings against New Zealand at Lord’s in the ongoing first test to provide the tenth occasion of two England  batsmen scoring nineties  in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

 

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 H Sutcliffe 99 3 Eng v SAF Cape Town 31 Dec 1927
  RES Wyatt 91 3 Eng v SAF Cape Town 31 Dec 1927
               
2 PA Gibb 93 1 Eng v SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
  BH Valentine 97 1 Eng v SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
               
3 R Subba Row 94 2 Eng v Ind The Oval 20 Aug 1959
  MJK Smith 98 2 Eng v Ind The Oval 20 Aug 1959
               
4 R Subba Row 90 1 Eng v SAF Lord’s 23 Jun 1960
  MJK Smith 99 1 Eng v SAF Lord’s 23 Jun 1960
               
5 TW Graveney 96 2 Eng v Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
  JM Parks 91 2 Eng v Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
               
6 RA Smith 96 1 Eng v NZl Christchurch 18 Jan 1992
  AJ Lamb 93 1 Eng v NZl Christchurch 18 Jan 1992
               
8 GA Hick 96 1 Eng v Win The Oval 24 Aug 1995
  RC Russell 91 1 Eng v Win The Oval 24 Aug 1995
               
9 PD Collingwood 96 4 Eng v Aus Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
  KP Pietersen 92 4 Eng v Aus Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
               
10 JE Root 98 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015
  BA Stokes 92 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015

 

 

JE Root {98} and BA Stokes {92} scored nineties in England’s innings against New Zealand at Lord’s in the ongoing first test to provide the third occasion of two batsmen scoring nineties  in a test innings at Lord’s in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below. On all three occasions, it was England’s batsmen who have scored nineties

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 R Subba Row 90 1 Eng v SAF Lord’s 23 Jun 1960
  MJK Smith 99 1 Eng v SAF Lord’s 23 Jun 1960
               
2 TW Graveney 96 2 Eng v Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
  JM Parks 91 2 Eng v Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
               
3 JE Root 98 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015
  BA Stokes 92 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015

 

JE Root {98} and BA Stokes {92} scored nineties in England’s innings against New Zealand at Lord’s in the ongoing first test to provide the second occasion of two batsmen scoring nineties in a test innings against New Zealand. Both the occasions are listed below

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RA Smith 96 1 Eng v NZl Christchurch 18 Jan 1992
  AJ Lamb 93 1 Eng v NZl Christchurch 18 Jan 1992
               
2 JE Root 98 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015
  BA Stokes 92 1 Eng v NZl Lord’s 21 May 2015

 

Teams which have won 60 plus games in Indian Premier League

Bangalore became the fifth team to win 60 IPL games when it trounced Rajasthan by 71 runs at Pune-SRS on 20.05.15. Other teams which have won 60 plus IPL games are – Chennai {78}, Mumbai {72}, Rajasthan {60} and Kolkata {60}. The following table furnishes the performance of these five teams in Indian Premier League

No Team Mat Won Lost Tied Tie+W Tie+L NR
1 Chennai 130 78 50 0 0 1 1
2 Mumbai 125 72 53 0 0 0 0
3 Rajasthan 118 61 53 0 2 1 1
4 Kolkata 117 60 55 0 0 2 0
5 Bangalore 123 60 58 0 1 1 3

 

Batmen who have scored 100 plus boundary sixes in Indian Premier League

AB de Villiers scored four sixes in his knock of 66 in the game against Rajasthan at Pune-SRS on 21.05.15. His aggregate of IPL sixes at the end match read 104. He is the 12th batsman to score 100 plus sixes in IPL. The complete list is furnished below

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 6s
1 CH Gayle 81 80 12 3158 175* 46.44 5 18 227
2 SK Raina 130 126 20 3671 100* 34.63 1 25 149
3 RG Sharma 127 123 20 3335 109* 32.37 1 23 145
4 YK Pathan 119 109 24 2400 100 28.23 1 9 127
5 MS Dhoni 127 114 40 2942 70* 39.75 0 15 125
6 Yuvraj Singh 98 95 12 2099 83 25.28 0 10 120
7 SR Watson 78 75 11 2362 104* 36.90 2 14 109
8 V Kohli 122 114 19 3125 99 32.89 0 19 109
9 KA Pollard 92 84 25 1715 78 29.06 0 8 106
10 V Sehwag 104 104 5 2728 122 27.55 2 16 106
11 AB de Villiers 103 92 24 2569 133* 37.23 2 14 104
12 DA Warner 83 83 9 2525 109* 34.12 2 23 103

 

AB de Villiers is the fifth foreign batsman to score 100 plus sixes in IPL. Others are – CH Gayle {227}, SR Watson {109}, KA Polllard {106} and DA Warner {103}

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 6s
1 CH Gayle 81 80 12 3158 175* 46.44 5 18 227
2 SR Watson 78 75 11 2362 104* 36.90 2 14 109
3 KA Pollard 92 84 25 1715 78 29.06 0 8 106
4 AB de Villiers 103 92 24 2569 133* 37.23 2 14 104
5 DA Warner 83 83 9 2525 109* 34.12 2 23 103

 

DJ Bravo’s feat – becomes the first all rounder to score 1000 plus runs and to capture 100 plus wickets in Indian Premier League

DJ Bravo earned the distinction of becoming the first all rounder in Indian Premier League to score 1000 plus runs and to capture 100 plus wickets. He achieved the feat when he captured the wicket of PA Patel caught by RA Jadeja for 35 in the game between Chennai and Mumbai at Mumbai on 19.05.15. He returned with figures of 3 for 40 and his wicket aggregate at the end of this game read 102. He scored 20 in this game to take run aggregate in IPL to 1154. The following table furnishes the IPL career of DJ Bravo. He represented two teams – Mumbai and Chenai. His performance for these two teams read as under

 

BATTING CAREER
Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0 4s 6s
DJ Bravo Mumbai 30 25 4 457 70* 21.76 0 3 0 38 1
DJ Bravo Chennai 59 43 19 697 62* 29.04 0 1 0 54 29
  Total 89 68 23 1154 70* 25.64 0 4 0 92 30

 

BOWLING CAREER
Player Team Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave 4 5
DJ Bravo Mumbai 30 30 87.4 1 719 26 3/24 27.65 0 0
DJ Bravo Chennai 59 56 185.3 0 1485 76 4/42 19.53 1 0
  Total 89 86 272.7 1 2204 102 4/42 21.61 1 0

 

DJ BRAVO’S IPL CAREER – MATCH BY MATCH
No Inn Score Wkts Runs Match Ground Date
1 1 24  0 36 Mumbai  v Chennai Chennai 23.04.08
2 2 23  0 27 Mumbai  v Punjab Mohali 25.04.08
3 3 34  0 31 Mumbai  v Deccan Mum-DYP 27.04.08
4 4 64* 1 25 Mumbai  v Kolkata Kolkata 29.04.08
5 5 1 27 Mumbai  v Delhi Mum-DYP 04.05.08
6 6 2 12 Mumbai  v Rajasthan Mum-DYP 07.05.08
7     2 37 Mumbai  v Chennai Mum-WS 14.05.08
8     2 13 Mumbai  v Kolkata Mum-WS 16.05.08
9 7 30  3 24 Mumbai  v Deccan Hyd-RGS 18.05.08
10 8 1 27 Mumbai  v Chennai Cape Town 18.04.09
11 9 21  3 34 Mumbai  v Deccan Durban 25.04.09
12 10 2 31 Mumbai  v Kolkata Port Elizabeth 27.04.09
13 11 15  1 24 Mumbai  v Punjab Durban 29.04.09
14 12 50* 0 32 Mumbai  v Bangalore Johannesburg 03.05.09
15 13 13  1 16 Mumbai  v Deccan Centurion 06.05.09
16 14 35  0 02 Mumbai  v Delhi ast London 08.05.09
17     1 27 Mumbai  v Bangalore Port Elizabeth 10.05.09
18 15 70* 0 17 Mumbai  v Punjab Centurion 12.05.09
19 16 1 30 Mumbai  v Rajasthan Durban 14.05.09
20 17 1 19 Mumbai  v Chennai Port Elizabeth 16.05.09
21 18 2 11 Mumbai  v Delhi Delhi 17.03.10
22 19 0 35 Mumbai  v Bangalore Mum-BS 20.03.10
23     0 36 Mumbai  v Kolkata Mum-BS 22.03.10
24 20 11* 0 42 Mumbai  v Chennai Mum-BS 25.03.10
25 21 23  0 16 Mumbai  v Deccan Mum-DYP 28.03.10
26 22 1 22 Mumbai  v Punjab Mum-BS 30.03.10
27 23 0 12 Mumbai  v Deccan Mum-BS 03.04.10
28 24 1 21 Mumbai  v Chennai Chennai 06.04.10
29     0 26 Mumbai  v Delhi Mum-BS 13.04.10
30 25 0 07 Mumbai  v Kolkata Kolkata 19.04.10
31     1 36  Chennai v Rajasthan Jaipur 09.05.11
32     2 21  Chennai v Delhi Chennai 12.05.11
33     1 36  Chennai v Kochi Chennai 18.05.11
34 26 0 21  Chennai v Bangalore Bangalore 22.05.11
35     1 28  Chennai v Bangalore Mum-WS 24.05.11
36 27 6* 1 15  Chennai v Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
37 28 19  1 14  Chennai v Mumbai Chennai 04.04.12
38 29 43* 0 10  Chennai v Deccan Vizag-YSR 07.04.12
39 30 22  0 05  Chennai v Delhi Delhi 10.04.12
40 31 25* 0 30  Chennai v Bangalore Chennai 12.04.12
41 32 5* 0 31  Chennai v Pune Pune-SRS 14.04.12
42 33 12  2 28  Chennai v Pune Chennai 19.04.12
43 34 16* 0 32  Chennai v Rajasthan Chennai 21.04.12
44          Chennai v Bangalore Bangalore 25.04.12
45 35 30  2 28  Chennai v Punjab Chennai 28.04.12
46 36 12  2 27  Chennai v Kolkata Chennai 30.04.12
47 37 12* 0 35  Chennai v Deccan Chennai 04.05.12
48 38 40  2 39  Chennai v Mumbai Mum-WS 06.05.12
49 39 10  0 38  Chennai v Rajasthan Jaipur 10.05.12
50     0 22  Chennai v Delhi Chennai 12.05.12
51 40 11* 0 22  Chennai v Kolkata Kolkata 14.05.12
52 41 48  2 18  Chennai v Punjab Dharamsala 17.05.12
53 42 33* 2 10  Chennai v Mumbai Bangalore 23.05.12
54 43 33* 1 24  Chennai v Delhi Chennai 25.05.12
55     1 49  Chennai v Kolkata Chennai 27.05.12
56 44 10  2 44  Chennai v Mumbai Chennai 06.04.13
57     3 27  Chennai v Punjab Mohali 10.04.13
58 45 1 32  Chennai v Bangalore Chennai 13.04.13
59 46 2 35  Chennai v Pune Chennai 15.04.13
60 47 1 08  Chennai v Delhi Delhi 18.04.13
61 48 7* 1 14  Chennai v Kolkata Kolkata 20.04.13
62 49 15* 2 36  Chennai v Rajasthan Chennai 22.04.13
63 50 2 37  Chennai v Sunrisers Chennai 25.04.13
64     1 37  Chennai v Kolkata Chennai 28.04.13
65     1 18  Chennai v Pune Pune-SRS 30.04.13
66     3 34  Chennai v Punjab Chennai 02.05.13
67 51 1 19  Chennai v Mumbai Mum-WS 05.05.13
68     1 25  Chennai v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 08.05.13
69 52 23* 1 35  Chennai v Rajasthan Jaipur 12.05.13
70 53 12* 2 19  Chennai v Delhi Chennai 14.05.13
71 54 11  1 26  Chennai v Bangalore Bangalore 18.05.13
72     3 09  Chennai v Mumbai Delhi 21.05.13
73 55 15  4 42  Chennai v Mumbai Kolkata 26.05.13
74 56 8*      Chennai v Punjab Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
75 57 2 36  Chennai v Delhi Chennai 09.04.15
76 58 0* 2 25 Chennai v Sunrisers Chennai 11.04.15
77 59 13* 2 30 Chennai v Mumbai Mum-WS 17.04.15
78 60 62* 1 30 Chennai v Rajasthan Ahmedabad 19.04.15
79 61 1 25 Chennai v Bangalore Bangalore 22.04.15
80     0 13 Chennai v Punjab Chennai 25.04.15
81 62 3 22 Chennai v Kolkata Chennai 28.04.15
82 63 30  0 27 Chennai v Kolkata Kolkata 30.04.15
83 64 25* 3 25 Chennai v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 02.05.15
84 65 2 17 Chennai v Bangalore Chennai 04.05.15
85     1 16 Chennai v Mumbai Chennai 08.05.15
86 66 15* 2 43 Chennai v Rajasthan Chennai 10.05.15
87 67     Chennai v Delhi Raipur 12.05.15
88     1 20 Chennai v Punjab Mohali 16.05.15
89 68 20 3 40 Chennai v Mumbai Mumbai 19.05.15
    1154 102 2204 Total    

 

 

 

CAREER SUMMARY OF DJ BRAVO
Mat Inns NO Runs HS  Ave 50 100
89 68 23 1154 70* 25.64 4 0
Balls Mdns Runs Wkts BB Ave Ct St
1615 1 2204 102 4-42 21.61 53 0

 

IPL 2015 – Play off stage teams spotted

Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore and Rajasthan are the four teams spotted for play offs of IPL 2015. The points table as at the end of the league stage and also the performance of the four teams who have qualified for the play off is furnished below

POINTS TABLE AT THE END OF THE LEAGUE STAGE
No Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts Net RR For Against  
1 Chennai 14 9 5 0 0 18 +0.709 2262/273.3 2073/274.1
2 Mumbai 14 8 6 0 0 16 -0.043 2345/272.4 2371/274.2
3 Bangalore 14 7 5 0 2 16 +1.037 1790/191.1 1693/203.2
4 Rajasthan 14 7 5 0 2 16 +0.062 2028/237.3 2002/236.1
                       
5 Kolkata 14 7 6 0 1 15 +0.253 2044/236.1 2022/240.4
6 Sunrisers 14 7 7 0 0 14 -0.239 2096/255.2 2126/251.4
7 Delhi 14 5 8 0 1 11 -0.049 1981/250.2 1976/248.1
8 Punjab 14 3 11 0 0 6 -1.436 2003/270.0 2286/258.1

 

MATCH RESULTS – CHENNAI
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Chennai Daredevils Chennai 001 run Chennai Apr 09, 2015
2 Chennai Sunrisers Chennai 045 runs Chennai Apr 11, 2015
3 Mumbai Chennai Chennai 006 wkts Mumbai Apr 17, 2015
4 Rajasthan Chennai Rajasthan 008 wkts Ahmedabad Apr 19, 2015
5 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 027 runs Bangalore Apr 22, 2015
6 Chennai Punjab Chennai 097 runs Chennai Apr 25, 2015
7 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 002 runs Chennai Apr 28, 2015
8 Kolkata Chennai Kolkata 007 wkts Kolkata Apr 30, 2015
9 Sunrisers Chennai Sunrisers 022 runs Hyd-RGS May 02, 2015
10 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 024 runs Chennai May 04, 2015
11 Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 006 wkts Chennai May 08, 2015
12 Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 12 runs Chennai May 10, 2015
13 Daredevils Chennai Daredevils 006 wkts Raipur May 12, 2015
14 Punjab Chennai Chennai 007 wkts Mohali May 16, 2015
MATCH RESULTS – MUMBAI
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Kolkata Mumbai Kolkata 007 wkts Kolkata Apr 08, 2015
2 Mumbai Punjab Punjab 018 runs Mumbai Apr 12, 2015
3 Rajasthan Mumbai Rajasthan 007 wkts Ahmedabad Apr 14, 2015
4 Mumbai Chennai Chennai 006 wkts Mumbai Apr 17, 2015
5 Bangalore Mumbai Mumbai 018 runs Bangalore Apr 19, 2015
6 Daredevils Mumbai Daredevils 037 runs Delhi Apr 23, 2015
7 Mumbai Sunrisers Mumbai 020 runs Mumbai Apr 25, 2015
8 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 008 runs Mumbai May 01, 2015
9 Punjab Mumbai Mumbai 023 runs Mohali May 03, 2015
10 Mumbai Daredevils Mumbai 005 wkts Mumbai May 05, 2015
11 Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 006 wkts Chennai May 08, 2015
12 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 039 runs Mumbai May 10, 2015
13 Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 005 runs Mumbai May 14, 2015
14 Sunrisers Mumbai Mumbai 009 wkts Hyd-RGS May 17, 2015
MATCH RESULTS – BANGALORE
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 003 wkts Kolkata Apr 11, 2015
2 Bangalore Sunrisers Sunrisers 008 wkts Bangalore Apr 13, 2015
3 Bangalore Mumbai Mumbai 018 runs Bangalore Apr 19, 2015
4 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 027 runs Bangalore Apr 22, 2015
5 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 009 wkts Ahmedabad Apr 24, 2015
6 Daredevils Bangalore Bangalore 010 wkts Delhi Apr 26, 2015
7 Bangalore Rajasthan no result   Bangalore Apr 29, 2015
8 Bangalore Kolkata Bangalore 007 wkts Bangalore May 02, 2015
9 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 024 runs Chennai May 04, 2015
10 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 138 runs Bangalore May 06, 2015
11 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 039 runs Mumbai May 10, 2015
12 Punjab Bangalore Punjab 022 runs Mohali May 13, 2015
13 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 006 wkts Hyd-RGS May 15, 2015
14 Bangalore Daredevils no result   Bangalore May 17, 2015
MATCH RESULTS – RAJASTHAN
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Punjab Rajasthan Rajasthan 026 runs Pune Apr 10, 2015
2 Daredevils Rajasthan Rajasthan 003 wkts Delhi Apr 12, 2015
3 Rajasthan Mumbai Rajasthan 007 wkts Ahmedabad Apr 14, 2015
4 Sunrisers Rajasthan Rajasthan 006 wkts Visakhapatnam Apr 16, 2015
5 Rajasthan Chennai Rajasthan 008 wkts Ahmedabad Apr 19, 2015
6 Rajasthan Punjab tied   Ahmedabad Apr 21, 2015
7 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 009 wkts Ahmedabad Apr 24, 2015
8 Kolkata Rajasthan abandoned   Kolkata Apr 26, 2015
9 Bangalore Rajasthan no result   Bangalore Apr 29, 2015
10 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 008 runs Mumbai May 01, 2015
11 Rajasthan Daredevils Rajasthan 014 runs Mumbai (BS) May 03, 2015
12 Rajasthan Sunrisers Sunrisers 007 runs Mumbai (BS) May 07, 2015
13 Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 012 runs Chennai May 10, 2015
14 Rajasthan Kolkata Rajasthan 009 runs Mumbai (BS) May 16, 2015

 

IPL witnesses a unique feat – a team opens its innings with both the openers who have an aggregate of 3000 plus runs

The contrived game between Punjab and Bangalore at Mohali on 13.05.15 witnessed an unique incidence in  the history of IPL. Bangalore opened its innings with CH Gayle and V Kohli. Both the batsmen had an aggregate of 3000 plus runs. CH Gayle had an aggregate of 3078 IPL runs while V Kohli’s aggreate read 3048 IPL runs at the start of the match providing the unique occasion of both the openers having an aggregate of 3000 plus runs.  They scored 17 and 19 runs respectively in this  game and had an aggregate of 3095 and 3068  at the end of the game. Bangalore remains the only team in the Indian Premier League to have two batsmen with an aggregate of 3000 plus  runs

IPL 2015 witness the eighth win by single digit runs margin and shares the record for most such wins with IPL 2013

Mumbai won its IPL game by five runs against Kolkata at Mum-WS on 14.05.15 to provide the eighth win by single digit run  margin in IPL 2015. This equalled the record in the history of IPL for most wins by single digit run margin in a single edition of IPL.  The previous record was eight wins 2013. The following table lists out the teams which have won an IPL game by single digit margin  seasonwise.

No Team1 Team2 Winnner Margin Ground Date
1 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 6 runs Chennai 23.04.08
2 Bangalore Deccan Bangalore 3 runs Bangalore 03.05.08
3 Punjab Kolkata Punjab 9 runs Mohali 03.05.08
4 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 5 runs Kolkata 08.05.08
5 Delhi Punjab Punjab 6 runs Delhi 17.05.08
6 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 3 runs Kolkata 18.05.08
7 Mumbai Punjab Punjab 1 run Mumbai 21.05.08
             
1 Chennai Delhi Delhi 9 runs Durban 23.04.09
2 Punjab Mumbai Punjab 3 runs Durban 29.04.09
3 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 8 runs Durban 01.05.09
4 Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai 9 runs East London 01.05.09
5 Mumbai Rajasthan Rajasthan 2 runs Durban 14.05.09
6 Deccan Punjab Punjab 1 run Johannesburg 17.05.09
7 Bangalore Deccan Deccan 6 runs Johannesburg 24.05.09
             
1 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 4 runs Mumbai (BS) 13.05.10
2 Deccan Punjab Deccan 6 runs Cuttack 19.05.10
3 Deccan Rajasthan Rajasthan 2 runs Nagpur 05.04.10
             
1 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 2 runs Chennai 08.04.11
2 Kolkata Deccan Kolkata 9 runs Kolkata 11.04.11
3 Kolkata Kochi Kochi 6 runs Kolkata 20.04.11
4 Mumbai Chennai Mumbai 8 runs Mumbai 22.04.11
             
1 Kolkata Punjab Punjab 2 runs Kolkata 15.04.12
2 Chennai Punjab Punjab 7 runs Chennai 28.04.12
3 Delhi Rajasthan Delhi 1 run Delhi 29.04.12
4 Pune Mumbai Mumbai 1 run Pune 03.05.12
5 Kolkata Pune Kolkata 7 runs Kolkata 05.05.12
6 Deccan Bangalore Deccan 9 runs Hyd-RGS 20.05.12
             
1 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 2 runs Bangalore 04.04.13
2 Delhi Rajasthan Rajasthan 5 runs Delhi 06.04.13
3 Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 9 runs Chennai 06.04.13
4 Punjab Kolkata Punjab 4 runs Mohali 16.04.13
5 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai 4 runs Mumbai 29.04.13
6 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 4 runs Delhi 10.05.13
7 Kolkata Pune Pune 7 runs Ranchi 15.05.13
8 Punjab Delhi Punjab 7 runs Dharamsala 16.05.13
             
1 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 7 runs Dubai (DSC) 23.04.14
2 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 2 runs Sharjah 24.04.14
3 Sunrisers Delhi Sunrisers 4 runs Dubai (DSC) 25.04.14
             
1 Chennai Delhi Chennai 1 run Chennai 09.04.15
2 Sunrisers Delhi Delhi 4 runs Visakhapatnam 18.04.15
3 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 2 runs Chennai 28.04.15
4 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 8 runs Mumbai 01.05.15
5 Rajasthan Sunrisers Sunrisers 7 runs Mumbai (BS) 07.05.15
6 Delhi Sunrisers Sunrisers 6 runs Raipur 09.05.15
7 Sunrisers Punjab Sunrisers 5 runs Hyd-RGS 11.05.15
8 Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 5 runs Mum-WS 14.05.15

Mumbai’s win by five runs against Kolkata at Mum-WS on 14.05.15 was its eighth win by a single digit run margin in IPL.  Mumbai  is close behind – by just one such win – Punjab which has won by single digit margin on nine occasions and holds the record for such wins in the history of IPL

No Team1 Team2 Winnner Margin Ground Date
1 Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai 9 runs East London 01.05.09
2 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 4 runs Mumbai (BS) 13.05.10
3 Mumbai Chennai Mumbai 8 runs Mumbai 22.04.11
4 Pune Mumbai Mumbai 1 run Pune 03.05.12
5 Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 9 runs Chennai 06.04.13
6 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai 4 runs Mumbai 29.04.13
7 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 8 runs Mumbai 01.05.15
8 Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 5 runs Mum-WS 14.05.15
             
1 Punjab Kolkata Punjab 9 runs Mohali 03.05.08
2 Delhi Punjab Punjab 6 runs Delhi 17.05.08
3 Mumbai Punjab Punjab 1 run Mumbai 21.05.08
4 Punjab Mumbai Punjab 3 runs Durban 29.04.09
5 Deccan Punjab Punjab 1 run Johannesburg 17.05.09
6 Kolkata Punjab Punjab 2 runs Kolkata 15.04.12
7 Chennai Punjab Punjab 7 runs Chennai 28.04.12
8 Punjab Kolkata Punjab 4 runs Mohali 16.04.13
9 Punjab Delhi Punjab 7 runs Dharamsala 16.05.13

 

RA Jadeja bags the 500th IPL Man of the Match Award

RA Jadeja of Chennai has the distinction of bagging the 500th Man of the Match Award in IPL. He was awarded Man of the Match for his bowling performance of 4 for 11 against Rajastahn at Chennai on 10.05.15. The following table lists out the performance of players who have bagged the MoM Award in IPL in multiple of 50 games.

 

No Player Team Runs W-R Opposition M# Venue Season
1 McCullum BB Kolkata 158* 0-00 Bangalore 1 Bangalore 2007-08
50 Vinay Kumar R Bangalore 0 3-27 Deccan 51 Hyd-RGS 2007-08
100 Taylor LRPL Bangalore 46 0-00 Chennai 44 Kingsmead 2008-09
150 Collingwood PD Delhi 75& 0-00 Bangalore 35 Delhi 2009-10
200 Warner DA Delhi 77 0-00 Punjab 26 Delhi 2010-11
250 Rahane AM Rajasthan 98 0-00 Punjab 4 Jaipur 2011-12
300 Hilfenhaus BW Chennai 0 2-08 Rajasthan 56 Jaipur 2011-12
350 Gayle CH Bangalore 175* 0-00 Pune 31 Bangalore 2012-13
400 Patel PA Bangalore 57 0-00 Mumbai 5 Dubai-DSC 19.04.14
450 Vohra M Punjab 47 0-00 Delhi 55 Mohali 24.05.14
500 Jadeja RA Chennai DNB 4-11 Rajasthan 47 Chennai 10.05.15

 

The following table shows the season wise break up and team wise break up of MoM Awards in IPL. Chennai is the only team to bag 75 plus awards – to be exact 78 – and Mumbai  is close behind with 66 awards. Apart from Chennai, Mumbai {66}, Rajasthan {62}, Kolkata {61} and Bangalore {60} are the four teams to bag 60 plus MoM Awards.

 

Seasonwise break up Teamwise break up
Season MoMs Prog Total No Team No
2007-08 58 58 1 Bangalore 60
2008-09 57 115 2 Chennai 78
2009-10 60 175 3 Deccan 28
2010-11 71 246 4 Delhi 46
2011-12 74 320 5 Kochi 06
2012-13 75 395 6 Kolkata 61
2013-14 60 455 7 Mumbai 66
2014-15 45 500 8 Pune 14
      9 Punjab 57
      10 Rajasthan 62
      11 Sunrisers 22
Total 500 500     500

 

 

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