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List of bowlers who have captured five or more wickets in an innings in Indian Premier League

List of bowlers who have captured five or more wickets in an innings in Indian Premier League

HV Patel of Bangalore, AD Russell of Kolkata and Arshdeep Singh of Punjab captured five wickets in an innings in  the recently concluded Indian premier Leauge 2021 to swell the occasions of bowlers capturing  five or  more wickets in Indian Premier League  to 24. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerW-RTeamOppositionGroundDate
1Sohail Tanvir6-14Rajasthanv ChennaiJaipur04.05.08
2L Balaji5-24Chennaiv DelhiChennai10.05.08
3A Mishra5-17Delhiv DeccanDelhi15.05.08
4A Kumble5-05Bangalorev RajasthanCape Town18.04.09
5SL Malinga5-13Mumbaiv DelhiDelhi10.04.11
6Harbhajan Singh5-18Mumbaiv ChennaiMumbai22.04.11
7I Sharma5-12Deccanv KochiKochi27.04.11
8MM Patel5-21Mumbaiv DelhiMohali10.05.11
9RA Jadeja5-16Chennaiv DeccanVizag07.04.12
10AD Mascarenhas5-25Delhiv PuneMohali12.04.12
11SP Narine5-19Kolkatav DelhiKolkata15.04.12
12JP Faulkner5-20Rajasthanv SunrisersJaipur27.04.13
13JD Unadkat5-25Bangalorev DelhiDelhi10.05.13
14JP Faulkner5-16Rajasthanv SunrisersHyd-RGS17.05.13
15A Zampa6-19Supergiantsv SunrisersVizag10.05.16
16AJ Tye5-17Guj Lionsv SupergiantRajkot14.04.17
17B Kumar5-19Sunrisersv DelhiHyd-RGS17.04.17
18JD Unadkat5-30Supergiantv SunrisersHyd-RGS06.05.17
19AS Rajpoot5-14Delhiv SunrisersHyd-RGS26.04.18
20AS Joseph6-12Mumbaiv SunrisersHyd-RGS06.04.19
21CV Varun5-20Kolkatav CapitalsAbu Dhabi24.10.20
22HV Patel5-27Bangalorev MumbaiChennai09.04.21
23AD Russell5-15Kolkatav MumbaiChennai13.04.21
24Arshdeep Singh5-32Punjabv RajasthanDub-DSC21.09.21

HV Patel of Bangalore, AD Russell of Kolkata and Arshdeep Singh of Punjab captured five wickets in an innings in  the recently concluded Indian premier Leauge 2021 to swell the occasions of Indian bowlers capturing  five or  more wickets in Indian Premier League  to 12. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerW-RTeamOppositionGroundDate
1L Balaji5-24Chennaiv DelhiChennai10.05.08
2A Mishra5-17Delhiv DeccanDelhi15.05.08
3A Kumble5-05Bangalorev RajasthanCape Town18.04.09
4Harbhajan Singh5-18Mumbaiv ChennaiMumbai22.04.11
5I Sharma5-12Deccanv KochiKochi27.04.11
6MM Patel5-21Mumbaiv DelhiMohali10.05.11
7RA Jadeja5-16Chennaiv DeccanVizag07.04.12
8JD Unadkat5-25Bangalorev DelhiDelhi10.05.13
9B Kumar5-19Sunrisersv DelhiHyd-RGS17.04.17
10JD Unadkat5-30Supergiantv SunrisersHyd-RGS06.05.17
11AS Rajpoot5-14Delhiv SunrisersHyd-RGS26.04.18
12CV Varun5-20Kolkatav CapitalsAbu Dhabi24.10.20
13HV Patel5-27Bangalorev MumbaiChennai09.04.21
14Arshdeep Singh5-32Punjabv RajasthanDubai (DSC)21.09.21

JU Unadkat and JP Faulkner are the two bowlers who have captured five fors on two occasions.

NoPlayerW-RTeamOppositionGroundDate
1JD Unadkat5-25Bangalorev DelhiDelhi10.05.13
2JD Unadkat5-30Supergiantv SunrisersHyd-RGS06.05.17
       
1JP Faulkner5-20Rajasthanv SunrisersJaipur27.04.13
2JP Faulkner5-16Rajasthanv SunrisersHyd-RGS17.05.13
Captain and wicket keeper of the same team scoring duck in a game in Indian Premier League

Captain and wicket keeper of the same team scoring duck in a game in Indian Premier League

KRD Karthik and EJG Morgan  scored ducks  in  the game between Kolkata and Delhi at Sharjah on 13.10.21 to provide the fourth occasion of captain and wicket keeper of the same team scoring ducks in an IPL game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Batsman    RunsTeamOppositionVenueDate
1KRV Uthappa00BangalorePunjabDurban24.04.09
2CKP Pietersen00BangalorePunjabDurban24.04.09
        
1CV Kohli00BangaloreGujaratBangalore24.05.16
2KKL Rahul00BangaloreGujaratBangalore24.05.16
        
1KIshan Kishan00MumbaiBangaloreBangalore01.05.18
2CRG Sharma00MumbaiBangaloreBangalore01.05.18
        
1KKRD Karthik00KolkataDelhiSharjah13.10.21
2CEJG Morgan00KolkataDelhiSharjah13.10.21
Chennai holds the record for winning a game on most occasions-seven-on the last ball of the match

Chennai holds the record for winning a game on most occasions-seven-on the last ball of the match

Indian Premier League has witnessed 32 occasions of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBRTargetOppositionGroundDate
1Chennai4 wkts0188DelhiDelhi08.05.08
2Rajasthan5 wkts0146MumbaiJaipur26.05.08
3Rajasthan3 wkts0164ChennaiMumbai01.06.08
4Punjab6 wkts0154KolkataP Elizabeth03.05.09
5Deccan6 wkts0161KolkataJohannesburg16.05.09
6Kolkata7 wkts0189ChennaiCenturion18.05.09
7Mumbai7 wkts0119PuneMumbai20.04.11
8Mumbai5 wkts0176KolkataKolkata22.05.11
9Mumbai5 wkts0139DeccanVizag09.04.12
10Chennai5 wkts0206BangaloreChennai12.04.12
11Bangalore6 wkts0183PuneBangalore17.04.12
12Chennai7 wkts0147RajasthanChennai21.04.12
13Mumbai2 wkts0174ChennaiMumbai06.05.12
14Punjab4 wkts0191DeccanMohali13.05.12
15Chennai5 wkts0159KolkataKolkata14.05.12
16Rajasthan3 wkts0185DelhiDelhi12.04.15
17Rajasthan6 wkts0128SunrisersVizag16.04.15
18Gujarat3 wkts0144MumbaiMumbai16.04.16
19Gujarat3 wkts0196Ris PunePune-MCA29.04.16
20Delhi6 wkts0159SunrisersRaipur20.05.16
21Ris Pune4 wkts0173PunjabVizag21.05.16
22Ris Pune6 wkts0177SunrisersPune-MCA22.04.17
23Sunrisers1 wkt0148MumbaiHyd-RGS12.04.18
24Delhi7 wkts0195MumbaiMumbai14.04.18
25Mumbai3 wkts0197PunjabMumbai10.04.19
26Chennai4 wkts0152RajasthanJaipur11.04.19
27Punjab8 wkts0172BangaloreSharjah15.10.20
28Chennai6 wkts0173KolkataDub-DSC29.10.20
29Bangalore2 wkts0160MumbaiChennai09.04.21
30Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21
31Chennai2 wkts0172KolkataA Dhabi26.09.21
32Bangalore7 wkts0165DelhiDub-DSC08.10.21

Indian Premier League 2021 has witnessed four occasions of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBRTargetOppositionGroundDate
1Bangalore2 wkts0160MumbaiChennai09.04.21
2Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21
3Chennai2 wkts0172KolkataA Dhabi26.09.21
4Bangalore7 wkts0165DelhiDub-DSC08.10.21

Break up team wise is furnished below

NoWinnerMarginBRTargetOppositionGroundDate
1Bangalore6 wkts0183PuneBangalore17.04.12
2Bangalore2 wkts0160MumbaiChennai09.04.21
3Bangalore7 wkts0165DelhiDub-DSC08.10.21
        
1Chennai4 wkts0188DelhiDelhi08.05.08
2Chennai5 wkts0206BangaloreChennai12.04.12
3Chennai7 wkts0147RajasthanChennai21.04.12
4Chennai5 wkts0159KolkataKolkata14.05.12
5Chennai4 wkts0152RajasthanJaipur11.04.19
6Chennai6 wkts0173KolkataDub-DSC29.10.20
7Chennai2 wkts0172KolkataA Dhabi26.09.21
        
1Deccan6 wkts0161KolkataJohannesburg16.05.09
        
1Delhi6 wkts0159SunrisersRaipur20.05.16
2Delhi7 wkts0195MumbaiMumbai14.04.18
        
1Gujarat3 wkts0144MumbaiMumbai16.04.16
2Gujarat3 wkts0196Ris PunePune-MCA29.04.16
        
1Kolkata7 wkts0189ChennaiCenturion18.05.09
        
1Mumbai7 wkts0119PuneMumbai20.04.11
2Mumbai5 wkts0176KolkataKolkata22.05.11
3Mumbai5 wkts0139DeccanVizag09.04.12
4Mumbai2 wkts0174ChennaiMumbai06.05.12
5Mumbai3 wkts0197PunjabMumbai10.04.19
6Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21
        
1Punjab6 wkts0154KolkataP Elizabeth03.05.09
2Punjab4 wkts0191DeccanMohali13.05.12
3Punjab8 wkts0172BangaloreSharjah15.10.20
        
1Rajasthan5 wkts0146MumbaiJaipur26.05.08
2Rajasthan3 wkts0164ChennaiMumbai01.06.08
3Rajasthan3 wkts0185DelhiDelhi12.04.15
4Rajasthan6 wkts0128SunrisersVizag16.04.15
        
1Ris Pune4 wkts0173PunjabVizag21.05.16
2Ris Pune6 wkts0177SunrisersPune-MCA22.04.17
        
1Sunrisers1 wkt0148MumbaiHyd-RGS12.04.18

Chennai holds the record for winning most times – seven times. Its win against Kolkata at Abu Dhabi on 26.09.21 was the seventh occasion. Prior to this win, Chennai and Mumbai had won on six occasions

NoWinnerMarginBRTargetOppositionGroundDate
1Chennai4 wkts0188DelhiDelhi08.05.08
2Chennai5 wkts0206BangaloreChennai12.04.12
3Chennai7 wkts0147RajasthanChennai21.04.12
4Chennai5 wkts0159KolkataKolkata14.05.12
5Chennai4 wkts0152RajasthanJaipur11.04.19
6Chennai6 wkts0173KolkataDub-DSC29.10.20
7Chennai2 wkts0172KolkataA Dhabi26.09.21
        
1Mumbai7 wkts0119PuneMumbai20.04.11
2Mumbai5 wkts0176KolkataKolkata22.05.11
3Mumbai5 wkts0139DeccanVizag09.04.12
4Mumbai2 wkts0174ChennaiMumbai06.05.12
5Mumbai3 wkts0197PunjabMumbai10.04.19
6Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21
KL Rahul became the first Indian batsman to aggregate 600 plus runs in three editions of Indian Premier League

KL Rahul became the first Indian batsman to aggregate 600 plus runs in three editions of Indian Premier League

Indian Premier League has witnessed 22 occasions of a batsman scoring  600 plus runs in an edition. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerMI`NORunsTeamEdition
1V Kohli16164973Bangalore  2016
2DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
3KS Williamson17173735Sunrisers 2018
4CH Gayle15142733Bangalore  2012
5MEK Hussey17173733Chennai  2013
6CH Gayle16164708Bangalore  2013
7DA Warner12122692Sunrisers 2019
8AB de Villiers16163687Bangalore  2016
9RR Pant14141684Delhi   2018
10KL Rahul14142670Punjab 2020
11RV Uthappa16161660Kolkata   2014
12KL Rahul14142659Punjab  2018
13DA Warner14143641Sunrisers   2017
14RD Gaikwad16162635Chennai2021
15V Kohli16162634Bangalore  2013
16F du Plessis16162633Chennai  2021
17KL Rahul13133626Punjab  2021
18SR Tendulkar15152618Mumbai   2009
19S Dhawan17173618Delhi  2020
20SE Marsh11112616Punjab  2007
21CH Gayle12123608Bangalore  2011
22AT Rayudu16162602Chennai  2018

CH Gayle, DA Warner and KL Rahul are the three batsmen who have scored 600 plus runs in three editions. KL Rahul emulated CH Gayle and DA Warner by scored 626 runs in the just concluded 2021 edition.  He had scored 670 runs in 2020 edition and 659 run in 2018 edition

NoPlayerMI`NORunsTeamEdition
1CH Gayle15142733Bangalore  2012
2CH Gayle16164708Bangalore  2013
3CH Gayle12123608Bangalore  2011
        
1DA Warner17173848Sunrisers  2016
2DA Warner12122692Sunrisers 2019
3DA Warner14143641Sunrisers   2017
        
1KL Rahul14142670Punjab 2020
2KL Rahul14142659Punjab  2018
3KL Rahul13133626Punjab  2021

KL Rahul became the first Indian batsman to aggregate 600 plus runs in three editions of Indian Premier League

Batsmen partnering 9000 plus run in Indian Premier League

Batsmen partnering 9000 plus run in Indian Premier League

Five batsmen – V Kohli, S Dhawan, SK Raina, RG Sharma and DA Warner have partnered 10000 plus runs in IPL, while AB de Villiers, RV Uthappa, MS Dhoni, G Gambhir  and CH Gayle has partnered runs between 9000 and 10000 runs. The following table lists the runs partnered by these ten batsmen. The table also includes the number of partnerships and unfinished partnerships. Notations – UF Unfinished partnerships :  P-Runs- Partnership Runs : C-Runs – Career Runs

NoPlayerNo/UFP-RunsC-RunsInns
1V Kohli401/30127906076191
2S Dhawan361/21121045577183
3S K Raina369/29114415491195
4R G Sharma417/29112795480202
5D A Warner295/18105635447148
      
NoPlayerNo/UFP-RunsC-RunsInns
6A B de Villiers321/3597225056162
7R V Uthappa351/1694934607182
8M S Dhoni345/6493694669186
9G Gambhir299/1592564217152
10C H Gayle252/1490894950139
Bowlers dismissing batsmen on five or more occasions in Indian Premier League

Bowlers dismissing batsmen on five or more occasions in Indian Premier League

The following table lists the bowlers who have dismissed batsmen on five or more occasions in Indian Premier League. There are three occasions of bowlers dismissing batsmen on seven occasions, 13 occasions of bowlers dismissing batsmen on six occasions and 18 occasions of bowlers dismissing batsmen on five occasions

NoBowlerBatsmanDis
1Z KhanDhoni, M S7
2Sandeep SharmaKohli, V7
3A MishraSharma, R G7
    
4A NehraKohli, V6
5J J BumrahPant, R R6
6A R PatelWatson, S R6
7P P OjhaDhoni, M S6
8Z KhanGambhir, G6
9B KumarPatel, P A6
10B KumarRahane, A M6
11M M SharmaRayudu, A T6
12S P NarineSharma, R G6
13R AshwinUthappa, R V6
14A MishraWatson, S R6
15P P ChawlaRayudu, A T6
16R Vinay KumarSharma, R G6
    
17R SharmaSangakkara, K C5
18Imran TahirIshan Kishan5
19D L ChaharShaw, P P5
20A D RussellIyer, S S5
21S P NarineWatson, S R5
22R A JadejaMaxwell, G J5
23Y S ChahalSamson, S V5
24P P OjhaGambhir, G5
25R A JadejaSmith, S P D5
26A MishraMaxwell, G J5
27Harbhajan SinghGayle, C H5
28D J J BravoSharma, R G5
29R AshwinGayle, C H5
30Harbhajan SinghRaina, S K5
31R A JadejaWatson, S R5

A Mishra and RA Jadeja are the two bowlers who have dismissed batsman on five or more occasions three times in Indian Premier League. The following table lists the batsmen dismissed by these two bowlers along with number of occasions.

NoBowlerBatsmanDis
1A MishraSharma, R G7
2A MishraWatson, S R6
3A MishraMaxwell, G J5
    
1R A JadejaMaxwell, G J5
2R A JadejaSmith, S P D5
3R A JadejaWatson, S R5

RG Sharma and SR Watson are the two batsmen who have dismissed by bowlers on five or more occasions four times in Indian Premier League. The following table lists the bowlers who have dismissed by these two batsmen along with number of occasions.

NoBowlerBatsmanDis
1A MishraSharma, R G7
2D J J BravoSharma, R G5
3R Vinay KumarSharma, R G6
4S P NarineSharma, R G6
    
1A MishraWatson, S R6
2A R PatelWatson, S R6
3R A JadejaWatson, S R5
4S P NarineWatson, S R5
Mayank Agarwal’s 99 not out

Mayank Agarwal’s 99 not out

Mayank Agarwal’s 99 not out in the ongoing Indian Premier League against Delhi representing Pun on 02 May 21 has the following statistical accreditations in the history of Indian Premier League

He became the sixth captain in the history of Indian Premier League to score a fifty on captaincy debut. He was deputizing for the regular captain of Punjab who could not take the field as he underwent surgery for appendicitis. The following table lists the captains who have achieved the feat.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1AJ Finch64PunePunMohali21.04.13
2M Vijay55PunGujRajkot01.05.16
3SS  Iyer93*DelKolDelhi27.04.18
4KA Pollard83MumPunMumbai10.04.19
5SV Samson119RajPunMumbai12.04.21
6MA Agqrwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21

He is the second Punjab captain to score a fifty on captaincy debut after M Vijay. M Vijay had scored 55 against Gujarat at Rajkot on 01.05.16

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1M Vijay55PunGujRajkot01.05.16
2MA Agqrwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21

He is the second captain to score a ninety on captaincy debut after SS Iyer. SS Iyer had scored 93 not out representing Delhi against Kolkata at Del on 27.04.18

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1SS  Iyer93*DelKolkataDelhi27.04.18
2MA Agqrwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21

He became the seventh batsman in the history of Indian Premier League to score ninety nine. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1SK Raina99*CheSunHyd-RGS08.05.13
2CH Gayle99*PunBanMohali13.04.19
3V Kohli99BanDelDelhi10.05.13
4PP Shaw99DelKolDelhi30.03.19
5I Kishan99MumBanDub-DSC28.09.20
6CH Gayle99PunRajA Dhabi30.10.20
7MA Agarwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21

He became the third batsman in the history of Indian Premier League to score ninety nine and remain not out.  All such occasions are tabulated below. He is the only captain to score 99 not out in the history of Indian Premier League.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1SK Raina99*CheSunHyd-RGS08.05.13
2CH Gayle99*PunBanMohali13.04.19
3MA Agarwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21

MA Agarwal’s 99 not out provide the 15th occasion of a captain scoring ninety in Indian Premier League.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate 
1V Sehwag94*DelDecHyd-RGS22.04.08 
2SC Ganguly91KolDecHyd-RGS11.05.08 
3G Gambhir93KolBanKolkata28.04.12 
4V Kohli99BanDelDelhi10.05.13 
5RG Sharma98*MumKolKolkata08.04.15 
6DA Warner91SunKolVizag22.04.15 
7G Gambhir90*KolSunHyd-RGS16.04.16 
8DA Warner90*SunMumHyd-RGS18.04.16 
9DA Warner92SunBanHyd-RGS30.04.16 
10DA Warner93*SunGujDelhi27.05.16 
11KD Karthik97*KolRajKolkata25.04.19 
12V Kohli90*BanCheDub-DSC10.10.20 
13KL Rahul91PunRajMumbai12.04.21 
14KL Rahul91*PunBanAhm’bad30.04.21  
15MA Agarwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21  

MA Agarwal’s 99 not out provide the third occasion of a Punjab captain scoring ninety in Indian Premier League.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate 
1KL Rahul91PunRajMumbai12.04.21 
2KL Rahul91*PunBanAhm’bad30.04.21  
3MA Agarwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21  

MA Agarwal’s 99 not out provide the ninth occasion of a captain scoring ninety and remaining not out in Indian Premier League.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate 
1V Sehwag94*DelDecDeccan22.04.08 
2RG Sharma98*MumKolKolkata08.04.15 
3G Gambhir90*KolSunHyd-RGS16.04.16 
4DA Warner90*SunMumHyd-RGS18.04.16 
5DA Warner93*SunGujDel27.05.16 
6KD Karthik97*KolRajKolkata25.04.19 
7V Kohli90*BanCheDub-DSC10.10.20 
8KL Rahul91*PunBanAhm’bad30.04.21  
9MA Agarwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21  

Pun lost the game and MA Agarwal’s 99 not out provide the 105th occasion of a captain’s fifty in a losing cause. It also provides the 14th occasion of a Punjab captain’s fifty in a losing cause.

Pun lost the game and MA Agarwal’s 99 not out provide the fourth occasion of a captain’s ninety in a losing cause. It also provides the first occasion of a Punjab captain’s ninety in a losing cause. All the four occasions are tabulated below. It is interesting to note that all these four knocks are unbeaten knocks.

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppVenueDate
1RG Sharma98*MumKolKolkata08.04.15
2V Kohli92*BanMumBan17.04.18
3KD Karthik97*KolRajKolkata25.04.19
4MA Agarwal99*PunDelAhm’bad02.05.21

MA  Agarwal was awarded Man of the Math for his knock of 99 not out in this game, depite his team Punjab losing the game. He became the 17th cricketer to be awarded Man of the Match on a losing side in Indian Premier League.

NoBatsmanTeamOppGroundDateBatBowlDis
1S GoswamiBanDelBangalore19.05.0852 02
2JA MorkelCheRajChennai24.05.08713/22 
3Yuvraj SinghPunBanDurban01.05.0950  
4A KumbleBanDecJo’burg24.05.09 4/16 
5YK PathanRajMumMumBS13.05.10100  
6Yuvraj SinghPuneDelMumbai17.04.1166*4/39 
7R SharmaPuneMumMumbai04.05.11 2/17 
8SP NarineKolPunKolkata15.04.12 5/19 
9DW SteynDecMumMumbai29.04.12 2/10 
10V KohliBanGujRajkot24.04.16100*  
11CJ MorrisDelGujDelhi27.05.1682*2/35 
12A ZampaRPuneSunVizag10.05.16 6/19 
13HM AmlaPunSunMohali15.05.1696  
14AS RajpootPunSunHyd-RGS26.04.18085/14 
15S DhawanDelPunDub-DSC20.10.20106  
16SV SamsonRajPunMumbai12.04.21119  
17MA AgarwalPunDelAhm’bad02.05.2199*  

He became the fourth Punjab cricketer to be awarded Man of the Match on a losing side in Indian Premier League.

NoBatsmanTeamOppGroundDateBatBowlDis
1Yuvraj SinghPunBanDurban01.05.0950  
2HM AmlaPunSunMohali15.05.1696  
3AS RajpootPunSunHyd-RGS26.04.18085/14 
4MA AgarwalPunDelAhm’bad02.05.2199*  
Two three figure partnerships in the same innings in Indian Premier League

Two three figure partnerships in the same innings in Indian Premier League

Indian Premier League witnessed for the first time two three figure partnerships posted in the same innings. Chennai posted two three figure partnerships in its game against Mumbai at Delhi on 01.05.21. F du Plessis-Moeen Ali posted 108 runs for the second  wicket and AT Rayudu-RA Jadeja partnered 106 runs in an unfinished stand for the fifth wicket

Teams winning a game on the last ball of the match in Indian Premier League

Teams winning a game on the last ball of the match in Indian Premier League

Mumbai won its game against Chennai on 01.05.21 on the last ball of the match in the ongoing IPL to provide the 30th occasion of a team winning an IPL game on the last ball of the match in the history of IPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoWinnerMarginBRTarOppositionGroundDate
1Chennai4 wkts0188DelhiDelhi08.05.08
2Rajasthan5 wkts0146MumbaiJaipur26.05.08
3Rajasthan3 wkts0164ChennaiMumbai01.06.08
4Punjab6 wkts0154KolkataP Elizabeth03.05.09
5Deccan6 wkts0161KolkataJo’burg16.05.09
6Kolkata7 wkts0189ChennaiCenturion18.05.09
7Mumbai7 wkts0119PuneMumbai20.04.11
8Mumbai5 wkts0176KolkataKolkata22.05.11
9Mumbai5 wkts0139DeccanVizag09.04.12
10Chennai5 wkts0206BangaloreChennai12.04.12
11Bangalore6 wkts0183PuneBangalore17.04.12
12Chennai7 wkts0147RajasthanChennai21.04.12
13Mumbai2 wkts0174ChennaiMumbai06.05.12
14Punjab4 wkts0191DeccanMohali13.05.12
15Chennai5 wkts0159KolkataKolkata14.05.12
16Rajasthan3 wkts0185DelhiDelhi12.04.15
17Rajasthan6 wkts0128SunrisersVizag16.04.15
18Gujarat3 wkts0144MumbaiMumbai16.04.16
19Gujarat3 wkts0196Ris PunePune-MCA29.04.16
20Delhi6 wkts0159SunrisersRaipur20.05.16
21Ris Pune4 wkts0173PunjabVizag21.05.16
22Ris Pune6 wkts0177SunrisersPune-MCA22.04.17
23Sunrisers1 wkt0148MumbaiHyd-RGS12.04.18
24Delhi7 wkts0195MumbaiMumbai14.04.18
25Mumbai3 wkts0197PunjabMumbai10.04.19
26Chennai4 wkts0152RajasthanJaipur11.04.19
27Punjab8 wkts0172BangaloreSharjah15.10.20
28Chennai6 wkts0173KolkataDub-DSC29.10.20
29Bangalore2 wkts0160MumbaiChennai09.04.21
30Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21

It also provides the sixth occasion of Mumbai winning an IPL game. All such occasions are tabulated below. Mumbai became the second team in the history of IPL to win an IPL game on six occasions after Chennai.

NoWinnerMarginBRTarOppositionGroundDate
1Chennai4 wkts0188DelhiDelhi08.05.08
2Chennai5 wkts0206BangaloreChennai12.04.12
3Chennai7 wkts0147RajasthanChennai21.04.12
4Chennai5 wkts0159KolkataKolkata14.05.12
5Chennai4 wkts0152RajasthanJaipur11.04.19
6Chennai6 wkts0173KolkataDub-DSC29.10.20
        
1Mumbai7 wkts0119PuneMumbai20.04.11
2Mumbai5 wkts0176KolkataKolkata22.05.11
3Mumbai5 wkts0139DeccanVizag09.04.12
4Mumbai2 wkts0174ChennaiMumbai06.05.12
5Mumbai3 wkts0197PunjabMumbai10.04.19
6Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21

Mumbai’s win provides the fourth occasion of a team winning a game on the last ball of the match against Chennai. All such occasions are tabulated below. Mumbai has won the game against Chennai on two occasions.

NoWinnerMarginBRTarOppositionGroundDate
1Rajasthan3 wkts0164ChennaiMumbai01.06.08
2Kolkata7 wkts0189ChennaiCenturion18.05.09
3Mumbai2 wkts0174ChennaiMumbai06.05.12
4Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21

There are only two occasions of a team chasing a target of 200 plus runs and winning the game on the last ball of the  match. Both the occasions  are listed below. Mumbai has chased the highest target of 219 to win thegame on the last ball of the match.

NoWinnerMarginBRTarOppositionGroundDate
1Mumbai4 wkts0219ChennaiDelhi01.05.21
2Chennai5 wkts0206BangaloreChennai12.04.12
SK Raina becomes the fourth cricketer to appear in 200 plus games in Indian Premier League

SK Raina becomes the fourth cricketer to appear in 200 plus games in Indian Premier League

SK Raina became the fourth cricketer in the history of Indian Premier League  to appear in 200 plus games. His 200th game was today’s game between Chennai and Mumbai at Delhi. Others are – MS Dhoni {211}, RG Sharma {207} and KD Karthik {203}. MS Dhoni and RG Sharma represent Chennai and Mumbai respectively in today’s game

NoPlayerMatRunsHSCWCtSt
1MS Dhoni211466984*011739
2RG Sharma2075445109*115890
3KD Karthik203394697*012131
4SK Raina2005489100*1251040