Here are the statistical highlights of the match between Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore on Thursday. Kallis is the leading run-scorer in the 2010 edition of the IPL, aggregating 198 in three innings, including two fifties.
Kallis has received his fourth Man of the Match award in the IPL - the most for Bangalore.. He has registered 40-plus and bagged two wickets in an IPL game for the first time.
Yusuf Pathan became the first player to post ten sixes in the 2010 competition.
The first bowler to accomplish a hat-trick for Bangalore is Praveen Kumar. He became the sixth bowler to achieve the distinction. In the second edition in South Africa, Yuvraj Singh had recorded two hat-tricks.
Praveen's figures of 3/18 are his best in Twenty20 and his tally of 29 wickets (ave.28.86) in 29 games is exceeded only by Anil Kumble for Bangalore in the IPL - 31 (ave.23.19) in 29 matches.
Bangalore's excellent ten-wicket win is their biggest in the IPL. The said victory is the third by such a margin in the IPL - the previous two ten-wicket wins in the IPL were - Deccan vs. Mumbai at Mumbai on April 27, 2008 and Delhi vs. Punjab at Cape Town on April 19, 2009.
The aforesaid win for Bangalore with 56 balls to spare, is the second biggest in terms of balls remaining in the history of the IPL. Mumbai had defeated Kolkata by eight wickets with 87 balls to spare at Mumbai on May 16, 2008.
Rajasthan Royals' 92 is the lowest total in the 2010 edition, surpassing Kolkata's 109 against Chennai at Kolkata on March 16.