New Delhi: Statistical Highlights of the high-scoring Champions League T20 clash between South Australia Redbacks and Kolkata Knight Riders.
# South Australia (188/5) have recorded their second highest total in the Champions League Twenty20 - the highest being 191 for six against Guyana at Johannesburg on September 21, 2010.
# The aforesaid total is the highest by any team in the 2011-12 edition of the Champions League Twenty20, obliterating Warriors' 173 for seven against Bangalore at Bangalore on September 23, 2011.
# Callum Ferguson and Daniel Christian put on 84 for the fourth wicket - South Australia's second highest in the CL T20, next only to the 88 between Ferguson and Borgas against Guyana at Johannesburg on September 21, 2010.
# Ferguson (70 not out off 40 balls) has recorded his fourth fifty in Twenty20.
# Ferguson enjoys an impressive record in the Champions League Twenty20 - 277 (ve.55.40) in seven matches.
# Daniel Harris, during his innings of 26, has completed his 1,000 runs in Twenty20 - 1004 at an average of 34.62 in 32 matches.
# Michael Klinger (20) has taken his run-aggregate in the Champions League Twenty20 to 280 at an average of 46.66 in seven games - the most for South Australia.
# South Australia have registered their fifth victory in seven games in the Champions League Twenty20 - success % 71.42.
# South Australia's well-deserved 19-run victory is their biggest in terms of runs in the Champions League Twenty20, eclipsing the 15-run win over Guyana at Johannesburg on September 21, 2010.
# Kolkata Knight Riders have won one and lost three out of four contested in the Champions League Twenty20 - success % 75.00.
# Jacques Kallis is averaging over 50 in the Champions League Twenty20 - 267 runs (ave.53.40) in eight matches, including two fifties.
# With eleven wickets each, Harris and Christian share a record for most wickets for South Australia in the Champions League Twenty20.
# Gary Putland (3/31) has registered his best bowling performance in Twenty20.
# Kolkata Knight Riders (169) have posted their highest total in the Champions League, surpassing the 161 for three agrainst Somerset at Uppal on September 25, 2011.