Mumbai: Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Kochi Tuskers Kerala here.
# Brendon McCullum posted his 15th fifty in Twenty20. His innings is the highest individual for Kochi in the IPL.
# McCullum, playing in his 25th IPL game, recorded his fourth fifty - 81 off 60 balls. McCullum got his second Man of the Match award in the IPL.
# Ambati Rayudu (53) recorded his fourth fifty in the IPL. He has scored 130 runs at an average of 65.00, including two fifties, in IPL 4.
# Rudra Pratap Singh has conceded 74 runs without taking a single wicket in three games in the IPL 4.
# Sachin Tendulkar became the first player to complete 200 runs in the IPL 4, aggregating 201 at a strike rate of 124.07, including one hundred and a fifty. He is yet to be dismissed in the present competition.
# Tendulkar (100 not out off 66 balls) has his maiden hundred in Twenty20.
# Tendulkar's previous highest was an unbeaten 89 off 59 balls against Rajasthan Royals at Jaipur on April 11, 2010.
# Before Tendulkar's hundred, only Sanath Jayasuriya had registered a hundred for Mumbai in the IPL - 114 not out off 48 balls against Chennai at Mumbai on May 14, 2008.
# Mahela Jayawardene (56 off 36 balls) recorded his third half-century in the IPL - his 13th in Twenty20.
# Lasith Malinga has taken nine wickets at an average of 9.66 in three games - the highest by any bowler in the fourth edition of the IPL.
# Both, A B de Villiers and Ravindra Jadeja have recorded six sixes each in the IPL 4.
# Kieron Pollard's economy rate of 14.33 (3-0-43-0) is the worst in the fourth edition of the IPL.
# Kochi (184 for two) posted their highest total in the IPL, eclipsing the 161 for five against Bangalore at Kochi on April 9, 2011.
# Kochi's total is the third highest in IPL 4 - the highest totals being 193 for four by Punjab against Chennai at Mohali on April 13, 2011 and 188 for four by Chennai against Punjab at Mohali in the same match.
# Brad Hodge set a record for the highest run-aggregate in Twenty20, totalling 3482 at an average of 35.17 in 116 matches. He eclipsed David Hussey's aggregate of 3476 at an average of 32.79 in 137 matches.
# Kochi recorded their first win in the IPL. Only Delhi Daredevils are without a win in the present edition of the IPL.
# Tendulkar's aggregate of 1371 at an average of 45.70, including one century and nine fifties, in 38 matches is the second highest in the IPL overall, behind Suresh Raina, who is the leading run-scorer in the IPL with 1408 runs at an average of 37.05.
# Tendulkar and Rayudu were associated in a second wicket stand of 116 - Mumbai Indians' highest in the IPL, surpassing the 110 (unbroken) by the same pair against Bangalore at Bangalore on April 12, 2011.
# Vinay Kumar conceded 48 runs in his four overs - the most by a bowler in the present edition of the IPL.
# McCullum and Mahela Jayawardene shared a stand of 128 for the first wicket - Kochi's highest for any wicket in the IPL, outstripping the 88 for the fifth wicket between Ravindra Jadeja and Brad Hodge against Pune at Mumbai on April 13, 2011.
# Kochi's previous highest opening stand in the IPL was 80 between Brendon McCullum and VVS Laxman against Bangalore at Kochi on April 9, 2011.