Champions League T20 Statistical Highlights: Somerset vs Auckland

Updated: 27 September 2011 01:36 IST

Statistical highlights of the Champions League T20 qualifier between the Auckland Aces and Somerset.

New Delhi:

Statistical highlights of the Champions League T20 qualifier between the Auckland Aces and Somerset.

# Auckland have lost both their matches in the Champions League Twenty20.

# Somerset have posted their second victory in five games in the Champions League Twenty20 (lost two) - winning % 40.00

# Somerset have won both their matches in the Champions League Twenty20 off the last ball

# Somerset's well-deserved four-wicket victory is their largest in the Champions League Twenty20, surpassing their one-wicket win over Deccan at Hyderabad on October 10, 2009.

# Jimmy Adams has posted his eighth duck in Twenty20.

# Nick Compton has recorded his sixth duck in Twenty20.

# Hildreth and Snell were involved in a stand of 61 for the sixth wicket - the highest and the match-winning partnership. 

# Lou Vincent (47 not out off 47 balls) has top-scored for Auckland.

# Vincent (1904 runs at an average of 26.08, including two hundreds and eight fifties, in 81 matches) needs 96 runs to complete his 2,000 runs in Twenty20.

# Alfonso Thomas took his tally of wickets to 130 at an average of 20.02 in 108 matches.  The said tally is the second highest in Twenty20, next only to Dirk Nannes' 153 (ave.19.75) in 117 matches.

# Snell has received his first Man of the Match award in the Champions League Twenty20.

Topics : Cricket Somerset Auckland Suresh Raina Davy Jacobs MS Dhoni Champions League Twenty20, 2011
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