Statistical highlights of the Champions League T20 qualifier between Trinidad and Tobago vs. Leicestershire
# Ravi Rampaul (4/14) has recorded his third instance of four wickets or more in an innings in Twenty20.
# Rampaul's excellent figures are the best in the Champions League Twenty20, eclipsing the 4 for 17 by Cornelius de Villiers for Eagles vs. Somerset at Uppal on October 16, 2009.
# Trinidad have won seven out of eight contested in the Champions League Twenty20 - their winning percentage is 87.50.
# Trinidad's 51-run victory is their largest by runs margin in the Champions League Twenty20, bettering the 44-run win over Somerset at Bangalore on October 12, 2009.
# Lendl Simmons and Adrian Barath were involved in a stand of 139Â for the first wicket - Trinidad's best for any wicket in Twenty20, surpassing the 114 between Kieron Pollard and Daren Ganga for the third wicket against Nevis at Coolidge, on August 11, 2006.
# Simmons (67) has posted his sixth fifty in Twenty20.
# Simmons is the first batsman to amass 600 runs for Trinidad in Twenty20, aggregating 606 (ave.26.34), including four fifties, in 26 matches.
# Barath is second in terms of runs' tally for Trinidad in Twenty20 - 546 at an average of 36.40, including five fifties, in 18 matches.
# Barath has got the Man of the Match for the second time in the Champions League Twenty20.
# Samuel Badree has completed his 25 wickets for Trinidad in Twenty20 at an average of 15.96 in 27 matches.
# James Taylor (56 off 47 balls) has recorded his sixth fifty.
# In the course of his aforesaid fifty, Taylor has completed 1,000 runs in Twenty20, aggregating 1042 at an average of 35.93 in 46 matches.
# Four batsmen from Leicestershire have registered ducks against Trinidad - the second worst performance by a team in the Champions League Twenty20.Â Wayamba had posted five ducks against Victoria at Centurion on September 20, 2010.