CLT20 Statistical highlights: Bangalore vs Somerset

Updated: 04 October 2011 10:44 IST

Statistical highlights of the Champions League T20 between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Somerset,

New Delhi:

Statistical highlights of the Champions League T20 between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Somerset,

# Bangalore (206/6) have recorded the second highest total in the history of the Champions League Twenty20 - the highest being 213 for four by Trinidad & Tobago against Eagles at Hyderabad (Deccan) on October 18, 2009.

# Chennai Super Kings is the only other team to have made 200 in the Champions League Twenty20 - 200 for three against Wayamba at Centurion on September 15, 2010

# Bangalore's 206 for six is their highest in Twenty20, bettering their 205 for six against Punjab at Bangalore on May 6, 2011.

# Chris Gayle's 86 off 46 balls is the highest individual innings for Bangalore in the CL T20, obliterating the 73 not out by Jacques Kallis against Otago at Bangalore on October 12, 2009.

# Gayle is averaging 44.66 in the Nokia CL T20 - 134 in three matches at a strike rate of 176.31.

# Gayle's tally of eight sixes during his innings of 86 is the second highest in the Champions League Twenty20.  Kieron Pollard hit nine sixes during his outstanding knock of 72 not out off 30 balls for Mumbai against Guyana at Durban on September 16, 2010.

# Gayle has taken his sixes' tally to 144 in Twenty20, emulating Kieron Pollard's tally.  Only David Hussey (167) and Ross Taylor (164) have recorded more sixes than Gayle.

# Gayle has recorded his 14th fifty in Twenty20.

# Gayle has averaged 61.83 for Bangalore in Twenty20 - 742 runs in 15 matches, including two centuries and four fifties.

# Steve Kirby (2/23) was the most successful bowler for Somerset.

# Alfonso Thomas took his tally of wickets to 133 at an average of 20.31 in 112 matches in Twenty20, overtaking Albie Morkel's tally of 131 wickets (ave.27.40) in 157 matches.

# Thomas is the top wicket-taker for Somerset in the Champions League Twenty20 - 11 at an average of 19.09 in nine matches.

# Virat Kohli has become the leading run-getter for Bangalore in the Champions League Twenty20 - 259 (ave.28.77) in 12 matches.

# Royal Challengers Bangalore's 51-run victory is their fifth in twelve matches in the Champions League Twenty20 (Lost 7) - success % 41.66.

# Bangalore's aforesaid win is their second biggest by runs margin in the Champions League Twenty20, next only to the 80-run win over Otago at Bangalore on October 12, 2009.

# Somerset have won four and lost four out of nine contested in the Champions League Twenty20 (No Result 1) - success % 50.00.

# Gayle has received his 13th Man of the Match award in Twenty20 - only Shahid Afridi and Brad Hodge have got more awards (14) in Twenty20.

# Fourteen sixes were registered in Bangalore's innings - a record in the Champions League Twenty20, bettering the 13 by Trinidad against Eagles at Hyderabad on October on October 18, 2009.

# Twenty sixes were recorded in the match, equalling the Champions League Twenty20 record.  The Trinidad vs Eagles game at Hyderabad on October 18, 2009 had registered twenty sixes

# Peter Trego (58 off 38 balls) has posted his sixth fifty in Twenty20. He became the first Somerset player to post two fifties in the Champions League Twenty20.

# Trego became the first Somerset batsman to complete 200 runs in the Champions League Twenty20, aggregating 202 at an average of 25.25 in nine matches.

Topics : Cricket Chris Gayle Somerset Champions League Twenty20, 2011 Kings XI Punjab Kochi Tuskers Kerala Sunrisers Hyderabad Royal Challengers Bangalore Kolkata Knight Riders Deccan Chargers Pune Warriors India
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