Mohali: Statistical highlights of the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Kings XI Punjab on Saturday.
Manoj Tiwary's unbeaten 75 off 47 balls is his second fifty in the 2010 edition of the IPL.
Tiwary's aforesaid knock is his best in Twenty20 - his fifth fifty in 26 innings.
Tiwary became the first and only batsman for Kolkata to record two half-centuries in the third edition of the IPL.
Kolkata's 183 for five is their highest total against Punjab, surpassing the 175 for seven at Kolkata on May 25, 2008.
Kolkata's aforesaid total is their best in the third edition of the IPL, eclipsing the 161 for four against Deccan at Mumbai on March 12.
Kumar Sangakkara's 30 off 27 balls is his highest innings in the 2010 edition of the IPL.
Sangakkara has averaged 18.20 in the 2010 competition - 91 runs in five innings.
Sangakkara, in the course of his 30, became the top scorer for Punjab in the IPL, aggregating 743 runs at an average of 29.72 in 27 innings, surpassing Yuvraj's tally of 738 (ave.23.80) in 34 innings.
Kolkata Knight Riders have posted their third win in five games over Punjab in the IPL.
Punjab became the first team to have lost five games in the third edition of the IPL.
Playing in his 50th Twenty20 game, Sourav Ganguly has celebrated the occasion with a 50 off 40 balls apart from a vital win.
Ganguly has taken his runs' tally to 148 at an average of 24.66 in six games - the highest by any batsman for Kolkata Knight Riders in the third edition of the IPL.
Ganguly's aforesaid knock is his highest in the 2010 edition of the IPL and his fourth IPL fifty overall.
Shalabh Srivastava (2/23) has recorded his best bowling performance in the IPL.
Ganguly and Manoj Tiwary shared a stand of 79 - Kolkata's best third wicket stand against Punjab, obliterating the 51 between Brad Hodge and Ganguly at Port Elizabeth on May 3, 2009.
Yuvraj (24) has made just 99 runs in six innings at an average of 16.50.
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