Statistical Highlights: Chennai vs Punjab

Updated: 21 May 2009 07:05 IST

Statistical Highlights of the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings vs Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday.

Statistical Highlights: Chennai vs Punjab

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Statistical Highlights of the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings vs Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday.

  • In terms of economy rate, Muttiah Muralitharan (4-0-8-2) has produced the fourth best bowling figures (2.00) in the IPL 2009.

  • Muralitharan has received his second Man of the Match award in the IPL.

  • Kings XI Punjab (92) have recorded their lowest ever score in the IPL. Overall, the said total is the sixth lowest in the IPL.

  • Kings XI Punjab's previous lowest was 112 for eight against Chennai at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai last year.

  • Parthiv Patel (32 off 23 balls) has registered his best score in the second edition of the IPL apart from top-scoring in the game.

  • Suresh Raina has aggregated his 400 runs in the IPL 2009, making 414 at an average of 31.84, including two fifties, in 13 matches.

  • Raina took his overall IPL run-aggregate to 835 at an average of 34.79 in 29 matches, including five fifties - the most by any batsman, eclipsing Adam Gilchrist's run-aggregate of 831 at an average of 31.96 in 27 games, including one century and five fifties.

  • Chennai Super Kings have won all their five matches against Kings XI - the first team to perform the feat.

  • Chennai posted their eighth win in the second edition of the IPL. With two vital poionts, they have now 17 and are second behind Delhi (18).

  • Luke Pomersbach (26 off 32 balls) has recorded his best innings in the IPL 2009.

  • Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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