Statistical Highlights: Delhi vs Punjab

Updated: 16 May 2009 17:56 IST

Statistical Highlights of the IPL match between Delhi Daredevils vs Kings XI Punjab on Friday.

Statistical Highlights: Delhi vs Punjab
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Statistical Highlights of the IPL match between Delhi Daredevils vs Kings XI Punjab on Friday.

  • Kings XI Punjab have registered their sixth victory in 12 matches in the second edition of the IPL. They have 12 points with a minus net run-rate.

  • Kings XI Punjab's six-wicket win is their third in four games contested against Delhi Daredevils.

  • Sreesanth (2/20) has recorded his best bowling figures in the second edition of the IPL.

  • Mithun Manhas (26) has posted his highest score in the IPL.

  • In terms of economy rate of 1.50 (4-1-6-1), Ashish Nehra's figures are the best by any bowler from Delhi Daredevils in the IPL.

  • Ashish Nehra had an outstanding spell and has joined Lasith Malinga and Rudra Pratap Singh with 16 wickets each in the second edition of the IPL.

  • In the course of his innings of 18 off 31 balls, Yuvraj has completed his 600 runs in the IPL - 613 at an average of 26.65, including three fifties, in 27 matches. He also aggregated 300 runs in the second edition of the IPL - 314 at an average of 31.40, including two fifties.

  • Brett Lee (3/15) has recorded his best ever bowling performance in the IPL/Twenty20.

  • With his 32 off 29 balls, Dinesh Karthik has taken his runs tally in the second edition of the IPL to 225 at an average of 37.50, including one fifty.

  • Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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