Statistical highlights: Mumbai vs Chennai

Updated: 19 April 2009 06:52 IST

Statistical highlights of the first match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Superkings on Sunday.

Statistical highlights: Mumbai vs Chennai

  • Tendulkar (59 not out off 49 balls) posted his second IPL fifty - his first being 65 against Kings XI at Wankhede Stadium on May 21, 2008.

  • Lasith Malinga (3/15) has produced his career-best bowling figures in Twenty20, surpassing his 3 for 30 for Kent vs. Sussex at Birmingham on August 4,2007.

  • Malinga's aforesaid bowling performance is the best for Mumbai Indians vs. Chennai Super Kings, surpassing the 3 for 33 by Dhawal Kulkarni at Wankhede Stadium on May 14, 2008.

  • Manpreet Goney is the leading bowler for Chennai in the IPL - 19 at an average of 25.00 in 17 matches, eclipsing Albie Morkel's tally of 17 at 23.47 runs apiece in 13 matches.

  • Mumbai (166/7) posted their second highest total against Chennai, next only to their 202 for seven at Chennai on April 23, 2008

  • Jayasuriya has taken his run-aggregate in the IPL to 540 at an average of 41.53, surpassing Gautam Gambhir's tally of 534 in 14 innings at an average of 41.07.

  • Parthiv Patel's second-ball duck is his second in the IPL. In the first edition of the IPL, he had posted a first-ball duck against Rajasthan Royals at Jaipur. 2008.

  • Mumbai Indians posted their eighth win in 15 IPL games. They have won two out of three IPL games played against Chennai Super Kings.

  • Tendulkar has been adjudged the MOM for the first time in the IPL.



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