Statistical highlights: Mumbai vs Punjab

Updated: 13 May 2009 18:13 IST

Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab on Tuesday.

Statistical highlights: Mumbai vs Punjab

Centurion:

Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab on Tuesday.

  • Dwayne Bravo has recorded his best ever innings in the IPL, bettering the 64 not out off 53 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders at Kolkata last year.

  • Bravo's aforesaid innings is his third fifty in the IPL.

  • In terms of economy rate (2.25), Harbhajan (4-0-9-1) has produced his best bowing performance in the IPL.

  • Yuvraj Singh's batting record against Mumbai Indians is quite an ordinary one, scoring 18, 7, 10 & 12.

  • In the 2009 edition of the IPL, Yuvraj, with 296 at an average of 32.88, is the top run-getter for Kings XI Punjab.

  • Mumbai Indians have posted their fifth win in the second edition of the IPL.

  • Mumbai Indians' aforesaid victory is their first in four matches against Kings XI Punjab.

  • Mumbai Indians have recorded their first victory while chasing in the 2009 edition of the IPL.

  • Kings XI Punjab have suffered their sixth defeat.

  • Sunny Sohal (43 off 23 balls) has posted his best IPL score, eclipsing the 30 off 17 balls against Deccan Chargers at Kimberley on May 9, 2009.

  • Jean-Paul Duminy (2/15) has registered his best bowling figures in the IPL.

  • Kings XI, in second consecutive game against Mumbai Indians, have registered 119 (for nine) off 20 overs against Mumbai Indians. In their earlier game at Kingsmead, Durban, they had recorded 119 for eight.

  • Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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