Statistical Highlights: Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI Punjab

Updated: 05 May 2009 16:26 IST

Statistical Highlights of the IPL match Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI Punjab on Tuesday.

Statistical Highlights: Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI Punjab
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  • Rajasthan Royals' victory by 78 runs is their largest in terms of runs in the 2009 edition.

  • Kings XI Punjab's loss to Rajasthan by 78 runs is their largest in terms of runs in the IPL.

  • Yusuf Pathan has taken his sixes tally to 36 in the IPL, equalling Sanath Jayasuriya's record.

  • Graeme Smith has been adjudged the MOM for the second time in the IPL.

  • Playing in his first every Twenty20 game, Amit Singh (4-0-9-3) has recorded an excellent bowling feat. His economy rate of 2.25 is the best amongst the bowlers with 3 or more wickets in the 2009 edition of the IPL. The second best in terms of economy rate is Malinga (4.83).

  • Smith (77 off 44 balls) recorded is his fourth fifty in the IPL.

  • Rajasthan Royals is the sixth side to post four wins in the 2009 edition. They have now recorded nine points in eight games.

  • Kings XI have recorded eight points in eight matches. Their loss to Rajasthan Royals have placed them in the sixth position.

  • Naman Ojha (68 off 51 balls) registered his maiden fifty in Twenty20.

  • Rajasthan Royals (211/4) registered the first 200-plus total in the second edition of the IPL, bettering Delhi Daredevils' 189 for five against Chennai Super Kings at Durban.

  • Ojha and Graeme Smith shared a 135-run partnership - Rajasthan Royals' highest ever for the first wicket, eclipsing the 127 between Graeme Smith and Swapnil Asnodkar against Chennai at Chepauk on May 24,2008.

  • Topics : Cricket
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