Statistical highlights: Rajasthan vs Chennai

Updated: 10 May 2009 06:48 IST

Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals on Saturday.

Statistical highlights: Rajasthan vs Chennai

Kimberley:

Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals on Saturday.

  • Hayden has extended his record for posting most sixes (17) in the 2009 edition of the IPL.

  • Jakati has captured 11 wickets at 9.18 runs apiece in only four innings with an impressive strike rate of 7.6.

  • Badrinath (59 not out) has recorded his first fifty in the 2009 edition of the IPL. In the first edition, he had posted two fifties.

  • Hayden and Badrinath were involved in a third wicket stand of 89, which is Chennai Super Kings' highest against Rajasthan, eclipsing the 73 between Parthiv Patel and Morkel at Chennai last year.

  • In the course of his magnificent innings of 48 off 44 balls, Matthew Hayden became the first player to complete 400 in the second edition of the IPL, aggregating 426 at an average of 47.33 in 9 games.

  • Raina, during the course of his 13, became the second player to complete 300 runs in the second edition of the IPL, aggregating 309 at an average of 34.33 in 9 matches.

  • Chennai Super Kings became the second team after Delhi Daredevils to register six wins in the 2009 edition of the IPL.

  • Graeme Smith and Swapnil Asnodkar have registered 53 for the second wicket, which is Rajasthan Royals' highest in the second edition of the IPL.

  • Yusuf Pathan, with 37 sixes, has surpassed Sanath Jayasuriya's tally of 36. With 210 runs at an average of 26.25, Pathan is the top run-getter for Rajasthan Royals.



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