IPL 2013: Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians statistical highlights
Hussey has produced two important records during the course of his aforesaid innings - his best tally in an IPL competition (732 at 56.30 in 16 matches) apart from the first Chennai player to manage 700 runs in an IPL season.
Here are the Statistical Highlights of the match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians:
# Chennai Super Kings have won six and lost eight out of 14 played against Mumbai Indians at the IPL - winning % 42.85.
# Chennai have reached the final for the fifth successive time in an IPL competition in India. The 2009 final, played in South Africa, was contested between Bangalore and Deccan Chargers.
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni enjoys winning % of 61.70 - 58 wins, 36 losses and one no-result game out of 95 played.
# Chennai's 48-run win is their biggest by runs margin over Mumbai Indians at the IPL, obliterating the 38-run win at Bangalore on May 23,2012.
# Chennai's 192 for one is the highest score by them for the loss of one wicket at the IPL.
# Chennai's aforesaid total is their second highest against Mumbai at the IPL, next only to the 208 for five at Chennai on April 23, 2008.
# Michael Hussey (86 not out off 58 balls) has posted his first fifty against Mumbai Indians in seven innings at the IPL, eclipsing the 49 at Bangalore on May 23, 2012.
# Hussey's aforesaid innings is the highest individual score by a Chennai player against Mumbai at the IPL, eclipsing Suresh Raina's unbeaten 83 off balls at Brabourne Stadium on March 25, 2010.
# Hussey is the second batsman after Virat Kohli to register six fifties at the IPL 2013.
# Hussey has produced two important records during the course of his aforesaid innings - his best tally in an IPL competition (732 at 56.30 in 16 matches) apart from the first Chennai player to manage 700 runs in an IPL season.
# For the first time in an IPL season, two batsmen have managed 700 runs - the first being Chris Gayle - 708 (ave. 59.00) in 16 matches.
# The only other instance of 700-plus runs is 733 (ave.61.08) in 15 matches in 2012 by Chris Gayle.
# Hussey has recorded a hundred and twelve fifties at the IPL overall.
# Hussey has received his tenth Man of the Match award at the IPL. He is the first player to receive five MOM awards in the present competition.
# Murali Vijay is averaging 22.61 at the IPL 2013 - 294 runs in fourteen innings, including two fifties.
# Vijay's overall IPL record is also below average, aggregating 1582 (ave.26.81) in 63 matches.
# Hussey and Vijay were involved in a stand of 52 - the 13th of fifty-plus by the pair for the first wicket (two century stands and eleven fifty-plus) - the most by any pair for any wicket.
# Hussey and Vijay have recorded five stands of fifty-plus for the first wicket at the IPL 2013, emulating the feat of Robin Uthappa and Aaron finch for Pune.
# Hussey and Vijay have aggregated 531 in twelve innings at an average of 48.27 and became the second pair to manage 500 runs or more at the IPL 2013. Finch and Uthappa have amassed 606 at an average of 43.29 in fourteen innings, including five stands of fifty-plus.
# Pragyan Ojha has failed to take a wicket but his tally of 18 wickets at an average of 14.00 in twelve matches is the highest by any bowler against Chennai at the IPL.
# Chennai had lost just one wicket after ten overs - the first time they lost only one wicket after ten overs vs Mumbai Indians at the IPL
# Suresh Raina (82 not out off 42 balls) has recorded a hundred and 18 fifties at the IPL.
# Raina, with 414 runs at an average of 37.63 in fourteen matches, has set a record for the highest run-aggregate against Mumbai Indians at the IPL, bettering Jacques Kallis' tally of 403 (ave.40.30) in twelve matches.
# Raina has recorded his best IPL performance this year - 548 at an average of 45.66 in 17 matches. He became the first Chennai player to manage 500 runs in an IPL season twice - the first instance being 520 (ave.47.27) in 16 matches in 2009-10.
# Raina (4054 at 34.06 in 151) has become the first Indian batsman and the seventh overall to aggregate 4000 runs in Twenty20.
# Raina has completed 2800 runs at the IPL - 2802 (ave.35.46) in 98 matches. His tally of 115 sixes is bettered only by Chris Gayle (180).
# Hussey and Raina have added 140 (unbroken) off 12.4 overs (RR 11.05) and became the first left-handed pair to register a partnership of 100 or more twice in the present competition. They had put on 133 against Hyderabad at Uppal.
# Hussey and Raina became the second left-handed pair to share three stands of 100 or more at the IPL - the first being Shikhar Dhawan and Gautam Gambhir for Delhi in the first edition.
# Gayle and Kohli have shared five stands of 100 for the second wicket - a record by any pair for any wicket at the IPL.
# The unbroken 140-run stand is the second highest by a left-handed pair at the IPL, next only to the 206 between Gilchrist and Marsh against Bangalore at Dharamsala on May 17, 2011.
# The above partnership is the highest for Chennai for the second wicket at the IPL, outstripping the 137 (unbroken) between Raina and Vijay against Kolkata at Chennai on April 13, 2010.
# Lasith Malinga (4-0-45-0) has produced his worst IPL performance, surpassing the 4-0-42-0 against Rajasthan at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on May 20, 2011.
# Dwayne Smith's 21-ball fifty (his quickest at the IPL) is the third quickest at the IPL 2013.
# Smith's 68 off 28 balls is his second highest score at the IPL - his highest being 87 not out against Rajasthan at Jaipur on May 20, 2012.
# Smith has recorded four fifties at the IPL - three this season.
# Smith's strike rate of 242.85 is the highest by any batsman against Chennai at the IPL (minimum fifty).
# Smith's above strike rate is the second highst by a Mumbai player at the IPL (minimum 50). Kieron Pollard had made 66 not out off 27 balls against Sunrisers at Mumbai on May 13,2013 - his strike rate being 244.44.
# Smith has completed his 3000 runs in Twenty20 - 3003 at an average of 25.23 in 139 matches.
# Kieron Pollard has celebrated his 200th Twenty20 by taking his 150th wicket.
# Bravo, with 14 catches, has established a fielding record in an IPL competition, surpassing the 13 each taken by Abraham de Villiers for Delhi in 2009 and Rohit Sharma for Mumbai in 2012.
# Bravo, with 28 wickets at an average of 16.25 in 17 matches, has equalled Lasith Malinga's tally of 28 at 13.39 in 16 matches in 2011. Both share a bowling record - most wickkets in an IPL season.
# Bravo's figures of three for 9 are the best by a Chennai bowler against Mumbai Indians at the IPL. The said performance is his best at the IPL.