Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings and Deccan Chargers.
# Deccan Chargers became the second side after Pune Warriors to lose seven games in the IPL 5.
# Deccan Chargers, with five points in ten games, are placed at the bottom of the table.
# Deccan Chargers, with 42 defeats, hold a dubious distinction of losing most games in the IPL (27 wins out of 69 played - winning % 39.13)
# Chennai Super Kings have won five and lost five out of eleven played in the present edition of the IPL (NR 1).
# Chennai Super Kings, with eleven points, are placed fourth in the Points table, next only to Delhi (16), Kolkata (13), Mumbai (12).
# Chennai have won six and lost four out of ten contested against Deccan - winning % 60.00
# Shikhar Dhawan is the first Deccan batsman to amass 300 runs in the IPL 5, aggregating 302 at an average of 33.55 in nine innings.Â His tally includes two fifties.
# Cameron White (77 off 53 balls) has posted the highest innings in the match - his 13th half-century in Twenty20.
# White became the first batsman to post three fifties for Deccan in the IPL 2011.
# White's aggregate of 292 in seven innings at an average of 48.66 is the second highest for Deccan in the 2012 edition of the IPL.
# Parthiv Patel is averaging 16.62 in eight matches in the IPL 5 - 133 runs at a strike rate of 120.90.
# Faf du Plessis (42 off 35 balls) has top-scored for Chennai Super Kings.
# Plessis is the leading run-scorer for Chennai in the IPL 5 - 376 at an average of 37.60 in ten games.
# Plessis became the only Chennai batsman to post three fifties in the present tournament.
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the third Chennai batsman to manage 200 runs in the IPL 5, aggregating 200 at an average of 28.57 in ten innings.
# During his innings of 32 off 24 balls, Suresh Raina hit two fours and two sixes at an superb strike rate of 133.33.
# Raina has got his tenth Man of the Match award in Twenty20.
# Raina and Plessis were involved in a stand of 64 for the second wicket, equalling a record for Chennai against Deccan.