IPL 5: Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals statistical highlights

Updated: 12 April 2012 10:55 IST

Statistical highlights of the IPL 5 match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals.

IPL 5: Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals statistical highlights
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Statistical highlights of the IPL 5 match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals.

# Kieron Pollard's tally of seven sixes is the most by  a batsman in the IPL 2012.

# Pollard became the third all-rounder after Paul Valthaty and Yuvraj Singh to register an all-round feat of a fifty and four wickets in the same IPL game.

# Kevon Cooper took his tally of wickets to 8 at an average of 12.12 in three matches in the present competition.

# Munaf Patel, with 10 wickets at 7.40 runs apiece in three matches, is the top wicket-taker in the present tournament.

# Twelve sixes have been registered in Mumbai Indians' innings.  Mumbai Indians have emulated their record for most sixes in an IPL game.  Against Chennai at Wankhede Stadium on May 14, 2008, they had posted 12 sixes, including eleven by Sanath Jayasuriya during his innings of 114 not out off 48 balls.

# Twenty two sixes in the match is a record in a match involving Mumbai-Rajasthan in the IPL.

# Rayudu and Pollard were involved in a stand of 96 for the fourth wicket - the highest partnership for any wicket by any pair in the IPL 2012.

# Ajinkya Rahane became the first batsman this year to complete 100 runs at the IPL, aggregating 138 at an average of 46.00 in three matches.

# Rahane and Shah were involved in a stand of 82 for the third wicket - Rajasthan's highest against Mumbai Indians at the IPL.

# Munaf Patel became the first Mumbai bowler to take three four-wicket hauls in the IPL.  He became the third bowler overall to accmplish the feat in the IPL - the first two were Anil Kumble and Lakshmipathy Balaji.

# Patel's excellent figures of 4 for 28 are the best by a Mumbai bowler against Rajasthan Royals at the IPL.

# The four leading bowlers in the present tournament are - Patel (10), Malinga (9), Pollard (9) and Cooper (8).

# The game has amassed 367 runs for the loss of 16 wickets - the fourth highest in a match involving Mumbai Indians.

# Mumbai-Rajasthan match at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on March 13, 2010 had produced 420 runs for 13 wickets - the highest in a match involving Mumbai.

# Mumbai Indians (197/6) have posted their second highest total against Rajasthan Royals at the IPL, next only to the 212/6 at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on March 13, 2010.

# Mumbai Indians' aforesaid total is their fourth highest in the IPL - their highest is 218 for seven against Delhi Daredevils at Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi on March 17, 2010.

# Mumbai Indians' well-deserved 27-run victory is their fourth in eight matches against Rajasthan Royals.

# Mumbai Indians, with their aforesaid victory, have won 36 and lost 27 out of 63 contested - success % 57.14.

# Mumbai Indians have won three out of four played in the present competition.

# Rajasthan Royals (170) have posted their second highest total against Mumbai Indians - the highest is 208 for seven at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on March 13, 2010. 

# Kieron Pollard (64 off 33 balls) has posted his first fifty for Mumbai Indians at the IPL  The said knock is the second highest for Mumbai against Rajasthan at the IPL, next only to the 89 not out by Sachin Tendulkar at Jaipur on April 11, 2010.

# Pollard has completed 500 runs for Mumbai Indians at the IPL, managing 515 at an average of 20.60 in 34 matches.

# Pollard has registered his third four-wicket haul in Twenty20.  His magnificent figures of four for 44 are his best in the IPL, surpassing the 3 for 17 against Bangalore at Mumbai on April 21, 2010.

# Ambati Rayudu took his runs' tally to 836 at an average of 28.82 in 34 matches - the second highest aggregate for Mumbai Indians at the IPL, next only to Sachin Tendulkar's 1739 at an average of 40.44 in 52 matches.

# Kieron Pollard is the leading run-scorer for Mumbai Indians in the IPL 2012 - 96 at an average of 32.00 in four matches.

# Shah's superb 76 off 42 balls is his highest innings at the IPL, surpassing the 58 not out against Hyderabad at Mumbai (DYP) on March 12, 2010. These two knocks are his only two fifties at the IPL.

# Harbhajan has captured just one wicket at an average of 101.00 in four games in the IPL 2012 - his strike rate being 90.0

Topics : Cricket Mumbai Indians Kieron Pollard Indian Premier League 2012 Rajasthan Royals
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