Mumbai Indians' win against Chennai in statistics

Updated: 06 May 2012 22:25 IST

Mumbai Indians' clash against Chennai Super Kings swung from one side to the other, all the way to the final delivery of the match which saw the hosts here surge ahead, on Sunday. A look at the statistical highlights from the match.

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Mumbai Indians' clash against Chennai Super Kings swung from one side to the other, all the way to the final delivery of the match which saw the hosts here surge ahead, on Sunday. A look at the statistical highlights from the match.

# Mumbai Indians have won six and lost four out of ten contested against Chennai in the IPL - success % 60.00

# Mumbai's exciting two-wicket win is their smallest victory-margin in terms of wickets in the IPL

# While batting in the second innings, Mumbai Indians have won four games off the last ball in the IPL - one each against Pune Warriors and Kolkata Knight Riders in 2011 and Deccan Chargers and Chennai Super Kings in 2012.

# Lasith Malinga became the first bowler to complete 20 wickets at 8.45 runs apiece in eight matches in the IPL 5.

# Morne Morkel has claimed 19 wickets at 14,00 runs apiece in ten matches for Delhi Daredevils - the second highest tally in the IPL 5.

# Malinga is the only bowler to bag 20 wickets in an IPL season twice.  His tally of 28 wickets at 13.39 in 16 matches last year is the highest by a bowler in an IPL season.

# Malinga has completed his 150 wickets in Twenty20 - his tally being 151 at an average of 16.27 in 105 matches.

# Malinga holds a record for the highest wicket-aggregate in the IPL, claiming 81 wickets at 14.81 in 50 matches.

# Rohit Sharma (60 off 46 balls) has posted his 14th fifty in the IPL.

# Rohit's aggregate of 293 runs (ave.29.30) in eleven games is the highest for Mumbai Indians in the IPL 5.

# Rohit is the only Mumbai batsman to post three fifties in the IPL 5.

# Rohit's tally of 1835 (ave.31.10) in 72 matches is the fourth highest in the history of the IPL.

# Mumbai Indians have won seven and lost four out of eleven conteted in the present edition of the IPL. With 14 points, they are placed third in the points table.

# Chennai Super Kings have won five and lost six out of twelve contested in the IPL (NR 1).  With 11 points, they are placed fourth in the points table.

# Off the five last-ball victory in the second innings, two games each have been won by Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings and once by Royal Challengers
Bangalore.

# Chennai Super Kings (173/8) have posted their highest total against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai in the IPL.

# Murali Vijay (41 off 29 balls) has recorded his highest score in the IPL 2012.

# Vijay, in the course of his aforesaid innings, has completed his 1,000 runs in the IPL, aggregating 1,038 at an average of 25.95 in 42 matches.

# Vijay became the fifth Chennai batsman to make 1000 runs or more in the IPL, joining Suresh Raina (2078), Mahendra Singh Dhoni (1650), Subramaniam Badrinath (1270) and Matthew Hayden (1107).

# Suresh Raina took his runs' tally in the present competition to 265 at an average of 24.09 in 12 matches.  Only Plessis has totalled more runs than Raina for Chennai - 385 at an average of 35.00 in 12 games.

# Dwayne Bravo (40) has averaged 39.33 in the present tournament (236 runs in eleven innings) - the highest for Chennai Super Kings.  His superb strike rate of 136.41 is also the highest.

# Bravo, during the course of his aforesaid innings,
has completed his 2000 runs in Twenty20 - 2035 at an average of 26.42 in 125 matches.

# Sachin Tendulkar (74 off 44 balls) has posted his eleventh fifty in the IPL - his first in the present tournament - his highest against Chennai in the IPL, surpassing the 72 at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on March 25, 2010.

# Tendulkar's brilliant strike rate of 168.18 is his highest in an innings in the IPL when he has registered atleast 70 runs.  

# Tendulkar's tally of 1925 at an average of 39.28 in 58 matches is bettered only by Suresh Raina (2078) in the IPL.

# Tendulkar and Rohit Sharma were associated in a stand of 126 for the second wicket - Mumbai Indians' second
highest for any wicket in the IPL, behind the 127 for the first wicket between Tendulkar and Sanath Jayasuriya against Kolkata at Port Elizabeth on April 27, 2009.

# The above stand is Mumbai's highest for the second wicket in the IPL, surpassing the 116 between Tendulkar and Rayudu against Kochi at Mumbai on April 15, 2011.

# Harbhajan Singh became the second batsman after Manish Pandey to record three ducks in the IPL 5.

# Dwayne Smith has received the Man of the Match award for his match-winning knock of 24 not out off 9 balls.

# Dwayne Smith has got his ninth Man of the Match award in Twenty20.

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