Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in Mumbai.
# Andrew Symonds and Rohit Sharma were involved in a fourth wicket partnership of 87 - Mumbai Indians' best against Chennai in the IPL.
# Symonds, during the course of his 31 not out, completed his 2,000 runs in Twenty20 - 2027 at an average of 34.35 in 81 matches.
# Rohit (87 off 48 balls) posted his highest innings in the IPL - his first fifty in the IPL 4 is his 13th in Twenty20.
# Playing in his 50th game, Rohit recorded his ninth half-century in the IPL.
# Rohit became the fifth highest run-scorer in the IPL. The leading six run-getters are - Suresh Raina (1492), Sachin Tendulkar (1411), Jacques Kallis (1365) and Adam Gilchrist (1329), Rohit Sharma (1304) and Gautam Gambhir (1288).
# Rohit is averaging 134.00 - the highest in the IPL 4 -the next best being Sachin Tendulkar (120.50).
# Harbhajan Singh (5 for 18) produced his first five-wicket haul in Twenty20.
# Harbhajan's previous best figures in the IPL were 4 for 17 against Delhi at Centurion on May 21, 2009.
# Harbhajan is the second Mumbai bowler after Lasith Malinga and the sixth overall to bag five wickets in an innings in the IPL.
# Apart from Harbhajan and Malinga, Sohail Tanvir, Anil Kumble, Amit Mishra and Lakshmipathy Balaji have taken five wickets or more in an innings in the IPL.
# Only Lasith Malinga - 13 at 10.38 runs apiece in five games - has claimed more wickets than Harbhajan's seven in four matches in the IPL 4.
# Ambati Rayudu has managed to make 194 (ave.48.50) runs in five matches - the second highest for Mumbai Indians in the IPL 4, behind Sachin Tendulkar's 241 (ave.120.50).
# Harbhajan was adjudged the Man of the Match for the third time in the IPL.
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni stumped four batsmen - the most by a wicketkeeper in the IPL 2011. With 14 stumpings overall, Dhoni has emulated Adam Gilchrist's tally in the IPL.
# Michael Hussey is averaging 66.00 in the fourth edition of the IPL, aggregating 126 in four innings, including one fifty.
# Malinga (46 at 17.19 in 31 matches) is now all set to complete his 50 in the IPL. His tally is the highest for Mumbai Indians.
# Mumbai's eight-run victory is their second narrowest in the IPL - their smallest being by four runs against Rajasthan Royals at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on May 13, 2010.
# Mumbai have become the first team to record four victories in the IPL 4, earning eight points.