IPL 10, Match 22, Kings XI Punjab v Mumbai Indians – Statistical Highlights

Here are all the stats from the 22nd match of Vivo IPL 10.

Rohit Sharma and Hashim Amla
Rohit Sharma and Hashim Amla. (Photo Source: BCCI)

Mumbai Indians celebrated their 9th birth anniversary in the Indian Premier League in style by chasing down a huge total quite easily and with plenty of balls to spare. A century from Amla supported by Maxwell helped KXIP to post 198/4 after been put to bat. However, the home side never looked like defending the total as the Mumbai batsmen put on pressure straight away. Buttler and Rana scored the fifties while Parthiv played cameo to give huge first 6 overs score. MI completed the chase in 15.3 overs by losing just 2 wickets. Here we look at all the records and stats created in the game.

5 – This is Mumbai Indians’ 5th consecutive win in IPL. This is the 5th time they have won 5 or more matches in a row in IPL with 3 of those streaks coming under Rohit Sharma’s captaincy. The most they won in a row is 6 games in 2008 season.

6 – Matches taken by Mumbai Indians to bag their 5th win in this season. They required 6 games for their 5th win of the season in 2010 and 2011 as well. RR in 2008, CSK in 2015 and GL in 2016 also had 5 wins in their first 6 games. KXIP in 2014 and RR in 2015 won in their first 5 games in the respective seasons.

7 – Number of sixes Nitish Rana has hit in this game, the most by any player in IPL without hitting a four. David Miller hit 6 sixes without a four vs RR in 2014.

8 – Hashim Amla became the 8th player to score an IPL century for Kings XI Punjab. Other seven are S Marsh, Jayawardena, Gilchrist, P Valtathy, D Miller, V Sehwag and W Saha.

15 – Number of sixes hit by Mumbai Indians in this game, the most for them in an IPL game. Their previous most were 14 sixes vs DD in 2016.

28 – Runs conceded by Mitchell McClenaghan in an over in this game, the joint most runs conceded by a Mumbai Indians bowler in an over in IPL. Pawan Suyal conceded also 28 runs against RCB in 2014.

51 – Runs scored by Hashim Amla against Lasith Malinga in this game, the 2nd most runs scored by a player against a bowler in an IPL game. Virat Kohli scored 52 runs in 2013 vs Umesh Yadav.

58 – Runs conceded by Lasith Malinga in this game, the most runs he has conceded in a Twenty20 game. Previous most was 54 runs vs WI in 2012 WT20.

58 – Runs conceded by Lasith Malinga in this game, the most runs conceded by a Mumbai Indians bowler in IPL. Abu Nechim Ahmed conceded 56 runs vs RCB in 2011.

77 – Runs scored by Jos Buttler in this game, his highest individual score in Twenty20 cricket. Previous highest: 73* vs Sri Lanka in a T20I in 2016 which was also while opening.

82/1 – Mumbai Indians’ total of 82 runs in the powerplay overs in this game is the highest for them in an IPL. They scored 78 runs vs CSK in 2008 in first 6 overs.

104* – Hashim Amla’s score in this game is his highest score in Twenty20 cricket and his maiden T20 century. His previous best was 97* vs Australia in 2016.

104* – Hashim Amla’s 104* is the 3rd highest score in losing cause in IPL behind Andrew Symonds 117* vs RR in 2008 and W Saha’s 115* vs KKR in 2014.

198/4 – Kings XI Punjab’s total of 198/4 is the 2nd highest total by any team in the last 5 IPL seasons against the Mumbai Indians. Highest is 236/1 by RCB in 2015 at Mumbai.

199 – Target chased down by Mumbai Indians in this game, their highest successful chase in IPL so far. Previous highest was 190 vs RR in 2014.

205.55 – Parthiv Patel’s batting S/R of 205.55 in this innings is only the 2nd instance for him where he had a 200+ S/R in Twenty20 innings. (Min: 30 runs) He had an S/R of 255 when he scored an unbeaten 51 off just 20 balls vs Haryana in 2016.

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