IPL 2018: Match 55, Delhi Daredevils vs Mumbai Indians – Statistical Highlights

Here are all the stats and numbers recorded during the game that saw the exit of the defending champions.

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Sandeep Lamichhane of Delhi Daredevils celebrates fall of Suryakumar Yadav’s wicket. (Photo by Surjeet Yadav/IANS)
Sampath Bandarupalli

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The defending champions Mumbai Indians faced the wrath of Delhi Daredevils for the 2nd time this season as they lost the must-win last league match by 11 runs. The Daredevils continued to rely on the Rishabh Pant’s brute form as the keeper-batsman scored his 6th 50+ of the season. His 44-ball 64 was key in helping the home team post 174/4 on the board. Some poor shot selection and good bowling by the Daredevils’ wrist spinners trigged an MI collapse as they were bundled out for 163 and thus failed to qualify for the playoffs.

Here are all the stats and numbers recorded during the game that sealed the exit of the defending champions:

4Delhi Daredevils have finished at the bottom of the table on four occasions which is the most by any team. Kings XI Punjab have ended as the wooden spoon holders in three seasons. DD’s five wins are the most for any team who finished at the bottom of the table which makes IPL 2018 the first season to witness all teams winning five and more matches.

6 – Mumbai Indians have lost six out of the seven IPL matches they played at the Feroz Shah Kotla since the start of 2012. They only time they won an IPL game in these seven years at this venue is in the previous season where they registered the record 146-run margin.

105 – Rishabh Pant hit 105 boundaries in this IPL – 68 fours and 37 sixes. He is only the 2nd Indian after Virat Kohli (121 in 2016) to hit 100 boundaries in an IPL edition. Pant’s 37 sixes are the 2nd most by an Indian in an IPL season behind Kohli’s 38.

286Rohit Sharma scored 286 runs in this IPL season which is the least he has managed in an IPL edition. 2018 IPL brought an end to his streak of scoring 300+ runs in all IPL seasons. Rohit’s previous lowest season aggregate was 333 runs in the 2017 season.

684 – Rishabh Pant ended his season with 684 runs in the 14 matches which is the highest so far. His tally is the highest for a wicketkeeper in a Twenty20 tournament surpassing Robin Uthappa’s 660 runs in the 2014 IPL.