IPL 2019: Match 15, Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings – Statistical Highlights
All the major stats and numbers recorded during Mumbai Indians’ big win against the defending champions.
Updated - Apr 4, 2019 10:34 am
The Mumbai Indians continued their good record against the Chennai Super Kings whom they handed a big 37-run defeat. The home team posted 170/5 in their 20 overs with as many as 77 runs being scored in the last five overs including the 45 runs from the last two overs. The defending champions lost three wickets in the powerplay overs and didn’t make an attempt to score quickly in the middle overs. They finished with 133/8 in 20 overs despite a fifty from Kedar Jadhav and registered their first loss of this season.
All the major stats and numbers recorded during Mumbai Indians’ big win against the defending champions:
A big defeat for the Chennai Super Kings:
14 – The Mumbai Indians now has defeated Chennai Super Kings on 14 instances in the IPL; twice more than any other team. As many as four teams won seven IPL matches against CSK but MI is the only one to defeat them more often.
37 – The 37-run defeat in this game is CSK’s 4th biggest defeat in the IPL in terms of runs. They lost to MI by 60 runs in 2013 season and by 41 runs in the final of 2015 edition. The Kings XI Punjab defeated them by 44 runs during the 2014 season game in Cuttack.
Bravo’s ton for CSK:
100 – Dwayne Bravo became the first player to bag 100 wickets in the IPL for the Chennai Super Kings. The wicket of Suryakumar Yadav in this game was his 100th in the IPL for CSK.
Dhoni @ 4000:
4010 – MS Dhoni completed 4000 runs in the Twenty20 format for Chennai Super Kings when he scored his 2nd run in this game. He is the 2nd player after Suresh Raina (5087) to aggregate 4000 T20 runs for CSK.
A perfect finish for the Mumbai Indians:
45 – Runs scored by the Mumbai Indians in the last two overs; the joint-most by any team in 19-20 overs in an IPL inning. They scored 16 runs in the 19th over bowled by Shardul Thakur and 29 runs against Dwayne Bravo in the final over. Three teams have aggregated exactly 45 runs across 19th and 20th overs in an IPL inning.
312.5 – Hardik Pandya’s batting strike-rate of 312.5 during the 8-ball 25* is the 2nd highest for the Mumbai Indians in an IPL inning. (Min: 25 runs scored) Kieron Pollard had an S/R of 346.15 during his 13-ball 45* in the 2010 edition against Delhi Daredevils.
Malinga goes past Harbhajan:
26 – Lasith Malinga’s 26 wickets in the IPL against CSK are the most by any bowler against them. Malinga went past Harbhajan Singh’s tally of 24 wickets with the 3-wicket haul in this game.
De Kock grabs four catches:
4 – Quinton de Kock became the 6th wicket-keeper to claim four or more catches in an IPL game. Kumar Sangakkara, with five catches in the 2011 game against RCB, is the only player in an IPL match to affect five catches or five dismissals.