IPL 2019: Match 44, Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians – Statistical Highlights
All the major stats and numbers from Mumbai Indians’ annihilation of the Super Kings in Chennai.
Updated - Apr 27, 2019 1:01 am
The Mumbai Indians inched closer to sealing a playoffs berth with a huge 46-run win over the table-toppers Chennai Super Kings. Rohit Sharma scored his maiden fifty of this IPL with a 48-ball 67 on yet another typical CSK track. MI scored only 29 runs between 13th and 18th overs but managed to finish with 155/4 in their 20 overs. The visiting team’s bowlers didn’t allow the hosts to get going in the chase as only three players got into the double digits in the side’s total of 109/10.
All the major stats and numbers from Mumbai Indians’ annihilation of the Super Kings in Chennai:
A rare defeat for CSK in Chepauk:
2 – Only the 2nd time that the Chennai Super Kings have lost in their previous 19 IPL matches at Chepauk. Mumbai Indians were the winning team on both instances as they defeat CSK by 5 wickets in the 2015 season.
The lowest for the Super Kings:
109 – The total of 109 by the Chennai Super Kings in this game is their lowest at the Chepauk Stadium. Their previous lowest was 112 which was recorded on three different instances between 2008 and 2012.
They scored 112/8 and 112/9 after batting full 20 overs against RCB in 2008 and DD in 2010 respectively. MI bundled them for 112 in the opening game of the 2012 season.
109 – CSK’s total of 109 is also their joint 2nd lowest total in the IPL. Mumbai Indians bowled them out for 79 runs in the 2013 game at the Wankhede while Rajasthan Royals restricted CSK to 109/10 in the 2008 season game in Jaipur.
Rohit gets a fifty:
16 – Rohit Sharma brought an end to his 16 innings streak in the IPL without a fifty. His last fifty was also against CSK during the game in Pune last year.
Malinga marches to new highs:
7 – Number of four-wicket hauls in the IPL for Lasith Malinga; the joint most for any player. Sunil Narine also has seven 4-fers in the IPL featuring in 107 matches while Malinga played 117.
14 – Lasith Malinga now has 14 four-wicket hauls in the Twenty20 format; two more than any other player. Sunil Narine and Shakib Al Hasan have 12 4-fers in T20s apiece.
30 – Lasith Malinga has taken 30 wickets in the IPL against the Chennai Super Kings; the most by any player against an opponent in the IPL. Malinga went past Umesh Yadav’s tally of 29 wickets against Kings XI Punjab in this league.
Rohit moves up the table:
17 – Number of player of the match awards in the IPL for Rohit Sharma; the 3rd most by any player and the most for an Indian in the IPL. Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers have 21 and 20 POTM awards respectively. Rohit went past Yusuf Pathan, MS Dhoni and David Warner who have 16 player of the match awards apiece in this league.
100% record for Rohit:
6 – Rohit Sharma has featured in six matches at the Chepauk against CSK and ended up on the losing side in all those six. He played two games for the Deccan Chargers, two as an MI player and two as the MI captain.
A first for Jadeja:
1 – This is the first time ever that Ravindra Jadeja missed an IPL game for the Chennai Super Kings. The all-rounder featured in all the 97 matches in the IPL CSK have played since his inclusion in the franchise in 2012.