IPL 2019: Match 9, Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai Indians – Statistical Highlights
All the major stats and numbers recorded during Kings XI Punjab’s victory over the Mumbai Indians.
Updated - Mar 30, 2019 9:55 pm
The Kings XI Punjab began their home-leg matches with a convincing eight-wicket win over the Mumbai Indians. After a quick-fire start from Quinton de Kock (60 off 39) and Rohit Sharma (32 off 18), the MI struggled to score big in the middle-overs. Hardik Pandya scored a 19-ball 31 at the end but could only take his team to 176/7. The Kings XI’s top three – KL Rahul (71*), Chris Gayle (40) and Mayank Agarwal (43) ensured they made most out of the middle overs after a cautious start as they chased down the target with 8 balls to spare.
All the major stats and numbers recorded during Kings XI Punjab’s victory over the Mumbai Indians:
A streak ends while a streak continues:
5 – Kings XI Punjab won each of their previous five matches at the PCA Stadium in Mohali. They won their last game of the 2017 edition at this venue and won all the three matches they played here in 2018.
2011 – Mumbai Indians’ loss in this game is their first in Mohali since the start of 2012. They won each of their last four IPL matches this venue. MI’s last defeat at this venue came in the 2011 season by a huge 76-run margin.
Gayle @ 300:
302 – Chris Gayle became the first player in the history of the IPL to hit 300 sixes with 2nd of his four sixes during this match. No other player has even hit 200 sixes in the league thus far. AB de Villiers’ 192 sixes are the 2nd most by any player in the IPL.
74.4 – Gayle’s batting average from his previous six IPL innings at the PCA Stadium in Mohali. He has scored 372 runs from his previous six innings in the IPL here. Coming into this game, Gayle had four fifty-plus scores from his previous four IPL innings in Mohali.
Rahul continues his good record:
93.33 – KL Rahul has a batting average of 93.33 against the Mumbai Indians since the start of 2016. Across five innings in this period against MI, Rahul scored 280 runs in only five innings with help of three fifties. His scores against Mumbai since 2016 read 71*, 94, 24, 68*, 23. However, the previous four knocks came on the losing side.
De Kock @ 1000:
1037 – Quinton de Kock completed 1000 runs in the IPL when he was on 23. His 60-run knock in this game is his maiden fifty for the Mumbai Indians and his 8th fifty-plus score from 37 innings in the IPL.