IPL 9, Match 18: SRH v KXIP – Statistical Highlights
Published - Apr 23, 2016 7:27 pm | Updated - Apr 23, 2016 7:27 pm
Sunrisers Hyderabad completed their hat-trick of victories with a 5-wicket win at their home ground Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Hyderabad against the Kings XI Punjab. After been put into bat, KXIP managed to score only 143/6 in their 20 overs against the tight bowling of Mustafizur Rahman & Co. Shaun Marsh top scored with 40 while Axar Patel scored a quick fire 36.
SRH got off to a great start with David Warner and Shikhar Dhawan putting on a 90-run stand. Warner scored 59 while Dhawan scored 45. After the opening stand was broken, SRH kept losing wickets at regular intervals. As the target wasn’t threatening, they chased it down with 13 balls to spare. Here we look at all the stats and records recorded during the game.
0 – Runs conceded by Mustafizur Rahman in the first 10 balls that he bowled in the match.
3 – Third time in this IPL, David Miller, and Glenn Maxwell fell in same over.
8 – Number of fifties David Warner has scored in IPL in less than 25 balls, the most by any player.
9 – Runs conceded by Mustafizur in his 4 overs. This was only the 20th instance where a bowler conceded last than 10 runs in his 4 overs.
11 – Number of Twenty20 matches Sunrisers Hyderabad has won at RGICS, Hyderabad. The most by any team. KKR has 10 wins at this venue.
15.1 – Mustafizur Rahman’s bowling strike rate in T20 cricket. He has an economy rate of 5.84 in this format.
29 – Number of fifty plus scores David Warner has in IPL, the most by any player.
40 – Number of 30 plus scores David Waner has recorded in IPL. He has converted 28 out of them to fifties.
54.95 – Partnership average of David Warner and Shikhar Dhawan pair is the highest for any pair in IPL.
119 – Batting average of David Warner in T20 format while chasing at RGICS, Hyderabad. He has scored 357 runs in 5 inns at the venue in chases which includes 3 fifties and a century.
2819 – Runs scored by David Warner in IPL, the joint 2nd most by an overseas player.