Royals Beat Their Own Oldest Player Record - The New Indian Express

Royals Beat Their Own Oldest Player Record

Published: 19th April 2014 03:14 PM

Last Updated: 19th April 2014 03:19 PM

Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.     

# Rajasthan Royals have won three and lost one out of four contested against Sunrisers Hyderabad at the IPL -- success % 75.00.     

# Ajinkya Rahane (59 off 53 balls) has registered his 18th fifty in T20 -- his 19th innings of fifty-plus, including a hundred. His unbeaten 103 not out off 60 balls against RCB at Bangalore on April 15, 2012 is the highest individual innings by a Rajasthan player at the IPL.     

# Rahane has raced to his 50 off 46 balls -- the joint slowest by a Rajasthan batsman at the IPL. In the course of his innings of 68 not out off 54 balls against Mumbai Indians at Jaipur on April 17, 2013, Rahane had recorded his 50 off 46 balls.     

# Rahane has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the sixth time in Twenty20.      # Rahane has registered ten innings of fifty or more -- a century and nine fifties -- for Rajasthan Royals at the IPL.     

# Dhawal Kulkarni has completed his 50 wickets in Twenty 20 -- his aggregate being 51 wickets at an average of 27.03 in 54 games.     

# At 42 years 192 days, Pravin Tambe has become the oldest player to have appeared in an IPL game, eclipsing the record of Brad Hogg who had played his last IPL match at the age of 42 years 86 days for Rajasthan Royals last year.     

# Rajasthan Royals' winning percentage of 64.58 while chasing is the highest at the IPL     

# Kane William Richardson became the second Rajasthan fielder to take three catches in an innings at the IPL.  Johan Botha was the first to achieve the distinction - vs Deccan Chargers at Hyderabad on April 9, 2011.     

# Rahane and Binny were associated in a stand of 77 for the fourth wicket -- Rajasthan's highest for any wicket vs Hyderabad at the IPL.

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