Statistical Highlights of Chennai vs Rajasthan Match - The New Indian Express

Statistical Highlights of Chennai vs Rajasthan Match

Published: 13th May 2014 08:51 PM

Last Updated: 13th May 2014 08:54 PM

Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals

  • Shane Watson (51 off 36 balls) has posted his second fifty in the present competition - his 13th in the IPL.  The said innings is his 14th innings of fifty-plus, including a century in the IPL.     
  • Shane Watson, in the course of his aforesaid fifty, has completed his 2000 runs in the IPL - his aggregate being 2012 at an average of 37.25 in 65 matches. He became the 14th batsman to achieve the distinction in the IPL.     
  • Watson has posted 95 sixes in the IPL overall.  His tally is exceeded only by Chris Gayle (187), Suresh Raina (120), Rohit Sharma (119), Yusuf Pathan (99), Mahendra Singh Dhoni (98) and Yuvraj Singh (97).     
  • Ankit Sharma and Watson were associated in a stand of 60 - Rajasthan's highest first-wicket partnership in the IPL 2014, eclipsing the 54 between Ajinkya Rahane and Karun Nair.     
  • Mohit Sharma is the leading wicket-taker in the IPL 2014 - his tally being 18 at 15.22 runs apiece in ten matches.     
  • Glenn Maxwell (474), Dwayne Smith (440), Brendon McCullum (333) and Robin Uthappa (302) are the top run-scorers in the IPL 2014.     
  • Maxwell and Smith have registered 29 sixes each - the most in the IPL 2014.    
  • Chennai have won ten and lost five out of 15 played against Rajasthan in the IPL 2014 - success % 66.66.     
  • Ajinkya Rahane (252 at an average of 25.20 in ten games) is the first Rajasthan batsman to amass 250 runs in the IPL 2014.     
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni's tally of 2438 at an average of 38.69 in 94 innings is the fifth highest in the IPL - the leading four run-scorers are Suresh Raina (3035), Rohit Sharma (2728), Gautam Gambhir (2709) and Chris Gayle (2620).     
  • Ravindra Jadeja has received his sixth Man of the Match award in the IPL.

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