Mumbai: Following are the statistical highlights of the Indian Premeir League match between Chennai Super Kings and Pune Warriors on Wednesday.
Subramaniam Badrinath, in the first seven games in the IPL 4, has averaged 117.50 - the third highest, behind Rohit Sharma (190.00) and Chris Gayle (128.00).
Doug Bollinger has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the second time in the IPL.
Yuvraj Singh (62 not out off 43 balls) has posted his second fifty in the present edition of the IPL - his fifth IPL fifty in all. His performance is brilliant so far in the IPL 4, aggregating 191 (ave. 63.66) in six matches.
Yuvraj has recorded ten sixes in the IPL 4 - a tally exceeded only by Paul Valthaty (12) and Ravindra Jadeja (11)
Srikkanth Anirudha is the leading fielder in the fourth edition of the IPL - eight catches in seven matches.
Robin Uthappa is the 15th batsman to complete 1,000 runs in the IPL.
Chennai Super Kings have won four and lost three out of seven contested in the IPL 4. Their tally of eight points is the second highest in the IPL 4, next only to Mumbai Indians` ten.
Pune Warriors have won two and lost four out of six played in the IPL 4 - success % 33.33.
Doug Bollinger (3/21) has registered his best bowling figures in the fourth edition of the IPL.
Bollinger is the top wicket-taker for Chennai in the fourth edition of the IPL, claiming 8 at an average of 11.12, the strike rate being 11.2.
Subramaniam Badrinath is the top run-scorer for Chennai Super Kings in the fourth edition of the IPL, aggregating 235 at an average of 117.50 in seven games.
Jacques Kallis, David Warner and Badrinath are the three batsmen to have recorded three fifties in the IPL 4.
Pune Warriors have become the first team to have lost four consecutive games. Their winning % of 33.33 is the lowest in the IPL. Pune, Delhi and Deccan are the three teams to have lost four matches in the IPL 4.
Chennai Super Kings have become the first team to register 30 victories in the IPL. They have lost 22 and tied one out of 53 played.
Chennai`s success % of 57.54 is the best in the IPL overall.
Suresh Raina is the first player to manage to make 1500 runs in the IPL, totalling 1528 at an average of 36.38 in 53 matches. Murali Kartik has bagged his first wicket in five IPL games this season, conceding 125 runs - his victim being Mike Hussey.
Hussey became the first Chennai batsman to make 200 runs in the IPL 4, aggregating 202 in five matches at an average of 50.50.
First Published: Wednesday, April 27, 2011, 22:31