IPL 2013: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kings XI Punjab – Statistical Highlights
Hyderabad: Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kings XI Punjab here.
• With 85 wickets (ave. 19.96) in 66 games, Amit Mishra has emulated Lasith Malinga`s tally of 85 wickets at 17.09 in 59 matches in the IPL.
• With 124 runs (ave. 31.00) in five matches, David Hussey is the only Punjab batsman to reach 100 runs in the IPL 6. Mandeep Singh`s tally of 93 runs (ave.18.60) in five matches has the next best for Punjab.
• Not even a single batsman could manage a fifty in the first five games. Manan Vohra`s superb unbeaten 43 off 28 balls against Pune Warriors at Pune on April 7 remains the highest for Punjab in the IPL 6.
• Sunrisers Hyderabad became the first team to post five victories out of seven contested at the IPL 6.
• Kings XI Punjab`s 123 for 9 is their lowest total in the present edition.
• Adam Gilchrist (26) has recorded his highest score this season -- his average being 11.40 (57 runs in five innings).
• Amit Mishra, with eleven wickets (15.18) in seven matches, is the leading wicket-taker in the IPL 2013, followed by Sunil Narine -- 10 (ave.12.20) in five matches.
• Hanuma Vihari (46 off 39 balls) has recorded his highest score in Twenty20. He has got his second Man of the Match award at the IPL 2013.
• Thisara Perera, with 140 runs at an average of 23.33 in seven games, is the top run-scorer for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
• 175 sixes have been recorded so far in the IPL 2013.
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