Bangalore: Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore here.
• Munaf Patel has recorded expensive figures -- 4-0-54-1 -- the most conceded by a Mumbai bowler in the IPL 2012.
• Mayank Agarwal (64 not out off 30 balls) has registered his career-best knock in Twenty20 - his third fifty.
• Chris Gayle has amassed 578 runs at an average of 52.54 in 13 games in the IPL 2012, extending his record.
• Gayle`s above tally is the fourth highest in an IPL tournament - the highest being Sachin Tendulkar (618 at 47.53 in 15 matches in 2009-10).
• Gayle has recorded 44 sixes, emulating his own feat of most sixes in an IPL tournament, achieved for the first time in 2011.
• Kieron Pollard (52 not out off 31 balls) has recorded his second half-century in the IPL - both in the present tournament.
• The 122-run unbroken sixth-wicket match-winning partnership between Rayudu and Pollard is the highest in the IPL.
• Rayudu has deservingly got his fourth Man-of-the-Match award in the IPL Rayudu has completed his 300 runs in the present tournament, totaling 311 at an average of 44.42 in 14 matches.
• In the course of his match-winning innings, Rayudu has completed his 1,000 runs in the IPL, totalling 1062 at an average of 31.23 in 44 matches.
• Rayudu (81 not out off 54 balls) has registered his highest innings in the IPL - his second fifty in the present tournament and eighth in the IPL overall.
• Rayudu`s brilliant unbeaten knock is the highest by a Mumbai batsman against Bangalore in the IPL.
• Sachin Tendulkar has recorded his first golden duck - his third in the IPL.
• With 15 points, Royal Challengers Bangalore are placed fifth in the Points table.
• Of the 11 games played against Bangalore in the IPL, Mumbai Indians have won six and lost five out - success per centage 54.54.
• Mumbai Indians have become the second side after Delhi Daredevils to win nine matches in the present competition.
• Mumbai Indians, thanks to their win over Bangalore, are placed second in the points table.