IPL 7: Kings XI Punjab vs Chennai Super Kings - Statistical highlights

Cuttack: Statistical highlights of IPL match between Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings here.

# Suresh Raina has become the first batsman to amass 3,000 runs in the IPL - his tally being 3014 (ave.34.64) in 107 games.

# Maxwell has become the first batsman to complete 400 runs in the present edition of the IPL - 435 (ave.62.14) in seven innings.

# Maxwell has recorded 27 sixes - the most by a player in the IPL 2014, outstripping Dwayne Smith`s 24 for Chennai Super Kings.

# Glenn Maxwell (90 off 38 balls) has recorded his fourth fifty in the IPL 2014. He has become the second batsman after Dwayne Smith to record four fifties in the present competition.

# Maxwell became the first batsman to post three scores in the nervous 90s in the same edition of the IPL.

# Maxwell is the only batsman to record three scores in the nervous nineties in the IPL.

# Punjab`s magnificent 44-run victory is their largest in terms of runs over Chennai in the IPL. They have won five and lost eight out of 14 played against Chennai in the IPL (Tied one) - winning % 39.28.

# Punjab`s huge total of 231 for four is the highest by any team against Chennai in the IPL, bettering Rajasthan`s 223 for five by Rajasthan Royals at Chennai on April 3,2010.

# Punjab became the only team to register three totals of 200 or more against Chennai in the IPL.

# Punjab became the first team to register totals of 200 or more twice against the same opponent in the same IPL season.

# Punjab`s earlier totals of 200 or more against Chennai in the IPL were 207 for four at Mohali on April 19, 2008 and 206 for four at Abu Dhabi on April 18, 2014.

# The highest three innings in the present edition of the IPL have been played by Glenn Maxwell - 95 vs Chennai at Abu Dhabi on April 18, 95 vs Hyderabad at Sharjah on April 22 and 90 vs Punjab at Cuttack on May 7, 2014.

# Maxwell became the first batsman to receive four Man of the Match awards in the present competition.

# Mohit Sharma is the leadingwicket-taker in the present competition - 14 (ave.15.50) in eight matches.

# Punjab made 69 for two after ten overs. Between 11 and 12 overs, they totalled 162 for two - the most by any team in last 10 overs, eclipsing the 155 by Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals in Chennai on April 3, 2010.

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