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Statistical highlights: Delhi Vs Kochi
New Delhi: Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between the Delhi Daredevils and Kochi Tuskers Kerala.
Brendon McCullum, with 240 runs (ave. 30.00) in eight matches, is the top run-scorer for Kochi in the IPL 4.
Delhi Daredevils have aggregated 1407 runs off 179.2 overs -- the most by any team in the fourth edition of the IPL.
Kochi Tuskers have posted 100 off 11.1 overs – the fastest by them in the IPL.
Parthiv Patel`s unbeaten 37 off 31 balls is his highest innings in the IPL 4.
With 11 wickets at 19.72 runs apiece in eight games, Morne Morkel is the top wicket-taker for Delhi Daredevils in the IPL 4.
Kochi Tuskers have recorded one win each against Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai.
Delhi Daredevils became the second team after Pune Warriors to lose six games in the IPL 4.
Kochi Tuskers Kerala (eight points) are placed sixth in the Points Table - four victories and five losses out of nine played.
Parameswaran has bowled superbly to bag two wickets, conceding 29 runs.
Delhi Daredevils (140 for six) registered their lowest total against Kochi Tuskers. They had made 157 for seven at Kochi on April 30, 2011.
Kochi Tuskers` 141 for three is their highest against Delhi Daredevils, eclipsing the 119 at Kochi on April 30, 2011.
Virender Sehwag became the first Delhi batsman to amass 300 runs in IPL 4 - 303 at an average of 33.66 in nine matches.
Sehwag is the third batsman to manage 300 or more in IPL 4 - the first two being Sachin Tendulkar (327) and Paul Valthaty (301).
Sehwag is the first player to register 50 boundaries in the fourth edition of the IPL - 38 fours + 12 sixes.
David Warner`s run-aggregate of 254 (ave.28.22) is the second highest for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 4.
Venugopal Rao is the third Delhi batsman to complete 250 runs (ave.31.25) in nine matches in the IPL 4.
Rudra Pratap Singh has extended his record for most wickets in the Indian Premier League to 57 at an average of 25.28 in 51 matches.
Brendon McCullum and Michael Klinger were involved in an opening stand of 61 - Kochi`s highest for any wicket against Delhi in the IPL.