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Sharjah: Apr 28, 2014
# Mumbai Indians have lost four games in a row in the present competition — their worst losing streak at the IPL. They had lost four in succession for the first time in?the 2008 edition between April 20 and 27.
# Mumbai could not reach 150 in the first four games of the current tournament. Their highest total is 141 for seven vs Chennai at Dubi (DSC) on April 25.
# In the first four games, Rohit Sharma’s fifty — 50 vs Chennai at Dubai on April 25 — is the only one for Mumbai.
# The top three run-scorers?at the IPL 2014 for Delhi are — Jean-Paul Duminy (173), Murali Vijay (121) and Dinesh Karthik (94).
# Harbhajan Singh retired hurt for the second time in the IPL, equalling Sachin Tendulkar in doing so.
# Delhi’s six-wicket win is their seventh in 13 matches against Mumbai Indians at the IPL.
# Delhi have won 44 and lost 50 matches out of 96 contested at the IPL (Tied one and NR 1) — success % 46.84.
# Kieron Pollard took his tally to 1113 (ave. 25.88) in 66 matches. Only three batsmen have amassed more runs than Pollard for Mumbai at the IPL. Sachin Tendulkar (2334), Ambati Rayudu (1447) and Rohit Sharma (1426) are the top run-getters.
# The top run-scorers for Delhi at the IPL 2014 are — Jean-Paul Duminy (173), Murali Vijay (121) and Dinesh Karthik (94).
# Vijay has got his sixth Man of the Match award at the IPL.
# Duminy enjoys an outstanding record in the present competition — his tally being 173 (ave. 86.50) in five innings, including two fifties.
# Lasith Malinga (110) is the top wicket-taker for Mumbai at the IPL, followed by Harbhajan Singh (80) and Kieron Pollard (51).
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