IPL 2013 stats highlights: Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings

Mitchell Johnson (L) wrecked the Chennai Super Kings with three wickets in one over © IANS

Mumbai: May 5, 2013

Statistical highlights of the match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings:

# Chennai Super Kings (79) have recorded their lowest total at the IPL, surpassing the 109 against Rajasthan Royals at Jaipur on May 4, 2008.

# The 60-run vicory is Mumbai’s eighth out of 13 played against Chennai at the IPL (lost five) — success % 61.53.

# The above score is the fourth lowest in the IPL and the lowest by any team in the IPL 2013.

# Pragyan Ojha (three for 11) has recorded his best bowling figures at the IPL.

# Ojha has claimed 18 wickets at 12.88 runs apiece in eleven matches against Chennai at the IPL – the most against Chennai.

# Harbhajan Singh (25 not out) has registered his highest score in the present tournament.

# Michael Hussey has become the leading run-scorer at the IPL 2013, totalling 507 at an average of 56.33 in eleven matches.

# Rohit Sharma became the third player to amass 400 runs or more in the present tournament – 414 (ave.59.14) in eleven matches. He has joined Michael Hussey (507) and Chris Gayle (505).

# Harbhajan and Rohit were associated in a stand of 57 (unbroken) – Mumbai’s highest for the sixth wicket against Chennai at the IPL. The said stand is the highest by any pair for the sixth wicket against Chennai at the IPL.

# Mumbai Indians have won all five matches at Wankhede Stadium at the IPL 2013 apart from winning all four against Chennai Super Kings at this venue.

# Mumbai Indians have won 50 IPL games and became the second team after Chennai Super Kings (56) to achieve the feat.

# Mumbai Indians’ magnifient 60-run victory is their largest by runs margin against Chennai at the IPL. The said win is their fourth biggest by runs margin – the largest being by 98 runs against Delhi Daredevils at Feroz Shah Kotla on March 17, 2010.

# Chennai’s above loss is their largest by runs margin at the IPL, eclipsing the 36-run loss to RCB at Bangalore on March 23, 2010.