CHENNAI, April 17: Mumbai Indians’s score of 92 in the DLF Indian Premier League game at the Wankhede Stadium last night was its lowest total in nine matches against Delhi Daredevils.
Some interesting stats from the game:
- It is the second time that Shahbaz Nadeem struck in his first over in nine IPL matches he played
- The lowest match aggregate between these two teams in IPL.
- Umesh Yadav’s 2 for 11 and Irfan Pathan’s one for 12 are the fifth and eighth best economy rate respectively for Delhi Daredevils in IPL where the bowler has bowled four overs.
- Umesh Yadav’s two for 11 in four overs is the best economy rate for this IPL
- Ross Taylor became the 50th player to turn out for Delhi Daredevils
- Ross Taylor took two catches to equal Virender Sehwag’s record for most catches in an innings by a Delhi Daredevils player at Wankhede Stadium against Mumbai Indians.
- RP Singh is Morne Morkel’s 75th wicket in 66 T20 matches
- When on 5, Naman Ojha reached 1200 runs in 61 T20 matches
- When on 2, Ross Taylor reached 700 runs in 35 IPL matches
Delhi Daredevils’ seven-wicket win against Mumbai Indians was:
- Its 31st win in 61 matches in IPL
- Its fourth win against Mumbai Indians in nine matches
- Its first win against Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
- Its tenth largest victory by wickets against any team
- The second time it beat Mumbai Indians by seven wickets, having done that at East London on May 8, 2009.
- Its third largest win by balls remaining against any team (The two best are: 42 balls against Deccan Chargers, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. Hyderabad, April 22, 2008 and 40 balls against Chennai Super Kings, Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi, April 10, 2012).
- Its largest win by balls remaining against Mumbai Indians
Mumbai Indians’ seven-wicket loss against Delhi Daredevils was:
- Its 28th loss in 64 matches in IPL
- the fourth loss against Delhi Daredevils in nine matches
- The lenth largest victory by wickets for any team against Mumbai Indians
- The second time it lost by seven wickets to Delhi Daredevils, having lost similarly in East London on May 8, 2009.
- Its third worst defeat by balls remaining against any team (The two worse defeats were by 48 balls against Deccan Chargers at the Dr DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai on April 27, 2008 and 41 balls by Rajasthan Royals at the Wankhede Stadium on May 20, 2011.
- Its worst defeat by Delhi Daredevils in terms of balls remaining
Mumbai Indians’ total of 92 against Delhi Daredevils was:
- The lowest total this IPL season and the 12th lowest total by any team in IPL
- Its second lowest total in IPL matches after 87 vs. Kings XI Punjab on May 10, 2011.
- The lowest total by any team against Delhi Daredevils.