The Saturday doubleheader of IPL 2020 between Mumbai-Delhi and Hyderabad-Bangalore saw both the matches having definitely under-par totals being chased with ease. However Sunrisers Hyderabad faced some hiccups during their chase while Mumbai Indians chased it comfortably. While Ishan Kishan dominated in the chase with a 47-ball-72 for Mumbai Indians, SRH had more or less equal contributions from Wriddhiman Saha, Manish Pandey and Jason Holder.
Mumbai Indians winning the first game of the day in IPL 2020 assured them a top-spot in 2020 IPL, while none of the other teams has confirmed to even qualify to the playoffs. On the other hand, Sunrisers Hyderabad’s qualification chances have greatly been boosted with another huge win in a row. Now they only need to win one more match, but against a strong MI team on Tuesday.
Here we look at the stats produced from the two games of IPL 2020.
1 – Mumbai Indians become the first ever team to play 200 IPL matches. It went as grand as they wanted, by defeating Delhi Capitals in a convincing style and confirming the top-spot in the points table in IPL 2020.
1 – Times changed too soon after Shikhar Dhawan had secured a place in the Indian team. Within five matches, he has a streak of consecutive hundreds as well as consecutive ducks. He is only the fourth player with consecutive fifty-plus scores and also consecutive ducks within the same IPL season.
List of all such players
Herschelle Gibbs in 2009
Adam Gilchrist in 2011
Gautam Gambhir in 2014
Shikhar Dhawan in 2020
4 – Shreyas Iyer becomes the first player to score 400+ runs in four IPL seasons for Delhi Capitals (2015, 2018, 2019, 2020). He is also the first DC player to cross 400+ runs in three consecutive seasons. Virender Sehwag is the only other DC player with 400+ runs in three seasons (2008, 2011, 2012).
6 – Total number of times Jasprit Bumrah took 3 or more wickets, while conceding under 20 runs in an IPL innings. Since his debut IPL season in 2016, no pacer did it more than thrice, while only Andrew Tye did it thrice.
3 – Ishan Kishan was playing since IPL 2016, but half of his IPL fifties (3 out of 6) have come this year. Each of them are big ones, with 99 against RCB, 68* against CSK and 72* against DC in the recent match.
2 – This is the second consecutive match where Kagiso Rabada went wicketless. Before these two matches, he had a record of taking at least one wicket in 25 consecutive IPL matches that he played.
1 – This is the first time Mumbai Indians defeat Delhi Capitals by 9 or more wickets. Their previous biggest win against the same opposition was an 8-wicket win in 2012.
1 – Mumbai Indians become the first team to top the points table in consecutive IPL seasons. CSK (in 2018 & 2019) is the only other team to take a top-2 spot in all IPL seasons.
6 – David Warner becomes the sixth player to captain 60 IPL matches and the second overseas player after Adam Gilchrist, who captained 74. Out of them, Warner has won 32 and lost 28 matches (including a Super Over).
7 – This is the seventh instance of Virat Kohli dismissed in single digit scores in consecutive IPL innings. Two of those streaks have come this year itself.
7 – This is also the seventh instance of Virat Kohli being out to Sandeep Sharma, who is now the bowler dismissing Kohli the most. Ashish Nehra dismissed him 6 times in the IPL.
4 – This is the fourth time David Warner is out at a single digit score, which is his joint most of any season with Sunrisers Hyderabad. He was also out for 4 single digit scores in 2014, which was also partly hosted by UAE.
4 – Manish Pandey becomes the fourth player to score 1000 or more runs for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Most runs by an SRH player in IPL
3715 – David Warner
2768 – Shikhar Dhawan
1502 – Kane Williamson
1008 – Manish Pandey
790 – Jonny Bairstow
260.0 – Jason Holder’s strike-rate while scoring an unbeaten 26(10), which is the joint second highest for a Sunrisers Hyderabad player who faced at least 10 balls in IPL.
Best strike-rate of a Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman in IPL (min: 10 balls)
340.0 – Rashid Khan vs .KKR, 2018
260.0 – Jason Holder vs RCB, today
260.0 – Ben Cutting vs RCB, 2016
259.1 – Moises Henriques vs RCB, 2015
245.5 – Bipul Sharma vs GL, 2016
233.3 – Vijay Shankar vs RR, 2019
232.0 – David Warner vs RCB, 2016
229.6 – Yuvraj Singh vs RCB, 2017
2 – This is Sunrisers Hyderabad’s second biggest win and Royal Challengers Bangalore’s third biggest defeat in IPL, in terms of balls remaining.
Biggest wins by SRH in IPL (by balls left):-
37 – vs DC at Hyderabad, 2013
35 – vs RCB at Sharjah, 2020
31 – vs GL at Rajkot, 2016
30 – vs KKR at Hyderabad, 2019
27 – vs GL at Hyderabad, 2017
8 – This is the eighth season with SRH and RCB facing each other. Remarkably whenever they faced each other at least twice in a season, both SRH and RCB won at least one match. This counts for all seasons except for 2017, where a match was abandoned without a ball bowled.
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