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IPL 2011 : Match No 24 : Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore

JH Kallis extended his IPL run aggregate from 1325 to 1365 with his 40 in this game. He stands third in the list of most run getters in IPL. SK Raina {1487} and SR Tendulkar
{1406} occupy the first two places.

JH Kallis scored four boundary fours in this game which gave him an aggregate of 152 boundary fours in IPL. He became the third batsman in IPL to score 150 plus boundary fours. Others are – SR Tendulkar {175} and G Gambhir {156}

G Gambhir's six boundary fours gave him an aggregate of 156 boundary fours at the end of this game. He hit six boundary fours in this game. He is one of three batsman who have scored 150 plus boundary fours in IPL - SR Tendulkar {175} : G Gambhir {156} and JH Kallis {152}.

YK Pathan took his aggregate of boundary sixes to 68 with his three sixes in this game. He now stands second in the list of batsmen who have scored most sixes in IPL. AC
Gilchrist occupies the first place with 68 boundary sixes.

YK Pathan is one of the three batsmen who have scored 60 plus sixes in IPL – AC Gilchrist {68}, YK Pathan {66} and SK Raina {63}.

G Gambhir with his six boundary fours in this game took his boundary fours aggregate in T20 games to 246. The list of batsmen who have scored more than 246 sixes read thus – BJ Hodge {377} : BB McCullum {294} : GC Smith {279} : DA Warner {279} : HH Gibbs {264} :  KC Sangakkara {262} : MJ Lumb {260} and DPMD Jayawardene {252}.

JH Kallis's boundary fours aggregate in T20 games stood at 225 at the end of this game. He hit four boundary fours in this game.

TM Dilshan's boundary fours aggregate in T20 games stood at 200 at the end of this game. He hit six boundaries in this game. HE became the 22nd batsman in the history of T20 game to score 200 plus games. The list of batsmen who have scored 200 plus boundary fours in T20 games read thus - BJ Hodge {377} : BB McCullum {294} : GC Smith {279} : DA Warner {279} : HH Gibbs {264} :  KC Sangakkara {262} : MJ Lumb {260} : DPMD Jayawardene {252} : G Gambhir {240} : DJ Hussey {234} : ST Jayasuriya {226} : SR Tendulkar {225} : JH Kallis {225} : M van Jaarsveld {217} : IJL Trott {215} : V Sehwag {208} : AD Brown {207} : ME Trescothick {204} : AC Gilchrist {204} : IJ Harvey {202} : DL Maddy {202} and TM Dilshan {200}.

CH Gayle and TM Dilshan added 123 runs in this game providing the 46th occasion of a century stand in IPL. This stand also represents the 16th occasion of a three figure
partnership for the first wicket in IPL.

This stand represents the second occasion of Bangalore batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. The first occasion was the 126 runs unfinished stand for the second
wicket against Mumbai at Johannesburg on 03.05.09.

This stand represents the sixth occasion of a three figure partnership posted against Kolkata in IPL. The other five occasions are – 127 runs for the first wicket between ST
Jayasuriya and SR Tendulkar of Mumbai at Port Elizabeth on 27.04.09 : 137* runs for the second wicket between M Vijay and SK Raina of Chennai at Chennai on 13.04.10 : 113* runs for the fourth wicket between RV Uthappa and DJ Bravo of Mumbai at Kolkata on 29.04.00 : 109* runs for the fourth wicket between S Badrinath and MS Dhoni of Chennai at Kolkata on 16.03.00 and 128 runs for the fourth wicket between DA Warner and PD Collingwood of Delhi at Delhi on 29.03.10.

CH Gayle scored 102 not out in this game providing the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred in IPL. The complete list read thus – 158* by BB McCullum of Kolkata vs Bangalore at Bangalore on 18.04.08: 116* by MEK Hussey of Chennai vs Mohali at Mohali on 19.04.08: 117* by A Symonds of Hyderabad vs Jaipur at Hyd-RGS on 24.04.08: 109* by AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08: 114* by ST Jayasuriya of Mumbai vs Chennai at Mumbai on 14.05.08: 115 by SE Marsh of Mohali vs Jaipur at Mohali on 28.05.08: 105* by AB de Villiers of Delhi vs Chennai at Durban on 23.04.08: 114* by MK Pandey of Bangalore vs Hyderabad at Centurion on 21.05.09: 100 by YK Pathan of Jaipur vs Mumbai at Mum-BS on 13.03.10: 107* by DA Warner of Delhi vs Kolkata at Delhi on 29.03.10: 127* by M Vijay of Chennai vs Jaipur at Chennai on 03.04.10 : 110* by DPMD Jayawardene of Mohali vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 04.04.10 : PC Valthaty of Punjab vs Chennai at Mohali on 13.04.11 : 100* by SR Tendulkar of Mumbai vs Kochi at Mum-BS on 15.04.11 and 102* by CH Gayle of Bangalore vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 23.04.11.

CH Gayle with his 102 not out became the third batsman to score a hundred against Kolkata in IPL. Others are - 107* by DA Warner of Delhi at Delhi on 29.03.10 and 110* by DPMD Jayawardene of Mohali at Kolkata on 04.04.10.

CH Gayle hit seven boundary sixes in this innings. His feat provide the 13th occasion of a batsman scoring seven or more boundary sixes in an innings in IPL.

CH Gayle has hit seven or more boundary fours on two occasions in IPL – eight sixes representing Kolkata against Mohali at Kolkata on 04.04.10 and seven sixes representing Bangalore against Kolkata at Kolkata on 23.04.11.

CH Gayle became the second batsman in IPL to score seven or more sixes on two occasions in IPL after YK Pathan. YK Pathan's feat read thus – eight sixes representing Jaipur against Mumbai at Mum-BS on 13.03.10 and eight sixes representing Jaipur against Hyderabad at Ahmedabad on 26.03.10.

CH Gayle with his seven sixes became the first batsman to score seven sixes in an innings in IPL 2011. The following four batsmen have scored five sixes in an innings in IPL 2011 – AB de Villiers of Bangalore vs Kochi at Kochi on 09.04.11 : PC Valthaty of Mohali vs Hyderabad at Hyd-RGS on 16.04.11 : JD Ryder of Pune vs Delhi at Mum-DYP on 17.04.11 and Yuvraj Singh of Pune vs Delhi at Mum-DYP on 17.04.11.

CH Gayle with his seven sixes in this game became the seventh batsman to aggregate seven or more sixes in IPL 2011. The complete list read thus – RA Jadeja {11} : PC Valthaty {10} : AB de Villiers {08} : BB McCullum {08} : CH Gayle {07} : Y Venugopala Rao {07} and MK Tiwary {07}

Bangalore registered nine wickets win in this game providing the third occasion of a team winning a game by ten wickets in IPL 2011. The other two occasions are – Mumbai winning by nine wickets against Bangalore at Bangalore on 12.04.11 and Kolkata winning by nine wickets against Jaipur at Jaipur on 15.04.11. Thus Kolkata became the first team to win and lose a game by nine wickets in IPL 2011.

Bangalore's nine wickets win in this game provide the 19th occasion of a team winning a game by nine or more wickets in IPL and 16th occasion by exact nine wickets.

Bangalore's win by nine wickets in this game provide its fourth win by nine or more wickets in IPL – by ten wickets vs Jaipur at Bangalore on 18.03.10 : by nine wickets vs
Mumbai at Jo’burg on 03.05.09 : by nine wickets vs Hyderabad at Mumbai on 22,04,10 and by nine wickets vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 22.04.11.

Bangalore became the second team in IPL to post wins by nine or more wickets on four occasions. Delhi is the other team to post four wins by nine or more wickets – by ten
wickets vs Mohali at Cape Town on 19.04.00 : by nine wickets vs Jaipur at Delhi on 19.04.08 : by nine wickets vs Hyderabad at Hyd-RGS on 22.04.08 and by nine wickets vs Kolkata at Durban on 05.05.09.

Kolkata became the first team in IPL to suffer loss by nine wickets on four occasions – Chennai won by nine wickets at Chennai on 26.04.08 : Delhi won by nine wickets at Durban on 05.05.09 : Chennai won by nine wickets at Chennai on 13.04.10 and Bangalore won by nine wickets at Kolkata on 22.04.11.

 

Bangalore, Mumbai and Mohali are the teams to have suffered nine wickets loss on three occasions in IPL.

Zaheer Khan returned with none for 53 in this game providing the third occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in IPL 2011. Others are – none of 59 by SK
Trivedi of Jaipur vs Mohali at Mohali on 21.04.11 and 1 for 50 by SK Warne of Jaipur vs Mohali at Mohali on 21.04.11.

Zaheer Khan became the second bowler in IPL 2011 to concede 50 plus runs without a wicket in IPL 2011. SK Trivedi of Jaipur is the other bowler to suffer such an ignominy. He had returned with figures of none of 59 representing Jaipur against Mohali at Mohali on 21.04.11.

Zaheer Khan with his none of 53 in this game provided the 26th occasion of a bowler conceding fifty plus runs in IPL. He became the third Banglaore bowler to concede fifty plus runs in IPL. Others are – none for 54 by Pankaj Singh vs Mumbai at Bangalore on 17.04.10 and 1 for 51 by JH Kallis vs Mohali at Durban on 24.04.09.

Zaheer Khan's none for 53 in this game provide the 12th occasion of a bowler conceding fifty plus runs without capturing a wicket in IPL. He became the second Bangalore bowler to suffer such an ignominy. Pankaj Singh had returned with figures of none of 54 against Mumbai at Bangalore on 17.04.10.

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