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IPL 2011 : Match No 26 : Delhi Daredevils vs Kings XI Punjab

This game represents the 200th match in IPL. The break up edition wise – First Edition {59}: Second Edition {59} Third Edition {60} and Fourth Edition {26} totals to 204. There were four abandoned matches – one in 2008, two in 2009 and one in 2011. Subtracting these four games from the total of 204 matches, this match is the 200th match in IPL.

DA Warner and V Sehwag scored 77 runs each in this game providing the 12th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in IPL.

V Sehwag's 77 represents the 51st occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in IPL and the seventh such occasion in IPL 2011. Break up season wise – 2008 {16} : 2009 {12} : 2010 {16} and 2011 {07}.

DA Warner and V Sehwag scored 77 runs each in this game providing the 36th and 37th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in IPL 2011. These two knocks provide the fourth and fifth occasion of Delhi batsman scoring fifties in IPL 2011.

DA Warner's 77 in this game represent his third fifty in IPL 2011. The other two occasions are – 54 vs Jaipur at Jaipur on 12.04.11 and 51 vs Hyderabad at Delhi on 19.04.11.

DA Warner emulated JH Kallis of Kolkata in scoring three fifties in IPL 2011. JH Kallis's feat read thus – 54 vs Chennai at Chennai on 08.04.11: 53 vs Hyderabad at Kolkata on
11.04.11 and 80* vs Jaipur ot Jaipur on 15.04.11.

DA Warner and V Sehwag added 145 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the 48th occasion of a century stand in IPL. This stand represents the 17th occasion of a three figure partnership for the first wicket in IPL. This stand represents the second best stand for the first wicket in IPL. The best is 155 runs unfinished stand between AC Gilchrist and VVS Laxman in the game between Hyderabad and Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08.

DA Warner and V Sehwag added 145 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the seventh occasion of a century stand posted by Delhi batsman in IPL. This stand represents the record stand by Delhi batsmen for any wicket in IPL. The previous best was 133 runs stand for the second wicket between G Gambhir and S Dhawan against Hyderabad at Delhi on 15.05.08.

DA Warner and V Sehwag added 145 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the eighth occasion of a century stand posted against Mohali in IPL. This stand represents the record stand against Mohali for any wicket in IPL. The previous best was 135 runs stand for the first wicket between NV Ojha and GC Smith of Jaipur at Durban on 05.05.09.

DA Warner took his T20 run aggregate to 2741 with his 77 in this game. He now stands fourth in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in IPL. Others are – BJ Hodge {3503} : DJ Hussey {3496} : BB McCullum {2912}.

DJ Hussey took his T20 runs aggregate from 3476 to 3496 with his 20 in this game. He needs four more runs for his 3500 runs in T20 games. BJ Hodge with 3503 runs leads the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in T20 games.

DJ Hussey with his two sixes in this game has an aggregate of 151 boundary sixes in T20 games. He became the second batsman to score 150 plus sixes in T20 games after LRPL Taylor who has scored 162 boundary sixes.

DA Warner took his boundary fours aggregate in T20 games from 279 to 286 with his seven fours in this game. He now stands third in the list of batsmen who have scored most boundary fours in T20 games. BJ Hodge {377} and BB McCullum {294} occupy the first two positions. DA Warner went past GC Smith who had scored 279 fours on his way to the third place.

SE Marsh scored 95 in this game which was his tenth fifty in IPL. He became the fourth batsman to score ten or more fifties in IPL. Others are – JH Kallis {13} : SR Tendulkar
{10} and SK Raina {10}.

AC Gilchrist's IPL boundary sixes aggregate stood at 69 with his lone six in this game. He leads the table with his 69 sixes and is closely followed by YK Pathan {66} and SK
Raina {63}.

DA Warner's 77 in this game was his 19th fifty in T20 games. Others to score 19 or more fifties in T20 games are – BJ Hodge {25}: JH Kallis {20}: HH Gibbs {19} and DJ Hussey {19}.

This game witnessed 23 sixes – 12 by Delhi batsmen and 11 by Mohali batsmen providing  the third occasion in an IPL game 23 or more sixes are scored. The other two occasions are – 30 sixes – 17 by Chennai batsmen and 13 by Jaipur batsmen - in the game between Chennai and Jaipur at Chennai on 03.04.10: 25 sixes {16 by Chennai batsmen and 09 by Mohali batsmen} in the game between Chennai and Mohali at Mohali on 19.04.08 and 23 sixes – 09 by Hyderabad batsman and 14 by Jaipur batsmen – in the game between Hyderabad and Jaipur at Hyd-RGS on 24.04.08.

This game witnessed both the teams scoring 200 plus runs – Delhi {231-4} and Mohali {202-6} providing the eighth occasion of both the teams scoring 200 plus runs in IPL.

Delhi {231-4} and Mohali {202-6} scored 200 plus runs in this game providing the 22nd and 23rd occasion of a team scoring 200 plus runs in IPL.

Mohali scored 202 for 6 batting second in this game providing the 35th occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs batting second. Of these 35 occasions, 17 games are won, 16 games are lost and two games were tied.

Mohali scored 202 for 6 batting second in this game providing the eighth occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs batting second in IPL. Of these eight occasions, three games are won, and five games are lost.
 

SE Marsh's 95 in this game provide the ninth occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in IPL and the first occasion in IPL 2011.

SR Marsh's 95 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 108th occasion of a batsman's fifty going in vain in IPL and 17th such occasion in IPL 2011.

SR Marsh's 95 in this game provide the 38th occasion of a batsman scoring fifty in IPL 2011.

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