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IPL Match 63: Kings XI Punjab vs Royal Challengers Bangalore

IPL 2011 : Match No 63 : Kings Eleven Punjab vs Royal Challengers Bangalore at Dharamsala on 17.05.11 : Kings Eleven Punjab won by 111 runs

Mohali posted a total of 232 for 2 in this game providing the fourth occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in IPL 2011. The other three occasions are - 231 for 4 by Delhi vs Mohali at Delhi on 23.04.11: 205 for 6 by Bangalore vs Mohali at Bangalore on 06.05.11 and Mohali vs Delhi at Delhi on 23.04.11. Thus 232 for 2 by Bangalore in this game represent the highest total posted by a team in IPL 2011.

Mohali became the only team in IPL to post totals of 200 plus on two occasions - 202 for 6 vs Delhi at Delhi on 23.04.11 and 232 for 2 vs Bangalore at Dharamsala on 17.05.11

Mohali's 232 for 2 in this game provide the 25th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in IPL. It also provide the sixth occasion of Mohali posting a total of 200 plus runs in IPL - 232 for 2 vs Bangalore at Dharamsala on 17.05.11, 221 for 3 vs Jaipur at Mohali on 28.05.08, 207 for 4 vs Chennai at Chennai on 19.04.08. 204 for 2 vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 04.04.10, 203 for 3 vs Bangalore at Bangalore on 16.03.10 and 202 for 6 vs Delhi at Delhi on 23.04.11

Mohali's team total of 200 plus run on six occasions is a record for most occasions of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in IPL. Mohali went past Jaipur which has posted 200 plus runs on five occasions.

Mohali won this game by 111 runs providing the third occasion of a team winning an IPL game by 100 plus runs margin. The other two occasions are - Kolkata winning the game by 140 runs against Bangalore at Bangalore on 18.04.08 and Jaipur winning the game by 105 runs against Delhi at Delhi on 17.03.10

Mohali won this game by 111 runs providing the 34th occasion of a team winning a T20 game by 100 plus runs margin.

AC Gilchrist and SE Marsh added 206 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the first occasion of a 200 plus runs partnership in T20 games. Thus this stand represents the highest three figure partnership for any wicket and also for any wicket in T20 games. The previous best for any wicket and also for the second wicket was - 186 runs partnership for the second wicket between JL Langer and CL White of Somerset vs Gloucestershire at Taunton on 27.06.05.

AC Gilchrist and SE Marsh added 206 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the 54th occasion of a century stand in IPL. This stand represents the highest three figure partnership for any wicket and also for the second wicket in IPL. The previous best for any wicket was - 155 runs unfinished stand for the first wicket between AC Gilchrist and VVS Laxman of Hyderabad vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08.  The previous best for the second wicket was - 152 runs unfinished stand between JH Kallis and G Gambhir for Kokata vs Jaipur at Jaipur on 15.04.11

AC Gilchrist and SE Marsh added 206 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the eighth occasion of a century stand by Mohali batsmen in IPL. This stand represents the highest three figure partnership for any wicket and also for the second wicket by Mohali batsmen in IPL.  The previous best for any wicket was - 136 runs for the first wicket between AC Gilchrist and PC Valthaty against Hyderabad at Hyd-RGS on 16.04.11. The previous best for the second wicket was - 133 runs stand between SE Marsh and LA Pomersbach vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 21.05.08.

AC Gilchrist and SE Marsh added 206 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the tenth occasion of a century stand against Bangalore in IPL.  This stand represents the highest three figure partnership for any wicket and also for the second wicket against Bangalore in IPL. The previous best for any wicket was – 129 runs stand for the first wicket between RS Bopara and MS Bisla of Mohali at Bangalore on 16.03.10. The previous best for the second wicket was – 110 runs unfinished stand between SR Tendulkar and AT Rayudu of Mumbai at Bangalore on 12.04.11.

AC Gilchrist's 106 in this game provide the sixth occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred in IPL 2011. The other five are - 120* by PC Valthaty of Mohali vs Chennai at Mohali on 13.04.11, 119 by V Sehwag of Delhi vs Hyderabad at Hyd-RGS on 05.05.11, 107 by CH Gayle of Bangalore vs Mohali at Bangalore on 06.05.11, 102* by CH Gayle of Bangalore vs Kolkata at Kokata on 22.04.11 and 100* by SR Tendulkar of Mumbai vs Kochi at Mumbai on 15.04.11

AC Gilchrist's 106 in this game provide the 18th occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred in IPL. Edition wise break up read thus - 2008 {06} : 2009 {02} : 2010  {04} and 2011 {06}.

AC Gilchrist's 106 in this game provide the sixth occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred in IPL 2011. 2008 Edition also witnessed six hundreds.

AC Gilchrist's 106 in this game represents his second hundred in IPL, the first being his 109 not for Hyderabad against Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08. AC Gilchrist became the second batsman in IPL to score two hundreds after CH Gayle of Bangalore.  CH Gayle’s hundreds are - 102 not out vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 22.04.11 and 107 vs Mohali at Bangalore on 06.05.11.

AC Gilchist's 106 in this game represent his third hundred in T20 games. He became the fourth batsman in the annals of T20 games to score three hundreds. Others are - IJ Harvey, CH Gayle and BB McCullum

The three hundreds scored by these four batsmen are listed thus -  IJ Harvey's three hundreds read thus - 109 for Yorkshire vs Derbyshire at Leeds on 28.06.08 : 108 not out for Yorkshire vs Lancashire at Leeds on 14.07.04 and 100 not out for Gloucestershire vs Warwickshire at Birmingham on 23.06.04  

BB McCullum's three hundreds read thus - 158 not out for Kolkata vs Bangalore at Bangalore on 18.04.08 : 116* for New Zealand vs Australia at Christchurch on 28.02.10 and 108 not out for Otago vs Auckland at Dunedin on 15.01.10.

CH Gayle’s three hundreds read thus - 117 for West Indies vs South Africa at Jo’burg on 11.09.07 and 107 for Bangalore vs Kolkata at Kolkata on 22.04.11 and 102 not out vs Mohali at Banglaore on 06.05.11

AC Gilchrist's three hundreds read thus - 109 not out for Hyderabad vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08: 106 for Mohali vs Bangalore at Dharamsala on 17.05.11 and 106 for Middlesex vs Kent at Canterbury on 11.06.10

AC Gilchrist's aggregate runs in IPL read 1552 at the end of this game. He became the third batsman to amass 1500 plus runs in IPL. The others are - SK Raina {1709} and SR Tendulkar {1578}

AC Gilchrist became the first batsman to score 80 boundary sixes in IPL. He has a tally of 80 sixes at the end of this game. He scored nine sixes in this game. His 80 sixes is a record for most boundary sixes in IPL. He went past YK Pathan who had scored 72 sixes in IPL earn the record for most sixes by a batsman in IPL

AC Gilchrist's nine sixes in this game provide the seventh occasion of a batsman scoring nine or more sixes in an innings in IPL. The other seven occasions - BB McCullum of Kolkata - 13 sixes vs Bangalore at Bangalore on 18.04.08, ST Jayasuriya of Mumbai - 11 sixes vs Chennai at Mumbai on 14.05.08, M Vijay of Chennai - 11 sixes vs Jaipur at Chennai on 03.04.10, AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad - 10 sixes vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08, MEK Hussey of Chennai - 09 sixes vs Mohali at Mohali on 19.04.08 and CH Gayle of Bangalore - 09 sixes vs Mohali at Bangalore on 06.05.11

AC Gilchrist earned the distinction of becoming the only batsman to score nine or more sixes in IPL on two occasions - representing Hyderabad he scored 09 sixes vs Mumbai at Mumbai on 27.04.08 and representing Mohali he scored nine sixes vs Bangalore at Dharamsala on 17.05.08.

AC Gilchrist became the second batsman to score nine or more sixes against Bangalore in IPL. BB McCullum has scored 13 sixes against Bangalore at Bangalore on 18.04.08

AC Gilchrist completed 2000 runs in T20 games when he was on 1 during his knock of 106 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate stood at 2105. He became the 27th batsman to aggregate 2000 plus runs in IPL. AC Gilchrist’s 2105 runs have come when he was keeping wickets.

AC Gilchrist's tally of boundary sixes stood at 108 at the end of this game in T20 games. He scored nine sixes in this game. He became the 15th batsman to score 100 plus sixes in T20 games. Others are - LRPL Taylor {164}, DJ Hussey {152}, BB McCullum {132}, KA Pollard {130}, JA Morkel {121}, CH Gayle {119}, Yuvraj Singh {113}, DA Warner {112}, YK Pathan {107}, SB Styris {105}, CL White {104}, OA Shah {104}, SK Raina {102} and ST Jayasuriya {100}

AC Gilchrist effected three dismissals in this game {two catches and one stumping} which gave him an aggregate of 50 dismissals in IPL. He became the first wicket keeper to effect 50 dismissals in IPL

AC Gilchrist's two catches in this game gave him 34 catches in IPL which is a record for most catches in IPL. He went past KC Sangakkara who had pouched 33 catches.

AC Gilchrist's three dismissals in this game took his aggregate of dismissals in T20 games to 79 {57 ct and 22 st}. Kamran Akmal {85 - 40 ct and 45 st} and KC Sangakkara {82 - 58 ct and 24 st} are ahead of AC Gilchrist in terms of dismissal in T20 games. AC Gilchrist's 57 catches in T20 games is one catch shy of KC Sangakkara's 58 catches.

DJ Hussey pouched three catches in this game providing the 19th occasion of a fieldsman taking three or more catches in an innings in IPL. He became the second Mohali fielder to take three catches in an innings in IPL after PP Chawla. PP Chawla had taken three catches against Bangalore at Durban on 01.05.09

DJ Hussey became the sixth fieldsman to take three catches in an innings against Bangalore in IPL. Others are - AM Nayar of Mumbai at Mumbai on 20.04.08, PP Chawla of Mohali at Durban on 01.05.09, DA Warner of Delhi at Delhi on 04.04.10, B Sumanth of Hyderabad at Nagpur on 12.04.10, S Anirudha of Chennai at Chennai on 16.04.11.

PP Chawla captured 4 for 17 in this game and took his aggregate of wickets in IPL to 57. His 4 for 17 represents his best bowling figures in IPL.

PP Chawla's 4 for 17 in this game provide the 41st occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in IPL. His figures represent the fifth occasion of a Mohali bowler accounting for four wickets in IPL. The other four occasions are - 4 for 31 by YA Abdulla vs Bangalore at Durban on 24.04.09, 4 for 36 by YA Abdulla vs Bangalore at Durban on 01.05.09, 4 for 29 by PC Valthaty vs Hyderabad at Hyd-RGS on 16.04.11 and 4 for 22 by BA Bhatt vs Mumbai at Mohali on 11.05.11. Thus PP Chawla's 4 for 17 in this game represent the best bowling figures by a Mohali bowler against various oppositons in IPL

PP Chawla's 4 for 17 in this game represent the eighth occasion of a bowler capturing four wickets against Bangalore in IPL. The other seven occasions are - 4 for 29 by GD McGrath of Delhi at Delhi on 30.04.08, 4 for 32 by JA Morkel of Chennai at Chennai on 21.05.08, 4 for 18 by CD Fernando of Mumbai at Bangalore on 28.05.08, 4 for 31 by YA Abdulla of Mohali at Durban on 24.04.09, 4 for 36 by YA Abdulla of Mohali  Durban on 01.05.09, 4 for 19 by A Singh of Jaipur at Centurion on 07.05.09 and 4 for 19 by AD Mathews of Kolkata at Kolkata on 14.03.08. Thus PP Chawla's 4 for 17 in this game represent the best bowling figures by a Mohali bowler against Bangalore in IPL.

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