Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Chennai Super Kings and Pune Warriors, in Chennai, on Wednesday.
# Murali Kartik again failed to take a wicket in the present edition of the IPL, conceding 98 runs, the economy rate being 7.53 in four games.
# Robin Uthappa and Kumar Sangakkara shared a record for most dismissals (eight) in the IPL 4.
# S Badrinath, with an unbeaten 11 off 7 balls against Pune, is averaging 86.00 in the IPL 4, amassing 172 in five innings.
# Badrinath's runs' tally of 172 in five innings is the third highest for Chennai Super Kings, next only to the 193 by Mike Hussey and 180 by Murali Vijay.
# Murali Vijay and Michael Hussey were involved in a first wicket partnership of 64 -- their highest opening stand in IPL 2011.
# Pune Warriors' defeat to Chennai Super Kings is their third out of five contested in IPL 4.
# Yuvraj Singh is the 14th batsman to score 1,000 runs in the IPL, aggregating 1023, at an average of 25.57, in 48 matches.
# Apart from Yuvraj (ave.43.00), not a single Pune player has averaged more than 27.00 in the present edition of the IPL.
# Jesse Ryder, however, is the top run-scorer for Pune in the IPL, amassing 135 at an average of 27.00 in five matches.
# Albie Morkel (3/29) produced his best bowling figures in IPL 4.
# Chennai Super Kings, with their 25-run win over Pune Warriors, have won three and lost three out of six played in IPL 4, moving to the fourth position in the points table.
# Chennai have won 29 and lost 22 out of 52 played (Tied 1) in the IPL.
# Chennai's tally of 29 wins is the highest in the IPL, bettering Mumbai Indians' 28.
# Chennai's total of 142 for six is their lowest when they batted for 20 overs in the present IPL competition.
Against Kochi, they could make 131 for four in 17 overs at Kochi on April 18.
# Pune Warriors (114 for nine) registered their lowest total in 20 overs in IPL 4.
# Suresh Raina extended his tally for the highest run-aggregate in the IPL to 1494 at an average of 35.57, including 10 fifties, in 52 matches.
# Michael Hussey became the top run-scorer for Chennai in IPL 4, amassing 193 at an average of 64.33. The next highest for Chennai Super Kings is Murali Vijay - 180 runs at an average of 30.00 in six games.
# Hussey and Badrinath are the only two players to register two half-centuries for Chennai in the IPL 4.
# With seven wickets at an average of 24.14 in six games, Albie Morkel is the leading wicket-taker for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 4.