Statistical highlights of the IPL match played between Chennai Super Kings and Deccan Chargers in Chennai on Friday.
# Chennai Super Kings have won six and lost four out of 10 games contested against Deccan Chargers in the IPL.
# Chennai Super Kings have won five and lost five out of 11 played in the present edition of the IPL.
# After Pune Warriors, Deccan Chargers became the second side to lose seven games in the IPL 2012.
# Deccan Chargers, with a tally of just five points in 10 games, are placed at the bottom of the points table.
# Only three teams have better points tally than Chennai's 11 -- Delhi (16), Kolkata (13), Mumbai (12).
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni has become the third Chennai batsman to make 200 runs in the IPL 5, totalling 200 at an average of 28.57 in 10 innings.
# Dhoni's overall aggregate of 1625 at an average of 37.29 in 70 matches is the second highest for Chennai in the IPL, next only to Suresh Raina's 2042 at an average of 34.03 in 73 matches.
# Doug Bollinger, with 8 wickets at 19.62 runs apiece in six matches, is the top wicket-taker for Chennai Super Kings in the present tournament.
# Suresh Raina and Faf du Plessis were associated in a stand of 64 for the second wicket, equalling a record for Chennai Super Kings against Deccan Chargers in the IPL.
# The first Deccan batsman to manage 300 runs in the IPL 5 is Shikhar Dhawan -- 302 at an average of 33.55 in nine innings. His aggregate includes two fifties.
# Cameron White (77 off 53 balls) recorded the highest score in the match -- his 13th half-century in Twenty20.
# White has become the first batsman to record three fifties for Deccan in the IPL 2011.
# White's runs tally of 292 in seven innings at an average of 48.66 is the second highest for Deccan Chargers in the 2012 edition of the IPL.
# Faf du Plessis (42 off 35 balls), was the top-scorer for Chennai Super Kings.
# Du Plessis is the top run-scorer for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 5 -- 376 at an average of 37.60 in ten games.
# Du Plessis is the only Chennai batsman to register three fifties in the present tournament.