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Stats: Records galore for Ajinkya Rahane

May 16, 2014 10:28 IST

Stats: Records galore for Ajinkya Rahane

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Rajasthan Royals crushed Delhi Daredevils by 62 runs in a thoroughly one-sided encounter to consolidate their chances of making it to the play-offs in the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League in Ahmedabad on Thursday night.

A look at key statistics from the match.

# Ajinkya Rahane (64 off 50 balls) has posted his eleventh fifty for Rajasthan in the IPL.

# Overall, he has recorded a hundred and thirteen fifties for Mumbai and Rajasthan in 65 matches in the IPL.

# With 316 runs (ave. 28.72) in eleven innings, Rahane is the leading run-getter for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL 2014. He is the first Rajasthan batsman to amass 300 runs in the present competition.

# Rahane became the first Rajasthan batsman to post three fifties in the IPL 2014 - one each against Hyderabad, Kolkata and Delhi.

# Rahane has received his seventh Man of the Match award in the IPL.

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Image: Ajinkya Rahane with Sanju Samson
Photographs: BCCI

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Tambe bags 15 wickets

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# Pavin Tambe became the first Rajasthan bowler to bag 15 wickets in the IPL 2014.

# With 19 stumpings each, Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik share a wicketkeeping record for most stumpings in the IPL.

# Rajasthan have captured 72 wickets in eleven games - the most by a team in the present competition.

# Rajasthan (201/6) have registered their highest total in the IPL 2014, eclipsing the 191 for five (twice) - once each against Punjab and Bangalore.

# Rajasthan have registered their sixth total of 200 or more in the IPL - their first against Delhi - their highest is 223 for five vs Chennai at Chennai on April 3, 2010.

# Kevon Cooper's 32 off 16 balls is his highest score in the IPL 2014.

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Image: Pravin Tambe
Photographs: BCCI

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Shahbaz Nadeem claims most wickets

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# Shahbaz Nadeem has claimed seven wickets at 37.00 runs apiece in nine matches - the most by a Delhi Daredevils' bowler in the IPL 2014.

# Delhi Daredevils have claimed just 40 wickets in eleven matches - the least taken by a team in the IPL 2014.

# Delhi Daredevils have lost by 62 runs, which is their second largest defeat in terms of runs to Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.  They had lost by 105 runs to them at Mumbai on May 30, 2008.

# Delhi have lost nine matches and won two out of eleven - the most by a team in the present edition of the IPL.

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Photographs: BCCI

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Imran Tahir records his best bowling figures

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# Imran Tahir (2/25) has recorded his best bowling figures for Delhi in the IPL.

# Tahir has completed his 100 wickets in Twenty20 – his tally being 101 at an average of 21.31 in 94 games.

# Delhi Daredevils have conceded 1727 runs off 197.3 overs - the most runs conceded by a team in the IPL 2014.

# After dismissing Mumbai Indians for 92 at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on April 16, 2012, Delhi Daredevils yet to capture all ten wickets of their opponent in 41 successive matches in the IPL.

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Photographs: BCCI

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Duminy's has highest average

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# Jean-Paul Duminy is averaging 56.66 - his aggregate being 340 in eleven innings. His average is the highest by a batsman in the IPL 2014 (minimum qualification: 150 runs).

# Duminy's above tally is the highest by a Delhi batsman in the IPL 2014.

# Manoj Tiwary's superb unbeaten 61 off 44 balls is his highest score for Delhi in the IPL 2014. His first fifty in the present competition is his fifth in the IPL overall.

# The leading run-scorers against Delhi Daredevils in the IPL are - Rohit Sharma (453), Virat Kohli (434) and Ajinkya Rahane (379).


Image: Jean-Paul Duminy
Photographs: BCCI

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