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Stats: Chennai record second lowest total in the IPL

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April 11, 2012 09:55 IST
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Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Delhi Daredevils and Chennai Super Kings played in Chennai on Tuesday.

# Chennai Super Kings (110/8) recorded their lowest total against Delhi Daredevils at the IPL, outstripping the 112 for 9 at Chennai on April 15, 2010.

# Chennai's score was their second lowest at the IPL -- the lowest being 109 against Rajasthan Royals at Jaipur on May 4, 2008.

# Chennai became the first team to post two totals of less than 113 in the IPL 2012 -- 110 for 8 against Delhi and 112 against Mumbai Indians at Chennai on April 4, 2012.

# The first team to record two eight-wicket victories in the IPL 2012 is Delhi Daredevils -- one each against the Knight Riders in Kolkata on April 5 and Chennai at Delhi on April 10.

# The only other team to post an eight-wicket win this year against Chennai Super Kings is Mumbai Indians in Chennai on April 4.

# Delhi's victory over Chennai at Feroz Shah Kotla is their 30th in 60 games at the IPL (Lost 29 and NR 1).

# Four run-outs were recorded in Chennai's innings. The record is five run-outs in an IPL innings -- in Mumbai Indians' 188 for five against Kings XI Punjab at Wankhede Stadium on May 21, 2008.

# Morne Morkel (4-0-19-2) was adjudged the Man of the Match for the first time in the IPL -- his fifth in Twenty20.

# Kevin Pietersen top-scored in the match with 43 not out -- his highest against Chennai in the IPL.

# Delhi Daredevils posted their fourth win in eight matches over Chennai Super Kings at the IPL.

# Delhi, with their eight-wicket triumph, emulated their largest win in terms of wickets against Chennai Super Kings at the IPL. They had defeated Chennai by eight wickets at Chennai on May 2, 2008.

# Delhi won the match against Chennai with 40 balls to spare -- the largest victory by any team against Chennai in terms of balls remaining, surpassing Mumbai Indians' nine-wicket win with 37 balls remaining at Mumbai in 2008.

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