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The amazing numbers from IPL 10

May 25, 2017 09:49 IST

IPL 10 dazzled and how!
Rajneesh Gupta has all the numbers from a wonderful tournament.

Mumbai Indians, winners of 10th Edition of IPL

 

18,769

Runs scored in the tournament.

Out of which 17,906 came off the bat, 863 were extras.

The extras' break-up: 480 wides, 289 leg-byes, 40 no balls, 54 byes.

1,609

Number of fours in the tournament.

Kolkata Knight Riders hit the most (228) as well as conceded the most (240).

708

Number of wickets that fell in the tournament.

The break-up: 352 caught in the field, 131 bowled, 65 caught behind, 58 run out, 56 lbw, 24 caught & bowled, 21 stumped and 1 hit wicket.

705

Number of sixes hit in the tournament.

Mumbai Indians batsmen hit the most (117).

Rising Pune Supergiant and Gujarat Lions conceded the most (97 each).

317.64

Sunil Narine's strike rate in the match against the Royal Challengers Bangalore at Bengaluru (54 off 17 balls) -- the third highest in an innings of 50 runs or more in the IPL.

187

Number of singles Steve Smith took during the tournament -- the most by any batsman.

179.88

Chris Lynn's strike rate in the tournament (295 runs off 164 balls) -- the highest for any batsman facing at least 100 balls in this edition.

133

Number of dot balls Sunil Narine bowled in the tournament -- the most for any bowler.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah were joint second with 131 dot balls.

129

Mumbai Indians' total that was enough to beat Rising Pune Supergiant by 1 run in the final -- the lowest total successfully defended in a franchise-based T20 tournament.

It was also the lowest successfully defended total in this tournament.

105

Runs scored by the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Powerplay against Royal Challengers Bangalore -- the most by a side in the Powerplay in a Twenty20 match.

Chennai Super Kings had scored 100 against Kings XI Punjab at the Wankhede in 2014.

88.88

Sunil Narine's boundary percentage against Royal Challengers Bangalore -- the highest for any batsman in an innings of 50 or more in the tournament.

48 of his 54 runs were in boundaries (6 fours, 4 sixes).

69

Number of ducks recorded in the tournament.

Delhi Daredevils recorded the most -- 14, while Sunrisers Hyderabad recorded the least -- 3.

63

Number of boundary fours David Warner hit in the tournament -- the most for any batsman.

Gautam Gambhir was second with 62 fours.

59

Runs conceded by Kagiso Rabada against the Sunrisers Hyderabad and Pat Cummins against the Mumbai Indians (both for Delhi Daredevils) -- the most expensive bowling in this edition.

54.23

Percent of matches in this edition won by chasing sides (32 wins out of 59).

Last year chasing sides had better luck with a 68.33% win record (41 wins out of 60).

54

Number of fours Mitchell McClenaghan conceded off his bowling in the tournament -- the most for any bowler.

49

Number of balls Steven Smith took to score his fifty in the final -- the slowest in IPL 2017.

Also, the slowest in an IPL final.

43

Number of balls David Warner took to score a century against the Kolkata Knight Riders -- the fastest century in this IPL.

42

Runs Sunil Narine scored in boundaries against the Gujarat Lions -- the highest score in the IPL comprising of only fours and sixes (8 fours, 2 sixes).

Sanath Jayasuriya scored 36 runs with 6 fours and 2 sixes for the Mumbai Indians against the Deccan Chargers in 2008.

30

Number of singles Suresh Raina ran against the Kolkata Knight Riders in Rajkot and Shikhar Dhawan ran against the Delhi Daredevils in Hyderabad -- the most by any batsman in this IPL.

30

Number of runs Mumbai Indians batsmen scored off one over bowled by Ashok Dinda at Pune -- the most productive over in this IPL.

26

Number of wickets taken by Bhuvneshwar Kumar -- the most in the tournament.

He was also the leading wicket-taker last year with 23 wickets.

Bhuvneshwar's tally is the highest by an Indian bowler in a single IPL.

26

Number of sixes Glenn Maxwell and David Warner hit in the tournament -- the most for any batsman.

22

Number of dot balls Rising Pune Supergiant's Rahul Tripathi played against the Kolkata Knight Riders at Kolkata -- the most by any batsman.

21

Consecutive scoring shots for Vijay Shankar for the Sunrisers Hyderabad against the Gujarat Lions in Hyderabad -- the longest scoring streak in an innings for any batsman in this IPL.

20

Number of sixes conceded by Mitchell McClenaghan, Amit Mishra and Imran Tahir in the tournament -- the most in the tournament.

17

years 199 days -- the age at which Washington Sundar made his IPL debut for the Rising Pune Supergiant.

Only two players have made their IPL debut at a younger age than Wash -- Sarfraz Khan (17 years, 177 days) and Pradeep Sangwan (17 years, 179 days).

16

Number of wides bowled by Lasith Malinga and Mitchell McClenaghan in the tournament -- the most in this IPL.

15

Number of balls Sunil Narine took to reach his 50 against the Royal Challengers Bangalore in Bengaluru -- the joint-fastest ever in IPL history.

Yusuf Pathan also took 15 balls for his 50 in 2014, also for the Kolkata Knight Riders!

15

Number of fours Shreyas Iyer hit during his 96 against the Gujarat Lions -- the most by any batsman in an innings in the tournament.

15

Number of catches taken by Kieron Pollard in the field -- the most by any player in this IPL.

13

Number of runs conceded by Washington Sundar in the final -- the least by any bowler in a four-over spell in an IPL final.

12

Number of maiden overs bowled in the tournament. Jaydev Unadkat bowled the most (3).

9

Number of sixes A B de Villiers hit during his 89* against Kings XI Punjab and Rishabh Pant hit during his 97 against the Gujarat Lions -- the most by any batsman in an innings in the tournament.

7

Runs conceded by Rising Pune Supergiant's Lockie Ferguson against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Pune -- the fewest by any bowler in a four-over spell in the tournament.

7

Number of no balls Jasprit Bumrah bowled in the tournament -- the most by any bowler.

6.12

Pawan Negi's economy in the tournament -- the best for any bowler bowling 20 overs or more in this IPL.

6

Number of batsmen who got out bowled in Gujarat Lions' innings against Sunrisers Hyderabad -- the most in this edition.

5/17

Andrew Tye's figures for the Gujarat Lions against Rising Pune Supergiant in Rajkot -- the best in the tournament.

5

Number of times Mitchell McClenaghan and Jaydev Unadkat dismissed a batsman on ducks -- the most for any bowler.

5

Number of centuries scored in the tournament.

4

Number of times Kedar Jadhav was run out -- the most such dismissals for a batsman in this IPL.

3

Number of Player of the Match awards won by Ben Stokes -- the most by any player in this IPL.

3

Number of ducks recorded by Glenn Maxwell and Shreyas Iyer in the tournament.

3

Number of times Mumbai Indians have won the IPL trophy -- the most for any side.

2

Mumbai Indians became only the second team to win the IPL final off the last ball of the match.

The Rajasthan Royals had chased down the target off the last ball in 2008.

2

Number of byes conceded by Wriddhiman Saha in 14 games in the tournament -- the least for any wicket-keeper.

Kedar Jadhav and Parthiv Patel conceded 9 each -- the most.

2

Number of times the table-toppers in the league stage went on to win the trophy.

Mumbai Indians emulated the Rajasthan Royals (2008).

By an odd coincidence that final too was decided on the final ball of the match.

1

Number of times a side chased down a target off the last ball of the match in this edition -- Rising Pune Supergiant against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Pune.

1

Number of runs by which the Mumbai Indians won the match -- the narrowest in an IPL final.

The Deccan Chargers beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 6 runs in the 2009 final.

Rajneesh Gupta
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