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Monday, May 22, 2017

2017 IPL Season 10 - Tournament Statistics

Title Winner
Mumbai Indian(MI)beat RPS beat by 01 Run
MI 129/8 in 20 Overs
RPS 128/6 in 20 Overs

Most Runs - Orange Cup

David Warner(SRH) scored 641 Runs in 14 Matches with one century and four fifties

Most Wickets - Purple Cap

Bhuvneshwar Kumar(SRH)had taken 26 wickets in 14 Matches

Most Sixes

Glenn Maxwell(KXIP) had hit 26 Sixes in 14 Matches

Centuries Scored

1)Sanju Samson(DD)scored 102 against RPS on April 11,2017
2)Hasim Amla(KXIP)scored 104* against MI on April 20,2017
3)David Warner(SRH)scored 126 against KKR on April 30,2017
4)Ben Stokes(RPS)scored 103* against GL on May 01,2017
5)Hasim Amla(KXIP)scored 104 against GL on May 07,2017

Fastest Fifty Scored

KKR's Sunil Narine scored the fastest Fifty in 15 Balls Against Royal Challengers Bengaluru

Emerging Player Award

Basil Thampi(GL)who took 11 Wickets in 12 Matches

Most Valuable Player

Ben Stokes(RPS)who scored 316 Runs in 11 Innings including a century of 103* Vs GL and 12 wickets in 12 Innings


On April 14, a unique feat took place in cricket. On this day, there were two games and both featured a hat-trick. In the game between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians, Samuel Badree took the first hat-trick of IPL 2017.

 Immediately, in the next game between Gujarat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiant in Rajkot, Australian pacer Andrew Tye responded with not only a hat-trick but also the first five-wicket haul of the tournament.

In the game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rising Pune Supergiant, David Warner’s side needed 13 off the last over to clinch victory. Jaydev Unadkat had other ideas as he proceeded to take a hat-trick and finish the last over with a maiden. Unadkat became the first bowler to bowl a triple-wicket maiden in the final over and also picked up 5/30, his second five-wicket haul in IPL which made him the only Indian to achieve the feat.

Rishabh Pant and Sanju Samson: Daredevil youth power

Youth power is exciting. The belligerence of youth is exhilarating. This was showcased by two young men, Rishabh Pant and Sanju Samson in the game between Delhi Daredevils and Gujarat Lions. Chasing a record 209, Pant and Samson put on a big-hitting exhibition that dazzled the crowd at Ferozeshah Kotla. Pant blasted 97 off 43 balls while Samson slammed 61 off 31 as their 143-run stand deflated Gujarat Lions. A total of 16 sixes were hit in the course of the partnership, which took power-hitting to the next level.

KKR’s score of 105/0 in the first six overs against RCB

KKR’s score of 105/0 in the first six overs is the most runs scored by a team in the Powerplay in IPL historysurpassing Chennai Super Kings who scored 100 runs in the Powerplay in 2014 against Kings XI Punjab. 
  • Narine and Lynn got together to hammer 19 boundaries in the Powerplay.
  • Half of the first 18 balls delivered to KKR’s openers were dots. That should be a good thing but the other nine balls were smashed for 34 runs. 
  • Narine and Lynn added 71 runs between the third and the sixth overs. They rocketed from 34/0 to 105/0 in that period.
  • Samuel Badree was taken for 25 runs (which included three straight sixes and a boundary) in the fourth over, Sreenath Aravind conceded 26 next over (four fours, a six, two wides, two runs) and then Lynn hammered Chahal for 20 runs next over (two sixes, a four and two twos).
  • Forty-eight of Narine’s total 54 runs came from fours (six fours) and sixes (four sixes). Thirty of those runs came off Badree’s 10 balls while he was even more severe on Aravind, slamming him for 24 runs in the six balls he faced against him.
  • In contrast, Lynn feasted on Yuzvendra Chahal’s offerings, smashing 34 runs off the 12 balls he faced against him. He also liked playing Aniket Choudhary, getting 14 off the six he faced against him.  
  • Sunil Narine’s strike rate of 317.64 is the third-highest strike in an IPL innings of 50 or more. 

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