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1 Suresh Raina became the first Indian batsman to aggregate 2,800 runs in Twenty20s.
2 Number of no-balls sent down by Ashok Dinda. He is the third bowler to bowl two no-balls in a match in IPL 2012 after Kings XI Punjab’s Harmeet Singh and Royal Challengers Bangalore’s R Vinay Kumar.
4 Number of batsmen to end a match in IPL 2012 on winning note with a six. Pune Warriors India’s Steven Smith joined Mumbai Indians’ Ambati Rayudu, Rohit Sharma and Kolkata Knight Riders’ Ryan ten Doeschate on this list.
7 Number of wickets lost by Pune Warriors India through run-outs – the most by any side in IPL 2012, along with the Chennai Super Kings.
73 Not out – Jesse Ryder’s score. The highest score for PWI in all IPL matches. Yuvraj Singh was the previous highest scorer for the Warriors; he scored an unbeaten 66 against the Delhi Daredevils at Navi Mumbai in IPL 2011.
153.16 Steven Smith’s strike-rate in the tournament. Among the batsmen with 100-plus runs in IPL 2012, only one – Rajasthan Royals’ Owais Shah – has the better strike-rate (153.19).
171 Runs scored by Faf du Plessis in IPL 2012 – most by any batsman. He overtook Rajasthan Royals’ Ajinkya Rahane, who has a tally of 157 runs so far.
He smothers the leather off a cricket ball for fun. He likes to groove on the dance floor after a hard day on the field. He tattoos fancy designs on his body when he’s bored. And he doesn’t mind a bit of bling on himself, in the form of glittering accessories and embellished clothing.
Chris Gayle is the quintessential Jamaican cricketer with swagger written all over him. A predator with a bat in his hand, Gayle transforms into a cool dude off the field. Iplt20.com caught up with the hottest star of the Royal Challengers Bangalore for a fun-filled rapid fire Q&A session. Here’s what we got:
The hardest hitter of the cricket ball in the world is Chris Gayle.
One thing I cannot live without is money.
My motto in life is pretty simple. Live life to the fullest.
I don’t have a particular style statement. What defines me is that I’m a cool guy to be around.
Leon Garrick is my best friend in cricket. He’s from Jamaica as well and played one Test and three ODIs for the West Indies. He’s retired now.
My favourite non-cricketing sportsperson is Cristiano Ronaldo and Usain Bolt. It was good fun playing cricket with Bolt once. He bowled to me and got me out. That made the experience special for him.
The toughest bowler I’ve faced till date is Lasith Malinga.
The easiest bowler would be Kevin Pietersen.
My most memorable cricketing moment was the triple-century (333) I scored against Sri Lanka.
The shot I love playing the most is the six straight down the ground.
If I weren’t a cricketer, I’d be a footballer. I’d be a striker just like Ronaldo.
My dream vehicle is the BMW convertible.
If I could get one superpower, I’d like to be invisible – the man that nobody can see. I’d be invisible and fix the world.
On a deserted island, I’d like to be with my family and lovely girlfriend.