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71.42 Percent of runs scored by the Rajasthan Royals came from Shane Watson’s bat! There has been only one better performance in the IPL. Mumbai Indians’ Sanath Jayasuriya contributed 72.15 percent of his team’s total against the Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2008.
9 Number of catches taken by Steve Smith – the most by any fielder in IPL2012.
7 Number of boundaries (five fours, two sixes) in Pune Warriors India’s innings – least in an innings in IPL 2012. The Chennai Super Kings had also hit only seven boundaries (six fours, one six) against the Mumbai Indians in the very first game of this edition.
7 The Ganguly-Clarke pair was the seventh opening combination used by the Pune Warriors India in IPL 2012 – the most by any side.
6 The Pune Warriors India have now lost six matches on the trot. This is the second time they have suffered a similar fate. In IPL 2011, the Pune Warriors India had lost seven matches on the trot. The Kolkata Knight Riders (nine in IPL 2009) and the Deccan Chargers (seven in IPL 2008) are the only other teams to lose more than six consecutive games. 2 Number of instances when a team did not concede any extras in IPL 2012. The Pune Warriors India did so on both occasions! The earlier instance was against Kings XI Punjab on April 12. Interestingly, PWI lost both matches by an identical margin of 7 wickets.
4 Number of wickets to fall in the 20th over of Delhi Daredevils’ innings – the second such instance in IPL history. Royal Challengers Bangalore had also lost four wickets in a single over (20th of their innings) in the match against Chennai Super Kings at Chennai on April 12.
6 Number of consecutive wins recorded by Kolkata Knight Riders. Only Royal Challengers Bangalore have won more consecutive matches in IPL history – seven – in the 2011 edition.
20 Number of maidens bowled in IPL 2012. Brett Lee, however, provided only the fourth instance of no runs being scored off the very first over of the match in IPL 2012.
38 Number of fours conceded by Irfan Pathan – the most by any bowler in IPL 2012. His overall IPL tally of 204 fours is also a record for any bowler.
105 Number of dot balls bowled by Sunil Narine in IPL 2012 – the most by any spinner. In fact, only one bowler, Praveen Kumar, has bowled more dot balls than Narine (118).