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96 The 96-run partnership for the third wicket between Shikhar Dhawan and Cameron White is a new record for this wicket against Kings XI Punjab, surpassing the previous best of 66 runs between T Suman and Rohit Sharma at Dharmasala in 2010.
85 Runs scored by Kings XI Punjab in the last six overs – the most they have ever scored in the last six overs to win a game.
6 Number of times chasing sides have registered a win off the last ball of the match in IPL 2012. This was the second instance that Deccan Chargers were at the receiving end. They also lost to Mumbai Indians off the last ball on April 9.
5 Number of players to score five fifties in IPL 2012. Shikhar Dhawan and Cameron White joined Chris Gale (7), Virender Sehwag (5) and Gautam Gambhir (5) in achieving this feat. 3 Dhawan, on 33, completed 500 runs in IPL 2012, thus becoming only the third batsman after Chris Gayle and Ajinkya Rahane to do so.
0 Rajasthan Royals have never lost a match after scoring 160 or more in the first innings!
1 Ajit Chandila got the first hat-trick in IPL 2012. It was also the first hat-trick by a Rajasthan Royals bowler and ninth in the IPL.
1 Ajinkya Rahane became only the second batsman to aggregate 500 runs in IPL 2012 after Chris Gayle.
2 Ashish Nehra came out to bat only for the second time in IPL 2012, in his 12th match!
4 Number of wickets lost by Pune Warriors India in first five overs of their innings – the most by any side in IPL 2012. The Kolkata Knight Riders had also lost four wickets in first five overs against the Delhi Daredevils in Kolkata on April 5.
6 Number of times Robin Uthappa has been dismissed stumped in the IPL – the most for any batsman.
8 Number of consecutive matches lost by Pune Warriors India. They now share the dubious distinction of suffering the longest losing streak in the IPL with Kolkata Knight Riders, who had a similar run in IPL 2009.
9 Number of dismissals by Robin Uthappa in IPL 2012 – the most by any wicketkeeper, along with Nitin Saini and Naman Ojha.
16 Number of bowling changes made by Sourav Ganguly when the Rajasthan Royals were batting. 45 Run defeat is the heaviest one for Pune Warriors India in the IPL. They had lost to the Royal Challengers Bangalore by 35 runs in Pune on May 11.