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    Quick Stats: Match 62 – RCB v MI

    Rayudu, Pollard put up record stand; MI stay unbeaten in Bangalore

    Mumbai 14 May 2012
    122 Runs added by Ambati Rayudu and Kieron Pollard for the sixth wicket without being separated – the highest sixth wicket partnership in all Twenty20s. Interestingly, the previous highest sixth wicket partnership had also come in an IPL game; David Hussey and Wridhiman Saha had added 104 runs for the Kolkata Knight Riders against Kings XI Punjab at Mohali in IPL 2008.

    100 Percent – Mumbai Indians’ record at Bangalore in the IPL. They have four wins in four games!

    54
    Runs conceded by Munaf Patel. Only one bowler – Rajasthan Royals’ Amit Singh – has conceded more (55) runs in a match in IPL 2012. Two other bowlers – MS Gony and Ashish Nehra – also conceded 54 runs. Interestingly, Munaf conceded only 10 runs in his first two overs and 44 in next two!

    19 Number of sixes conceded by Munaf Patel in IPL 2012 – the most by any bowler. He overtook Amit Mishra’s tally of 17 sixes.

    18 Number of times sides batting second have chased down a target in the last over of a match in IPL 2012. The Mumbai Indians have done so more than any other side – four times.

    10 Balls bowled by Munaf in his third over (fifth over of the innings) including three no-balls and one wide. This was the sixth instance when a 10-ball over was bowled in the IPL and second such instance in IPL 2012. Kings XI Punjab’s Parvinder Awana was the first one to do so against the Mumbai Indians on April 22.

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    Sourabh Tiwary became the fifth player after Musavir Khote, Misbah ul Haq, Swapnil Asnodkar and Ravindra Jadeja to be dismissed hit-wicket in the IPL.

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    Sachin Tendulkar registered his first golden duck in the IPL – overall, his third duck. The other two were third-ball ducks.

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