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Rajneesh Gupta in Mumbai 10 April 2012 - 01:21pm IST

Quick Stats: Match 9, DC v MI

Another last-ball win for Rohit, home loss for DC

3 Number of times Rohit Sharma has won an IPL match with a six off the last ball. He had performed a similar feat for Deccan Chargers against Kolkata Knight Riders in 2009 (off Mashrafe Mortaza) and for Mumbai Indians against Pune Warriors India in 2011 (off Murali Kartik).

3 Number of bowlers to have bowled a wicket-maiden in IPL 2012. Dale Steyn joined Lasith Malinga (Mumbai Indians) and Siddharth Trivedi (Rajasthan Royals) in achieving this feat.

4
Number of bowlers to have taken four wickets or more in IPL 2012. Munaf Patel joined Ashok Dinda (four for 18) of Pune Warriors India, Kevon Cooper (four for 26) of Rajasthan Royals and Rajendra Jadeja (five for 16) of Chennai Super Kings.

5
Number of sixes hit by Rohit Sharma in Mumbai Indians’ innings. He became the second player after Dwayne Bravo of Chennai Super Kings to score five sixes in an innings in IPL 2012.

9
Number of times a side has registered a win off the last ball of an IPL match while chasing (excluding matches which were interrupted and decided by the D/L method later on). Interestingly, Mumbai Indians have won a match off the last ball on three occasions – the most by any side.

20
Percent – Deccan Chargers’ win-percentage at home grounds, the worst among all IPL teams.

21
Runs scored by Mumbai Indians batsmen in the last over of the match – the third highest by any side to win a match in IPL. Deccan Chargers’ batsmen had scored 26 runs against Kolkata Knight Riders at Johannesburg in 2009 while Mumbai Indians had scored 23 runs, also against Kolkata Knight Riders, at Kolkata in 2011.

23 Number of batsmen to aggregate 1000 runs in the IPL. Shikhar Dhawan became the latest member of this club.

60 Number of wickets taken by Munaf Patel in the IPL. Only Lasith Malinga (65), RP Singh (64), Pragyan Ojha (63) and Amit Mishra (61) have taken more.

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