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Quick Stats: Q1 - GL vs RCB

RCB’s stunning recovery, de Villiers tops six-hitters list, Kulkarni’s sensational spell & other interesting stats

Mumbai 25 May 2016
158 Gujarat Lions’ total – highest in the IPL for any team losing their first three wickets with less than 10 on the board.

130 Runs scored by Royal Challengers Bangalore – most a chasing side has made to win an IPL match after losing half the side for less than 30. Mumbai Indians had scored 122 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2012.

129
Number of sixes hit by Royal Challengers Bangalore batsmen in VIVO IPL 2016 - most any side has ever hit in a single edition of the IPL. Kings XI Punjab’s batsmen had hit 127 sixes in 2014.

91 Runs added by AB de Villiers and Iqbal Abdullah without being separated – second highest partnership for the seventh wicket in the IPL. The best seventh wicket partnership remains the 100-run stand between Harbhajan Singh and J Suchith for Mumbai Indians against Kings XI Punjab in 2015.

37
Number of sixes hit by AB de Villiers in VIVO IPL 2016 – most by any batsman. He went ahead of Virat Kohli’s tally of 36.

23
Royal Challengers Bangalore’s score after first six overs. This is the joint-lowest powerplay score in an IPL semi-final / playoff match. Deccan Chargers had also made 23 against Chennai Super Kings in 2010.

4 Number of bowlers to take four wickets in Powerplay overs in the IPL. Dhawal Kulkarni joined Ishant Sharma, Shoaib Akhtar and Ajit Chandila, who had accomplished the feat earlier.

4
Number of maiden overs bowled by Dhawal Kulkarni in VIVO IPL 2016 - most by any bowler. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is second with three maiden overs.

3
Number of batsmen dismissed for duck by Dhawal Kulkarni in the match (Virat Kohli, KL Rahul and Sachin Baby). This is the seventh such instance in the IPL. The record is four, by Ishant Sharma for Deccan Chargers against Kochi Tuskers Kerala in 2011.

3 Number of times Royal Challengers Bangalore have reached the IPL final. The previous two instances were in 2009 and 2011. 
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