2 Number of players to be a part of an IPL winning eleven on three occasions. Rohit Sharma joined Yusuf Pathan in doing so. He was also part of the Deccan Chargers' winning team in 2009 and with the Mumbai Indians in 2013.
3 Number of teams to beat Chennai Super Kings in three consecutive matches in the same edition of the IPL. Mumbai Indians joined Rajasthan Royals (in 2008) and Kings XI Punjab (in 2014) in doing so.
26 Number of wickets taken by Dwayne Bravo in Pepsi IPL 2015. This was the second time he took 25 wickets in a single edition of the IPL. He had also taken 32 wickets in the 2013 edition. Bravo is thus the only bowler in IPL history to take 25 wickets on two occasions.
50 Number of matches lost by MS Dhoni in the IPL. He is the only captain in tournament history to both win and lose 50 matches.
61 Runs scored by Mumbai Indians in the first six overs – their joint-highest in Pepsi IPL 2015. Incidentally their best performance with the bat in the season was also against Chennai Super Kings!
72.22 Percent of Harbhajan’s wickets in this edition have been of openers and the No.3 batsmen. In previous seven editions, Harbhajan Singh’s percentage of such dismissals was only 46.73
98 Runs scored by Mumbai Indians in first the 10 overs - second highest in an IPL final after Kolkata Knight Riders in 2012 (also against Chennai Super Kings).
202 Mumbai Indians’ total on the day – their joint highest against Chennai Super Kings. They had also made the same total in Chennai in 2008.