600 Number of matches played in the IPL now over the 10 years.
28 Runs conceded by Mitchell McClenaghan in his third over (15th of the innings) – the most a Mumbai Indians bowler has ever conceded in one over in the IPL. Pawan Suyal had also conceded 28 against Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2014.
51 Number of runs scored by Hashim Amla against Lasith Malinga in the match (off 16 balls). Only one batsman has scored more runs off a bowler in an IPL match – 52 by Virat Kohli off Umesh Yadav in 2013.
58 Runs conceded by Lasith Malinga in the match – his worst performance in a Twenty20 match. Interestingly, in the previous match (vs Gujarat Lions) Malinga had gone for 51 runs in his four overs. Before these two matches, Malinga had gone for 50 runs only once before in 229 matches. This was when he conceded 54 runs in 2012 World Twenty20 final against West Indies.
82 Runs scored by Mumbai Indians in the Powerplay – most they have ever made. The previous record was 78 against Chennai Super Kings in 2008. This is also the most for any side in this edition.
199 Mumbai Indian’s total – their highest ever successful chase in the IPL. The previous highest was 195/5 against Rajasthan Royals in 2014.
15 Number of sixes hit by Mumbai Indians batsmen in the match – most by any chasing side in the IPL. 14 sixes had been hit on three occasions. Mumbai Indians themselves never hit more than 12 batting second.
7 Number of sixes hit by Nitish Rana in the match – most by any player not hitting a boundary four in the IPL. Douglas Miller had hit six sixes and no boundary four during his 51* for Kings XI Punjab against Rajasthan Royals in 2014.
12.83 Mumbai Indians’ run-rate in the match – the highest for any side chasing a 190+ target in the IPL.
8 Number of centuries scored in the losing cause in the IPL. Hashim Amla joined Andrew Symonds (2008), Yusuf Pathan (2010), Sachin Tendulkar (2011), Shane Watson (2013), Wriddhiman Saha (2014), Virat Kohli and Steven Smith (2016). Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals are the two teams with two centuries in the losing cause.