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Monday, 22 October 2012

Kolkata Knight Riders vs Titans Statistical Highlights CLT20-2012

Kolkata Knight Riders vs Titans Statistical Highlights CLT20-2012:


226.31 Debabrata Das’ strike-rate in the match (43* off 19 balls) – second highest in an innings of 25 runs or more in this edition of CLT20, after Lou Vincent’s 250.00 for Auckland against the Kolkata Knight Riders at this venue on October 15.

188 Kolkata Knight Riders’ total is the highest total by any team in this edition of CLT20. Sydney Sixers had made 185 for 5 against the Chennai Super Kings at Johannesburg on October 14.

99 The victory margin for Kolkata Knight Riders is the largest ever in CLT20 history. The Chennai Super Kings had beaten Wayamba by 97 runs at Centurion in 2010.

89 Titans’ total is the lowest by any team in this edition of CLT20. Yorkshire had made 96 for 9 against the Sydney Sixers at Cape Town on October 16. The previous lowest all-out total in this edition was 113 of Auckland Aces against Titans at Durban on October 17.

9.3 Overs taken by Kolkata Knight Riders to race to their 100 – the fastest team 100 in this edition of CLT20. Chennai Super Kings had taken 9.4 overs against Mumbai Indians at Johannesburg on October 20 to reach this mark.

3 Number of Indian bowlers to take 4 wickets in a CLT20 match. L Balaji joined R Ashwin and Suresh Raina, who both did so in the 2010 edition.

Brief Scores: Kolkata Knight Riders 188-5 in 20.0 overs (Gautam Gambhir 44, Brendon McCullum 36, Debabrata Das 43*, Roelof va nder Merwe 2-18) beat Titans 89 in 16.4 overs (Jacques Rudolph 25, L Balaji 4-19) by 99 runs.

Man of the Match: Debabrata Das for his match-winning 19-ball 43, which included six boundaries and two sixes.

source: clt20.com

Kolkata Knight Riders win by 99 runs

  • Gambhir: "We are a quality side and it was important for us to put in that performance out on the field today. The way we batted was tremendous, and when you get 188 in these kinds of conditions we know we have the quality to finish it off. We are obviously disappointed with the way the competition has gone, so we will go home and analyse where it went wrong."
  • van Jaarsveld: "They were like a runaway train early on, it just wasn't our day today. We know we have a big game against Delhi on Tuesday so hopefully we can put in a better performance.
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