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Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Sydney Sixers vs Mumbai Indians Statistical Highlights CLT20-2012

Sydney Sixers vs Mumbai Indians Statistical Highlights CLT20-2012:


SYD-vs-MI-CLT20-2012

66 Number of dot balls faced by Mumbai Indians batsmen – second most in a team innings in CLT20 2012. Kolkata Knight Riders batsmen had faced 70 dot balls against Delhi Daredevils at Centurion on October 13. The 66 dots are also the most for Mumbai Indians in a CLT20 match, beating the record of 65 dots against New South Wales at Chennai in 2011.

65.15 Sachin Tendulkar’s dot-percentage in the tournament (he could not score a run off 43 out of the 66 balls he faced) – highest for any batsman in a single CLT20 tournament having faced at least 50 balls. Somerset’s Justin Langer had a dot-percentage of 64.29 in the 2009 edition.

30 Mumbai Indians’ score after the first six overs – lowest powerplay score for any side in CLT20 2012 that did not lose a wicket!

24 Number of wickets taken by Lasith Malinga in CLT20 - most by any bowler. He was earlier on par with Doug Bollinger with 22 wickets.

11 Number of wickets taken by Mitchell Starc in this edition – most by any bowler. He went ahead of Auckland’s Azhar Mahmood’s tally of 10 wickets.

6 Number of Indian bowlers to take 100 wickets in Twenty20s. Harbhajan Singh joined 
Irfan Pathan (117), Amit Mishra (112), RP Singh (106), Pragyan Ojha (101) and R Ashwin (100). Incidentally, Harbhajan is the slowest among the Indians to reach this milestone, taking 121 matches to do so.

Brief Scores :Sydney Sixers 136-7 in 20.0 overs (Michael Lumb 28, Nic Maddinson 27, Steve Smith 41, Munaf Patel 2-17) beat Mumbai Indians 124-8 in 20.0 overs (Dwayne Smith 26, Pat Cummins 2-16).

Man of the Match: Steve Smith, for his run-a-ball 41, and the catch to dismiss Ambati Rayudu.

source: clt20.com

Sydney Sixers win by 12 runs

  • Haddin: "I knew it would be tough for them to score on that pitch this evening if we bowled well, also our fielding was exceptional. We have to make sure we keep doing the basics right for the semifinals and take it from there. We have some pretty smart cricketers in our squad and our decision making has been pretty solid so far."
  • Harbhajan: "This kind of game hurts a lot as that was a very achievable total. We kept on losing wickets and we were not responsible in our batting. Our running was also poor today, but credit to them they bowled and fielded very well. We have struggled in the first 6 overs and that was a big area of concern in this tournament and we will need to improve on that."

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