IPL 2018 : Match 1, Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings - Statistical Highlights

All the stats and facts from the opening match of IPL 2018 between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in Mumbai

The 11th season of Indian Premier League commenced with a nail-biting match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede stadium. Chennai Super Kings returned in style and defeated the defending champions by 1 wicket. Chasing 166, at one stage Chennai Super Kings were 106/7 in the 16th over but Dwayne Bravo's 68 runs off 30 balls helped them to pull off the match, debutant Mayank Markande took 3 wickets for Mumbai Indians.

Dwayne Bravo scored 68 off 30 balls | IANS

All the stats and facts from the opening match of IPL 2018 between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in Mumbai -

1 - This was Chennai Super Kings' first win by 1 wicket and also the smallest victory (by wickets) in the Indian Premier League , the previous smallest victory in terms of wickets was by 3 wickets against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Ranchi in 2015 season.

3/24 - Best bowling figures for Hardik Pandya in the IPL, the previous best was 2/22 against Kolkata Knight Riders at Kolkata in the 2017.

50 - Jasprit Bumrah completed 50 T20 wickets for Mumbai Indians and he is the fifth bowler to take 50 or more wickets for Mumbai Indians.

500 - Evin Lewis became the 500th player to feature in the Indian Premier League.

1050 - Runs scored by Dwayne Bravo for Chennai Super Kings in T20 cricket, he became the 9th player to score 1000 or more runs for Chennai Super Kings in this format.

3/23 - Mayank Markande's bowling figures of 3/23 are the second best bowling figures for Mumbai Indians on debut in the Indian Premier League.

Best bowling figures on debut for Mumbai Indians in the IPL -

3/15 Lasith Malinga vs Chennai Super Kings at Cape Town, 2009

3/23 Mayank Markande vs Chennai Super Kings at Mumbai, 2018

3/32 Jasprit Bumrah vs Chennai Super Kings at Bangalore, 2013

68 - Dwayne Bravo's highest individual score for Chennai Super Kings, the previous highest was 62* against Rajasthan Royals in Ahmedabad in 2015.


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 08 Apr, 2018

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