IPL 2018 : Match 7, SRH vs MI - Statistical Highlights

All the stats and facts from the seventh match of IPL 2018 between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians in Hyderabad.

The IPL 2016 champions Sunrisers Hyderabad beat defending champions Mumbai Indians by 1 wicket in a thrilling finish at Hyderabad. This season Mumbai Indians have lost both their matches by 1 wicket in the last over.

Mumbai Indians who was asked to bat first set a target of 148 runs for the Sunrisers Hyderabad. SRH openers began well and added 62 runs for the first wicket but spinner Mayank Markande's 4/23 triggered the collapse and they lost wickets in a heap. The last batting pair Deepak Hooda and Billy Stanlake somehow managed to get the team over the line and registered their second win of the season for their team.

All the stats and facts from the seventh match of IPL 2018 between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians in Hyderabad:

1 - This was SRH's smallest victory in terms of wickets in the IPL and overall 3rd victory of 1 wicket in the IPL.

Smallest victories (in terms of wickets) in IPL -

1 wicket - KKR vs KXIP at Kolkata, 2015

1 wicket - CSK vs MI at Mumbai, 2018

1 wicket - SRH vs MI at Hyderabad, 2018

4 - Fast bowler Billy Stanlake hit his first four of professional cricket career.

6 - This was SRH's 6th win against MI and 4th at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.

Overall matches - 11, SRH won - 6 and MI won - 5

At Hyderabad - 6 , SRH won - 4 and MI won - 2

7 - wickets Mayank Markande took in his first two IPL matches, the most for Mumbai Indians and overall 2nd most wickets in first two IPL matches.

Most wickets in the first two IPL matches -

Adam Zampa - 8

Mayank Markande / Kevon Cooper / Amit Singh / L Balaji / Andrew Tye - 7

Lasith Malinga - 6

18 - Number of dot balls Rashid Khan bowled in his spell, the joint most dot balls bowled by a spinner in the IPL.

Most dot balls bowled by a spinner in IPL -

18 - Rashid Khan vs MI at Hyderabad, 2018

18 - Amit Mishra vs RR at Hyderabad, 2013

18 - R Ashwin vs DC at Nagpur, 2010

20y 152d - At the age of 20 years and 152 days Mayank Markande became the second youngest Indian bowler to take 4-fer in the IPL after Pawan Negi (4/18 vs RR at the age of 19 years and 115 days in 2012).

1/13 - Rashid Khan conceded only 13 runs in 4 overs spell and it was his most economical bowling figures in the IPL.


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 13 Apr, 2018

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