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IPL 2019 in numbers: Stats and facts

Another enthralling season of the Indian Premier League has come to an end, and Mumbai Indians stand as the champions for the 4th time in 12 years. With this win they are now the team with the most trophies in the history of the tournament.

8 teams fought over the last 2 months in the unbearable heat of the Indian summer, where hundreds of records were created and rewritten. Here are some stats from the IPL 2019 season:

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Batting

692 - Most runs in the season (David Warner)

28 - Most runs scored in an over (Andre Russell against RCB and Jos Buttler against MI)

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64 - Most fours in the season (Shikhar Dhawan)

52 - Most sixes in the season (Andre Russell)

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8 - Most fifties (David Warner)

17 balls - Fastest fifty (Hardik Pandya against KKR)

52 balls - Fastest hundred (Jonny Bairstow against RCB)

114 - Highest individual score (Jonny Bairstow against RCB)

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204.81 - Highest strike rate (Andre Russell)

83.20 - Best batting average (MS Dhoni)

111m - Biggest six (MS Dhoni)

Bowling

Note: Stats include only those players who have bowled at least 10 overs in the season (except best bowling figures).

26 - Most wickets in the season (Imran Tahir)

2 - Most maidens in the season (Jofra Archer)

190 - Most dot balls in the season (Deepak Chahar)

20 - Most dot balls in an innings (Deepak Chahar against KKR)

14.72 - Best average (Kagiso Rabada)

6.28 - Best economy in the season (Rashid Khan)

1.50 - Best economy in an innings (Yuzvendra Chahal against CSK)

11.00 - Best strike rate (Khaleel Ahmed)

6/12 - Best figures (Alzarri Joseph)

66 - Most runs conceded in an innings (Mujeeb Ur Rahman against SRH)

154.23 - Fastest ball (Kagiso Rabada)

Fielding

18 - Most catches (Rishabh Pant)

6 - Most stumpings (Rishabh Pant)

24 - Most dismissals by a wicketkeeper (Rishabh Pant)

12 - Most catches by a non-wicketkeeper (Faf du Plessis)

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Team stats

430 - Highest match aggregate (KKR vs MI)

232/2 - Highest innings total by a team (KKR against MI)

118 runs - Largest victory by runs (SRH against RCB)

9 wickets - Largest victory by wickets (SRH against KKR and MI against KKR)

37 balls - Largest victory by balls remaining (KKR vs RR)

185 runs - Highest partnership (Jonny Bairstow and David Warner against RCB)

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Edited by
Musab Abid
 
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