The number of Indian Premier League (IPL) matches won by Chennai Super Kings under the leadership of M. S. Dhoni, who became the first captain to do so in the tournament’s history. He achieved the milestone in the opening match of the 2020 season against Mumbai Indians at Abu Dhabi.
Most victories as captain for one IPL team
|100||M. S. Dhoni||163||61.35||Chennai Super Kings||2008-20|
|63||Rohit Sharma||106||59.43||Mumbai Indians||2013-20|
|61||Gautam Gambhir||108||56.48||Kolkata Knight Riders||2011-17|
|51||Virat Kohli||112||45.54||Royal Challengers Bangalore||2011-20|
The batting strike rate of Delhi Capitals’ Marcus Stoinis during his knock of 53 in 21 balls against Kings XI Punjab in Dubai on September 20 was the second quickest by any batsman during the IPL played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Highest IPL batting strike rate in the UAE
|268.42||David Miller||Kings XI Punjab||51*||19||Rajasthan Royals||Sharjah||2014||Won|
|252.38||Marcus Stoinis||Delhi Capitals||53||21||Kings XI Punjab||Dubai||2020||Tied (won by Delhi)|
|231.25||Sanju Samson||Rajasthan Royals||74||32||Chennai Super Kings||Sharjah||2020||Won|
|220.93||Glenn Maxwell||Kings XI Punjab||95||43||Chennai Super Kings||Abu Dhabi||2014||Won|
|220.93||Glenn Maxwell||Kings XI Punjab||95||43||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Sharjah||2014||Won|
The number of times Shikhar Dhawan has been run out in his IPL career. He was unfortunately run out before he opened his score after facing just two balls for Delhi Capitals against KXIP in Dubai on September 20. Only Gautam Gambhir has been dismissed in this manner on more occasions in IPL history.
Batsmen run out on most occasions in IPL history
|16||Gautam Gambhir||Delhi Daredevils (6), Kolkata Knight Riders (10)||1||0/3||2008-18|
|15||Shikhar Dhawan||Delhi Capitals (2), Mumbai Indians (1), Deccan Chargers (4), Sunrisers Hyderabad (8)||2||0/2||2008-20|
|13||Suresh Raina||Chennai Super Kings (11), Gujarat Lions (2)||0||0/3||2008-19|
|13||Ambati Rayudu||Mumbai Indians (9), Chennai Super Kings (4)||2||0/3||2010-18|
|12||M. Vijay||Chennai Super Kings (7), Delhi Daredevils (1), Kings XI Punjab (4)||2||1/2||2010-16|
The number of times an Indian batsman has scored a fifty on IPL debut. Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Devdutt Padikkal’s 56 against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Dubai on September 21 made him the latest entrant on the list and also the third-highest score by an Indian debutant in the IPL.
Indians scoring a fifty on IPL debut
|60||Swapnil Asnodkar||Rajasthan Royals||Kolkata Knight Riders||Jaipur||2008||Won|
|58*||Gautam Gambhir||Delhi Daredevils||Rajasthan Royals||Delhi||2008||Won|
|56||Devdutt Padikkal||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Dubai||2020||Won|
|55||Ambati Rayudu||Mumbai Indians||Rajasthan Royals||Mumbai (Brabourne)||2010||Won|
|54||Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan||Chennai Super Kings||Delhi Daredevils||Chennai||2008||Lost|
|52*||Shikhar Dhawan||Delhi Daredevils||Rajasthan Royals||Delhi||2008||Won|
|52||Shreevats Goswami||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Delhi Daredevils||Bangalore||2008||Lost|
|50*||Kedar Jadhav||Delhi Daredevils||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Bangalore||2010||Won|
The number of sixes hit during the Rajasthan Royals-Chennai Super Kings encounter in Sharjah on September 22 is now the joint-most hit by both sides in an IPL match. The Royal Challengers Bangalore-Chennai Super Kings match on April 25, 2018, featured an identical number of sixes.
Most sixes hit in an IPL match
|Total sixes||Team 1 (sixes)||Team 2 (sixes)||Venue||Date||Won by|
|33||Royal Challengers Bangalore (16)||Chennai Super Kings (17)||Bangalore||April 25, 2018||CSK|
|33||Rajasthan Royals (17)||Chennai Super Kings (16)||Sharjah||September 22, 2020||RR|
|31||Gujarat Lions (11)||Delhi Daredevils (20)||Delhi||May 4, 2017||DD|
|31||Kolkata Knight Riders (17)||Chennai Super Kings (14)||Chennai||April 10, 2018||CSK|
|31||Kolkata Knight Riders (15)||Kings XI Punjab (16)||Indore||May 12, 2018||KKR|
|30||Chennai Super Kings (17)||Rajasthan Royals (13)||Chennai||April 3, 2010||CSK|
The total number of runs scored by Rohit Sharma against Kolkata Knight Riders is now the most by any batsman against a single team in the IPL. He also became the first batsman in the history of the tournament to aggregate more than 900 runs against a particular side.
Batsmen with the most runs against a single team in the IPL
|904||Rohit Sharma||Kolkata Knight Riders||26||47.58|
|829||David Warner||Kolkata Knight Riders||21||43.63|
|825||Virat Kohli||Delhi Capitals||20||63.46|
|819||David Warner||Kings XI Punjab||17||54.60|
|818||Suresh Raina||Mumbai Indians||32||31.46|
|818||Suresh Raina||Kolkata Knight Riders||22||45.44|
|814||Suresh Raina||Kings XI Punjab||23||42.84|
The number of innings for K. L. Rahul to aggregate 2,000 runs in the IPL is now the third-quickest overall and quickest among Indians in the tournament’s history. He reached the landmark while playing for Kings XI Punjab against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Dubai on September 24.
Fewest innings to reach 2,000 runs in the IPL
|48||49||Chris Gayle||April 16, 2013||Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|52||53||Shaun Marsh||April 21, 2015||Kings XI Punjab|
|60||69||K. L. Rahul||September 24, 2020||Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kings XI Punjab|
|63||63||Sachin Tendulkar||May 20, 2012||Mumbai Indians|
|64||65||Shane Watson||May 13, 2014||Rajasthan Royals|
|68||69||Gautam Gambhir||May 16, 2012||Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders|
|69||72||Suresh Raina||April 30, 2012||Chennai Super Kings|
K. L. Rahuls’ unbeaten knock for Kings XI Punjab against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Dubai on September 24 is now the highest by an Indian batsman in the IPL. Overall, it is the fourth-highest individual score in the tournament’s history after Chris Gayle (175 not out for RCB in 2013), Brendon McCullum (158 not out for Kolkata Knight Riders in 2008) and A. B. de Villiers (133 not out for RCB in 2015). Rahul’s effort is now the second-highest by an Indian in all T20 cricket.
Highest individual scores by Indians in T20 cricket
|147||Shreyas Iyer||Mumbai||Sikkim||Indore||February 21, 2019||Won|
|132*||K. L. Rahul||Kings XI Punjab||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Dubai||September 24, 2020||Won|
|129*||Manish Pandey||Karnataka||Services||Vizianagaram||November 12, 2019||Won|
|129||Wriddhiman Saha||Bengal||Arunachal Pradesh||Cuttack||February 27, 2019||Won|
|128*||Rishabh Pant||Delhi Daredevils||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Delhi||May 10, 2018||Lost|
All records are updated as of September 25, 2020.