200 - Kolkata Knight Riders' score, the highest by a team chasing a target in the final of any Twenty20 tournament. The previous highest was 198, by Wayamba against Ruhuna in Sri Lanka's Inter-Provincial Twenty20 tournament in 2011. Wayamba's score tied the game, which Ruhuna later won in the one-over eliminator. In the IPL, the previous highest in a final was also by Knight Riders, when they scored 192 against Chennai Super Kings in the 2012 final.
115* - Wriddhiman Saha's score, the highest by a batsman in the final of a Twenty20 tournament. There's only been one other century in the final of a Twenty20 tournament: Brad Hodge scored 106 for Victoria against New South Wales in the final of the Australian Twenty20 Competition in 2005-06. The previous highest in an IPL final was M Vijay's 95 for Chennai Super Kings against Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2011.
1 - The number of scores higher than 115 in a losing effort in an IPL game: Andrew Symonds scored an unbeaten 117 for Deccan Chargers against Rajasthan Royals in 2008, a match in which Chargers scored 214 but lost by three wickets; the highest score for Royals in that game was 71, by Graeme Smith. In any Twenty20 match, this is the seventh highest in a loss; the highest is 141 not out, by Somerset's Cameron White against Worcestershire in 2006.
46 - Runs conceded by Sunil Narine in his four overs, which equals the most runs he has ever conceded in a Twenty20 match. There have been two other instances of him conceding 46 - off 3.4 overs
19 - Runs conceded by Narine in his second over, the second highest he has conceded in an IPL match. His highest is 23, also against Kings XI Punjab, in 2013 in Mohali. After conceding only ten in his first three overs of that game, his fourth went for 23 as Manpreet Gony hit him for two sixes and a four.
99 - The number of runs Kings XI scored in the middle overs, from the seventh to the 15th. It was the fifth highest of the tournament by any team. Of the 11 instances when teams scored 90 or more runs in the middle overs in IPL 2014, seven were by Kings XI.
4 for 54 - The bowling figures for Karanveer Singh, the most expensive four-for in all Twenty20 cricket. The previous highest number of runs conceded for a four-wicket haul was 50, by Hammad Azam of Rawalpindi Rams against Sialkot Stallions in 2010.
8 - The number of dots played by Knight Riders during their Powerplay, the least by any team in IPL 2014. Kings XI had played nine dots in their match against Sunrisers Hyderabad during the league stage.
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