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Stats - Harshal Patel takes RCB's third hat-trick, Virat Kohli becomes first Indian to 10,000 T20 runs

Also, RCB complete the double against Mumbai for the first time

Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell put on a 51-run stand, Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2021, Dubai, September 26, 2021

Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell put on a 51-run stand  •  BCCI

1 - This is the first time Royal Challengers Bangalore have defeated Mumbai Indians twice in an IPL season. RCB had registered a two-wicket win on the final ball of this season's opener against Mumbai. RCB had won only ten (including a Super-Over win) of their 27 meetings with Mumbai in the previous 13 seasons.
54 - Win-margin for Royal Challengers on Sunday, their biggest win in terms of runs against Mumbai Indians. This is the fifth-biggest loss by runs for Mumbai Indians, and their biggest since the 85-run drubbing against Sunrisers in 2016.
111 - Mumbai Indians' 111 all out is the lowest total for any team in the IPL after a fifty-plus opening partnership. Sunrisers Hyderabad's 114 all out was the previous such lowest - that came against Kings XI Punjab in 2020, after a 56-run opening stand between David Warner and Jonny Bairstow.
3 - Players with a hat-trick in the IPL for Royal Challengers, including Harshal Patel on Sunday night. Praveen Kumar against Rajasthan Royals in 2010 and Samuel Badree against Mumbai in 2017 were the previous efforts for RCB. It is the third hat-trick recorded against Mumbai Indians, after Rohit Sharma for Deccan Chargers in 2009 and Badree for RCB in 2017.
54 - Runs scored by Mumbai Indians after the dismissal of Quinton de Kock in the seventh over of the innings. These are the fewest runs by them in an IPL innings for the last nine partnerships. Their previous lowest was 68 runs against Kings XI Punjab in 2011, where they were bowled out for 87 from 19 for no loss. Only five times has a team suffered a 10-wicket collapse in the IPL that was worse than Mumbai's 10 for 54.
10038 - Runs for Virat Kohli in T20 cricket, the first Indian to 10,000 runs in this format and the fifth player overall. Kohli got there in 299 innings, the second-fastest behind Chris Gayle, who was the first player to record this feat - he go there in 285 innings.
23 - Wickets for Harshal in IPL 2021, already the joint-most in an IPL edition for Royal Challengers. He equals Vinay Kumar and Yuzvendra Chahal in 2013 and 2015. Harshal's 23 wickets are also the joint-most for an uncapped player in an IPL edition, alongside Chahal's 23 wickets in 2015.
3 - Players with two four-plus wicket hauls in one IPL edition against a particular opposition, including Harshal against Mumbai Indians this year. He had taken a five-for in the opening game of this IPL season in Chennai. Kings XI's Yusuf Abdulla had two four-fors against Royal Challengers in 2009, while Royals' James Faulkner took two five-wicket hauls in both league games against Sunrisers in 2013.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo